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1 critically injured after crash in Riverton

Carter Williams  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 8:09pm

A 76-year-old man is in critical condition after a crash Friday evening, police said.

Utah police: .05 DUI law may mean new training, standards

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 7:40pm

Some Utah police say a new law giving the state the strictest DUI threshold in the country could change how officers screen people for DUI and look for signs someone's blood alcohol level is over the new 0.05 percent limit.

Police: Salt Lake County Jail sergeant dead in apparent murder-suicide

Carter Williams  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 6:40pm

A Salt Lake County Jail sergeant is dead after an apparent murder-suicide shooting Friday afternoon, police said.

New research could help detect tissue damage

Jasen Lee  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 6:36pm

Researchers led by scientists at the University of Utah have discovered that early detection of damage to collagen — the main building block of all human tissue — can alert doctors that a patient is on the verge of major tissue injury and pain

Police shooting in SLC foot chase ruled justified

Liesl Nielsen  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 5:43pm

A Salt Lake City police officer was legally justified when he shot a man during a foot chase in Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office announced Friday.

Man guilty of shooting cop sentenced to up to life in prison

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 4:46pm

A man found guilty by a jury last month of shooting a police officer — who then shot a bystander as he searched for the shooter — was sent to prison Thursday, potentially for life.

Man in food stamp fraud case sentenced to $25 fee, training

Brady McCombs, Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 3:00pm

Another suspect has accepted a plea deal in a food stamp fraud case brought against 11 polygamists on the Utah-Arizona border last year that marked a major government effort to try to crack down on the sect.

Follow KSL's Shara Park in London while she explores the aftermath of the attacks

Mary Dalrymple  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 1:51pm

KSL's Shara Park is in London to report on the aftermath of Wednesday's terror attacks that killed four people, including West Bountiful resident Kurt Cochran. Follow along below as she adds a local voice to the latest on how the city is recovering after the attack. We'll be updating this blog throughout the day as she learns more.

GOP governors, including Utah's, back Republican health plan

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 1:39pm

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has joined seven other Republican governors in a letter endorsing the GOP plan to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care law.

Escape from madness: Walking away from a cult of killers

John Hollenhorst  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 12:47pm

The daughter of a cult leader whose orders led to about three dozen murders in the 1970s and 1980s has emerged from the shadows to tell her story. The killings — including at least three in Utah — were the backdrop to Anna LeBaron's early life

Review: 6 outdoor products for weekend getaways

Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 12:20pm

Some of the greatest adventures in life are of the weekend variety — destinations within a gas tank from home. This review looks at a handful of products that are great for mini getaways (as well as longer trips, if you decide to stay).

London attack: Muslim group raises $25,000 for victims in 48 hours

James Griffiths, CNN  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 11:56am

A crowdfunding campaign to raise money for the victims of Wednesday's terror attack in London has met its goal twice-over in under two days.

Police: Northbound I-15 reopens after medical incident

Carter Williams  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 11:45am

A police pursuit of a driver on I-15 turned into a medical episode incident that briefly closed the freeway at Beck Street Friday morning, police said.

Poll: Which is Utah’s best small city, Elite 8 round?

Josh Furlong  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 8:59am

The “Best Small City” tournament is now down to the final eight cities, with the end in sight.

Large aquarium fish found at Cedar City pond; ditching fish creates problems

Mori Kessler, St. George News  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 8:10am

Wildlife officials in Cedar City received a surprise when someone brought in a large fish they found along the shore of a city fishing pond. Soon identified as a pacu, a popular aquarium fish, officials took to social media to warn people against ditching their fish in outdoor ponds and rivers.

Local businesses learn how to counter cybercrime

Art Raymond  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 7:32am

While cybercrimes are on the rise, attendees of Thursday's 2017 Cybersecurity Conference learned some simple strategies to avoid falling prey to digital crooks.

Toddlers get up and go in their own set of wheels

Wendy Leonard  |  Posted   Mar 24th - 7:14am

Therapists and assistive technology specialists with the Utah Department of Workforce Services' Division of Rehabilitation Services' Go Baby Go program are helping kids develop a sense of independent mobility.

Herriman family wakes up to find stranger in kitchen

Ashley Moser  |  Posted   Mar 23rd - 11:23pm

Some scary moments for a Herriman family who woke up in the middle of the night to a stranger in their kitchen. The whole thing was caught on camera.

West Bountiful man killed, wife injured in London attack

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  Posted   Mar 23rd - 10:46pm

Community members are remembering a West Bountiful man who was killed during a terror attack in London Wednesday as a very kind neighbor who was involved in the local music scene.

Road to Understanding: Good relationship with federal land administrators is critical for Emery County success

Devon Dewey  |  Posted   Mar 23rd - 10:44pm

Eight percent. That’s all the private land for the entire 3 million acres of Emery County. The federal government manages 80 percent and the state manages 12 percent, leaving just 8 percent for private use.