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Federal government proposes to limit speeds of all semi trucks

By PaulNelson at 08/26/2016 6:19 pm         
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is proposing to install electronic devices on all big rigs to keep their speeds topped at 68 miles per hour. Some truckers back this proposal, but, others say they have a safety concern.

UFA dealing with more arson fires this year

By PaulNelson at 08/26/2016 6:11 pm         
Overall, the number of arsons across the state have remained steady this year. But, there are some agencies, like Unified Fire Authority, that have seen a jump.

UHP stops "suicide load" of drugs in S. Utah

By kslcleon at 08/26/2016 6:00 pm         
Around 370 pounds of marijuana and 20 pounds of meth were seized in separate drug busts in yesterday. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque explains why drug runners aren't even bothering to conceal their shipments as they travel through the Beehive State. (Picture: Utah Highway Patrol)

Millions in meth and marijuana seized

By KSLMarc at 08/26/2016 3:02 pm         
The Utah Highway Patrol says it's seized potentially millions of dollars in illegal drugs in separate traffic stops along I-15 in Southern Utah this week. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has the story.

Police find Utah family's stolen moving truck, emptied out

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 08/26/2016 12:18 pm         
Good and bad news in the case of a stolen moving truck that left a Utah family stranded and destitute in New Mexico: police say they found the truck but very little was left inside. The link to their gofundme page:

FDA instructs all blood banks to screen for Zika

By kslpetersamore at 08/26/2016 12:06 pm         
Zika virus has afflicted more people in the southeast. One blood bank in Utah says it expected to start testing for it.

Marilyn Koolstra extended interview clip

By DaveCawley at 08/26/2016 11:30 am         
The wife of Australian backpacker Eric Robinson speaks with KSL's Dave Cawley about her husband, his 2011 disappearance in the Uinta Mountains and the recovery of his remains five years later. Marilyn Koolstra says Robinson was an engineer who had trekked all across the globe. Photo credit: Dave Cawley

Family expresses peace, gratitude after missing hiker's remains are recovered in the High Uintas Wilderness

By DaveCawley at 08/26/2016 11:25 am         
The wife of Australian backpacker Eric Robinson says she's grateful to the searchers and hikers who spent five years looking for her husband. Marilyn Koolstra spoke with the family who found human remains likely belonging to her husband near Allsop Lake in the Uinta Mountains. Photo credit: Dave Cawley, KSL

Another arson fire near Farmington

By kslpetersamore at 08/26/2016 8:33 am         
A mountain fire east of Farmington has caused quite a scare, especially since it was deliberately set.

UVU professor: Utah could help Trump lose election

By kslpetersamore at 08/26/2016 8:12 am         
A conspiracy theory suggests “Never Trumpers” voting in Utah could help the Republican establishment pick the next president in November.