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Utah law firm files federal lawsuit against Wells Fargo

By PaulNelson at 09/26/2016 6:30 pm         
A Utah firm is looking for more clients in their class action lawsuit after thousands of bank employees were accused of making false accounts to meet their sales goals. (Photo credit: Associated Press)

Cedar Fort man accused of attacking fire chief

By PaulNelson at 09/26/2016 5:57 pm         
Investigators are trying to figure out what started a house fire before a home was destroyed Sunday night, and why one of the residents reportedly went after the Cedar Fort Fire Chief while the crews were trying to knock the blaze back.

Utah Jazz refuses to be the "thought police" with its players

By kslcleon at 09/26/2016 5:49 pm         
The local NBA team says it won't tell is players how to think when it comes to social issues or protests.'s Andy Larsen joined Jeff Caplan to talk about how the team may or may not handle any issues. (Photo: Nick Wagner/Deseret News)

Police don't get fugitive, but another suspect instead

By kslpetersamore at 09/26/2016 7:19 am         
A man suspected of ramming a police car and trying to run over an officer is in custody after a chase in neighboring cities.

Poll: Utahns still think Clinton will win White House

By kslpetersamore at 09/26/2016 7:17 am         
No matter what the outcome may be for tonight’s presidential debate, Utahns seem to believe they know the outcome of the election. The Utah Policy poll:

Firefighters had more than flames to fight this morning.

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/26/2016 5:58 am         
When firefighters showed up to a house fire in Cove Fort today, officials say a few neighbors reacted badly.

Teens also frustrated with Presidential options

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/26/2016 5:57 am         
KSL spoke with a group of teens at a leadership conference ahead of today's Presidential debate. They expressed concerns with the candidate's respect for each other, their maturity in debates and their ability to focus on the issues in the actual debate.

A former crime reporter is burglarized .... for the 2nd time

By KSLHeather at 09/25/2016 11:19 am         
Police are looking for these two men who kicked in the door of a Murray home and made off with 15-thousand dollars worth of jewelry and electronics. The homeowner says the entire burglary took 3-minutes. And, in an ironic twist, Micaela Choo was a former crime reporter in Milwaukee and says this is the second time a house she's lived in has been robbed within the state of Utah. Picture from surveillance video from the homeowner Micaela Choo

How do our teenagers feel about the debate?

By AmandaDickson at 09/25/2016 10:12 am         
Utah teenagers will be watching the #debate. Hear what they think about #DonaldTrump, #HillaryClinton, the issues, who they would vote for if they could, and the one thing they want more of - #RESPECT! (I spoke with them at a #RYLA convention this weekend. This is the audio of our conversations.) Amanda Dickson.

How do our teenagers feel about the debate?

By AmandaDickson at 09/25/2016 9:51 am         
I interviewed a group of Utah teenagers who will be watching the debate tomorrow night and asked them how they feel about the election. The #1 thing they want more of - RESPECT! Our kids are so smart.