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Pilot recalls surviving plane wreck on Tooele mountain

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 01/18/2017 7:45 pm         
A harrowing story, from a man who crashed his plane in the Sheeprock mountains yesterday and walked away from the crash. KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily has the story. Picture: Chopper 5

Utah economic outlook good for 2017

By DaveCawley at 01/18/2017 6:41 pm         
Economists and business leaders met Wednesday to discuss the state of Utah's economy heading into 2017. Some say the state is on a good track, but runs the risk of a labor and housing shortage. Image credit: Deseret News

Guns in schools due to bears?

By kslcleon at 01/18/2017 6:01 pm         
President-elect Trump's choice for education secretary gave a curious reason why guns should be allowed in certain schools. But will it keep her from being confirmed? Jay McFarland gives his thoughts on Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News. (Photo: Dave Cawley)

Taylorsville woman meets her wrong number "hero"

By PaulNelson at 01/18/2017 4:11 pm         
An elderly woman who accidentally called West Valley Police Detective Dana Pugmire instead of her son, had the chance to thank the officer face-to-face. Halene Johnson had fallen and was stuck on the floor for hours before she called Pugmire, who then called medics to her apartment.

Scathing audit says ex-chiefs overbilled and hid expenses

By PaulNelson at 01/18/2017 3:26 pm         
The Utah State Auditor released his findings showing that the former Unified Fire Authority chief and other employees created a "culture of excess" on the taxpayer's dime. (Photo Credit: Jeffery D. Allred, Deseret News, 2013)

Utah roadway deaths reach nine-year high

By kslpetersamore at 01/18/2017 11:57 am         
Deaths on Utah roadways rose for the fourth straight year in 2016, as did the number of distractions and bad decisions behind them.

Self-driving cars projected to cut into current organ donation shortage.

By KSLRikki at 01/18/2017 11:02 am         
A new theory is bringing into question the cause and effect of self-driving cars. Their increased safety measures may mean fewer harvested organs for life-saving donations.

Utah Highway Patrol Troopers on their way to provide security at the presidential inauguration

By rjeppesen at 01/18/2017 8:18 am         
A group of Utah Highway Patrol troopers is on their way to help provide security at the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. UHP Col. Michael Rapich joined Brian and Amanda to preview what the Utah troopers will be doing.

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: