KSL Investigates: How safe is your Uber, Lyft or taxi ride?
When you hop into a taxi or an Uber, you probably don't think twice about safety issues. But maybe you should. KSL Investigators checked 100 Ubers, Lyfts and taxis to see how many had serious safety recalls.
2 suspected in bank robbery captured in West Valley City following multiagency chase
Two men suspected of robbing a bank were arrested Monday following a police chase involving multiple agencies.
Police: No survivors after plane carrying Sandy LDS bishop, 2 children crashes
A plane carrying a Sandy man and his two children that was reported missing Sunday was likely flying too low when it crashed and killed all three on board, police said Monday.
Box Elder County leaders looking for state, federal aid in fighting back floodwaters
Weather is impacting resources in Box Elder County. County leaders are now looking for state and federal aid in fighting back floodwaters. Some of those state resources come in, but the hope is that more will soon be on the way.
American Fork High drill team program on the chopping block
After more than 50 years performing, the American Fork High School drill team, known as the “Cavettes,” now struggle to keep the program alive.
Midvale man groped, kissed TRAX riders, charges say
A Midvale man was charged Monday with assaulting two teenage girls in separate incidents on a TRAX train before physically assaulting a Utah Transit Authority driver.
Authorities want help solving case after cat shot multiple times
Authorities are seeking the public's help discovering who is responsible for shooting a cat multiple times.
How Utah’s growing tourism industry has helped state tax revenue
Utah's growing tourism industry brought in $1.15 billion in tax revenue for Utah in 2015. That is the result of focusing more time on its primary resource: the outdoors.
Facing 'ultimatum' in Outdoor Retailer call, Herbert said state and trade show must 'part ways'
Faced with a choice between asking state leaders to back down from efforts to undo the Bears Ears Monument designation or lose the lucrative Outdoor Retailer show, Gov. Gary Herbert wouldn't budge.
Man killed by officers at waste incinerator had history of mental illness, police say
A man shot and killed at a hazardous waste disposal facility Sunday had a history of mental illness, police confirmed on Monday.
GOP governors torn over plan to repeal Obama health care law
The nation's governors don't want people in their states to lose health coverage under a repeal of the Obama-era health care law, but even after a weekend of bipartisan meetings, they still don't agree on the best approach to replace it.
UDOT on the brink of reaching $24 million budget spent on snow removal
Plow crews are rolling through their budgets pretty quickly in a snowy winter like this. Each statewide storm costs UDOT about a million dollars to clear. This winter is turning into a budget buster.
Missing toddler's father says he would never hurt his son after accusations from ex-girlfriend
The father of missing Idaho Falls toddler DeOrr Kunz Jr. says he would never hurt or do anything to his child, despite what his ex-girlfriend says in a newly released video.
West Jordan man charged after investigators find child pornography
A West Jordan man who prosecutors say possessed images of hardcore child pornography has been charged.
Lawmakers weigh option of co-prescribing naloxone with opiates
The Senate Health and Human Services Committee voted unanimously in favor of a bill to set guidelines for prescribing opiate antagonists, such as naloxone, alongside prescription opiates.
Trump warns health care system will "implode" unless fixed
President Donald Trump warned Monday that the nation's health care system was in danger of imploding and said Congress must make fundamental changes to the sweeping health law passed by his predecessor.
1 dead, I-15 northbound reopens after accidents near Provo
Interstate 15 northbound near Provo has reopened since a fatal accident and a 17-car pileup caused full lane closure Monday morning.
SpaceX to fly 2 space tourists around the moon in 2018
Two thrill seekers are paying SpaceX to make a trip around the moon next year.
4 questions you need to ask when searching for a retirement community
Retirement is full of adventure and relaxation. The right retirement community can help you make the most of your time, so here are four questions you need to ask when searching for a retirement community.
Senate passes bill allowing legal action on behalf of minors injured by pornography
A bill that would allow legal action to be taken on behalf of minors injured by pornography was unanimously passed by the Senate on Monday and now goes to the House.
Top 5 best picture Oscar winners in the last 50 years
With the 89th Academy Awards behind us, you might be wondering what the best best picture winners of all time were. We were wondering to, so we've started by looking at the five best from the last 50 years.
White House: Trump budget will hike defense spending by $54B
The White House says President Donald Trump's upcoming budget will propose a whopping $54 billion increase in defense spending and impose corresponding cuts to domestic programs and foreign aid. The result is that Trump's initial budget wouldn't dent budget deficits projected to run about $500 billion.
Make Your Week: Officer helps a stranded motorist; community rallies around couple in wheelchairs
If you live along the Wasatch Front, you likely woke up to a headache of a work commute Monday morning.
Utah lawmakers unveil alcohol law reform bill
A state lawmaker unveiled a much anticipated Utah alcohol law reform bill Monday, though several key provisions remain in flux less than two weeks before the Legislature adjourns.
Why we don't know how many abortions there are in America
Abortion is one of the most divisive issues in the country, yet no one knows exactly how many abortions are performed each year. People on both side of the issue want accurate reporting, so why doesn't America have it?
Video shows warden shoot antlers of entangled bucks to free them
What's the best way to rescue a pair of frantic, entangled bucks? As seen in a recent video, sometimes the best solution is to draw your weapon.
Duchesne teacher charged with unlawful sex with teen
A former school teacher in Duchesne County is accused of having an illegal relationship with a 16-year-old girl while he was still a teacher.
Great Clips of the Week: Creepy Jazz Bear, and Dewey beats Rose
Some sports highlights are fantastic.
Others, not so much. And some highlights are downright creepy.
Here are our favorite clips of the weekend.
UPS to build new, expanded distribution center in Salt Lake City
UPS made a big announcement last week: A new distribution center is coming to Salt Lake City and will serve customers across the western United States.