Above-average snowfall could mean Utah flooding
By kslpetersamore at 04/25/2017 11:55 am
Utah’s snowpack will likely continue to grow into next week, and that puts the northern half of the state at a high flood risk.
Look twice for motorcycles on Utah's roads
By kslmrichards at 04/25/2017 11:44 am
Now that it’s spring, more motorcycles are going to be out on the roads. And riders and officers are asking drivers to look twice.
Congressman Chris Stewart talks budget and North Korea
By rjeppesen at 04/25/2017 8:03 am
Members of Congress are headed back to Washington DC to put together a budget to avoid a partial government shutdown. Representative Chris Stewart joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s morning news where he also talked about returning from a trip to China where they discussed the threat of North Korea.
Teacher raises closer in 3 Salt Lake Valley school districts
By kslmrichards at 04/25/2017 6:51 am
The teachers arms race ramps up, as officials ratify increased salaries in a few different school districts.
Protecting kids from violent images on family-friendly video app
By kslmrichards at 04/25/2017 6:49 am
KSL Investigators searched YouTube and YouTube Kids app and found plenty of kid-friendly videos, but also saw some that depicted acts of violence or language parents may consider inappropriate for their child.
Utah man describes the aftermath of Paris attack
By PaulNelson at 04/24/2017 11:06 pm
An Eagle Mountain man who witnessed the chaos after the terrorist shooting is describing the chaos he saw, and the panic his family felt. (Photo Credit: Sam Peterson)
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.