Pat Reavy | posted 8 minutes ago
A man who police say "violently" shook a dog and then threw it was arrested Tuesday.
Natalie Crofts | posted 13 minutes ago
Police identified the body of a woman found at the base of Bridal Veil Falls on Tuesday.
Pat Reavy | posted 14 minutes ago
Prosecutors have dropped prescription fraud charges against one of the Unified Fire Authority's assistant chiefs.
Brian Skoloff, Associated Press | posted 16 minutes ago
Attorneys working to pick a jury for the penalty retrial of convicted murderer Jodi Arias have cut more than 50 percent of 400 potential panelists called in this week, many who said they knew too much about the case to be impartial or had already made up their minds about her punishment.
Tad Walch | posted 17 minutes ago
Pat Reavy | posted 26 minutes ago
The announcement of a Salt Lake police officer being cleared in a high-profile shooting was actually the second time the district attorney's office has used body camera video as evidence.
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted 26 minutes ago
Pat Reavy | posted 34 minutes ago
Nicole Vowell and Jessica Ivins | posted Oct 1st - 6:26pm
Pat Reavy | posted Oct 1st - 5:59pm
Keith McCord | posted Oct 1st - 5:44pm
The Associated Press | posted Oct 1st - 3:21pm
A member of Warren Jeffs' polygamous sect who oversaw an Idaho home where nine boys were sent on "repentance missions" by their parents has been given jail time on child abuse charges that included locking one teen in a furnace room for two days.
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Oct 1st - 3:19pm
Brock Allen | posted Oct 1st - 2:11pm
Robert Jackson | posted Oct 1st - 2:03pm
Celeste Tholen Rosenlof | posted Oct 1st - 11:06am
Whitney Evans | posted Oct 1st - 10:51am
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Oct 1st - 10:39am
People's lives often seem more interesting and exciting online, and one man made a video to show his reality vs. typical GoPro videos.
Taylor Sparks, KSL.com Contributor | posted Oct 1st - 10:14am
The Utah Energy Research Triangle and the Governor's Energy Leadership Scholars create a bridge between Utah's research community and the state's energy needs.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue | posted Oct 1st - 7:52am
A Utah Rivers Council report released Tuesday shows significant water savings if eight selected cities phased out property taxes going to water districts. Residents would pay more, but water would be saved in the nation's second most arid state.
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