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Two dozen people indicted in Salt Lake County meth ring

By PaulNelson at 05/26/2017 1:36 pm         
Investigators say 24 people, mostly from Utah, were part of a large and complicated distribution ring supplying meth from Mexico in Salt Lake County.

Hoarding cash is the new financial trend in the US.

By KSLRikki at 05/26/2017 11:13 am         
A University of Michigan survey shows we're holding on to our money and not letting go.

Unified police search for 3 home invasion robbery suspects

By kslmrichards at 05/26/2017 8:11 am         
Police say two men and a woman robbed a home in Holladay at gunpoint at about 4:45 AM Friday morning.

Is Romney running for Hatch's Senate seat?

By DanBKSL at 05/26/2017 8:00 am         
Contradictory reports from political websites on whether former presidential nominee Mitt Romney might run for the US Senate. (Photo credit: Deseret News)

BYU study: free materials work fine instead of pricey textbooks

By kslmrichards at 05/26/2017 6:27 am         
Open textbooks: BYU researchers show free resources can provide an equivalent education and save students thousands. (Photo Credit: Mark Philbrick/BYU Photo)

No flooding insurance means big bills for some homeowners

By kslmrichards at 05/26/2017 6:26 am         
Some homeowners in northern Utah are facing staggering bills to repair flood damage because they, like most Utah residents, don't have flood insurance. (KSL file photo from February)

Wayne Co. ceremony will honor crew of WWII bomber

By KSLMarc at 05/26/2017 5:45 am         
People are expected to travel from as far away as Maine, to Loa, in Wayne County Monday, to honor a story that may be little remembered as part of the loss of World War II. But to the community and the family of six airmen who died when their plane broke apart over Wayne County, what happened is strong in their memories. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has the story. (Photo: A worker at Rick's Richfield Monuments prepares a monument that will be placed at the corner of Main and Center Streets in Loa on Monday.)

North Summit high school students add classmate's service dog to the yearbook

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/25/2017 9:23 pm         
She's a little furrier than your average high school grad. Katie, the dog, Blonquist made it into the North Summit High School yearbook after her owner says she became just another student.

Aggression against reporters on the rise

By KSLHeather at 05/25/2017 6:21 pm         
Audio of Montana Congressional candidate Greg Gianforte body slamming a reporter from 'The Guardian' is making the new cycle. The Gianforte campaign says the reporter was aggressive, shoving a microphone in the candidate's face. The reporter says he was asking a budget question. The incoming director of the Radio, Television and Digital News Association, Dan Shelley, joined Jeff Caplan and was asked what his reaction to this incident is.

New card program could raise money for search and rescue crews in Utah

By PaulNelson at 05/25/2017 5:45 pm         
State officials are kicking off a new campaign that they say could raise much needed funds, and offer people some protection against being charged for being rescued.