State officials get letter warning them against cutting services for Syrian refugees
By PaulNelson at 11/27/2015 5:25 pm
A federal agency has told officials with the Utah Refugee Services Office that they can't cut federally funded programs to Syrian refugees. Officials with the Department of Workforce Services say they didn't have any plans to do that.
Forecasters expect more blustery conditions
By PaulNelson at 11/27/2015 4:54 pm
Areas near the mouths of canyons may see the worst of it.
Utah company ditches Christmas celebration to renovate a Magna family's home
By BriannaBodilyKSL at 11/27/2015 4:27 pm
A Magna neighborhood is filled with the sound of clanging hammers and saws today as a local company started renovating the home of a family hit hard by cancer. KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily has the story: Photo: Scott Winterton/Deseret News
Black Friday shoppers going strong
By kslmrichards at 11/27/2015 8:03 am
Some people braved the cold to wait in line for doorbusters at RC Willey in Draper. Others had been shopping since Thanksgiving.
No charges for Crimefighter
By PaulNelson at 11/25/2015 5:34 pm
Cameron Carl Crimefighter, who sparked an evacuation at the Utah State Capitol after leaving a rifle on the rotunda floor last month, will not face charges. Prosecutors say they wouldn't be able to prove he intended to cause a panic.
Family members of missing Utahns plead for more help
By PaulNelson at 11/25/2015 5:08 pm
Friends and family members of three missing people held a joint press conference, begging for anyone with information about the whereabouts of their loved ones to come forward.
New shelter opens just in time for Thanksgiving, winter
By kslpetersamore at 11/25/2015 11:48 am
Dozens of families are moving into the brand new Road Home in Midvale from the old one in downtown Salt Lake City.
Man arrested for stealing numerous pieces of mail from around Salt Lake County
By kslmrichards at 11/25/2015 10:37 am
Draper police say they caught a guy who was stealing mail from throughout Salt Lake County, and there could be at least one thousand victims. KSL Newsradio's Mary Richards reports.
Rain, snow late for Thanksgiving getaway
By kslpetersamore at 11/25/2015 7:28 am
Northern Utah will be breezy most of the day with precipitation late Wednesday and into the holiday.
Utah liquor commission going slow on Starbucks' request to sell beer, wine
By kslmrichards at 11/25/2015 6:18 am
read more: http://www.ksl.com/?sid=37493140&nid=148&title=liquor-commission-going-slow-on-starbucks-request-to-sell-beer-wine&s_cid=queue-17
Lots of people going over the river and through the woods for Thanksgiving
By kslmrichards at 11/25/2015 6:05 am
You should have plenty of company on the roads and in the air.
Holiday hazzards can accompany Thanksgiving celebrations
By KSLMarc at 11/25/2015 5:15 am
Tomorrow begins one of the most dangerous times of the year, and it isn't only because a lot of you will travel this Thanksgiving holiday. You'll also cook, maybe even try something exotic in the kitchen and after your feast, you may start decorating your home with candles and lights. That all can be a recipie for hazardous situations. Ksl Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.
Bookings are heading back up at Utah's ski resorts
By PaulNelson at 11/24/2015 5:38 pm
Ski resort operators say recent storms are giving them a major boost.
Tighter security at Utah Capitol Building
By PaulNelson at 11/24/2015 1:14 pm
New barriers designed to stop a charging vehicle have been installed and are operational around the Capitol grounds.
Chef Tom Woodbury on the best way to cook a Thanksgiving Turkey
By smith.cassie at 11/24/2015 1:11 pm
It's not everyday Doug bestows the title of Movie Show Chef. Tom Woodbury, of Cook With Tom, teaches Doug the secret to cooking a delicious turkey.
Family credits seatbelt for being able to celebrate Thanksgiving
By kslpetersamore at 11/24/2015 11:46 am
It was a habit the father picked up just before his pickup truck crashed 15 years ago in southern Utah.
Governor Herbert uses turkey pardon to praise Utah's ag industry
By kslmrichards at 11/24/2015 10:58 am
Norbert will now roam for the rest of his days. His fellow turkeys will end up on plates this Thursday around the world.
Hatch: ISIS strategy is "no strategy," wants US to do more
By KSLbbruce at 11/24/2015 8:59 am
Senator Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, is firing back at the Obama administration today and what he describes as the lack of action from the White House on Islamic State militants. He says even top advisors to President Obama are starting to question the approach. (Photo: Tom Smart/Deseret News - file from 2013)
Census: Utah has youngest newlyweds, high rate of 2-parent households
By kslpetersamore at 11/24/2015 8:10 am
Trends are still changing, including growth of multi-generational households in the Beehive State.
U.S. travel alert just one more thing for crowded holiday getaway
By kslpetersamore at 11/24/2015 8:08 am
But that is not stopping passengers in a hurry to visit family for Thanksgiving.