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Police looking for woman kidnapped at gun point

By KSLHeather at 05/24/2017 6:00 pm         
The Salt Lake police department needs the public's help finding a kidnapped woman. Samantha June Medina, 24, was taken by 32-year old Victor Gabino-Perez this afternoon. Perez is considered armed and dangerous, driving a white or grey 1995 Pontiac Grand Am, license plate E58 5NB. Please call Salt Lake Police at 801 799-3000 if you see the car or Samantha June Medina. KSL News Radio's Paul Nelson and Jeff Caplan spoke to Salt Lake police detective Greg Wilking.

Police make arrests in statue theft

By PaulNelson at 05/24/2017 5:44 pm         
Two men have been arrested in connection with the theft of an 800 pound bronze statue of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young. Investigators say the piece of art may not have been a good prize to steal.

Lions and tigers and BEARS!

By KSLHeather at 05/24/2017 5:01 pm         
Utah's Hogle Zoo is getting two new polar bears. Nora gained YouTube fame last year when she was seen frolicking in the snow. The bears are scheduled to arrive this fall from Oregon. Hogle Zoo spokesperson Erica Hansen has all the details. Photo courtesy of Oregon Zoo.

Utah health officials talk water safety ahead of Memorial Day

By kslmrichards at 05/24/2017 12:07 pm         
UDOH is urging Utahns to use caution around water. They say most of the year's drowning deaths will happen in just the next two or three months.

Cars, construction to slow holiday escape

By kslpetersamore at 05/24/2017 11:50 am         
Excited for a Memorial Day getaway? Well, traffic delays could curb your enthusiasm, unless you’re ready for them.

If you want to lose weight with exercise, research says "Go cardio."

By KSLRikki at 05/24/2017 11:23 am         
Cardio or strength training? Duke University research shows minute per minute cardio burns more calories for weight loss.

Update: Missing Bountiful Teen Found

By kslmrichards at 05/24/2017 9:42 am         
Kayla Leatherman was found Wednesday morning in good condition.

Moms building bridges at Highland High School

By kslmrichards at 05/24/2017 9:25 am         
A group of moms of Highland High School students in Salt Lake City wanted to volunteer their time at the school, but htey were surprised by their assignment to help the growing number of refugee and immigrant students. Now these four moms' efforts are slowly changing lives and attitudes. KSL Newsradio's Mary Richards has this indepth report.

Chaffetz formed new firm before saying he would leave House

By kslpetersamore at 05/24/2017 7:49 am         
Some paperwork filed with the state reveals new details about what Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) will likely do once he quits Congress next month. More on the story:

Police: Drunk driver hits 6-year-old boy on bike

By kslpetersamore at 05/24/2017 7:46 am         
South Salt Lake Police have arrested a woman they suspect of drunkenly hitting a child with her car.