03/07/2013 7:34amA man who police say tried to cash a check on a bank account for Karl Malone Properties has been charged with third-degree felony forgery.
03/07/2013 1:23pmA Cedar City man is facing two counts of aggravated murder in connection with the shooting deaths of two people.
03/07/2013 2:15pmA man died Thursday afternoon, just hours after being struck by a car on 1100 East.
03/07/2013 2:33pmPrincipal Kevin Pullan used his talent as a garage splash artist to give students got a chance to splatter paint on Wednesday.
03/07/2013 3:23pmWednesday, the Utah Legislature approved bills that would impose a sales tax on Internet sales, prohibit some lawmakers from performing outside work and require written permission from a parent for minors to get tattoos or piercings.
03/07/2013 5:06pmThe LEGO Group has announced plans to open Utah's first LEGO store sometime in 2013.
03/07/2013 5:23pmA father of two with a child on the way is improving after a snowboarding accident at Lake Tahoe last week left him paralyzed from the neck down.
03/07/2013 6:40pmThe FBI was looking Thursday for a serial bank robber suspected in five robberies in Utah and Idaho.
03/07/2013 6:43pmOne woman is in custody following a police chase and standoff on I-70 Thursday.
03/07/2013 6:52pmSalt Lake police have made three arrests in a drive-by shooting that left bullet holes in two vehicles, including a police car.
03/07/2013 7:02pmWith the statewide budget cuts made since the sequester, many domestic violence programs are worried about having to decrease the number of people they can help.
03/07/2013 7:03pmLeaders in small Tremonton are saying no to a pig-processing plant moving into a vacant La-Z-Boy facility.
03/07/2013 7:17pmBorn without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic was often bullied while growing up. Now he travels the world with a message of hope for all those who are experiencing the same pain.
03/07/2013 7:21pmA multi-car accident with injuries has been reported on U-111.
03/07/2013 8:05pmThree months after the Newtown, Conn., shooting, many families have continued to grieve in different ways. The mother of one victim has decided to blog about her healing experience.
03/07/2013 8:30pmThe United States has received an unprecedented influx of refugees fleeing their homelands in the last five years, and hundreds of them have been recently relocated to Utah.
03/07/2013 8:47pmIt doesn't take a lot of sacrifice to save money on your grocery bill; a bit of strategy and a little extra legwork can go a long way toward keeping your cash in your pocket.
03/07/2013 10:40pmA bill aimed at providing equal housing and employment rights to all Utahns, regardless of sexual orientation, is headed to the House floor. SB262 passed through the Economic and Workforce Services Committee Thursday with a vote of 4-3.
03/07/2013 10:44pmA South Salt Lake man caught in the aftermath of a triple homicide in Midvale last month said he's a victim himself, all because the main suspect in the murder crashed into his car.
03/07/2013 10:45pmPolice received a call Wednesday from someone who reportedly found a triangular piece of sharp metal in a doughnut purchased at a Smith's grocery store. They are now investigating the incident as a possible assault.
03/07/2013 10:48pmMost drivers like to hit green lights when they're working their way through traffic, but that's not always so easy for bicyclists who share the road. A new system UDOT is testing in Salt Lake County aims to remedy that.
03/07/2013 10:51pmHow bad or good is the gas you use during the winter? Is it dirtier? How does it impact our air? KSL was asked those questions and went in search of answers.
03/07/2013 11:22pmA citizens group says Attorney General John Swallow should be removed from office for violating state election law, and they're asking the lieutenant governor's office to start an immediate investigation.
The station representative who can assist a person with disabilities with issues related to the content of the public files is Mike Dowdle, available during regular office hours at firstname.lastname@example.org and (801) 575-5555.