July 4th, 2015
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02/19/2014 6:59amA man convicted of sexually abusing a child in Lehi seven years ago has been extradited from Mexico to serve is Utah prison sentence.
02/19/2014 7:24amAfter coordination with the courts and a few revisions, a House committee recommended a bill Tuesday that would set parameters on when police can forcibly enter a building.
02/19/2014 7:45amA Utah County deputy went home from the hospital 19 days after he was shot in the head during a chase. Deputy Greg Sherwood's community plans to be there for him during every step of his recovery.
02/19/2014 8:15amFor her birthday this year, Danni Carlsen wanted help finding her birth mother. Since Feb. 13, she has been asking people to share what she knows about her on social media.
02/19/2014 8:29amA United Nations' reports of brutal concentration camps in North Korea come as no surprise to two Utahns who have spent portions of their lives in the country next door.
02/19/2014 8:53amWhile some may have called it a clunker, something about the rusted exterior and the task of restoring the interior, partially eaten by mice and varmints, lured one man.
02/19/2014 9:12amBarbie probably boasts the most diverse resume in history. And after sailing through 150 careers, her newest gig is an entrepreneur.
02/19/2014 9:54amDown syndrome hasn't kept Bryce Valley's Payton Johnson from being a part of the wrestling team. He has been an inspiration to those who have witnessed his matches, including fans at the state tournament.
02/19/2014 10:08amWith two months left in the regular season, Ty Corbin's tenure as the Jazz head coach may be ending. But Corbin has the full support of a legend. Jerry Sloan, who coached Corbin and hired him as an assistant, says he's done well in a tough situation.
02/19/2014 10:18amAn energy company has found a way to generate electricity for thousands of Utah homes with a seemingly inexhaustible supply of energy: pig manure.
02/19/2014 11:01amA journey through the desert is always good for the soul, especially when daytime temperatures in southern Utah are in the 50s. It's a great way to shake off your cabin fever during a long winter.
02/19/2014 11:15amFinancial literacy courses hope to help people make wiser financial choices, but will better knowledge lead to better behavior?
02/19/2014 11:36amAs a member of the Utah Economic Council, I had the chance to sit on a panel at the annual Utah Economic Review in late January. Generally speaking, the tone at the event was optimistic.
02/19/2014 11:45amA new study suggests to simply to "duck and cover" in nuclear explosion may not be enough to protect yourself from radioactive fallout.
02/19/2014 11:55amSen. John McCain toured the new LDS Church temple in Gilbert, Ariz. during the open house with Sandra Day O'Connor and Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake.
02/19/2014 12:13pmUniversity of Utah police are again warning students to be careful and look out for each other after a possible kidnapping attempt occurred near the dorms late Tuesday night.
02/19/2014 12:45pmCee Lo Green says he's quitting as a coach on "The Voice."
02/19/2014 12:46pmRudolph the reindeer is having a glittering antler makeover – the latest attempt to halt some of the thousands of road deaths of the roaming caribou in the wilds of Finland.
02/19/2014 12:54pmSix people were arrested early Wednesday morning after leading police on a high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle, police say.
02/19/2014 1:25pmIf you missed the championship of King of Goat Mountain don't fret. We have a recap of all the action here as well as video.
02/19/2014 2:26pmAs fires burned at the barricades in central Kiev for a second straight night, Ukraine's embattled president replaced the army chief Wednesday and the military said it would take part in a national anti-terrorist operation to restore order.
02/19/2014 2:47pmTwo freight train locomotives tipped over in west Salt Lake County just before 3:30 a.m. Wednesday.
02/19/2014 3:21pmThe debut trailer for Marvel's "Guardians of the Galaxy" lands online.
02/19/2014 4:34pmHere are the bills Utah lawmakers are currently looking at, including a bill to protect children from parents suspected of killing their spouse, a bill to restrict Utah voter information and a bill that would give tax incentives for the downtown convention hotel.
02/19/2014 5:03pmA toddler who fell out of a third-story window suffered only broken bones in her arm, and is recovering at home, her father said.
02/19/2014 5:23pmA mother of an inmate was arrested after allegedly mailing narcotics to the Salt Lake County Jail.
02/19/2014 6:16pmA couple arrested after police found a huge amount of methamphetamine in their vehicle were charged federally Wednesday.
02/19/2014 7:14pmWhen asked why he did it, the man accused of causing a four-alarm fire in downtown Salt Lake City told investigators, "Maybe I wanted to see the fire department."
02/19/2014 7:15pmGoogle Fiber is considering Salt Lake City among nine metropolitan areas in which to expand its network.
02/19/2014 7:25pmThe path to adoption for children in the foster care system isn't always smooth. But one Utah teen is choosing to make the most out of a sometimes bumpy road.
02/19/2014 7:27pmJust more than half of Americans, 51 percent, reported having more savings than credit card debt in a recent survey.
02/19/2014 7:36pmInterim Utah County Attorney Tim Taylor says Meagan Dakota Grunwald was just as responsible for the killing of sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride as her boyfriend was.
02/19/2014 8:02pmFederal authorities want to talk to a Whiterocks man about a pair of shootings Monday on the Uintah-Ouray Indian Reservation, one of which injured a teenage boy.
02/19/2014 8:11pmGov. Gary Herbert said Wednesday a new House plan to spend state funds rather than accept federal Medicaid expansion money to help cover some of the nearly 60,000 Utahns living below the poverty line is "illogical."
02/19/2014 8:15pmAn Ogden man was arrested after police say he offered to trade e-cigarettes for illicit pictures of a teen.
02/19/2014 8:29pmA Kansas lawmaker is proposing a bill that would allow teachers, caregivers and parents to spank children hard enough to leave marks.
02/19/2014 8:43pmA crash between two semitrailer trucks Wednesday morning on U.S. 40 in Wasatch County left one man with critical injuries, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.
02/19/2014 8:59pmScientists have studied the impact Olympic sports of ski jumping and aerials have on athletes' bodies, but findings from the work conducted by BYU and the United States Figure Skating Association are fascinating.
02/19/2014 10:11pmThe Jazz falter in the second half, falling to the Nets and Deron Williams 105-99.
02/19/2014 10:25pmA lawyer working with the Salt Lake City Police Department was arrested along with his two sons Wednesday for investigation of drug and weapons violations.
02/19/2014 10:31pmIn 2006, KSL covered the tragedy of a 1-year- old girl who died while sleeping in her car seat. It's an error many make, but it's one that can have deadly consequences.
02/19/2014 10:43pmThe American Fork Police Department is trying to raise money for two new police dogs to replace its older dogs currently in the K9 unit.
02/19/2014 10:47pmFor the Americans, there was plenty of history to savor. It was the first time two U.S. women's bobsleds medaled at the Olympics.
02/19/2014 10:51pmCarving turns like nobody else, Ted Ligety established a huge first-run lead and then comfortably held on to win the giant slalom at the Sochi Games on Wednesday, becoming the first American man to win two Olympic gold medals in Alpine skiing.
02/19/2014 11:01pmDespite a disappointing loss, American snowboarder Justin Reiter was encouraged by the reaction of fans.
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