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DMC President and CEO Sheri Dew talks about the life and legacy of LDS Pres. Packer


By Kkwitt at 07/06/2015 9:41 am         
President Boyd K. Packer passed away Saturday afternoon in his Salt Lake City home at the age of 90.

Healing underway in Salt Lake's Greek Orthodox community


By kslpetersamore at 07/06/2015 8:16 am         
For the first time, their spiritual leader addressed the conflict during his visit to Utah this weekend. He spoke exclusively with KSL.

Police continue their search for burglars


By kslpetersamore at 07/06/2015 8:13 am         
They may have struck in a few Utah cities, but social media could bring them to justice.

U.S. markets brace for impact after Greek austerity vote


By kslpetersamore at 07/06/2015 8:11 am         
As the Greek financial crisis continues, how worried should you be about your 401(k)?

More millennials are camping


By kslmrichards at 07/06/2015 6:44 am         
If you were camping this Fourth of July weekend, you may have noticed you weren't alone. And camping should be popular the rest of this summer, too, especially among young people.

Lehi building inspectors to study home where deck collapsed


By kslmrichards at 07/06/2015 6:10 am         
A deck collapsed during a July 4th barbecue in Lehi Saturday night. 15 people were on it at the time; four were injured.

Highway crash kills one, injures two


By kslpetersamore at 07/03/2015 8:36 am         
A tragic reminder out of West Valley City of the dangers of driving during the holiday weekend.

Rude awakenings at frat houses


By kslpetersamore at 07/03/2015 8:34 am         
Two fires minutes apart ignite at the University of Utah's Greek Row. Firefighters call them small, but they don’t know how they started.

Options abound for Independence Day fun in Utah


By DaveCawley at 07/02/2015 6:44 pm         
Warm weather and a weekend holiday will have a lot of people out recreating. Scott and Maria asked Shawn Stinson from Visit Salt Lake for ideas where people can go over the 4th of July without running into huge crowds.

A tearful plea from a Salt Lake City mother trying to find her sons' ashes


By PaulNelson at 07/02/2015 5:46 pm         
Thieves who stole a trailer outside of a Salt Lake City apartment did more than just steal a woman's possessions. They also took a makeshift urn which is the only keepsake she had of her two deceased boys.

A warning to underage drinkers from the UHP


By PaulNelson at 07/02/2015 5:43 pm         
The Utah Highway Patrol will be looking for drunk drivers over the 4th of July weekend. They say Utah has a zero tolerance law to underage drinking, so people under the age of 21 aren't allowed to have even one drop of alcohol in their system.

One flag controversy could breed another


By kslpetersamore at 07/02/2015 12:21 pm         
Confederate flags are coming down, so why not the Deseret Territorial flag above Salt Lake's Ensign Peak?

Indepth: Pilot and kids talk about hot air balloon crash in Provo


By kslmrichards at 07/02/2015 11:58 am         
A scary sight in Provo when two hot air balloons collided hundreds of feet in the air at the Freedom Festival. The kids in one balloon and the pilot of the other are talking about how they felt they could have crashed to the ground, but thankfully didn't. KSL Newsradio's Mary Richards reports. (pic courtesy witness Warren Smith)

Sen. Hatch discusses what he views as the single most important issue in the upcoming presidential election


By Kkwitt at 07/02/2015 10:24 am         
Sen. Hatch discusses the Supreme Court and how the justices will further impact the future of American society.

Sen. Hatch reacts to legalization of same-sex marriage


By Kkwitt at 07/02/2015 10:22 am         
Sen. Hatch visits Doug in studio to discuss recent SCOTUS rulings, the upcoming presidential election, Pres. Obama's overtime rule and more.

Sen. Hatch reacts to SCOTUS ruling on the Affordable Care Act


By Kkwitt at 07/02/2015 10:22 am         
Sen. Hatch criticizes the recent decision from the Supreme Court on the Affordable Care Act. He discusses his plans to repeal Obamacare.

American law enforcement wary of holiday attacks


By kslpetersamore at 07/02/2015 7:44 am         
Should Utahns traveling for the Fourth of July worry about heightened terror alerts? @kslnewsradio

Fourth of July getaway gearing up


By kslpetersamore at 07/02/2015 7:43 am         
You and millions of your new friends will fill the freeways. But you can avoid the traffic crush.

BYU Religious Freedom Conference


By kslmrichards at 07/02/2015 6:07 am         
BYU is hosting a 3-day Religious Freedom Conference next week, as the topic grows in importance they say across the nation and world. More information here: http://ce.byu.edu/cw/iclrs/

UDOT plans holiday lights show


By kslmrichards at 07/02/2015 6:04 am         
Traffic operations managers will change green light lengths to keep traffic moving for July 4.

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