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Utah County man booked for kidnapping 18 year old

By PaulNelson at 02/21/2017 5:46 pm         
Police say the victim went to this man's home to pick up personal items, but, the suspect reportedly wouldn't let her leave.

Potholes are keeping UDOT crews especially busy this year

By PaulNelson at 02/21/2017 4:56 pm         
Repair crew supervisors say they've had to deal with a lot of potholes thanks to the winter storms and changing temperatures. They say one stretch of a widely used road in Salt Lake County is particularly bad.

Late WW2 POW gets Purple Heart

By kslmrichards at 02/21/2017 12:38 pm         
A Purple Heart was finally awarded today to a former World War II prisoner of war who died 10 years ago. His family joined Senator Hatch for the ceremony.

Chaffetz defends choices of investigations

By kslpetersamore at 02/21/2017 12:30 pm         
He boasted about four investigations he’s leading on different subjects, but Congressman Jason Chaffetz refused to say anything about possible others.

Police, girl found in canal had been shot

By KSLMarc at 02/21/2017 11:48 am         
Smithfield police say a girl who was found last week had been shot in the head. They updated her condition and the case today. Prosecutors plan to charge two 16 year old boys in connection with the shooting. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

The Do-It-Yourself beauty and home cleaning products trend keeps growning.

By KSLRikki at 02/21/2017 11:27 am         
Homemade cleaning and beauty products is the trend that has a lot of people passing by the name brands in stores, rolling up their sleeves, and doing it themselves. But manufactures, even Wall Street, can't understand why?

Husband of woman injured in deadly crash overwhelmed by support

By kslpetersamore at 02/21/2017 8:05 am         
Emotional exhaustion, but forgiveness, from the husband of a pregnant woman who survived a deadly crash. He talked exclusively to KSL. More on the story:

Utah grapples with surging tourism

By kslpetersamore at 02/21/2017 8:03 am         
Utah’s “Mighty Five” national parks have been victims of their own success. Park leaders are trying to accommodate the surge in tourists. More on the story:

It was a great President's Day for ski resorts

By kslcleon at 02/20/2017 5:45 pm         
Some may not have thought the rain in the valley would have meant big time snow in the mountains due to recent warm days. But the slopes were filled with skiers and snowboarders and lots of new snow. (Photo: Scott Winterton/Deseret News)

Tremonton residents prep for more possible floods

By PaulNelson at 02/20/2017 5:24 pm         
Residents in Tremonton will keep water pumps nearby as meteorologists say more water is coming. (Photo Credit: Emily Hardy)