03/05/2014 7:52amMore Utahns will now be able to enroll in a program that could mean less time getting through security at Salt Lake City International Airport.
03/05/2014 8:28amWith Easter around the corner, many Utahns may be considering starting up a flock of chickens in their backyard. Chickens can bring benefits to a backyard, the abundance of fresh eggs being just one of many.
03/05/2014 8:39amFive Herriman property owners have filed a lawsuit against the United States and the Army National Guard over a 2010 fire started during a firearms training at Camp Williams.
03/05/2014 9:13amAt least two dozen organizations and groups filed amicus briefs asking the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold U.S. District Judge Robert Shelby's ruling that stuck down Utah's voter-approved definition of marriage as between a man and a woman.
03/05/2014 10:31amThe Supreme Court says defendants have to know in advance that their accomplices would use or carry a gun while committing a crime in order to be convicted under federal gun laws.
03/05/2014 10:46amIf you are one of the growing number of people who do your banking using your cell phone, be aware that thieves are working hard to steal your money.
03/05/2014 11:01amThe area surrounding Moab is beautiful and houses two of the five national parks in Utah. These photos showcase the breathtaking views of the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.
03/05/2014 11:11amWith the help of the community, the family of a teenage boy hopes he will see the world before he loses his vision.
03/05/2014 11:45amThe "world's oldest cheese" was discovered on mummies in China.
03/05/2014 12:31pmSalt Lake Bees fans will notice a difference this season after the renaming of the stadium to Smith's Ballpark.
03/05/2014 1:02pmEven though the Pentagon is proposing massive cuts in military spending, people living around Hill Air Force Base say they still feel a sense of optimism about the future of the base.
03/05/2014 1:49pmUtah's House approved a resolution backing the move for the Utah State Prison in Draper. The Senate killed a bill to give $200 million to update school technology and instead passed a bill to fund new technological devices for students with a tax increase.
03/05/2014 2:34pmA man convicted of killing three people a quarter-century ago during two separate drunken sprees is likely one step closer to officially spending the rest of his life in prison.
03/05/2014 5:09pmBYU has partnered with the British Scouting Association to digitize papers that influenced the birth of Scouting.
03/05/2014 6:17pmIt's the end of the road for a bookmobile librarian in Millard County. In the past 36½ years on the job, Dixon Eliason hasn't even taken a sick day, and his upcoming retirement isn't going to be easy for the people he serves.
03/05/2014 6:41pmJust two weeks after a dinosaur track was cut out of a rock in Moab, local business owners have pooled together money to offer a big reward for information leading to an arrest.
03/05/2014 6:56pmA teenager from Smithfield is being called a hero for saving the lives of her uncle and cousin during a family vacation. They were at a beach in Oceanside, Calif., when they got caught in a rip tide and nearly drowned.
03/05/2014 7:19pmAfter more than a year of court proceedings, Timothy Butler confessed to sexual child abuse, and is now being held behind bars without bail.
03/05/2014 7:42pmOfficials are investigating a barn fire that caused an estimated $195,000 damage Tuesday night.
03/05/2014 7:48pmOne year after a massive propane explosion leveled its shop, Adler Hot Oil is about to reopen amid concerns by some neighboring businesses whose buildings also sustained damage that is still visible throughout the Ashley Valley Industrial Park.
03/05/2014 8:09pmIt's a heartbreaking reality, but siblings living in foster care can't always stay together. That's why KSL 5 TV teamed up with the Adoption Exchange to introduce you to two brothers looking for one permanent home.
03/05/2014 8:34pmIf you are accustomed to reading novels, step out of your comfort zone and stretch your reading muscles with some fascinating and incredibly well-written short fiction.
03/05/2014 9:22pmA national organization is working to rid people of the use of what they refer to as the "r-word."
03/05/2014 9:43pmIn an effort to change the way the world views idealism in the female figure, an artist is working to produce a more realistic doll for young children.
03/05/2014 10:29pmMost people who give to a panhandler believe their money will help keep them from going hungry and get them out of the cold. But a sting operation conducted by Provo police shows evidence that a panhandler by day can become a drug user by night.
03/05/2014 10:36pmImagine you're in a car accident and you need immediate help. The nearest firefighters would be dispatched, but they couldn't help you medically. You would be left to wait until the only 24-hour staffed ambulance in the county could get to you.
03/05/2014 10:41pmPolice located two teens Wednesday who had run away from a youth center Tuesday evening. Two teens were still missing as of Wednesday night and had warrants out for their arrest.
03/05/2014 10:55pmThe people in Trenton are under a boil order because their community water is contaminated. Two of the town's springs were contaminated Saturday, and city leaders say it could be a week before residents can drink their tap water again.
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