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Mormon church president, Thomas S. Monson, to no longer attend regular meetings

Josh Furlong  |  Posted   May 23rd - 2:01pm

President Thomas S. Monson, leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, will no longer come to the church offices to attend meetings on a regular basis "because of limitations incident to his age," LDS Church officials said Tuesday.

Judge rules in favor of additional charges in Toquerville child abuse case

Mori Kessler, St. George News  |  Posted   May 23rd - 1:51pm

Despite the defense’s objections, a judge ruled in favor of the prosecution Tuesday, allowing additional charges to be officially filed against child abuse suspect Brandy Jaynes.

Police identify body of man discovered in Ogden foothills

Carter Williams  |  Posted   May 23rd - 1:14pm

A body discovered in the foothills above 29th Street in Ogden earlier this month has been identified as a 20-year-old man who had recently moved to Ogden from Roosevelt, police said.

Police identify 2-year-old boy who drowned in Blacksmith Fork Canyon

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted   May 23rd - 12:54pm

Police identified a 2-year-old boy who drowned near Blacksmith Fork River Sunday morning.

Thieves steal 800-pound statue of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young

Pat Reavy  |  Posted   May 23rd - 12:47pm

Salt Lake police are looking for a missing 800-pound bronze statue of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young.

Deal for teen charged in double-fatal crash could split between juvenile, adult systems

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted   May 23rd - 12:29pm

Attorneys are working on a plea deal that would split between the juvenile and adult court systems for a teenage girl accused of killing two strangers in an alleged suicide attempt.

Police: High school senior set to graduate this week killed in Mapleton crash

Carter Williams  |  Posted   May 23rd - 12:15pm

A Maple Mountain High School senior who was scheduled to graduate Thursday died in a two-vehicle crash Monday night, police said.

5 safety tips for the perfect summer BBQ

Emily Long, Contributor  |  Posted   May 23rd - 11:39am

The best summer barbecues occur when the sun is shining, friends are gathered and tasty meat is grilling. With a little bit of knowledge and preparation, you can make this your safest — and most delicious — summer yet.

Police: Man arrested after robbing 7-Eleven with hatchet

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  Posted   May 23rd - 11:02am

A man has been arrested in connection with several convenience store robberies including a 7-Eleven Wednesday morning where he used a hatchet, police said.

How Trump's proposed trade policies could impact Utah

Jasen Lee  |  Posted   May 23rd - 7:22am

The Trump administration's proposed changes to one of the nation's highest profile international trade deals could have a significant impact on Utah's economy, a local analyst says.

1 teen pleads guilty to series of armed gas station robberies

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted   May 23rd - 6:59am

A 17-year-old boy has pleaded guilty in juvenile court to his part in four armed gas station robberies with two of his friends.

Hang glider waves down helicopter after crash

Annie Knox  |  Posted   May 23rd - 12:05am

The pilot of a hang glider that crashed near Point of the Mountain managed to flag down rescuers Monday evening.

Human remains found in cellar of Spanish Fork residence

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted   May 22nd - 11:27pm

Human remains were discovered Monday underneath the cellar of a Spanish Fork home previously occupied by a woman who went missing in 1988, police said.

Camps in Northwest showcase possible solution to Utah's tent cities

Candice Madsen and Debbie Dujanovic  |  Posted   May 22nd - 10:43pm

As Salt Lake County tries to figure out how to curb illegal encampments, KSL TV traveled to Seattle and Portland, Oregon, to see if programs for sanctioned camps in those cities could work in Utah.

New $450M road project pushed up to help ease traffic in Lehi

Ashley Moser  |  Posted   May 22nd - 10:12pm

Lehi residents are concerned about traffic in their booming city — specifically the traffic on I-15 near Point of the Mountain. There's been a new development, and UDOT officials hope it will bring relief much sooner than planned.

Friberg Moses paintings brought out of obscurity in BYU exhibit

Carole Mikita  |  Posted   May 22nd - 8:34pm

Recently discovered paintings created for the 1956 film "The Ten Commandments" are on exhibit at BYU's Special Collections Library. Equally exciting: they were created by Utah artist Arnold Friberg.

Ogden police: At least 1 critically injured in 5-car crash

Carter Williams  |  Posted   May 22nd - 8:09pm

A five-car crash in Ogden left at least one person in critical condition Monday, police said.

Firefighters fear risks posed by homeless along Jordan River Parkway

Andrew Adams  |  Posted   May 22nd - 8:02pm

Multiple fires have already sparked this spring along the Jordan River Parkway, and firefighters expressed concerns Monday about the risks posed later this summer by illegal campers living among the ample fuels.

Chaffetz talks to Comey, postpones hearing

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted   May 22nd - 8:00pm

After speaking with former FBI Director James Comey Monday, Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, postponed a planned appearance by Comey later this week before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.

Utah, Mexico update agreement about duties in child custody cases

Ben Lockhart  |  Posted   May 22nd - 7:32pm

The consulate of Mexico in Salt Lake City signed an agreement Monday with the Utah Department of Human Services updating the consulate's extensive role assisting in parental custody cases for minors with Mexican citizenship.