09/10/2012 7:57amA program that gives free child care to University of Utah students while they work out is becoming so popular, keeping up with demand is proving to be pretty tough.
09/10/2012 8:22amSeveral hundred people gathered Sunday near a bronze monument depicting three firefighters raising the American flag at Ground Zero shortly after the attacks on the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
09/10/2012 10:23amThe amazing speed with which the world is becoming technically connected is leaving some families struggling to find balance between the challenges and benefits of electronic advances.
09/10/2012 10:43amThe Tooth Fairy is paying more today than in years past that's according to a new survey from Visa.
09/10/2012 11:37amIn recent weeks, Rep. Jim Matheson has attacked Mia Love's fiscal proposal that would cut billions of dollars in federal programs, including student financial aid and local law enforcement grants.
09/10/2012 11:41amA man fleeing police at speeds up to 110 mph rolled his vehicle several times. He only surrendered after a police dog bit him.
09/10/2012 11:55amTwo young boys are injured after falling out of an SUV their mother was driving on Mirror Lake Highway.
09/10/2012 12:15pmA former firefighter and a Nibley man are accused of ripping off the U.S. Forest Service and distributing drugs. Both men are in custody, and one had to be tracked down in Oregon.
09/10/2012 12:26pmThe Utah Highway Patrol cracked down last month on motorists who drive alone in their vehicles in the HOV lanes.
09/10/2012 1:35pmA 66-year-old woman struck by a car while walking in a crosswalk Monday was hospitalized in critical condition, police say.
09/10/2012 3:27pmThe son and daughter-in-law of a slain Brigham Young University professor who were once falsely accused of killing him, expressed disappointment Monday that their federal civil rights suit has been dropped.
09/10/2012 4:01pmA list of events going on throughout Utah this week that you may want to check out. Suggestions? Email us, or tweet @kslcom with the hashtag #StuffToDo.
09/10/2012 4:12pmThe national conventions have been a needed respite from an otherwise wrenching presidential campaign. We have finally been treated to the two sides' love for America and enumerated qualifications to lead it, rather than their hateful vitriol of the opposing candidate and party.
09/10/2012 5:50pmA wrongful death suit has been filed against the Boy Scouts of America and its National Parks Council by the families of two Utah Scouts struck by lightning a year ago.
09/10/2012 6:08pmThere's no way to know for sure, but it's possible many lives might have been saved if victims of motorcycle crashes had been able to use a protective device that's now available. Motorcycle cops have just started using them in Cottonwood Heights.
09/10/2012 7:01pmMatt Clark's medium is scrap metal. His paintbrush is a welding torch. And each piece Clark forges is a testament to how he forged a new life after a tragic accident.
09/10/2012 7:21pmA Utah man is recovering at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden, following a weekend rock-climbing accident that left him battered, bruised and stranded on a cliff. His friend said the rock slide came out of nowhere.
09/10/2012 7:32pmMuch of Utah is under a flash flood watch Monday night, but some residents of Saratoga Springs are still cleaning up previous mudslides.
09/10/2012 8:04pmThe Daggett County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a Wyoming man whose body was found near a canal southwest of Manila.
09/10/2012 8:29pmA Brigham Young University student has started a campaign to get the school to allow caffeine to be sold on campus, after a recent blog post by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints clarified the church's stance on consumption of the substance.
09/10/2012 9:05pmWith less than two months to go and both parties conventions having come to a close, the fall presidential campaign is revving up in earnest.
09/10/2012 9:14pmLDS Hospital celebrated its grand reopening Monday. The hospital didn't close for reconstruction, but this was an opportunity to highlight the recent renovations.
09/10/2012 9:37pmHeebeegeebeez in Ogden houses more than 2-million books for their customers and employees to check out.
09/10/2012 10:04pmThe Orem Department of Public Safety has a new tool in their fight against crime: bicycles. The city's new bike patrol was organized specifically to keep people safe on the Provo River Trail.
09/10/2012 10:18pmA wildfire burning on Stansbury Island caused quite a commotion Monday night. While it had only burned a few hundred acres, flames were clearly visible across the Salt Lake Valley.
09/10/2012 10:32pmMuch of Utah is under a flash flood watch Monday night, but some residents of Saratoga Springs are still cleaning up previous mudslides. So a group of third-grade football players decided it was a good night to skip practice and help out.
09/10/2012 11:06pmA man convicted in the cold case murder of his fiancÚ, only to have his conviction overturned, is about to start the process of being tried again.
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