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Atv and truck crash in North Logan
By karilynfrazier at 07/30/2015 5:32 pm
Four young boys were injured when the ATV they were riding in crashed into a canal.
14year old on the run after ramming cop car
By karilynfrazier at 07/30/2015 5:24 pm
The teen and two others were pulled over for driving erratic. A 16 year old is in custody but not cooperating with police.
Body camera audio tells dramatic story of high speed chase that left one officer in the hospital
By BriannaBodilyKSL at 07/30/2015 5:17 pm
KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily has the story.
New Information on MH370
By thebrowsers at 07/30/2015 2:23 pm
Jay and Amy talked to Denny Kelly an aviation consultant and accident investigator about the wing part that washed up on an island possibly being part of MH370.
Medicaid expansion plan, Utahns still in limbo
By kslpetersamore at 07/30/2015 12:54 pm
Some 53,000 Utahns will be without health insurance, as Gov. Herbert’s deadline to expand Medicaid expires tomorrow.
SUU enrollment growth leads to housing squeeze
By kslmrichards at 07/30/2015 8:59 am
Southern Utah University officials are working to find more housing around Cedar City for all the new students. (photo:SUU)
Unclaimed veterans to get full funeral honors
By kslpetersamore at 07/30/2015 8:06 am
They have no family or friends, so a non-profit group will help 21 Utah military veterans reach their final resting spots.
Late-night standoff in Logan turns deadly
By kslpetersamore at 07/30/2015 8:05 am
Police say they shot and killed a suicidal man who fired at them first. Two officers are now on paid administrative leave.
Some accidental duplicate ballots may have been sent in Salt Lake County
By PaulNelson at 07/29/2015 8:48 pm
This is the first year that most cities in the county are using "vote by mail" as their standard method of voting. But, the County Clerk's Office is reminding people that if they receive more than one ballot, they can only send one ballot back.
Utah man beats and kills his own dog, hides body
By JeffersonCurtis at 07/29/2015 7:41 pm
A Magna man beat and killed his own dog on July 15. Ethan and Alex talk about the lack of outrage at home compared to the outrage over Cecil the Lion.
DNA confirms body found in suitcase was a missing Las Vegas woman
By PaulNelson at 07/29/2015 5:35 pm
Family members of Susana Villalavazo-Jiminez say they're happy to have closure and know what happened to her, even though they're still sad about what happened to her. Her body was found stuffed in a suitcase and abandoned along I-80 near Saltaire last spring.
Target shooters causing close calls in Davis County
By DaveCawley at 07/29/2015 5:20 pm
The Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands says it might close an area near the entrance to Antelope Island State Park to shooting. It's because irresponsible gun owners have peppered a nearby sewer treatment plant with bullets and nearly hit people on a nature trail. Photo credit: Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands
Interruptions in construction cause big delays for morning drivers on I-15
By PaulNelson at 07/29/2015 2:24 pm
Not only did people see big delays on northbound I-15 by the Point of the Mountain, but there were also problems for people riding Frontrunner trains through Draper. But, officials with UDOT and UTA don't expect the problems to be so bad on Thursday.
Sen. Orrin Hatch neither confirms nor denies plans for re-election bid
By KSLbbruce at 07/29/2015 11:24 am
A Utah elected official who has previously said this term would be his last now appears to be leaving the door open for re-election. Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, tells KSL's Doug Wright he is currently focused on doing the job in front of him. But he did not say he would not run again, when asked about campaign money in his accounts.
Three horses destroy 16th green at Glendale Golf Course
By kslmrichards at 07/29/2015 11:19 am
SLCPD calls it "senseless damage" and asks for tips. Employees have been working for hours to fix the torn-up green, after just fixing it from the last time.
SLC City Council looking again at $150m proposed rec bond
By kslmrichards at 07/29/2015 9:09 am
Around 100 people went to Tuesday night's meeting to speak up. Ksl newsradio's Mary Richards is at Glendale Golf Course with more reaction.
Unified Police: man kills dog, tells girl to lie about it
By kslpetersamore at 07/29/2015 6:38 am
Animal cruelty, death threats and an attack on officers, who say a Magna man threatened them “not to poke the bear.”
NSA shelling out big bucks to UHP
By kslpetersamore at 07/29/2015 6:37 am
The contract has a trooper positioned at the gate of the Bluffdale data collection center, 24-7.
Fraser Bullock talks about the future of the Olympic Games in Utah with Nightside
By JeffersonCurtis at 07/28/2015 7:33 pm
Fraser Bullock, former COO of the SLOC, joined Ethan and Alex to talk about the possibility of Utah hosting future Olympic games and why Utah was so successful in 2002.
The impact of the LDS Church on scouting
By PaulNelson at 07/28/2015 5:48 pm
Former scouting officials say they're not surprised The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints may reexamine its relationship with the Boy Scouts of America after a long-standing ban on gay scoutmasters was lifted. But, they say they are surprised communications broke down so badly between the two organizations. If the LDS Church were to separate itself from scouting, former scouting leaders say it the impact would be major.