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5 foods we may lose due to climate change


By JeffersonCurtis at 05/29/2015 8:37 pm         
Ethan and Andy discuss a list Ben & Jerry's compiled of foods we may lose due to climate change.

SLC restaurant shut down for slaughtering lambs on site


By JeffersonCurtis at 05/29/2015 8:34 pm         
Ethan and Andy discuss the shutdown of the Middle Eastern Pastry and Deli. The restaurant was cited for 47 violations, including slaughtering lambs in its back parking lot.

Hogle Zoo's gorilla Tino euthanized


By JeffersonCurtis at 05/29/2015 8:31 pm         
Ethan and Andy discuss the death of Tino, the 42 year old gorilla of Utah's Hogle Zoo.

Altice asks for leniency in letter to judge


By kslcleon at 05/29/2015 6:18 pm         
Former Davis High School teacher Brianne Altice tells a judge in a letter that she wants to stay out of prison when she is sentenced for having sex with 3 students. She also says she is sorry and that she needs is another chance. KSL Newsradio's Cleon Wall has more on the letter.

Marine, nurse and WAVE among Utah women on Honor Flight


By KSLMarc at 05/29/2015 6:13 pm         
Four women who served during World War II accompanied more than 45 other veterans through the memorials in Washington DC today. Among them, Ora Mae Hyatt, who was a nurse. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has her story.

Trip to DC memorial a somber one for Vietnam vet


By KSLMarc at 05/29/2015 6:09 pm         
Virgil Kovalenko served as an advisor during Vietnam. He knows of a few names etched on the wall at the Vietnam War memorial. He also returned after the war to find families of former colleagues he lost when the US pulled out of Vietnam in the 1970s. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more. #Utahhonorflight

An accident at Camp Williams sends a marksman to the hospital


By PaulNelson at 05/29/2015 5:42 pm         
A marksmanship competition goes awry, and base officials say a freak accident sent a bullet fragment into a man's shoulder.

Elder L. Tom Perry in failing health


By PaulNelson at 05/29/2015 4:58 pm         
Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints say they're sad to hear about the declining health of Elder L. Tom Perry. A statement from church officials says he'll be receiving hospice care soon.

Police keeping a close eye out for drivers violating seat belt law


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/29/2015 12:28 pm         
Two weeks after Utah's new seat belt law was enacted, West Valley police are watching for drivers who aren't buckled up. KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily has the story.

Summer temperatures finally arrive, businesses rejoice


By kslpetersamore at 05/29/2015 11:56 am         
The rainclouds are gone, the sun is out, and Sugarhouse seasonal shops hope customers will come out, too. @kslnewsradio

Live inteview - Brian and Amanda talk about graduation party safety


By kslmrichards at 05/29/2015 9:58 am         
Cambree Applegate, the Safe Kids Utah coordinator, talks about things to know when your teen heads out to celebrate graduation.

"5 Browns" want end of statute of limitations for sex abuse cases


By kslpetersamore at 05/29/2015 7:53 am         
The famous pianists are working with a top lawmaker after a TV celebrity is accused of molesting three girls. @kslnewsradio

Beehive State gets rain 23 days in May


By kslpetersamore at 05/29/2015 7:51 am         
Utah has shattered records for rainfall in May. But now, it will feel like summer is starting early. @kslnewsradio

Primary Children's Hospital and KSL team up to give care to thousands of children whose families cannot pay.


By PaulNelson at 05/29/2015 2:40 am         
The annual KSL Telethon is happening today. The hospital cared for more than 84 thousand children last year. Here's the story of one 12 year-old boy who is alive thanks to the care the hospital gave him.

Some younger vets on latest Utah Honor Flight


By KSLMarc at 05/28/2015 8:23 pm         
It isn't all WWII veterans who are on the latest Honor Flight from Utah. 17 students at BYU's School of Nursing have sponsored a trip for vets as part of their course on veteran's issues. As a result, there are several veterans on the flight from the Korean and Vietnam wars. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Honor Flight sendoff involves team effort


By KSLMarc at 05/28/2015 8:19 pm         
50 Veterans and 50 Guardians are on the latest honor flight from Utah. But with each send-off, dozens more chip in to add to the veteran's experience as they travel back to see the WWII and other memorials in Washington DC. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

May sets record for number of days with measurable rainfall in Utah


By DaveCawley at 05/28/2015 6:30 pm         
A series of rainy days in May helped Salt Lake City set a new precipitation record. Photo credit: Dave Cawley, KSL

A tragic reminder today to keep your eyes on the road, after a drifting pick up truck took the life of a teenager in Hurricane.


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/28/2015 12:06 pm         
Police say the driver admitted to reaching for food just before his truck drifted across the road and killed a teen boy. KSL NewsRadio's Brianna Bodily has more.

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