KSL NewsRadio's Lineup
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
A YouTube video featuring former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff is evidence in a legal hearing this week over whether a green tea company violated state law.
Mar 4th - 9:40am
Educators in Utah are warning adults trying to get their GED equivalency to hurry. The tests are going to change dramatically beginning next year.
Mar 4th - 8:00am
Automatic government spending cuts were set to kick in Friday, but, "It's not going to be 'the sky is falling,'" said Gov. Herbert.
Mar 1st - 10:07pm
In conjunction with the construction of the city's new Public Safety Building, 300 East will be temporarily closed between 400 and 500 South beginning Friday until May 29.
Mar 1st - 5:59pm
University of Utah dorm residents returned home after being displaced overnight when a gas line broke.
Mar 1st - 8:36am
You hear it a lot — the hot, high-paying jobs are all in science, technology, math and engineering. Utah educators are working to help boys and girls be more interested in those fields.
Mar 1st - 6:30am
The BYU basketball team hosts No. 2 Gonzaga Thursday night at the Marriott Center in Provo. The game has major implications for both teams, and some diehard BYU fans can't wait for the game to begin.
Feb 28th - 7:00pm
While new federal guidelines require schools to serve more fruits and vegetables, BYU researchers are studying ways to keep healthy foods from ending up in the garbage.
Feb 28th - 8:56am
People the courts have barred from possessing a gun due to mental illness would have an avenue to get that restriction lifted under a bill the Utah Legislature is considering.
Feb 26th - 5:22pm
We're re-defining the face of Utah veterans and helping others understand the challenges these former military men and women face.
Feb 26th - 6:45am
A man is dead after a high-speed chase on Interstate 15 in Davis County turned into a standoff with the Utah Highway Patrol.
Feb 25th - 11:59pm
New revenue estimates for the state are all headed down, the Legislature's budget chairman announced Monday, dropping from $300 million to $264 million.
Feb 25th - 11:39am
In today's job market, it helps to have more than a high school diploma. Now politicians and business leaders are asking high school students to consider attending community college.
Feb 25th - 11:23am
There are billions of dollars in federal spending cuts set to take effect March 1. If they go through, the cuts could affect Utah in a number of ways.
Feb 22nd - 9:51pm
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