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All Provo Airport flights canceled Friday due to 'sticky' inversion

Ben Lockhart  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 7:06pm

All flights in and out of Provo Airport were cancelled for the second consecutive day Friday, and the inversion is to blame, according to an airport administrator.

Research and control at center of marijuana debate: LDS Church issues new statement

Katie McKellar  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 6:41pm

As two very different bills aimed at making medical marijuana available to Utahns make their way through the Utah Legislature, both medical and religious leaders are urging lawmakers to pass cautious and research-driven legislation.

Price police arrest 2 women during traffic stop

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 6:40pm

After pulling over a vehicle for a minor moving violation, police arrested both female occupants.

Screening can save moms and their kids from the risks of depression

Sandra Olney  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 6:31pm

For many women, pregnancy is one of the few times they seek health care. Now, doctors are being asked to take advantage of the opportunity to screen them for depression. Screening and treatment have already changed the direction of a Utah mom's life.

Police: Millcreek man found dead near Saltair was killed

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 6:00pm

A Millcreek man whose body was discovered Thursday near Saltair is the victim of a homicide, police said.

State: EPA didn't clue in Utah on San Juan River contamination

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 5:59pm

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency posted new information on the sampling results of the San Juan River in the aftermath of the August Gold King Mine spill in Colorado. Utah water quality regulators, however, weren't notified of the updates.

Committee OKs resolution encouraging return of Olympics to Utah

Emily Larson  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 5:58pm

A resolution that would encourage bringing the Olympics back to Utah is one step closer to passing the Legislature.

'Called to Serve Dinner' class helps future missionaries learn to cook

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 2:36pm

A local chef has taken it upon herself to teach youths how to cook in preparation for going off to college or on an LDS mission.

Salt Lake man tried to take homemade bomb aboard bus, police say

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 1:38pm

A Salt Lake man has been charged with assembling a homemade explosive device and attempting to take it aboard a Greyhound bus.

Group urges ban on animal gas chambers; House rejects UTA tax bill  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 12:56pm

A group of citizens asked lawmakers to prohibit animal gas chambers in Utah, a controversial Rocky Mountain Power bill gets early approval and the House rejected a bill that would exclude UTA from receiving revenue from future tax hikes.

America's longest married couple offers relationship advice on Twitter

Natalie Crofts  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 12:23pm

More than eight decades ago, John Betar fell in love with the girl next door.

Average snowfall may lead to record numbers at Utah ski resorts

Ray Grass, Contributor  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 11:33am

It may not seem that way, but Utah's mountains have received an "average'' amount of snow, which is good news for skiers and snowboarders. That's because the snowfall the previous two years was well below average.

Quiz: Do you know Utah's state symbols?

Xoel Cardenas  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 10:00am

With over 25 official state symbols, Utah has many items to represent the state. Take our Utah state symbols quiz and see if you know some of the things that represent our great state.

Resolutions: Easy to make, tough to keep

Allana Kerr, Contributor  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 8:42am

Over the past month, individuals have put their New Year's resolutions to the test, often focusing on lifestyle changes, such as diet and exercise to achieve weight loss. How successful are these resolutions and will the intentions continue yearlong?

Herbert: Oregon occupiers had wrong approach

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 8:26am

Gov. Gary Herbert says the armed occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge showed poor behavior but should serve as a wakeup call to everyone that there are legitimate frustrations with the federal government.

Wild horse group calls for halt to planned burro round-up

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 7:40am

The American Wild Horse Preservation Campaign is speaking out against a planned federal round-up of wild burros in eastern Utah as part of an in-depth study of the animals.

Trump Jr. in Salt Lake talks about father's run for GOP nomination

Keith McCord  |  Posted  Feb 12th - 7:09am

Republican presidential candidates are heading to South Carolina for the primary coming up on Feb. 20. Donald Trump Jr. is in Salt Lake City and spoke about his father's run for the GOP nomination.

Police investigating strange 3rd-row seat thefts

Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn  |  Posted  Feb 11th - 10:54pm

You might not know it, but next time you travel to California you could be taking along cargo precious to thieves: your SUV's third-row seat. KSL Investigators traveled to Anaheim to see how big of a problem it is and met up with possible crooks.

Police investigating death of man found near I-80

Ben Lockhart  |  Posted  Feb 11th - 10:46pm

Police are investigating the scene where a dead body was found Thursday a short distance from I-80 a few miles northwest of Magna.

2 corrections officials resign in wake of crimes by halfway house walkaways

Lisa Riley Roche and McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  Feb 11th - 10:45pm

Gov. Gary Herbert announced that an independent review is underway in response to crimes committed by parolees who walked away from a halfway house, pledging that any "derelict" employees will be fired. Two corrections administrators have resigned.