Spicer resigns as White House press secretary
Latest News & Features
Andy Larsen, KSL.com | Posted Jul 21st - 10:52am
Joe Ingles told an Australian paper that he wants to use some of his new $52 million contract to help underprivileged families in Utah. In other news, Jazz players are participating in basketball camps and charity games around the globe.
Matthew Lee and Josh Lederman, Associated Press | Posted Jul 21st - 10:12am
American citizens will be barred from traveling to North Korea next month following a prohibition on using U.S. passports to enter the country, the State Department said Friday.
Brianna Bodily | Posted Jul 21st - 9:24am
Busy biologists are getting a small boost with updated tech, as they try to keep up with Utah's rising number of bears.
Keith Ridler, Associated Press | Posted Jul 21st - 9:03am
At least one tribe will seek possession of human bones found protruding from an Idaho badger hole after tests determined they weren't from modern day homicide victims but belonged to people who lived five centuries ago.
Shelbie Harris, Idaho State Journal | Posted Jul 21st - 8:48am
After landing a monster, 57-pound lake trout, Soda Springs resident Sidney Cellan has reeled his way into the Utah record books.
Andrew Adams | Posted Jul 21st - 8:25am
Max Diaz spends countless hours waving at every car he sees from his spot along Cultural Center Drive, and he’s been doing it for years.
Julie Applegate, St. George News | Posted Jul 21st - 8:00am
A coalition of public, private and government organizations is aiming to break the cycle of poverty in Washington County.
Holland & Hart | Posted Jul 21st - 8:00am
After being named a hot spot for startup and tech by multiple national media sources, it's no surprise that Utah is breeding industry leaders from all fields.
Ben Lockhart | Posted Jul 21st - 7:45am
State Sen. Jim Dabakis wants to see the state of Utah to again consider large scale Medicaid expansion, saying the Affordable Care Act is "here to stay" after an effort to replace the law failed this week.
Julie Pace, Associated Press | Posted Jul 21st - 7:21am
President Donald Trump's legal team is evaluating potential conflicts of interest among members of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigative team, three people with knowledge of the matter said Thursday. The revelations come as Mueller's investigation appears likely to probe some of the Trump family's business ties.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Jul 21st - 7:15am
A man accused of cutting up the body of a Colorado woman and hiding her remains in a suitcase after she overdosed pleaded guilty Tuesday.
Derek Gatopoulos and Ayse Wieting, Associated Press | Posted Jul 21st - 1:10am
A powerful earthquake sent a building crashing down on tourists at a bar on the Greek holiday island of Kos and struck panic on the nearby shores of Turkey early Friday, killing two people and injuring more than a hundred.
Ashley Moser | Posted Jul 20th - 10:48pm
A pet rescue ranch out in Park City is dealing with weather woes of their own after the latest storm rolled through Wednesday night.
Candice Madsen and Debbie Dujanovic | Posted Jul 20th - 10:45pm
The KSL Investigators examined the number of July fires after aerial fireworks became legal in 2011 and discovered the numbers were much higher than before the ban except for the year it rained on July 4th.
Mike Anderson | Posted Jul 20th - 9:46pm
It was a rescue with no time to spare as a Tremonton man's truck goes sinking into a canal. The driver said it happened as he went into diabetic shock.
Heather Simonsen | Posted Jul 20th - 9:25pm
For men, being the strong, silent type can be hazardous to their health. Doctors locally and nationally are hoping to save lives by starting more conversations. One Utah family knows firsthand why that's so important.
Katie McKellar | Posted Jul 20th - 9:13pm
The family of troubled Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott is asking a judge to approve his resignation from office by Aug. 1.
Salt Lake Regional Medical Center | Posted Jul 20th - 9:00pm
High school sports teach kids important lessons about teamwork and working to achieve goals, but sports of all kinds can lead to bumps and bruises. Here are six lessons every kid should learn from all-too-common sports injuries.
- Spicer resigns as White House press secretary
- Idaho resident catches record-breaking 57-pound trout in Utah
- 'Darknet' suspect's flashy cars raised eyebrows in Thailand
- Man admits cutting, hiding body in suitcase after overdose
- Man spends years standing on street, waving at West Valley drivers
- Provo woman gives birth to baby inside pants at hospital parking lot
- Elon Musk says he has 'verbal approval' to build New York-DC hyperloop
- Bountiful doctor arrested in child porn investigation
- US to ban Americans from traveling to North Korea
- 3 good Samaritans jump in canal to save man trapped in truck