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Daggett Co. struggling due to jail investigation


By kslcleon at 04/24/2017 5:56 pm         
Daggett County's Sheriff Jerry Jorgensen resigned over the weekend amid an investigation into the jail. The Daggett County Attorney says Jorgensen made the decision to help the county. Meanwhile, Daggett employees say they are struggling. (Photo: Geoff Liesik/Deseret News)

Safety crews prepping for fast water rescues


By PaulNelson at 04/24/2017 2:32 pm         
Fire fighters are practicing swift water rescue techniques as they say the water coming off the mountains is moving extremely quickly. They're asking people to stay away from rivers and streams for the time being.

Cancer survivors demand answers about Huntsman Cancer Institute firing


By PaulNelson at 04/24/2017 2:29 pm         
A group of cancer patients marched on the grounds of the University of Utah, showing support for the former director who was recently let go. University officials say they are listening to the protesters, and they're taking the matter seriously.

Science now says spend your money on family vacations instead of toys. ON TIME WITH THE KIDS.


By KSLRikki at 04/24/2017 11:48 am         
The next time you scream out in pain from stepping on another Leggo, remember research shows family time on outings provides better, long-term benefits for kids than toys.

Monuments executive order reaction


By kslmrichards at 04/24/2017 11:39 am         
An executive order this week is expected to go over the size of national monuments, and that has Utah leaders optimistic.

Daggett Sheriff Jerry Jorgensen resigns


By DanBKSL at 04/24/2017 11:14 am         
Daggett County Sheriff Jerry Jorgensen resigned following a state investigation of misconduct in the county jail. Until recently, it housed 80 prisoners for the Utah Department of Corrections. #daggett

President Trump to order review of National Monuments


By kslmrichards at 04/24/2017 9:22 am         
Reports are that he will ask the Interior Secretary to look at past administrations' use of the Antiquities Act.

Jazz beat Clippers 105-98 to even series


By kslmrichards at 04/24/2017 9:20 am         
( Rick Bowmer, AP Photo) Rudy Gobert was back, and Joe Johnson scored 28 after Gordon Hayward had to leave early.

Woman drowns in swift-moving stream through Tanner Park


By DanBKSL at 04/23/2017 8:43 pm         
A 58-year-old woman drowned in Tanner Park Sunday evening when she entered the swift-moving stream trying to rescue her dogs.

Hundreds march in support of science


By DanBKSL at 04/22/2017 6:26 pm         
Hundreds of scientists and their supporters joined a march in Salt Lake City Saturday afternoon.