Natalie Crofts | posted Jun 2nd - 9:50am
The Associated Press | posted Jun 2nd - 8:38am
Geoff Liesik | posted Jun 2nd - 7:56am
Celeste Tholen Rosenlof | posted Jun 2nd - 7:41am
A man who was missing for more than 24 hours and found Monday has died.
Jessica Ivins | posted Jun 2nd - 7:27am
Tracie Snowder | posted Jun 1st - 11:59pm
Ben Lockhart | posted Jun 1st - 10:49pm
Nicole Vowell | posted Jun 1st - 10:26pm
Andrew Adams | posted Jun 1st - 10:21pm
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Jun 1st - 10:08pm
Natalie Crofts and Ben Lockhart | posted Jun 1st - 9:55pm
Cassidy Hansen | posted Jun 1st - 9:54pm
Morgan Jacobsen | posted Jun 1st - 9:34pm
As Utah grapples with a growing population that produces roughly 10,000 new students each year, a report by Voices for Utah Children calling for improvement to the way Utah children are cared for holistically from birth to high school graduation.
Pat Reavy | posted Jun 1st - 9:20pm
Doug Lovell, who was sentenced to die for a second time in April, has begun his new appeals process by pointing a finger at attorneys for the LDS Church.
Spencer Ricks | posted Jun 1st - 9:15pm
The number of Lyme disease cases in the United States has risen steadily over the past several years, according to the CDC. So, what can you do to protect yourself and your family from this debilitating illness?
Dennis Romboy | posted Jun 1st - 9:07pm
Sen. Mike Lee continues to urge his U.S. Senate colleagues to pass legislation to end the government's bulk collection of Americans' telephone records, and he expects a vote as soon as Tuesday.
Mike Anderson | posted Jun 1st - 8:59pm
Director Pete Docter and producer Jonas Rivera of the upcoming movie, "Inside Out," talked with KSL on a recent stop in Utah.
Dennis Romboy | posted Jun 1st - 8:04pm
A watchdog group wants the Utah attorney general to investigate whether a state lawmaker is fraudulently soliciting funds in his effort to force the federal government to transfer public lands to the state.
McKenzie Romero | posted Jun 1st - 7:36pm
A man accused of killing a Layton toddler and the toddler's mother accused of lying for him made their first appearances in court Monday to face the criminal charges against them.
Geoff Liesik | posted Jun 1st - 7:35pm
A man who stabbed a classmate at Duchesne High School, hit his own sister with a hammer and started a fire in an unoccupied trailer home in separate incidents pleaded guilty but mentally ill Monday and was sentenced to serve up to 15 years in prison.
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