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Growth pushes Powder Mountain developers to new water system

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 4:41pm

Powder Mountain water users are looking for a new system as future development and the deletion of a spring as a drinking water source has forced changes to water rights in the area.

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Amber Alert issued out of Kaysville for 3 children

Natalie Crofts  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 4:32pm

The Kaysville Police Department asked for help Monday to locate three children who were reportedly abducted. They were found a short time after the alert went out.

Hike Lakeview Trail for secluded overlook of Rockport Reservoir

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 3:29pm

With summer heating up, it’s a great idea to hit up a hike that also gives you the option of swimming.

Another evaluation ordered for woman accused of leaving newborn in trash

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 3:00pm

A woman accused of abandoning her newborn baby in a trash can will face yet another competency evaluation before a decision is made about how to proceed with the case against her.

Police identify boy who died in Ogden fire

Natalie Crofts  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 1:40pm

Ogden police identified the 4-year-old boy who died in a house fire over the weekend.

Go underwater, explore with new virtual reality games

Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 1:01pm

Virtual reality games are increasing and improving, providing a unique immersive experience.

Utah's primary turnout already 'surpassing a snoozer' election

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 12:41pm

Many Utahns have already voted in Tuesday's primary thanks to a record number of counties holding vote-by-mail elections, but officials say it's not too late for voters to make their voices heard.

Is gluten making you sick?

Erica Hansen, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 10:47am

Chances are you know someone who has been avoiding gluten. Should you be too?

Opponents of proposed coal project demand investigation

The Associated Press  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 10:15am

Several environmental groups are calling for a federal investigation into Utah's plans to invest $53 million in a proposed expansion of a California port to export coal to Asia.

Make Your Week: There is still good in the world

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 9:44am

It's hard to get out of bed on a Monday and even harder to go to work. KSL.com strives to make your Monday better by sharing inspiring stories from our readers.

ICYMI: 10 stories from the weekend

Xoel Cardenas and Sean Walker  |  Posted  Jun 27th - 7:30am

Here are 10 stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.

1-year-old Riverton boy left in car for hours, expected to survive

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 10:21pm

A 1-year-old boy has been upgraded from critical condition and is expected to survive after police say he was left in a hot car for more than two hours on Sunday.

Boy dies, woman critically injured in Ogden fire

Carter Williams  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 10:19pm

A 4-year-old boy is dead and his 28-year-old mother is in critical condition after a fire was accidentally started by the boy as he was playing with a butane torch at a home early Sunday morning, police and fire officials said.

4 Utah public health clinics to expand dental services with new federal funds

Wendy Leonard  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 10:00pm

Utah Partners for Health planned on offering dental care at its Midvale clinic, but with a new federal grant of $350,000, it is happening much sooner than expected. Three other clinics in Utah will also expand oral health care to patients in need.

Battle continues against southern Utah Saddle Fire; Box Elder blaze under control

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 9:35pm

Crews in southern Utah continued efforts Sunday to defend the town of Pine Valley against the growing Saddle Fire, while full containment was reported at a smaller blaze in Box Elder County.

State administrative services department boss retires

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 8:33pm

Kim Hood, executive director of the Utah Department of Administrative Services, is retiring July 1 after 18 years in state government.

45 new locations open to provide free summer meals for kids

Abby Hobbs, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 8:08pm

The federally funded Summer Food Service Program has responded to Utah's more than 220,000 hungry students by opening 45 new locations this year, making the state home to 283 free summer lunch spots for kids from low-income families.

Millcreek set to narrow candidates for its first city leaders

Katie McKellar  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 7:31pm

Nine passionate Millcreek residents are competing to become their brand new city's first mayor, but only two will survive past Tuesday's primary.

Utah GOP brings up father's bank scandal in son's race

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 7:00pm

Democratic congressional candidate Doug Owens is criticizing a Utah Republican Party email highlighting the involvement of his father, the late Rep. Wayne Owens, in the 1992 U.S. House bank scandal.

Chaffetz: I'm going to be 'kid in a candy store' as Oversight chairman with a President Trump

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  Jun 26th - 6:25pm

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, said Monday that if he's re-elected to Congress, his House Oversight and Government Reform Committee would be just as tough on a President Donald Trump as it would be on a President Hillary Clinton.