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Fans will decide if Screaming Eagles will sign Greg Hardy

By kslcleon at 03/29/2017 5:52 pm         
The NFL player with a troubled past could be a member of Salt Lake's indoor football team on Friday, but KSL Newsradio's Cleon Wall reports it will be up to the fans. (Photo: Jeffrey Allred/Deseret News)

Sheriff's plan to help homeless has critics, but all call it a start

By kslpetersamore at 03/29/2017 11:58 am         
Salt Lake County’s Jim Winder explains his 21-point plan to reduce homelessness, but one downtown group still has its doubts.

Wealthy Dems to Senator Hatch: tax the rich more

By kslmrichards at 03/29/2017 11:16 am         
A group called the Patriotic Millionaires of Utah says they would like to pay more in taxes.

Teen shocked, burned in high school shop class

By kslpetersamore at 03/29/2017 7:39 am         
A Saint George high schooler had to be flown to a Salt Lake hospital after an electrical shock badly burned him. More on the student:

Hatch could retire in favor of Romney

By kslpetersamore at 03/29/2017 7:37 am         
Senator Orrin Hatch is weighing retirement against running for an eighth term, but he says an “outstanding” candidate would have to take his place.

Jail ordered for Ogden mom who stole funds from autism program

By kslpetersamore at 03/29/2017 7:35 am         
Rebecca Campos was a past president of the program, which helped her own children. More on the story:

Sheriff's plan for homeless includes campground, Road Home cutbacks

By kslmrichards at 03/29/2017 6:50 am         
A plan presented by Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder is getting some attention

Utah colleges want tuition increases

By kslmrichards at 03/29/2017 6:48 am         
The Board of Regents will consider an average 3.4 percent tuition increase for the 8 campuses in the state.

Box Elder's diverse economy, housing booming, amid some underlying challenges

By KSLMarc at 03/29/2017 5:30 am         
From bowling balls, to peaches and cherries, to rocket motors and airbags, to golden spikes. Box Elder County in Northern Utah has some good economic reasons to be happy. But the county leads the state in one tragic statistic. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more as we continue our Road to Understanding.

Environmental groups disappointed in death of Obama-era climate policy

By DaveCawley at 03/28/2017 6:38 pm         
The Sierra Club sees smoggier air coming for Utah over President Trump's executive order rolling back Obama-era limits on coal production. Governor Gary Herbert though sees room for more clean coal in the state's future. Photo credit: Ravell Call, Deseret News