HBO led all television networks with nine
Golden Globe nominations on Thursday while
Netflix, which didn't exist as an original
programming source until February, snagged six
nominations – more than stalwarts ABC, CBS and
Post-pregnancy fitness selfies: Why do they make us crazy?
Before you're outraged at yet another story
on Maria Kang, the mom who sparked outrage
with her scantily clad "What's your excuse?"
photo, or Caroline Berg Eriksen, the fitness
blogger who created a firestorm after posting
a shot that she claimed was just four days
after giving birth, hear me out.
Backyard ice rink gets early start with cold weather
A family's 15-year tradition of building an ice rink in their backyard
brings neighbors together.
Remodeled LDS visitors' center opens in Mexico City
The newly-remodeled Mexico City Temple
Visitors' Center has opened to the public and
includes a couple of firsts.
Ogden, Salt Lake City nominated as best ski towns
Two Utah cities were nominated as top ski towns in North America.
'Layaway Angels' are anonymously footing the remaining bill for
layaway items at Walmart and Kmart stores across the nation.
Detective resigns after citizenship status revealed
All her life, Carmen Figueroa believed that she
was born in the United States. It was what her
mother had always told her.
Interpreter at Mandela event: I was hallucinating
The man accused of faking sign interpretation while standing alongside world leaders like U.S. President Barack Obama at Nelson Mandela's memorial service said Thursday he hallucinated that angels were entering the stadium, has schizophrenia and has been violent in the past.
Dead leopard, other swag snagged at mansion party
Authorities have recovered a huge haul of high-
end swag that thieves snagged during a party at
an empty mansion – including armor, shields and
a stuffed snow leopard worth $250,000.
600 students evacuated due to fire
A fire at an elementary school Thursday morning
sent students to a local church for shelter.
Pay gains for young women; inequality still seen
About 75 percent of young women believe the
U.S. needs to do more to bring about equality
in the workplace, a new study finds.
Utah gas prices among lowest in nation
Utah motorists experienced one of the greatest
drops in gas prices in the country over the
past month. The current average price for
regular gasoline in the Beehive State
registered at $3.05 a gallon, according to AAA
Ad campaign targets uninsured young adults as key to low premiums
Health administrators in Utah are taking to
social media to persuade a key younger
demographic of the uninsured to sign up for
health coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Firefighter gives back to fallen, injured heroes
A local firefighter has started a clothing company in hopes of helping
families of fallen or injured emergency responders through a
financially and emotionally pressing time.
Time to clean house, A.G. candidates agree
The pack of Republican lawyers vying to replace
former Attorney General John Swallow didn't
vary much in their political and philosophical
positions during a debate Wednesday, agreeing
that it's time to clean house in the office he
Former nurse accused of sexual assault due in court
A former nurse accused of sexually assaulting a
patient five times in one night is expected to
be in court Thursday morning.
Jefferson and Jazz roll past Kings 122-101
The Jazz get Derrick Favors and Marvin Williams
back and a win over the Kings 122-101.
West Valley police chief orders audit on all cases from 2013
West Valley Police Chief Lee Russo has ordered
an audit of all of his department's cases over
the past year.
Interpreter for deaf at Mandela event called fake
As one world leader after another paid homage to Nelson Mandela at a memorial service, the man standing at arm's length from them appeared to interpret their words in sign language. But advocates for the deaf say he was a faker.
Pope Francis is Time's Person of the Year
Time magazine selected Pope Francis as its Person of the Year on Wednesday, saying the Catholic Church's new leader has changed the perception of the 2,000-year-old institution in an extraordinary way in a short time.
10-year-old finds bobcat in backyard
At first 10-year-old Tailia Westmoreland thought her dogs were
barking at a neighbor's cat. She had just gotten home from school
Wednesday when she came face to face with a bobcat in her backyard.
Lockdown lifted after false report of gunman at McKay-Dee Hospital
A verbal threat at McKay-Dee Hospital caused the hospital to be put
on lockdown briefly Wednesday afternoon.
Passerby was mistakenly used as translator in Esar Met murder case
A man who went to the scene of a brutal murder to offer help to the
victim's family unintentionally ended up working as a translator for
police. Some officers mistakenly believed that he worked for the FBI or
was there in an official capacity.
Bailiffs disciplined for leaving teen in holding cell
Two Uintah County bailiffs have been disciplined and security procedures have been changed following an incident where a teenage girl was forgotten in a holding cell for hours after the state courthouse in Vernal had closed for the day.
Weather service identifies migrating flock of swans as storm
The Salt Lake office of the National Weather Service radar tracked a huge flock of migrating swans this week.
Semi rollover in Springville causes major traffic delays on I-15
A semi rolled over on I-15 northbound near the 1400 North exit in
Springville around 3:15 Wednesday afternoon, causing heavy delays
Mandatory ban on wood-burning stoves for 5 Utah counties
Even though pollution levels have not reached
the federal standard for unhealthy, the Utah
Division of Air Quality decided to get a jump-
start on prevention by putting out restrictions
for fireplaces and wood-burning stoves and is
asking motorists to reduce travel.
Wednesday's Child: Chelsea
For the 350 children living in foster care in
Utah, Christmas morning might be at an
unfamiliar place with little or no presents.
KSL TV reporter Ashley Kewish teamed up with
the Adoption Exchange and took 17-year-old
10 helpful tips for caring for your cut Christmas tree
The holiday season is here, and with it comes
the popular Christmas tree debate: Real or
artificial? If you find yourself wanting to
join the real tree camp, or have bought fresh
cut trees for years but are in need of help
in caring for that tree, here are ten helpful