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Law expert doubts much will come of veto override

By kslcleon at 09/28/2016 6:02 pm         
Congress overrode President Obama's veto of a bill that would allow the families of 9-11 victims to sue the Saudi government. But terrorism and international law expert Amos Guiora tells Jeff Caplan doubts it will lead to any real lawsuits. (Photo: Univ. of Utah)

Wild birds recovering following Northern Utah Storm

By KSLMarc at 09/28/2016 5:26 pm         
The tornado that struck in the Washington Terrace area sent a flood of calls to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah, which took in dozens of birds. Some are being released now. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Police hope old news footage can help them solve a cold case

By PaulNelson at 09/28/2016 5:09 pm         
Officers admit it's a long shot, but, they hope news stories from 1995 can help them solve the murder of Rosie Tapia. (Photo: File)

State, municipal leaders fight over creation of suicide prevention line

By kslpetersamore at 09/28/2016 12:45 pm         
Designating a three-digit number in Utah for mental health and suicide prevention is proving to be no easy task.

Brian Ross talks about his exclusive interview with the father of the NY/NJ bombing suspect

By rjeppesen at 09/28/2016 8:08 am         
The father of the suspected New York and New Jersey bomber says the FBI should have done a better job investigating his son two years ago. ABC New chief investigative reporter Brian Ross sat down for an exclusive interview with Mohammad Rahami, and talked about that interview on Utah’s Morning News with Brian and Amanda.

A change in the way tickets for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir Christmas Concerts will be handled.

By KSLDBrinkerhoff at 09/28/2016 7:18 am         
Tickets will be handed out on a first come, first served basis similar to the Pioneer Day Concert and the First Presidency Christmas Devotional.

Convicted ex-bank teller gets 90 days in jail

By kslpetersamore at 09/28/2016 6:33 am         
A former Tooele bank teller who cheated an elderly client out of tens of thousands of dollars will also get probation. More on the story:

Auditor: State liquor outlets should run more like convenience stores

By kslpetersamore at 09/28/2016 6:31 am         
A state audit calls for more business sense and fewer restrictions when it comes to operating state-run liquor stores. More on the story:

Apartment complex settles in discrimination lawsuit

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/28/2016 5:58 am         
A company is forking out thousands of dollars after a tenant accused them of discriminating against her autistic son.

Police looking for man accused of groping three women

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/28/2016 5:56 am         
Witnesses say the man was dressed as a jogger. As he passed women jogging on the Provo River Trail he reached out and groped them.