KSL NewsRadio's Lineup
A family is warning of the importance of carbon monoxide testing after high carbon monoxide levels left a family member unconscious.
Mar 14th - 7:03pm
Weber School District administrators are planning to make major upgrades to the surveillance cameras in their schools, but what's even more interesting is how the district plans to use them.
Mar 14th - 6:09pm
State lawmakers will rush to change a law Thursday that allows the attorney general to investigate himself when someone alleges violations of the Utah elections code.
Mar 14th - 7:15am
A bill marking the next step in relocating the Utah State Prison from Draper passed the House on Wednesday, but not before lawmakers eliminated the possibility that a new facility could be privately run.
Mar 13th - 8:46pm
A Questar worker is being called a hero after pulling an unconscious man overcome by carbon monoxide out of a house Wednesday morning.
Mar 13th - 1:20pm
Some of Utah's heavy hitters are hoping to change how Utahns elect political leaders; they want there to be more options for political candidates to get on a party's primary ballot.
Mar 13th - 9:24am
On June first, Sugarhouse Park will be overwhelmed by a sea of pink — as the girls in Girls on the Run do a 5k with their coaches and running buddies.
Mar 13th - 8:01am
The owner of a West Jordan removal and embalming service has been charged with stealing a wedding ring belonging to a man who died in a plane crash.
Mar 13th - 7:05am
A Riverdale teenager had a close call with an accused sexual predator when he showed up at her front door. She's sharing her story with hopes it will help keep others safe.
Mar 12th - 10:33pm
A 15-year-old boy on his way to Kearns High School was hit by a car and critically injured. Police said a car slowed for the boy, but another swerved around that car and hit him.
Mar 12th - 7:00pm
Police tracked down suspects in a violent home invasion robbery thanks to the tracking app on a stolen iPhone.
Mar 12th - 7:32am
Police say a couple who claimed they found razor blade pieces in the doughnuts they purchased, actually placed the razor blades in the pastries themselves before ingesting them.
Mar 11th - 7:04pm
Police have arrested a suspect in a Sunday shooting that left one man dead inside a West Valley City home.
Mar 11th - 4:48pm
How healthy are your kidneys? Experts say not enough people know the answer, so they're encouraging Utahns to participate in free screenings this month.
Mar 11th - 8:25am
Online shoppers put a lot of faith in the independent customer reviews they read, but can they really trust those reviews?
Mar 11th - 8:07am
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