06/25/2013 7:47amEnergy watchers made headlines when they announced oil production in the U.S. may outpace Saudi Arabia by 2020. But what does this mean for Utahns?
06/25/2013 7:58amAs firework stands open for business, one Utah vendor has created a way for buyers to preview what they're getting before they check out.
06/25/2013 8:10amFour men are suing the LDS Church and Boy Scouts of America in federal court, saying they were sexually abused while attending scouting functions in Idaho.
06/25/2013 10:31amSentencing has been set for a massage parlor owner who pleaded guilty to human trafficking.
06/25/2013 11:01amAll foods have calories, and obviously some foods are healthier than others. A new video was released to demonstrate the portion sizes of different foods that were only 200 calories.
06/25/2013 12:07pmA pet owner called 911 Tuesday to report that their iguana was stuck in a tree.
06/25/2013 12:25pmFour men have filed a lawsuit against The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Boy Scouts of America claiming they were sexually abused by Scout leaders — but what do the Scouting policies do to protect Scouts and leaders?
06/25/2013 12:34pmAuthorities are looking for a 61-year-old Georgia man who went missing near the entrance of Lake Powell's Warm Creek Bay.
06/25/2013 2:30pmA new map shows the most popular brand that originated in each of the 50 states, and Sinclair topped the list for Utah represented companies.
06/25/2013 4:43pmThe Utah Academic Library Consortium is sponsoring a new intiative to encourage Utahns to bring old family historical documents to scan and share in an online database.
06/25/2013 5:02pmA semitrailer hit a guard rail Tuesday afternoon and started on fire after fuel spilled in the collision.
06/25/2013 5:32pmThe body of 22-year-old Jessica Jackman was recovered Tuesday, six days after a fatal boating accident on Lake Powell.
06/25/2013 6:36pmIt has been two years now since Benjamin Rettig stood in a Utah County courtroom and pleaded guilty to being involved in killing Kay Mortensen and taking Roger and Pamela Mortensen hostage, and now he's trying to appeal his sentence.
06/25/2013 6:50pmState biologists are hoping to monitor the problem of black bears in Utah roaming into areas inhabited by humans in search of food during hot, dry conditions.
06/25/2013 7:06pmThe U.S. Supreme Court will likely issue highly-anticipated rulings Wednesday on California's Proposition 8 and the federal Defense of Marriage Act, and Utah officials and legal observers remained skeptical of any significant impact in the state.
06/25/2013 7:44pmThe state's high court found Tuesday that a man who refused to testify against his co-defendant in a 1984 murder case should stand trial for obstruction of justice.
06/25/2013 8:09pmA Las Vegas father and his two young children injured when their vehicle blew a tire and rolled near Beaver remained hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday.
06/25/2013 8:21pmAs part of Utah's first Workplace Safety Week, KSL got an exclusive hands-on look at the training heavy equipment operators get to make their jobs safer.
06/25/2013 8:59pmElham Nielson ran into the Deseret Industries in Sugar House to buy a dresser drawer before heading to work when her car was stolen from the parking lot.
06/25/2013 9:32pmThe dismissal was ordered after defense attorney Jed Labrum presented Judge Lyle Anderson with information showing the statute of limitations barred the state from prosecuting.
06/25/2013 9:48pmA company that cleans sewage lines and septic tanks was charged Tuesday with illegally dumping septic sludge in a yard.
06/25/2013 10:46pmThey've served their country but their claims for help go untouched for days, months or even years. Veterans seeking help for war-related injuries wait nearly 400 days on average for their claims to even be processed.
06/25/2013 11:59pmRecordings of police interviews with Josh Powell obtained exclusively by KSL reveal frustration, evasion during early days of the search for Susan.