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Family of missing Provo woman makes new plea for help in search


By DaveCawley at 04/24/2015 7:16 pm         
Volunteers plan to sweep the area where Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado disappeared on April 16th. She'd last been seen leaving the Nomen Global Language Center at 384 West Center.

How effective are treatments for thyroid cancer?


By PaulNelson at 04/24/2015 6:22 pm         
Elder L. Tom Perry of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has begun treatment for thyroid cancer. But, how effective can these treatments be?

The search for a missing Provo woman gets a big boost.


By PaulNelson at 04/24/2015 6:17 pm         
Elizabeth Smart and the Operation Underground Railroad group normally rescue children from sex trafficking. But, they'll also be joining the effort to find Elizabeth Elena Salgado.

Record low water = boats being moved at at the Salt Lake Marina


By KSLHeather at 04/24/2015 12:22 pm         
Boats at the Great Salt Lake Marina are being removed for the entire sailing season due to record low water levels and a need to dredge a deeper channel. Emotions are running high as boat owners watch their 'Pride & Joy' being lifted out of the marina and into dry dock for at least a year.

Elder Perry to undergo cancer treatments


By kslpetersamore at 04/24/2015 12:04 pm         
The oldest apostle, 92, of the LDS Church had breathing difficulties earlier this week. http://ksl.to/89LAZ6 @kslnewsradio

Small group of Utahns headed for Supreme Court


By kslpetersamore at 04/24/2015 8:09 am         
They hope to hear oral arguments on same-sex marriage cases from Sixth Circuit Appellate Court. Lines could stretch for days. @kslnewsradio

Investigators: grown man, not child, plays with fire


By kslpetersamore at 04/24/2015 8:07 am         
They say he admits his wrongdoing, which burned down an entire apartment four-plex in West Valley City. http://ksl.to/ehdgXs @kslnewsradio

Mild winter has snakes, spiders emerging early in Utah


By DaveCawley at 04/23/2015 6:58 pm         
Reptiles are coming out of hibernation earlier than usual in Utah due to warmer-than-usual spring conditions. One expert also tells KSL black widow spiders are out in force this year.

Nibley water still not safe to use, yet


By PaulNelson at 04/23/2015 6:08 pm         
City officials say they have a better understanding of how diesel fuel got into their water supply. Meanwhile, they're telling residents they still shouldn't use the water.

After school bus theft, changes could be coming in Emery County


By PaulNelson at 04/23/2015 6:01 pm         
State educators and officials with the Emery County School District are looking into what happened before a known sex offender reportedly stole a school bus and tried to use it to lure children.

Utah State Parks warning of cold water dangers from spring boating


By DaveCawley at 04/23/2015 5:04 pm         
The rescue of a teen and his grandfather at Willard Bay has highlighted the increased risk from early-season access to Utah's lakes and reservoirs. Photo credit: Dave Cawley, KSL

Layton chiropractor charged over his weight loss program


By NkoyoIyamba at 04/23/2015 3:41 pm         
A Layton chiropractor is accused of making false claims about a weight loss program and taking thousands of dollars from his patients. Prosecutors charged 46-year-old Michael Paul Kunzler with 11 felonies: seven counts of communication fraud, two counts of exploitation of a vulnerable adult, one count of theft by deception and one count of forgery. Kunzler operates the Rebalance Weight Loss clinic in Layton. Charging documents state that DOPL investigators found Kunzler charged people between $3,500 and $10,000 Kunzler between July 2, 2013 and Jan. 13, 2015. It states that Kunzler was marketing extreme weight loss programs through deceptive advertisements and signing up Utah consumers. DOPL investigators would like to hear from any additional consumers who had similar experiences with Kunzler. The public may file a complaint at dopl.utah.gov/investigations/complaint.html or call 801-530-6630.

Should food stamp beneficiaries have to work for their benefits?


By Kkwitt at 04/23/2015 1:16 pm         
Rep. Brad Wilson (R), District 15, says there are similarities between Maine's new program helping #foodstamp beneficiaries and Utah's Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (#TANF) program. Should Utah require food stamp recipients to be engaged in volunteer programs, work training, or to be employed? #KSL #DougWrightShow #KSLNewsRadio

Police arrest two more men in Lee Mart shooting


By kslpetersamore at 04/23/2015 11:47 am         
Murray Police go to Florida to capture man they say killed popular clerk David Marsh. They say all three suspects are gang members. @kslnewsradio

Police search for theif who took rare gemstone collection


By KSLHeather at 04/23/2015 11:40 am         
Police need your help finding the person(s) who broke into a Salt Lake home and stole a life-time collection of minerals and gemstones. A Utah geologist traveled the world to find many samples of very rare stones. Among the items stolen were custom-made jewelry pieces designed by the geologist with the rare rocks.

Town stuck with no water good reminder to be prepared


By KSLHeather at 04/23/2015 8:51 am         
Residents of a Cache County town are thinking about emergency supplies after diesel fuel contaminated their water supply. Do you know how much water you need, and how to store it, in an emergency situation? Experts say everyone needs one-gallon of water per day for every person in their homes. And don't forget to stock sufficient water supplies for each of your pets.

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