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Data show rate of officers shooting, killing suspects on the rise but results mixed

Peter Samore  |  posted Dec 18th - 10:29pm
The state of Utah does not compile statistics for officer-involved shootings, so KSL did. Some trends are surprising, but the numbers — and the stories behind them — may put the shootings into perspective.
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Board considers ban on wood burning

Lee Lonsberry  |  posted Dec 17th - 10:07am
Utah is considering a ban on wood burning along the Wasatch Front. The Division of Air Quality claims burning wood contributes to pollution. Some residents oppose the ban, citing the economic benefits of burning wood.
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Lessons learned from Sydney: Surviving a hostage crisis

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Dec 15th - 8:25pm
Retired FBI crisis negotiator Juan Becerra said people really can prepare for the worst case scenario if they remember the tools they already have to stay alive in that situation.
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New talks over potential for legal pot on tribal Utah lands

Dave Cawley  |  posted Dec 14th - 12:44pm
Department of Justice memo opens the door to possible legalization of marijuana cultivation, possession on American Indian reservations.
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U-111 safety features questioned after deadly crash

Heather McShane  |  posted Dec 12th - 1:29pm
Engineers discuss what upgrades are planned, implemented on rural highways.
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Music gives hope to those caring for the elderly

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Dec 11th - 7:07pm
The Music and Memory Utah Coalition of the Governor's Commission on Aging is working to give everyone living with dementia iPods loaded with music in efforts to impact memory.
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Why not keep Utah State Prison in Draper?

Peter Samore  |  posted Dec 11th - 8:20am
Utah's Prison Relocation Commission says too much economic opportunity could be lost if current facility is not moved, but no city wants to take the prison.
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Utah Congressman warns intelligence report will put Americans in danger

Randall Jeppsen  |  posted Dec 9th - 7:30am
A Senate intelligence report being released today on the interrogation tactics used on detainees after the 911 attacks has US embassies on high alert around the world. Utah Congressman Chris Stewart joined Grant and Amanda on Utah's morning news.
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Missing, endangered teen found safe

Nicole Vowell  |  posted Dec 8th - 7:50pm
A runaway teen missing overnight was found safe early Monday morning.
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A U of U frat tackles sexual assault prevention

Paul Nelson  |  posted Dec 4th - 5:51am
Traditionally, women have taken the lead in the raising sexual assault prevention and awareness. But now a fraternity at the University of Utah is being praised for its efforts.
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