Feedback   Contact Us
KSL TV 
   
   
KSL Live! 
   
KSL Shows 
   
iWitness 
   
Mobile 
   
December 25th, 2014
Browse Archive by Day
 
   
   

Archive: News / Utah (26 Stories)

$10K reward offered in bank robbery case

06/18/2014 6:57am
A Provo bank is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of three brazen bank robbers.

Mill Hollow camp program closed due to lack of funding

06/18/2014 7:15am
The Mill Hollow program closed to more than 2,000 elementary students in Granite School District who attend every year, and the district needs to come up with funding to reopen it.

How much do you pay in 401(k) fees?

06/18/2014 7:49am
One set of fees dwarfs most others. 401(k) fees can hurt prospects for retirement, and most people probably don't ever think about them.

Legal, law enforcement leaders face skeptical crowd

06/18/2014 8:19am
Legal and law enforcement leaders referenced high-profile incidents in Utah as they answered questions Tuesday about police militarization and criminal justice reform.

Lindon City turns down UTOPIA deal

06/18/2014 8:45am
The Lindon City Council voted Tuesday to withdraw from a potential partnership with Macquarie Capital Group to hand over management of the embattled UTOPIA fiber-optic network.

5 most stolen SUVs, CUVs

06/18/2014 9:35am
Three Ford models topped the list of most stolen SUVs and CUVs, according to a report released Monday.

5 ways to mine thrift stores for cheap style

06/18/2014 9:51am
Thrift shopping can be a rewarding and cheap way to get unique, stylish items on a budget.

6 free resources for National Safety Month

06/18/2014 11:05am
June is National Safety Month and a great time to review key safety issues and opportunities to improve workplace safety at your organization. Discover free resources to help.

Chili's to donate to family of boy killed in garbage truck accident

06/18/2014 11:16am
A family friend and a Chili's manager teamed up to create a fundraiser for the family of a boy killed in a garbage truck accident.

Ways to start a simple new travel tradition

06/18/2014 11:55am
Looking for easy ways to make your travel more meaningful without spending a lot of time or money? Add one of these simple travel traditions to your next vacation.

Man returns to store after previous robbery, police say

06/18/2014 12:15pm
Police said a man was arrested after returning to a Dollar Tree he had robbed previously.

10 best 'green jobs' in Utah

06/18/2014 2:31pm
As the attention on the global environment grows, it may be in the best interest of those figuring out their career path to look into "green jobs." There are many jobs out there that contribute to preserving or enhancing environmental quality.

Arrest made after stolen items stored in plain sight, police say

06/18/2014 4:01pm
Items stolen from a construction site were recovered after workers noticed them in the window of a nearby home, police say.

2 people killed in head-on crash identified

06/18/2014 6:09pm
Two people who were killed in a head-on collision on a highway in Capitol Reef National Park Wednesday have been identified, police said.

Teen pleads guilty to killing brothers

06/18/2014 6:35pm
A teenager accused of stabbing his two younger brothers to death in their home in 2013 will serve time in both juvenile detention and adult prison.

Lawmakers review tactics used during search of Shurtleff's home

06/18/2014 6:35pm
Utah lawmakers heard testimony Wednesday about how a warrant was served on former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff's home but did not hear his complaints that law enforcement used "Dirty Harry" tactics.

Police use crash-test demos to learn about auto-pedestrian accidents

06/18/2014 6:43pm
Screeching tires, a loud thud and a mannequin's body flying through the air can be unnerving. For dozens of police officers along the Wasatch Front, it was part of a class to help them in their investigations into auto-pedestrian accidents.

Lineman's family marks 100 years of transcontinental phone line

06/18/2014 6:49pm
There is one telephone pole in Wendover, Nevada, that's unlike any other telephone pole in the country. It marks the spot where the first transcontinental telephone lines were connected.

Ogden therapist accused of child sex abuse appears in preliminary hearing

06/18/2014 7:22pm
An Ogden therapist will have to wait to find out whether he will stand trial for allegations that he sexually molested two girls during a Dec. 31 stay at a Wasatch County hotel.

Utah family starts temple building bricks company

06/18/2014 9:01pm
A Utah family started a building brick company designed to create LDS temples in an effort to teach their children about the buildings.

Utah brothers arrested for drunken conduct at O'Hare Airport

06/18/2014 9:37pm
Two Utah brothers were arrested at Chicago O'Hare International Airport Sunday.

Portions of Utah immigration enforcement law blocked by federal court

06/18/2014 10:02pm
A federal court has blocked portions of HB497, an immigration enforcement law passed by the Utah Legislature in 2011. Civil rights organizations filed a lawsuit challenging the law's constitutionality.

Innovation helps crews fix watermain 'quickly and efficiently' on Foothill Blvd

06/18/2014 10:35pm
Fixing a deteriorating water main usually means digging a long, deep trench and disrupting traffic for weeks, even months. Salt Lake City came up with a solution that allowed them to knock off the biggest part of the job

Dog shot and killed during search for toddler

06/18/2014 10:38pm
A neighbors dog was shot and killed during a police search for a 3- year-old Wednesday.

Debate over untested rape kits spurs accusations of insensitivity

06/18/2014 10:47pm
The debate over what to do with a backlog of untested rape kits in Utah took an unexpected detour Wednesday, with back-and-forth accusations of insensitivity and a state senator's admission that he is a sexual assault victim.

Petition calls for tripling number of grizzlies in West

06/18/2014 10:59pm
A new petition asks that the government help populate much of the American West with grizzly bears in an effort to recover the endangered species.
 
   
Site Index
KSL's Children's Television Programming Reports, as well as its FCC public inspection file, are available for viewing during regular office hours at the KSL Broadcast House or online.
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 closed_captioning@ksl.com and (801) 575-5555.
© 2014 KSL.com | KSL Broadcasting Salt Lake City UT | Site hosted & managed by Deseret Digital Media - a Deseret Media Company  v03