KSL NewsRadio's Lineup
Due to increased heart attacks, cyberloafing and workplace injury, Daylight Saving Time costs Utah over $1 million, a new study says.
Mar 10th - 11:59pm
Members of the Metro Gang Unit were looking for a fugitive at a motel in Murray early Friday morning when they stumbled upon two wanted gang members.
Mar 8th - 1:38pm
It was originally added to help the environment. Today, though, ethanol is one of the most controversial components of gasoline.
Mar 8th - 8:01am
Rugby has been growing at an incredible rate in the state of Utah. Some rugby organizers say it's becoming so popular, clubs will have to make major changes.
Mar 8th - 7:52am
How bad or good is the gas you use during the winter? Is it dirtier? How does it impact our air? KSL was asked those questions and went in search of answers.
Mar 7th - 10:51pm
Salt Lake police have made three arrests in a drive-by shooting that left bullet holes in two vehicles, including a police car.
Mar 7th - 6:52pm
A bill is making its way through the house aimed at preventing underage kids from buying electronic cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs, are devices that help many stop smoking. But if HB372 were to pass as-is, it would include a tax hike on the cartridges, even on some that don't contain nicotine.
Mar 6th - 10:10pm
A new bill on Utah's Capitol Hill would make it illegal to publish mug shots in magazines or on websites that demand money to take them down.
Mar 6th - 6:52pm
A man arrested for the death of a teenage girl found in the Jordan River last year was cleared as a person of interest Wednesday.
Mar 6th - 6:49pm
Are boys being treated differently at school than girls? In the early formative years, different treatment can lead to long term consequences.
Mar 6th - 7:57am
Squeezable snacks have become a popular and convenient way for busy parents to feed their children. But experts say they might be rotting your kids' teeth.
Mar 5th - 11:05pm
The Dow Jones industrial average closed at an all-time high Tuesday, beating the previous record it set in October 2007, before the financial crisis and Great Recession.
Mar 5th - 7:16pm
The man found guilty of killing a retired Brigham Young University professor in 2009 has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole, and the professor's family says they are trying to forgive.
Mar 5th - 6:24pm
Police say a man who had been ordered to stay away from his ex-girlfriend held her hostage for three days, repeatedly beat her and threatened to kill her and her grandson.
Mar 5th - 5:05pm
A man convicted in the rape of a University of Utah student more than 15 years ago will ask the Utah Supreme Court to throw out his conviction because he feels he was not given a speedy trial.
Mar 5th - 7:30am
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