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Police: Man arrested after robbing 7-Eleven with hatchet


By kslpetersamore at 05/23/2017 11:33 am         
The hatchet gave him away. Unified Police say they’ve arrested a man who robbed a 7-Eleven twice, and maybe a Taco Bell, in Taylorsville. More on the story: http://www.ksl.com/?sid=44354837&nid=148&title=police-man-arrested-after-robbing-7-eleven-with-hatchet

Prior assault allegations stacking up against DSU rape suspect


By kslmrichards at 05/23/2017 8:28 am         
Investigators say a man accused of raping a Dixie State University student who agreed to meet for coffee, now has as many as six prior cases in his history.

LDS Church merging two missions in Russia


By kslmrichards at 05/23/2017 8:24 am         
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the following statement regarding the merging of two missions in Russia: The First Presidency announces that effective July 1, the Russia Vladivostok Mission will merge with the Russia Novosibirsk Mission. Doing so requires fewer volunteers to staff the combined mission. In anticipation of this change, volunteers from the Vladivostok mission who were to be released in July will return home in late May, and volunteers who would have returned home in August will be reassigned and complete their service in missions in the United States. President and Sister Perkinson, who have presided over the Russia Vladivostok Mission for the past two years, have been released. We are grateful for their years of faithful service. The Europe East Area Presidency will supervise the combining of the two missions.

What can be done to protect “soft targets” from attacks like the one in Manchester


By rjeppesen at 05/23/2017 8:07 am         
Can anything be done to protect crowds or other “soft targets” from attacks similar to what happened in Manchester? ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s morning news to look at what is being done, and the key to preventing future attacks. (photo credit: ABC News)

Hughes: no lawsuit against Governor for special election


By kslpetersamore at 05/23/2017 7:18 am         
Utah’s House Speaker says Gov. Herbert exceeded his powers when setting rules for replacing Congressman Jason Chaffetz, but time is too short to sue. More on the story: http://utahpolicy.com/index.php/features/today-at-utah-policy/13298-hughes-says-no-lawsuit-over-special-election-flap-likely-but-legislature-will-make-changes-in-2018#.WSQ2kfnvs-Q.twitter

Basketball legend's son shoots for Congress


By kslpetersamore at 05/23/2017 7:15 am         
Tanner Ainge is jumping into the race for Utah’s third congressional district seat with an assist from his famous father. A former presidential candidate says he'll stay out.

Search and Rescue crews beg families to be extra cautious around Utah's rivers


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/22/2017 9:47 pm         
As the snow continues to feed our local rivers, search and rescue workers say families forget how dangerous they are. Photo: file photo, KSL TV

Police: skull found in Spanish Fork could belong to missing woman


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/22/2017 9:43 pm         
She has been missing since 1988 but today police say the man, currently living in the home she occupied just before her disappearance, may have finally found her body. Picture: Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

Two suspected bank robbers spotted after suspicious behavior


By PaulNelson at 05/22/2017 2:01 pm         
Two Colorado men are booked into jail after the sight of a police officer seems to have freaked them out. (Photo: Adobe stock)

UTA officials: Drivers are breaking many railroad crossing arms


By PaulNelson at 05/22/2017 1:58 pm         
Officials with the Utah Transit Authority say they're spending hundreds of thousands of dollars repairing the arms that drivers are breaking nearly every day.