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Human error probably was not a factor in the Army's mistaken shipment of live anthrax samples to numerous U.S. government and commercial laboratories in the U.S. and in South Korea, the Army's top general said Thursday.
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Teen hit and killed in Southern Utah

Linda Williams  |  posted 31 minutes ago
A 14-year-old boy died after being hit by a pickup truck. The driver told police he reached for food just prior to the crash, police said.
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St. George 1 of possible host cities for Ironman World Championship

The Associated Press  |  posted 33 minutes ago
Three cities are in the running to host 2017's Ironman 70.3 World Championship, including one in Utah.
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3 Inverter tips for designing your solar array

by KSL Local  |  BrandView  
Which solar inverter is right for your needs? Find out from the pros.
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Utah doctor asks judge to toss conviction in ex-wife's death

The Associated Press  |  posted May 28th - 9:22am
A Utah doctor found guilty of murder in his ex-wife's death is asking a judge to overturn his conviction.
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Utah stars in pro skateboarder’s video

Martha Ostergar  |  posted May 28th - 9:02am
Professional skateboarder Kilian Martin wanted to make a different kind of skateboarding video, and that vision included the natural beauty of Utah.
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Artists to submit work for Regent Street project

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted May 28th - 8:14am
Mayor Ralph Becker and the Salt Lake City Arts Council's Art Design Board are asking professional artists and artist-led teams in Utah, across the nation and around the world to submit art for the upcoming Regent Street project.
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Charges filed against couple accused of 'skimming' data from Utah ATMs

Ben Lockhart  |  posted May 28th - 7:59am
A man and woman accused of defrauding Utah banking customers with a hidden electronic device were indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday.
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Car hits pole, knocks out power

Shara Park  |  posted May 28th - 7:37am
Rocky Mountain Power crews restored power to more than 1,500 customers after a crash knocked out electricity early Thursday morning.
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Website helps dads to fight against 'absentee' or 'deadbeat' stigma

Sara Jarman  |  posted May 27th - 11:59pm
Changing the cultural dialogue about fathers is something that Utah dads Chase Walker and Nathan Robbins have dedicated their lives to with their website The Daily Dad.
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Live anthrax inadvertently sent out from Dugway Proving Ground

Robert Burns, Associated Press  |  posted May 27th - 10:53pm
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday it is investigating what the Pentagon called an inadvertent shipment of live anthrax spores from an Army facility in Utah to government and commercial laboratories in as many as nine states, as well as one overseas, that expected to receive dead spores.
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Ballet West's prima ballerina Christiana Bennett retires at age 34

Carole Mikita  |  posted May 27th - 10:53pm
Ballet West's prima ballerina, Christiana Bennett, has taken off her toe shoes for the last time — retiring at the young age of 34.
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2 dogs vanish in La Sal Mountains during bear hunt

Andrew Adams  |  posted May 27th - 10:52pm
Two highly trained hunting dogs mysteriously vanished in the La Sal Mountains over the Memorial Day weekend, launching a sheriff's investigation and prompting the owner of the dogs to offer a reward.
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Controls to 1M-gallon water tank found riddled with bullets

Nicole Vowell  |  posted May 27th - 10:52pm
Police are seeking the public's help to find out who shot the central control system to Santaquin City's main culinary water supply tank.
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More than 100 Gunnison Valley homes flooded after storm

Ben Lockhart  |  posted May 27th - 10:51pm
More than 100 homes in central Utah were affected by flooding Wednesday evening, police said.
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Veteran chopper pilot set to retire after 4 decades in the air

Sam Penrod  |  posted May 27th - 9:14pm
After flying helicopters for more than 45 years, including 20 at KSL and 10 at Intermountain Healthcare, a veteran Utah pilot is retiring.
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Poll: Which of these '80s cars do you prefer?

by KSL Cars  |  BrandView  
The ultimate battle of the '80s cars through a series of polls. Are you cruisin' for a bruisin' in a Pontiac Firebird or traveling back in time in a Delorean?
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Man sent to prison for burning toddler with scalding water

The Associated Press  |  posted May 27th - 8:42pm
A 19-year-old man accused of burning a toddler's hands and genitals with scalding hot water has been sentenced to one to 15 years in prison.
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Report reveals most obese, skinniest states in U.S.

Jessica Ivins  |  posted May 27th - 8:29pm
When it comes to the fight against obesity in America, Utah is faring quite well. But the nation as a whole is getting fatter.
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School finds special help for student who lost arm

Mike Anderson  |  posted May 27th - 8:18pm
Seven-year-old Grant Goodsell lost his left arm to cancer about a year and a half ago. Coincidentally, a school volunteer was able to provide the unique help he needs to adapt.
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Police: Man tried to mow woman's grass, then attacked her

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 27th - 7:19pm
A man who police say "aggressively" helped a woman mow her grass before attacking her has been arrested.
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