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Utah trying to break poverty rates

By kslpetersamore at 09/29/2016 12:27 pm         
The state’s intergenerational poverty rate is slowly coming down. State leaders say they have much work ahead to help people in need.

Sinkhole on South Jordan road after early morning water leak

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/29/2016 11:27 am         
A city spokesperson says the sinkhole could cost a few thousand dollars and the entire day to repair.

Stewart in minority against Saudi Arabia veto override

By kslpetersamore at 09/29/2016 8:30 am         
Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) explains why he joined a small group of his colleagues to uphold President Obama’s veto of a bill allowing lawsuits against Saudi Arabia.

Police: driver's crash hurts officer

By kslpetersamore at 09/29/2016 8:28 am         
A West Jordan police officer is recovering in the hospital, after a driver slammed into his truck on Redwood Road.

Man dies in South Salt Lake autoped

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/29/2016 6:16 am         
Police say the man passed away after the driver had to go for help in her car because no one on scene had a cell phone.

Doctors believe Utah man, who contracted mysterious case of Zika, may have caught the virus through his father's tears

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/29/2016 6:15 am         
The hypothesis comes after state investigators ended their search for the cause.

Law expert doubts much will come of veto override

By kslcleon at 09/28/2016 6:02 pm         
Congress overrode President Obama's veto of a bill that would allow the families of 9-11 victims to sue the Saudi government. But terrorism and international law expert Amos Guiora tells Jeff Caplan doubts it will lead to any real lawsuits. (Photo: Univ. of Utah)

Wild birds recovering following Northern Utah Storm

By KSLMarc at 09/28/2016 5:26 pm         
The tornado that struck in the Washington Terrace area sent a flood of calls to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah, which took in dozens of birds. Some are being released now. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Police hope old news footage can help them solve a cold case

By PaulNelson at 09/28/2016 5:09 pm         
Officers admit it's a long shot, but, they hope news stories from 1995 can help them solve the murder of Rosie Tapia. (Photo: File)

State, municipal leaders fight over creation of suicide prevention line

By kslpetersamore at 09/28/2016 12:45 pm         
Designating a three-digit number in Utah for mental health and suicide prevention is proving to be no easy task.