Cyclist in critical condition after early morning crash
A bicyclist is in extremely critical condition after a car struck them and pushed them 50 feet.
Martha Ostergar | Posted Oct 13th - 3:08pm
Each Tuesday we take a look back at the past week in news and events from across Utah, showcasing photos and videos submitted to KSL.com.
Natalie Dicou for University Of Utah Health Care | Posted Oct 13th - 2:43pm
Losing her baby was the most devastating event Carri Lyons ever faced, but life didn't cut her a break after it dealt her that tragedy...
Megan Marsden Christensen | Posted Oct 13th - 1:15pm
A little girl got busted for painting her Barbie with blue nail polish, but she did have a pretty good excuse for the misbehavior.
Katie McKellar | Posted Oct 13th - 12:53pm
Mayor Ralph Becker and challenger Jackie Biskupski are locked in a virtual tie in the Salt Lake City mayoral race just three weeks before Election Day, according to a UtahPolicy.com poll released Tuesday.
Shara Park and Linda Williams | Posted Oct 13th - 12:51pm
A SWAT situation unfolded Monday night after police say a fugitive hid in the attic of a house.
Tracie Snowder | Posted Oct 13th - 12:47pm
An act of kindness by a man trying to make things right after years of having a guilty conscience is going viral.
Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Oct 13th - 11:59am
The University of Utah's Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute is building an innovative, $45 million building to support their students and entrepreneurship. Learn more about their programs and the building which will open fall 2016.
Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Oct 13th - 11:29am
We recently asked readers to share the strangest lures they've used to catch fish and the comments were incredible. In this follow-up, we ask readers to share the most bizarre things they've caught while fishing.
Natalie Crofts | Posted Oct 13th - 11:17am
More than 45,000 loans from payday lenders in Utah went unpaid by the 10-week limit in 2014, according to a new state report. The average annual interest rate was 481.77 percent.
Cory A. Reich, Ph.D. Executive Clinical Director The Phoenix Recovery & Counseling Centers | Posted Oct 13th - 10:10am
One Saturday morning I received the call; the call nobody ever hopes to experience in their lifetime. The tone and cadence of my father-in-law's voice clearly indicated that something was seriously wrong.
Lisa Riley Roche,dennis Romboy | Posted Oct 13th - 8:35am
Gov. Gary Herbert said he's optimistic his efforts to expand Medicaid in Utah won't end when House Republicans meet behind closed doors Tuesday to take a straw vote on the latest proposal.
Celeste Tholen Rosenlof | Posted Oct 13th - 8:21am
Police are looking for a woman who they believe was involved in a bank robbery Wednesday night.
The Associated Press | Posted Oct 13th - 7:59am
Dixie State University is planning changes to its mascot and school nickname, but officials say they won't alter the official name that some say has racist connotations.
The Associated Press | Posted Oct 13th - 7:40am
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from a death row inmate convicted in the brutal killing of a woman 29 years ago.
Jed Boal | Posted Oct 12th - 10:35pm
A Utah rock hound recently stumbled across the find of a lifetime in Tooele County's western desert. Now he's waiting on Air Force officials tell him whether it's an unexploded bomb.
Morgan Jacobsen | Posted Oct 12th - 10:34pm
State leaders met with students and teachers Monday to better understand the needs of Utah's schools. It was a meeting teachers and students hope will translate into helpful action when the Legislature convenes in January.
Lisa Riley Roche | Posted Oct 12th - 10:33pm
Another Utahn saw his name surface over the weekend as a potential U.S. House speaker — Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah.
Tori Jorgensen | Posted Oct 12th - 10:33pm
Social media is known for its ability to connect people throughout the globe, but Salt Lake City launched an initiative Monday to support using social media as a connection between neighbors.
Pat Reavy and Sandra Yi | Posted Oct 12th - 10:33pm
The children of Noelia Popoca, who was found dead in a mobile home Sunday, say they knew as early as Friday something was wrong.
- Science as art: U. research featured in European museum
- Parental opt-out doesn't apply to civics test graduation requirement, school board says
- New education policy creating 'conundrum' for students, parents becomes official
- Federal investigators to audit Westminster College over handling of sexual assault case