A first of its kind study at the University of Utah is offering hope to families with children battling a rare disease. Researchers are watching these kids grow in an effort to find clues to a treatment for a childhood form of muscular dystrophy.
A new technology being tested in Utah could improve big-rig safety and fuel efficiency on roadways. The Utah Department of Transportation Friday coordinated field tests of a vehicle-to-vehicle communication system targeted at the trucking industry.
Cosette Jarrett, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Nov 20th - 11:45am
Residents of Provo already enjoy access to Google Fiber and Salt Lake City is scheduled to get it soon. But many suburban dwellers will have to wait a bit longer before they can sign up. Here are some speed tips for those who are still waiting.
Do you wish your loyal old car had more modern perks? A popular new device on Kickstarter aims to provide drivers with the opportunity to upgrade to a connected car without actually purchasing a new vehicle.
The annual Leonids meteor shower is about to peak. Sometime around midnight Tuesday the show of speedy meteors will reach its most active period of about 15 meteor sightings per hour, according to NASA.
Department of Energy Undersecretary for Science and Energy Dr. Lynn Orr toured labs at Ceramatec and announced a $2.4 million grant to the Salt Lake City company for a project designed to unlock the power of the sun in a more efficient way.
The holidays are just around the corner, and it's safe to say that one of the most popular gifts that kids and adults will ask for this year is a drone. Students at the University of Utah are looking at the social and ethical issues of drones.
Hackers who breached the AOL email account of CIA Director John Brennan have not only evaded arrest, but now are suspected of another embarrassing set of intrusions, including accessing a sensitive FBI-run law enforcement portal and a private email account of the FBI's No. 2 official.
University students from around the country had their chemical engineering skills put to the test in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers' Chem-E Car competition. Students had to build and race small cars powered solely by chemical reactions.