11/27/2012 7:39amThe University of Utah is trying to get a new Master's Degree approved which could make its computing students more attractive to video game makers.
11/27/2012 7:51amA man charged in the 1986 killing of his former girlfriend has been ordered to stand trial.
11/27/2012 7:52amCaleb woke up early one Saturday morning and decided the frozen water on the ground wasn't good enough, so he pulled on his boots and went on an adventure.
11/27/2012 8:36amSmall businesses may have been among the hardest hit during the recession, but ever-changing technology is giving some small business owners a leg up in a still-struggling economy, and is making things easier for consumers, as well.
11/27/2012 8:42amOne of Utah's smaller school districts is investing in iPads for every student. In January, 280 students at North Summit High School will receive an iPad.
11/27/2012 9:26amAs crucial deadlines are fast approaching for mortgage foreclosure relief, KSL is providing an updated summary of assistance available for struggling homeowners and other victims of unfair lending practices — and what you need to do to access it.
11/27/2012 11:57amWith the election now behind us, the period for politics subsides, and the time for thoughtful policy and governance must begin again in earnest.
11/27/2012 1:45pmSaratoga Springs Fire Chief Jess Campbell couldn't help but notice small disabled boy during the Saratoga Splash event earlier this summer.
11/27/2012 3:09pmWhooping cough outbreaks have been reported at four Utah County elementary schools.
11/27/2012 5:42pmA second person has been arrested in connection with the death of a man at a Midvale apartment complex three months ago.
11/27/2012 5:43pmA Utah truck driver contends global shipping giant FedEx had him fired because he speaks with a Russian accent.
11/27/2012 5:45pmAccording to the U.S. Department of Education, Utah's high school graduation rate is up to 76 percent, but some minority student rates have dropped much lower than they were.
11/27/2012 5:51pmScientists are warning consumers about the possible dangerous side effects of drinking a glass of grapefruit juice when taking certain medications.
11/27/2012 6:26pmA group of BYU students have created a baby monitor they think can greatly help lower the number of children who die from sudden infant death syndrome.
11/27/2012 6:30pmBlack Friday gun sales and their related background checks hit record levels nationally and in Utah - more a sign of future gun regulation fears than an all-out blitz on spendy stocking stuffers, gun store workers said Tuesday.
11/27/2012 6:59pmThe daughter of a woman found dead inside her Cottonwood Heights home has been arrested and is accused of stabbing her mother multiple times.
11/27/2012 7:12pmUtah's non-profits hope "giving Tuesday" will make a lasting impact this holiday season and throughout the year for needy families throughout the state.
11/27/2012 7:47pmOne Utah family has a special goal this holiday season: To do something special for children in an African Village through a sport that they love.
11/27/2012 7:51pmA construction worker died Tuesday afternoon as the result of injuries he sustained during an accident.
11/27/2012 9:12pmA grocery store with a loyal following opens this Friday in Salt Lake City. Trader Joe's is expected to attract a slew of shoppers, all eager for their unique name-brand products.
11/27/2012 9:20pmA water pipeline that serves two-thirds of Ogden, and part of Weber County is getting a much-needed overhaul. The century-old pipes have leaks, and there was even a major water main break several years ago.
11/27/2012 9:54pmIt is one of the most anticipated annual charity events benefiting Primary Children's Medical Center: the Festival of Trees. This year's event kicked off Tuesday night with a VIP event.
11/27/2012 10:54pmThe Utah Civil Air Patrol was looking for a plane that disappeared Sunday after taking off from Fillmore. Now family members are hoping a miracle will bring their loved ones home.
11/27/2012 10:57pmTwo women were killed Tuesday when the car they were traveling in was hit from behind and swerved into a head-on collision on state Route 36.
11/27/2012 11:02pmThe Bureau of Land Management held a wild horse round-up Tuesday in a remote section of Utah, hoping to capture as many horses as possible.
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