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Brigham Young University-Idaho teams up with Arizon State Univeristy to make credit transfers easier

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/23/2017 9:59 pm         
KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily has the story.

Days before graduation, Mapleton senior killed in car accident

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/23/2017 8:42 pm         
Photo: Shaw family

Are you scared yet?

By KSLHeather at 05/23/2017 6:03 pm         
Did the latest terror attack in Europe focused on a "soft target" shake your confidence? Police in Manchester, England say a suicide bomber went after Ariana Grande fans at an arena. And now, the U-K is at its highest possible terror alert level. Ogden Police Cheif Randy Watt is a counter-terrorism expert and says there's a reason attackers focus on places like sports arenas.

Wildlife officials beefing up inspections for quagga mussels

By PaulNelson at 05/23/2017 5:07 pm         
The DWR is warning boaters heading out this weekend to make sure they have their boats properly drained and dry in order to prevent the mussels from spreading to other waters. (Photo: Shutterstock, file)

Police searching for stolen 800 pound statue

By PaulNelson at 05/23/2017 4:43 pm         
Salt Lake City Police say four people stole a bronze statue of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young from a business complex in the early morning hours. (Photo: surveillance video)

LDS Church updates status of President Thomas S. Monson

By KSLMarc at 05/23/2017 3:19 pm         
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-say saints says the 89 year old President of the Church has cut back on his activities. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Police: Man arrested after robbing 7-Eleven with hatchet

By kslpetersamore at 05/23/2017 11:33 am         
The hatchet gave him away. Unified Police say they’ve arrested a man who robbed a 7-Eleven twice, and maybe a Taco Bell, in Taylorsville. More on the story:

Prior assault allegations stacking up against DSU rape suspect

By kslmrichards at 05/23/2017 8:28 am         
Investigators say a man accused of raping a Dixie State University student who agreed to meet for coffee, now has as many as six prior cases in his history.

LDS Church merging two missions in Russia

By kslmrichards at 05/23/2017 8:24 am         
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released the following statement regarding the merging of two missions in Russia: The First Presidency announces that effective July 1, the Russia Vladivostok Mission will merge with the Russia Novosibirsk Mission. Doing so requires fewer volunteers to staff the combined mission. In anticipation of this change, volunteers from the Vladivostok mission who were to be released in July will return home in late May, and volunteers who would have returned home in August will be reassigned and complete their service in missions in the United States. President and Sister Perkinson, who have presided over the Russia Vladivostok Mission for the past two years, have been released. We are grateful for their years of faithful service. The Europe East Area Presidency will supervise the combining of the two missions.

What can be done to protect “soft targets” from attacks like the one in Manchester

By rjeppesen at 05/23/2017 8:07 am         
Can anything be done to protect crowds or other “soft targets” from attacks similar to what happened in Manchester? ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s morning news to look at what is being done, and the key to preventing future attacks. (photo credit: ABC News)