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Lawmaker will tackle medical marijuana debate with research bill

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 01/20/2017 10:42 pm         
As legislators fill rooms and offices on Capitol Hill, Monday, one representative says he's ready to tackle the issue of medical marijuana once again. This time, the man says he's going to focus on building the scientific groundwork before trying to legalize a drug.

SLC police investigating anti-Trump vandalism

By DaveCawley at 01/20/2017 6:25 pm         
Vandalism across the front of a vacant business on Salt Lake City's Main Street targeted President Donald Trump on the day of his inauguration. Salt Lake City police are attempting to determine who is responsible. Photo credit: Dave Cawley, KSL Newsradio

Mormon Tabernacle Choir performs during President Donald Trump's inauguration

By DaveCawley at 01/20/2017 6:16 pm         
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir played a key role in the inauguration of President Donald Trump. They performed America the Beautiful on the west terrace of the U.S. Capitol. Image credit: Intellectual Reserve, Inc. via

Prosecutors stepping up efforts to stop mail theft in Utah

By PaulNelson at 01/20/2017 5:08 pm         
Several recent cases of mail theft have prosecutors vowing to do more to find and punish people stealing letters and packages.

Crowds cheer, a few jeer as Trump becomes 45th President

By KSLMarc at 01/20/2017 12:13 pm         
It's now President Donald Trump. The 45th President took the oath of office this morning in cloudy... sometimes rainy weather. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Amazon, other retailers to take SNAP and food stamps in pilot program

By kslmrichards at 01/20/2017 12:03 pm         
The program is not in Utah yet. It depends on how the USDA feels the online purchasing of groceries goes for the population using food stamps.

Promises of prosperity, greatness in President Trump's inauguration address

By kslpetersamore at 01/20/2017 12:00 pm         
President Trump’s inauguration speech included the traditional call for national unity, but also more campaign promises, even though he got the job. FULL SPEECH:

Financial abuse among the elderly growing at a fast pace.

By KSLRikki at 01/20/2017 11:46 am         
Elderly Americans who require assistance from appointed caregivers and family members are getting duped out of their life savings.

Sen. Orrin Hatch signs first bill that will bear President Trump's signature

By kslmrichards at 01/20/2017 8:42 am         
It's part of his job as the President Pro Tem

Robert Redford on politics and Sundance

By kslmrichards at 01/20/2017 8:40 am         
(picture: Kristin Murphy, Deseret News)