July 6th, 2015
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03/06/2013 7:00amSome studies show more college graduates than their are college-level jobs, but others show college is still worth it, including a recently released Utah report.
03/06/2013 7:32amA 91-year-old woman discovered being "reborn" is not easy once you've been reported dead. She lost insurance coverage, Medicare and Social Security benefits.
03/06/2013 7:57amAre boys being treated differently at school than girls? In the early formative years, different treatment can lead to long term consequences.
03/06/2013 8:40amWhen Chrisy Ross first moved to Utah, she thought she had discovered a real-life Mayberry. She soon discovered that life was different for non-Mormons in Utah. She shared her experiences in a book "To Mormons with Love."
03/06/2013 8:51amFour children who lost their father in an avalanche last week will remember him as a devoted dad who valued family time above all else.
03/06/2013 9:35amIt's like the universe decided to start throwing rocks at the Earth this year. Why space rocks keep coming isn't clear, but this month a comet is making its closest approach to Earth and should be visible with the naked eye.
03/06/2013 10:01amCoaching services is the category that the Utah Division of Consumer Protection gets its most complaints about.
03/06/2013 10:17amIs increasing the minimum wage good for business? Why funding education is a sound investment and the finicky housing market is on an uptick.
03/06/2013 11:40amWhat does it take to become a Disney villain? A pair of skates, a really big hat and a desire to be bad.
03/06/2013 3:52pmNicknamed "Snowquester," a storm hitting the eastern United States is forcing the federal government to close its offices for the time being, and flights from eastern airports to be cancelled.
03/06/2013 4:22pmThere may still be snow in your front yard, but that doesn't mean you can't get out and enjoy a round of golf. Three Utah courses are already open and three more are set to open in the next few days.
03/06/2013 4:51pmPolice arrested a man Tuesday after he allegedly assaulted his girlfriend, stole a necklace from a 12-year-old and smashed the window of a police vehicle with his head.
03/06/2013 6:37pmA 10-year-old boy was killed Wednesday after apparently riding his bicycle in front of a semitrailer.
03/06/2013 6:38pmA cement worker received significant injuries after his leg was caught in the auger of a cement pump truck Wednesday morning.
03/06/2013 6:40pmYet another person has been swindled out of thousands of dollars by what appears to be serial con artists peddling fake diamonds to unsuspecting victims, according to police.
03/06/2013 6:42pmSo far this week in the 2013 Utah Legislative Session, two bills addressing gun control move closer to becoming law, the Senate approves the prison relocation, and cockfighting could become a felony.
03/06/2013 6:45pmThis week's Wednesday's Child is a sweet kid who loves video games. But it was Airbourne Trampoline Arena where he wanted to meet KSL News for his interview.
03/06/2013 6:49pmA man arrested for the death of a teenage girl found in the Jordan River last year was cleared as a person of interest Wednesday.
03/06/2013 6:52pmA new bill on Utah's Capitol Hill would make it illegal to publish mug shots in magazines or on websites that demand money to take them down.
03/06/2013 7:01pmAfter a mother discovered items from 1996 in her child's classroom emergency backpacks, she and other Parent Teacher Association members are outfitting the school properly for an emergency. But is your child's school's emergency supplies up to date?
03/06/2013 8:15pmThe old La-Z-Boy facility in Tremonton has been empty since 2008. A company was ready to move in the vacant building, but some residents say no way.
03/06/2013 9:01pmStaff Sergeant Ben Sorensen was welcomed home from Afghanistan today with a unique gift: his 1987 Chevy Blazer got a complete makeover. All of the parts and labor were donated and it all happened thanks to an email from his wife, Brittany Sorenson.
03/06/2013 9:08pmMany are brought kicking and screaming into the world of mindfulness and meditation, fighting to the very end, when the fruits of serenity, calm, peace and quiet vanquish resistance. The inevitable result: "Why didn't I start doing this sooner?"
03/06/2013 9:22pmIf the elevator doors opened to reveal a man strangling another person, what would you do? Run? Fight? Stand in horrified paralysis? A marketing campaign for a new movie answers that question with hidden cameras.
03/06/2013 10:01pmA federal grand jury on Wednesday stacked dozens of new Internet fraud charges on a Utah businessman Jeremy Johnson. But a man also named in the indictment says the charges show the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Utah has a vendetta against Johnson.
03/06/2013 10:10pmA bill is making its way through the house aimed at preventing underage kids from buying electronic cigarettes. Electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs, are devices that help many stop smoking. But if HB372 were to pass as-is, it would include a tax hike on the cartridges, even on some that don't contain nicotine.
03/06/2013 10:17pmLab testing has just confirmed that lead poisoning killed one of two California condors that died recently in Zion National Park. In all, seven of the giant birds have died in recent months.
03/06/2013 10:47pmThe principal at St. Marguerite Catholic School in Tooele resigned Wednesday after being accused of drinking alcohol in the cafeteria while on the job. She was cleared of any wrongdoing and reinstated Monday, but less than 24 hours later she tendered her resignation.
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