A judge Wednesday dismissed charges against two Springdale town officials accused of mismanaging cash fines collected from tourists at traffic stops.
Sam Penrod and Andrew Wittenberg | posted Jun 19th - 11:12pm
Amy Joi O'donoghue and Ashley Kewish | posted Jun 19th - 11:02pm
Lehi is dangerously close to running out of drinking water, so the city has imposed watering restrictions on its 12,000 households. But Lehi isn't the only Utah city facing a water shortage problem.
Pat Reavy and Sandra Yi | posted Jun 19th - 10:38pm
Jed Boal | posted Jun 19th - 10:29pm
Marine Corps boot camp is grueling -- physically, mentally and emotionally. The three-month grind breeds a reputation as one of the toughest challenges a human can endure.
Sammy Linebaugh, For Ksl News | posted Jun 19th - 10:07pm
A judge in Nevada has ruled against federal prosecutors who sought to delay the civil case against Jeremy Johnson and other iWorks defendants, paving the way for testimony that could involve Utah Attorney General John Swallow.
Mckenzie Romero | posted Jun 19th - 9:36pm
Mayor Ralph Becker voiced concern for Salt Lake City's poorest residents Wednesday before vetoing the City Council's 2013-14 budget and its accompanying 13.8 percent tax increase.
Alex Cabrero | posted Jun 19th - 9:12pm
The Bonneville Cutthroat trout, which is almost on the endangered list, is being re-introduced to the waters of Millcreek Canyon. But first, the non-native fish must go.
Amy Joi O'donoghue | posted Jun 19th - 8:08pm
The first national study of its kind done by the Harvard School of Public Health links high air pollution levels to babies born with autism. That is a concern to the Utah Autism Coalition and clean air advocates.
Marjorie Cortez | posted Jun 19th - 7:37pm
Should Utah launch a national registry for putative fathers? Should access to adoption records be expanded? The Utah Legislature's Health and Human Services Interim Committee weighed the risks and benefits of both on Wednesday.
Andrew Adams | posted Jun 19th - 7:05pm
The debate over whether or not to impeach embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow spilled over into the Capitol rotunda Wednesday, with demonstrators trying to give lawmakers a nudge.
Jennifer Stagg | posted Jun 19th - 6:03pm
Paul Foy, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 3:50pm
Haley Smith | posted Jun 19th - 12:48pm
Celeste Tholen Rosenlof | posted Jun 19th - 11:57am
Lindsay Maxfield | posted Jun 19th - 11:20am
Darin Mellot, KSL.com Contributor | posted Jun 19th - 11:03am
Bill Gephardt | posted Jun 19th - 9:55am
Paul Nelson | posted Jun 19th - 8:50am
Katie Mckellar | posted Jun 19th - 7:47am
Haley Smith | posted Jun 19th - 7:41am
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