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Housing affordability an issue in new construction

By kslmrichards at 02/28/2017 9:31 am         
Metrostudy reported builders in the Greater Salt Lake market posted a 17 percent jump in the volume of new home starts from the fourth quarter of 2016 over 2015. (pic: Deseret News)

Bountiful city leaders scrap plans for new city hall

By kslmrichards at 02/28/2017 9:30 am         
The city council should vote on it Tuesday night.

McMullin likes President's military spending plan, but questions financing

By kslpetersamore at 02/28/2017 7:46 am         
A frequent critic of President Trump agrees with his call for more military spending, but says it doesn't fix budgetary problems.

Sen. Lee defends hosting "tele-town hall"

By kslpetersamore at 02/28/2017 7:20 am         
Lee told a Utah grassroots group he wants a “tele-town hall” next month because he'd rather have conversation than shouting.

LDS Church fights street rename for luxury car maker

By kslpetersamore at 02/28/2017 7:02 am         
Mercedes-Benz USA wants to rename a street -- which it shares with the Atlanta Georgia Temple -- for itself.

Avalanche experts: heavy snow year meant safer back country

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 02/27/2017 10:48 pm         
Photo: Mike DeBernardo/KSL-TV

Sandy community stunned at death of church leader

By PaulNelson at 02/27/2017 5:47 pm         
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints ward where Randall Wells presided as bishop say they were floored to hear he and his children died in a plane crash in Iron County. (Photo Credit: Mark Weaver, KSL TV)

Snow causes big headaches for drivers along Wasatch Front

By PaulNelson at 02/27/2017 4:29 pm         
Weather watchers say the heaviest snow will fall in Utah County tonight, and they expected a weaker storm to pass over tomorrow.

Eyes in satureated Box Elder County move to the hillsides

By KSLMarc at 02/27/2017 4:25 pm         
While cooler temperatures have slowed flooding in saturated Box Elder County, some people are keeping a close eye on potential landslides. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Utah governor releases recording of tense public lands call with OIA

By DaveCawley at 02/27/2017 2:57 pm         
Utah Governor Gary Herbert's office has released a recording of a Feb. 16, 2016 conference call with representatives of the outdoor gear industry. The industry representatives were pressing Herbert to reverse his stance on public lands issues, particularly an effort to repeal Bears Ears National Monument in San Juan County. This is the uncut recording of the call. Photo credit: Laura Seitz, Deseret News