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Archive: News / Utah (14 Stories)

Retailers look to last-minute holiday shoppers to boost sales

12/24/2012 7:28am
Retailers are hoping last minute holiday shoppers will be in a spending mood Monday and help boost sales on the day before Christmas.

Reluctant candidates not unusual, experts say

12/24/2012 7:49am
Mitt Romney did not want to be U.S. president anyway. That's what his oldest son, Tagg Romney, told the Boston Globe Sunday. Experts say being a reluctant candidate is not unusual.

Device detects possible heart failure before it happens

12/24/2012 8:19am
Doctors from all over the world, including Utah, are testing a device that reportedly can spot possible symptoms of heart failure before they happen.

Woman recovering after machete attack

12/24/2012 1:42pm
After kicking everybody out of his house during a party a man attacked a woman with a machete when she returned to get her cell phone, police said.

UDOT's incident management team stays busy on snowy Christmas Eve

12/24/2012 5:06pm
Though many Utahns are celebrating the arrival of a white Christmas, incident management teams tried to keep up with a frantic Christmas Eve on the roads.

Year in weird: stories that put Utah on the map

12/24/2012 5:20pm
Now that the end of 2012 is in sight, we at KSL would like to take a look back at different stories and events that shaped Utah in the past year. Here are some of the more fun, memorable ones.

Sandy neighbors work to help fire victims

12/24/2012 6:16pm
This Christmas Eve, friends and neighbors rally around two families who lost everything in a devastating fire.

Santa-tracking tradition all began with a wrong number

12/24/2012 6:28pm
Santa Claus is making his way to the United States, his reindeer are slightly delayed in all the snow. We know this because NORAD is tracking him, but only because of a mistake decades ago.

Third graders spread holiday cheer through $2 experiment

12/24/2012 7:03pm
A third grade teacher in Utah County was willing to share his secret of teaching children the joys of giving –- on condition of anonymity. He calls it his $2 science experiment.

Kiosk could keep potential drunk drivers off streets

12/24/2012 7:22pm
A lot of people will be drinking this holiday season, and a lot of them may not realize how much they've been drinking at bars and parties. Now, a local company is working on a way for them to find out.

Police looking for suspect in 3 gas station armed robberies

12/24/2012 9:35pm
Police are looking for a single suspect in three separate armed robberies at gas stations on Christmas Eve.

Christmas hope for 5-year-old with rare mutation

12/24/2012 10:13pm
This Christmas, a Utah family is celebrating a victory in the battle for their son's life.

Year in religion: from St. John's Bible to the 'Mormon Moment'

12/24/2012 10:26pm
From many more missionaries to the Mormon Moment, from immigration to a Bible that's a work of art — these religion stories and others made the KSL TV Year-End Review for 2012.

After escaping abuse, a woman gives back in time for Christmas

12/24/2012 11:59pm
After escaping an abusive home at 15, Tiffany Barnes is trying to help others in a similar situation.
 
   
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