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April 19th, 2014
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Note:At certain times you may experience dead air,sounds of the ocean, NOAA Weather Radio, or some other audio that is not what KSL is broadcasting. This is usually due to the airing of syndicated content that we are not authorized to stream on the Internet. Please be assured that we are attempting to stream everything that we legally can.

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Utah law treats same-sex couples as 'legal strangers,' court filing claims
The court filing is in response to the state's appeal of a U.S. District Court decision last December that struck down Utah's ban on same- sex marriage.
Feb 26th - 7:25pm | Read More |      Audio
'Geofencing' can pinpoint emergency areas from smartphone users
Is an emerging technology known as "geofencing" the future of emergency alerts? If so, the future may be now in six northern Utah counties that have adopted a system that can pinpoint the best areas to send urgent notifications to smartphone u
Feb 26th - 7:07pm | Read More |      Audio
Lawmakers pass bills to let voters protect info, swap out school buses
Utah lawmakers passed several bills on Tuesday, including a bill to more fully protect Utah voter information, a bill to extend renewable energy tax credits, and a bill to swap diesel school buses for alternative fuel vehicles.
Feb 26th - 1:34pm | Read More |      Audio
SLC paramedics save baby with toy lodged in throat
Two Salt Lake City paramedics exhibited grace under pressure over the weekend when they saved the life of a 6-month- old boy in what many would consider an extremely stressful situation.
Feb 25th - 7:13pm | Read More |      Audio
Panhandling bill would impact honk-and-waves, too
Panhandling is one step closer to being banned on the sides of Utah's roads, but so are other activities like honk-and-waves and Fill the Boot campaigns.
Feb 25th - 6:55pm | Read More |      Audio
Herbert asks Hagel not to include National Guard in defense cuts
Utah's governor is pleading for Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to spare the National Guard from cuts that promise to sharply trim the Air Force, Army and Navy.
Feb 25th - 4:57pm | Read More |      Audio
South Jordan city contemplating split from Jordan School District
South Jordan city leaders are moving forward with exploring splitting away from the Jordan School District. They say they are serious about the idea to split because they want more local control and need more school buildings.
Feb 25th - 1:08pm | Read More |      Audio
Questions about Native Americans? Event provides answers
A group of Native American students is trying to break down stereotypes they say they face every day. So they've set up a series of lectures and discussions.
Feb 25th - 9:20am | Read More |      Audio
Bill offering financial help for infertility advances
A bill is moving forward on Utah's Capitol Hill that would allow insurance companies to pay for infertility treatments for married couples.
Feb 25th - 8:31am | Read More |      Audio
U. to open campus in South Korea
The University of Utah has been given permission to open a new campus half a world away in South Korea. The U. is one of only a handful of schools asked to open a campus in the Asian country.
Feb 24th - 9:09pm | Read More |      Audio
4 family members likely died of CO poisoning, Idaho coroner says
A community in Idaho is mourning several members of the same family. The county coroner says a husband and wife and their two sons appear to have died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Feb 24th - 7:54pm | Read More |      Audio
First-of-its-kind Debate Commission aims to inform Utah voters
A newly formed commission hopes to engage Utah political candidates and voters in a more meaningful discussion on pressing issues in the 2014 election.
Feb 24th - 7:49pm | Read More |      Audio
Provo city leaders meet with UTA over proposed bus route
The Provo City Council met with Utah Transit Authority officials at the state Capitol on Monday to find a way to bring a bus rapid transit line to Utah County. Last week, the City Council voted down UTA's proposed route.
Feb 24th - 7:42pm | Read More |      Audio
Eagle Mountain audit points to problems with travel expenses, receipts
A report from the Utah state auditor says Eagle Mountain complied with state law in transferring money from its natural gas and electricity proceeds to cover worker hours related to utility issues. The report, however, highlighted other problems.
Feb 24th - 7:36pm | Read More |      Audio
Experts discuss if 'child' could face life without parole in deputy's death
A 17-year-old girl charged with murder in the death of Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride appeared in court for the first time Monday.
Feb 24th - 7:32pm | Read More |      Audio
SLC down $1.5M after changes to downtown parking
Salt Lake City's big changes to parking hours and fees downtown seem to have backfired. The city now has a $1.5 million shortfall.
Feb 24th - 7:30pm | Read More |      Audio
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