1 in 5 drivers violate HOV laws, reports UHP
The Utah Department of Transportation said 20 percent of the vehicles in the freeway express lane, or HOV lane, are there illegally. UDOT has asked the Utah Highway Patrol to help it address the problem.
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Sam Penrod | Posted Oct 9th - 7:39am
President Russell M. Nelson was honored Thursday for being a pioneer in the development of open heart surgery.
The Associated Press | Posted Oct 9th - 7:22am
Officials at Northern Arizona University say a shooting outside a dormitory early this morning has left one person dead, three others wounded and the suspected shooter in custody.
Pat Reavy | Posted Oct 9th - 6:49am
A couple accused of stealing at least seven cars — all Hondas — mainly from TRAX station parking lots, now faces criminal charges.
Nicole Vowell | Posted Oct 8th - 11:05pm
KSL helps tackle the tough question of what is bullying versus teasing and explains programs are available in Utah schools to help.
Lisa Riley Roche | Posted Oct 8th - 10:44pm
The chances of Rep. Jason Chaffetz becoming U.S. House speaker jumped with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy's sudden departure Thursday from the race.
Jed Boal | Posted Oct 8th - 10:43pm
Over the last 10 years the state has witnessed 44 percent growth in tourism, compared with mid-30 percnet for neighboring states, and the future is just as bright according to state director of tourism.
Mike Anderson | Posted Oct 8th - 10:41pm
North Salt Lake City leaders are considering an ordinance that would cost developers more time and money while taking more careful measures before building in the foothills.
Ashley Kewish | Posted Oct 8th - 10:39pm
When one Springville girl learned of the loneliness her brother was feeling each day on the playground, she made a plan to help him and other children in similar situations.
Katie McKellar | Posted Oct 8th - 8:41pm
Crime, homelessness and transportation issues underscored Mayor Ralph Becker and Jackie Biskupski's KUED debate Thursday, but both took advantage of air time to exchange political jabs.
Megan Marsden Christensen | Posted Oct 8th - 8:14pm
Fear Factory is among 10 haunted attractions across the nation the Travel Channel recognized to be this year's best.
Connie Sokol, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Oct 8th - 7:26pm
In a society that often enables and even encourages entitlement, our children can gain a skewed perception on work ethic, self-motivation and genuine give-back contribution. But parents can fight back with a key word: work.
John Hollenhorst | Posted Oct 8th - 7:02pm
Why do elephants almost never get cancer? That mystery prompted three years of research on elephant blood from Hogle Zoo and Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The results of the study look very promising for humans.
Keith Ridler, Associated Press | Posted Oct 8th - 6:57pm
A hunter asleep in the remote Idaho wilderness woke up when he felt something tugging on his hair. Then he heard the black bear breathing.
Michael Biesecker and Matthew Daly, Associated Press | Posted Oct 8th - 5:29pm
Volkswagen's top U.S. executive offered deep apologies yet sought to distance himself Thursday from the emissions scandal enveloping the world's largest automaker, asserting top corporate officials had no knowledge of the cheating software installed in 11 million diesel cars.
Pat Reavy | Posted Oct 8th - 5:18pm
Police want to seize more than $2,800 in alleged drug money from a woman suspected in a fatal hit-and-run crash in September.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Oct 8th - 4:16pm
A North Ogden man accused with having sex with a teenage boy in July 2013 has pleaded guilty as part of a deal with prosecutors.
Adam Beam and Susanne M. Schafer, Associated Press | Posted Oct 8th - 3:41pm
South Carolina's capital city had too much water. Now, officials are racing to make sure it has enough.
Travis Poppleton, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Oct 8th - 3:03pm
Director Joe Wright wants to take you to Neverland before Peter Pan could fly, fight or crow. But is it a journey you should pay to experience?
The Associated Press | Posted Oct 8th - 2:03pm
A nurse accused of reusing syringes while giving flu shots to 67 patients at a pharmaceutical company voluntarily surrendered her license, New Jersey officials said Thursday.
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- Pres. Nelson honored for pioneering open heart surgery
- Officials: 1 dead, 3 wounded in shooting at Northern Arizona University; suspect in custody
- Family of slain officer denied $300K in death benefits
- 1 in 5 drivers violate HOV laws, reports UHP
- Police seek alleged drug money from woman suspected in fatal hit-and-run
- Sleeping Idaho hunter wakes up to black bear biting his head
- Charges filed in case of Hondas stolen from TRAX stations
- Travel Channel names Fear Factory a top haunted attraction
- North Ogden man pleads guilty to having sex with teen