A driver was hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday after a large service truck rolled on I-15 near Willard.
Jasen Lee | posted 49 minutes ago
A group designed to preserve the Wasatch Mountains will create a working group that will examine and review the possible exchange involving Snowbird ski resort and the U.S. Forest Service.
Pat Reavy | posted Jun 30th - 6:39pm
A man police suspect was high on drugs broke into a Salt Lake home Tuesday and terrorized a family, including five young children.
Megan Marsden Christensen | posted Jun 30th - 6:35pm
Starting this Sunday, LDS Church leaders will read a letter regarding the Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage to members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the United States and Canada.
Geoff Liesik | posted Jun 30th - 6:30pm
A couple is offering a $500 reward for anyone who can help police identify a partially-dressed man who they believe has taken an unhealthy interest in their dog.
Shara Park | posted Jun 30th - 6:21pm
Police in Salt Lake are looking for a man accused of robbing and stabbing another man near Temple Square.
Pat Reavy | posted Jun 30th - 6:13pm
A Salt Lake man who went outside his apartment to see if anyone needed help after he heard gunshots was shot himself after exchanging fire with a group of men.
Natalie Crofts | posted Jun 30th - 6:11pm
A string of "brazen" burglaries has law enforcement warning residents to lock their homes and vehicle doors. Police said a group of four men have been entering through unlocked doors at night, often while residents are sleeping.
Ben Lockhart | posted Jun 30th - 5:28pm
After investigating a brutal attack and vandalism against a gay man, the Millard County Sheriff's Office announced Tuesday afternoon that the crimes were staged.
Pat Reavy | posted Jun 30th - 4:55pm
A Washington judge on Tuesday rejected a motion by Steven Powell to throw out the 2011 search of his Puyallup, Washington, home by West Valley police and all the evidence seized because of it, thereby clearing the way for trial to begin next week.
Robert Jackson | posted Jun 30th - 3:30pm
Each Tuesday we take a look back at the past week in news from across Utah, showcasing photos and videos submitted by KSL.com users.
Natalie Crofts | posted Jun 30th - 12:45pm
Minutes before robbing a Wells Fargo in Salt Lake City, police say the same man attempted to rob another bank nearby. Investigators are asking for help to identify him.
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Jun 30th - 11:59am
After receiving treatment at Shriner's Hospital for Children in Salt Lake City for more than a decade, a Bountiful teen decided to "give something back" and dedicate his Eagle Scout project to the hospital.
Kyle Fowers, KSL.com Contributor | posted Jun 30th - 11:45am
A University of Utah student created a food cooler system to help solve the problem of bulky, hard coolers. The Cold Shoulder bag is a backpack with an integrated removable cooler. Blevins has turned to Kickstarter to launch production.
Emi Rigby, KSL.com Contributor | posted Jun 30th - 11:01am
Back to reality after a dream vacation? Here are some tips for bouncing back.
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You've just returned from an incredible trail ride. Your machine is plastered with mud and is ready for a bath. You quickly hose it off and park it in storage. You think it looks nice on the outside, but on the inside it's screaming.
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Jun 30th - 9:59am
After capturing drone footage of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal, several Utahns and a California resident created and released a documentary.
Megan Marsden Christensen | posted Jun 30th - 9:46am
Canada native Hugh Smith will be competing in his home country at the upcoming 2015 Toronto Pan American Games.
KSL.com | posted Jun 30th - 9:19am
A third convenience store in Salt Lake County was robbed in the past two days and police say the same man is responsible for all three.
Megan Marsden Christensen | posted Jun 30th - 9:02am
An exhibit with original illustrations from the famous Little Golden Books can be viewed at the Provo City Library this summer.
Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press | posted Jun 30th - 8:24am
Contact-lens manufacturers say a hotly contested Utah law banning minimum prices for their product takes direct aim at their business model, and they will lose money if it stays on the books.
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