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KSL producer almost causes airport nightmare

By kslcleon at 06/26/2017 5:49 pm         
It was just a bottle of water in a bag. But KSL's Tania Mashburn says her mistake almost caused flights to be cancelled. (Photo: Deseret News Archives)

War of words over Brian Head wildfire

By kslcleon at 06/26/2017 5:35 pm         
State representative Mike Noel says environmental groups are to blame for the spread of the massive wildfire in southern Utah. Noel claims the groups stopped the state from felling trees that were killed by a bark beetle infestation and those same trees have caught fire quickly. But Steve Bloch with the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance believes that Noel is just trying to find a scapegoat. (Photo: Brandon Whitworth/Deseret News)

HHS Secretary Tom Price visits Utah to talk healthcare

By kslmrichards at 06/26/2017 11:13 am         
Secretary Price hosted a round table, then a Q and A at Colonial Flag headquarters.

Longform: Q and A with HHS Secretary Dr Tom Price in Sandy, Utah

By kslmrichards at 06/26/2017 9:43 am         
After a roundtable with local business leaders, Secretary Price addressed the media and a select audience, then took a few questions.

HHS Secretary coming to Utah to talk healthcare

By kslmrichards at 06/26/2017 6:35 am         
Tom Price is expected in Sandy Monday morning as part of a listening tour.

Other fires besides Brian Head in Utah

By kslmrichards at 06/26/2017 6:33 am         
The Brian Head wildfire is just one of the fires that kept firefighters busy over the weekend in Utah. (pic KSL TV)

Chaffetz: Last days of office "surreal"

By PaulNelson at 06/26/2017 3:33 am         
This is the final week for Third District Representative Jason Chaffetz. Now, he's looking back on the beginning of his career. (Photo Credit: Laura Seitz, file)

Friends remember musician Kurt Cochran with a concert

By DanBKSL at 06/24/2017 8:14 pm         
Family and friends staged a concert in Bountiful Saturday to remember Kurt Cochran. He was killed in a terrorist attack in London last March. #cochran #Bountiful

Lehi woman injured by fireworks warns people to be safe

By PaulNelson at 06/23/2017 6:40 pm         
Today is the first day people can buy fireworks for their Fourth of July celebrations. But, one woman, who was blinded in one eye, says it's best to leave the fireworks to professionals.

Park City cuts ribbon on new electric bus fleet

By PaulNelson at 06/23/2017 6:33 pm         
The new fleet, dubbed the Electric Xpress, is the city's latest effort to keep the air clean and to ease traffic.