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Nominee: national monuments could be changed, removed


By kslpetersamore at 01/18/2017 7:47 am         
The President-elect’s pick for Interior Secretary could rattle Utah’s Congressional delegation, especially with his stance on climate change.

Biskupski proposes new energy efficiency and air quality ordinance


By kslpetersamore at 01/18/2017 7:44 am         
Salt Lake City’s mayor is pushing for new measures and incentives to get commercial buildings to waste less energy. More on the story: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865671296/Biskupski-proposes-new-energy-efficiency-and-air-quality-ordinance.html

SLC group tries GoFundMe in shelter fight


By kslmrichards at 01/18/2017 6:23 am         
Some Sugarhouse residents are raising money to help convince the city to find another location for a homeless resource center.

New app from a pediatrician aims to help track school sicknesses


By kslmrichards at 01/18/2017 6:22 am         
Parents tired of their kids bringing home germs from school can hopefully get help from the Sneez App.

Utah County father goes to court this week, twice, trying to get daughter back


By PaulNelson at 01/18/2017 1:53 am         
His attorney says the custody battle has been long and difficult, and it highlights just how hard it is for some fathers to get custody of their children. (Photo Credit: Jose Vargas)

Utah pilot crashes into desert mountain range


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 01/17/2017 11:16 pm         
A massive search party launched this afternoon in Tooele County after reports a pilot crashed in the desert.

One woman seriously hurt in Midvale shooting


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 01/17/2017 7:24 pm         
Police say the 911 call came in at 2:33 this afternoon. Within four minutes they had their suspect in custody. Picture of suspect vehicle: Brianna Bodily

Grassroots group delivers letters to Sen. Mike Lee supporting Affordable Care Act


By DaveCawley at 01/17/2017 6:48 pm         
A new political advocacy group called Utah Indivisible hand-delivered several letters supporting the Affordable Care Act to the Salt Lake City office of Sen. Mike Lee on Tuesday. Group co-founder Donald Aguirre explained the motivation. Image courtesy: Donald Aguirre, Utah Indivisible

Attorney for So. Utah mom encourages people not to judge his client


By kslcleon at 01/17/2017 6:01 pm         
Brandy Jaynes made her first court appearance today. She's accused of locking her son in a bathroom for over a year. But Jaynes attorney, Edward Flint, says there is a lot more to this story than first reported. (Photo: Washington County Jail)

"Electric Express" buses unveiled in Park City


By PaulNelson at 01/17/2017 5:49 pm         
Officials in Summit County have given the press a sneak peek into the new kinds of buses that they say will reduce pollution and increase ridership.