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Trench collapse leads to bizarre death in American Fork


By PaulNelson at 09/30/2016 7:15 pm         
Investigators say a man jumped into a collapsing trench to save a friend, but, ended up losing his own life. Police say he was only buried up to his thigh, so, they're still puzzled as to how he died from the collapse. American Fork Police Lieutenant Sam Liddiard gives the details.

Utah Senate candidate apologizes for controversial Facebook post about LGBT teen


By DaveCawley at 09/30/2016 6:02 pm         
A state senate candidate says he meant no offense with a comment on a Facebook post dealing with the suicide of an LGBT teen. It called homosexuality a sin and compared the death to murder.

Utah lawmaker says no thanks to Donald Trump tweet about sex tape


By DaveCawley at 09/30/2016 5:48 pm         
A late-night Donald Trump tweet urging people to check out a non-existent sex tape for former Miss Universe Alicia Machado did not sway a Utah state lawmaker who led an effort to declare pornography a public health crisis. Republican Sen. Todd Weiler says it's a bizarre issue to see in the spotlight. Image credit: Ravell Call, Deseret News

Jazz entertain Granger High students with scrimmage


By kslcleon at 09/30/2016 5:45 pm         
Granger High School students screamed their approval when the Jazz waltzed out on to the floor to practice inside the school's gym. Deseret News Jazz beat writer Jody Genessy says it was a big surprise for the student body. (Photo: Laura Seitz/Deseret News)

What's the deal with the black moon?


By kslcleon at 09/30/2016 5:31 pm         
A rare black moon is expected in the western hemisphere tonight. Clark Planetarium education specialist Robert Bigelow says it's a great night to see the stars and planets, but not the moon.

Salt Lake city announces they plan to build four new homeless shelters


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/30/2016 1:12 pm         
The shelters are expected to hold a fraction of the crowd currently served in the Road Home.

Some economic experts watching financial trends say big banks could fail... again.


By KSLRikki at 09/30/2016 11:25 am         
Despite more efforts to stabilized America's financial industry since 2008's great recession, a new study says big banks could be in trouble.

Parody: Donald Trump's "staffers" agonize over midnight tweets


By KSLbbruce at 09/30/2016 10:42 am         
Doug Wright imagines what it must be like to work on Donald Trump's campaign staff, as the candidate's Twitter account goes rogue in the wee small hours of the morning.

UVU President says American Football not on the radar right now


By KSLMarc at 09/30/2016 7:59 am         
Utah's largest public university has a nationally ranked football team right now. But it's not the University of Utah, and it is not the kind of football you may be thinking about. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque reports.

Public open house of Star Valley LDS temple on pause for General Conference


By KSLMarc at 09/30/2016 7:42 am         
The public open house of the Star Valley LDS temple in Afton, Wyoming will resume for a few days next week. It will be dedicated On October 30th and is one of several temples to be dedicated this late summer and fall. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more. (Photo, the Church of Jesus-Christ of Latter-day saints)