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Land swap in Lehi helps residents, charter school

By kslmrichards at 03/24/2017 1:00 pm         
The Utah Military Academy will move to a different spot than a neighborhood were residents were concerned.

Congressman asks if facial recognition data could be expanded

By kslpetersamore at 03/24/2017 12:59 pm         
Rep. Jason Chaffetz's questioning of the FBI’s facial identification database doesn’t sit well with civil liberties advocates.

It's boom-to-bust time for many of the country's startups.

By KSLRikki at 03/24/2017 11:55 am         
Just like the dot-com boom then quick downfall in the 90's, many startups have hit their limit and are on their way out. Why? Because venture capitalists aren't investing.

Organ donations by Elsie Mahe featured in I-15 freeway billboard

By kslpetersamore at 03/24/2017 7:55 am         
A new billboard honors the memory of the 3-year-old daughter of a B-Y-U assistant football coach, and urges parents to do what he and his wife did after the tragedy. More on the story:

Lee, Hatch want feds to investigate disappearance of BYU student in China

By kslpetersamore at 03/24/2017 7:52 am         
Utah’s U.S. senators are pushing the state department and its new secretary to investigate the disappearance of David Sneddon, missing since 2004. More on the story:

Utah representatives on House healthcare bill

By kslmrichards at 03/24/2017 6:50 am         
All four appear supportive or leaning toward support; say ACA needs to be replaced. (photo illustration by CNN)

Training for the future - San Juan County looks for teachers, economic opportunity

By KSLMarc at 03/24/2017 5:45 am         
Utah's San Juan County has had a lot of attention lately, over the creation of the Bear's Ears National Monument. The monument has generated emotional argument on both sides over how that land should best be managed. But beyond Bear's Ears, fights over closed trails and other issues, are people who'd like to give their children what they need to succeed. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has an example of one school's story, as we continue on our road to understanding. (Photo - Students at remote Navajo Mountain High School prepare their robot with help from students from another school, for a regional high school robotics competition in West Valley.)

One in three Americans say they don't have an extra 2,000 dollars in emergency funds

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 03/23/2017 10:55 pm         
One financial expert says the problem ties back to the recession.

Flood warnings in Cache Valley as rain mixes with melting snow

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 03/23/2017 10:52 pm         
Picture: Blacksmith Fork Canyon. Credit, Karole Sorensen

Gov. Herbert signs DUI Bill

By kslcleon at 03/23/2017 5:38 pm         
Before Governor Gary Herbert signed a bill that could lower the blood alcohol level in the state to .05, he said he wanted to do it to for safety reasons. But others would rather have another state take the lead. (Photo: Mike Terry/Deseret News)