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Police are looking for this man, they say swindled an 85 year old woman out of more than 1000 dollars after she hired him to fix the cracks in her driveway.


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 04/01/2015 5:30 pm         
#fraud #Utah #scam #elderly

Was he in jail long enough?


By PaulNelson at 04/01/2015 5:22 pm         
A Rose Park woman says she still can’t live in her home after a man drove his truck through her front wall, nearly killing someone. But, she believes the driver was let out of jail far too soon.

What’s wrong with one of the Peregrine falcons on Temple Square?


By PaulNelson at 04/01/2015 5:12 pm         
Birdwatchers love to see the falcons by the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, and the birds even have an online following. But, wildlife officials say the female falcon appears to be ill, and they don’t know what’s wrong yet.

Former Ogden school teacher accused of sex with a student.


By rjeppesen at 04/01/2015 12:49 pm         
A former Ogden school teacher has been arrested over claims he had a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student. KSL Newsradio's Dave Cawley had this live report during Utah's Noon News.

Cancer breakthrough at Huntsman Cancer Institute?


By KSLbbruce at 04/01/2015 7:20 am         
Doctors in Utah say they may be on the brink of a cure for melanoma, by training the body to attack the cancer as though it's a virus.

Obama expected to stay overnight in Utah for HAFB visit


By kslpetersamore at 04/01/2015 6:42 am         
President will use Marine One helicopter. Leaders try for meetings with him. White House releasing more details. http://po.st/ICtG0z #utpol @kslnewsradio

Slight chance of snow showers in forecast


By kslpetersamore at 04/01/2015 6:38 am         
.@kslweyman says cold front could bring snow showers to mountains, but spring comes back for Easter weekend. #utwx @kslnewsradio

Father of man suspected of toppling headstones pleads for better mental health care


By DaveCawley at 03/31/2015 7:38 pm         
A baffling case of vandalism at the Payson City Cemetery has the father of the suspect urging people to think about the impacts of mental illness. He says his son was not well when he damaged a bunch of headstones.

Salt Lake City bike share program returns for third year


By DaveCawley at 03/31/2015 5:38 pm         
The non-profit GREENbike organization has placed more of its two-wheeled rentals around downtown Salt Lake City than ever before. Photo credit: Laura Seitz, Deseret News

Police: man knocks over gravestones to help the dead rise for Easter


By kslpetersamore at 03/31/2015 12:38 pm         
Instead, Payson Police say he caused $50k damage. Man thought tombstones were holding the dead down. @kslnewsradio

Utah Foundation report highlights progress, challenges for Utah drivers


By kslmrichards at 03/31/2015 12:37 pm         
My story is from the news conference; here also is their report: http://www.utahfoundation.org/reports/utah-in-the-fast-lane-an-analysis-of-driving-and-traffic-safety/ #ZeroFatalities

Analyst: President may be coming to Utah to talk jobs


By KSLbbruce at 03/31/2015 8:42 am         
The White House hasn't said what President Obama will be talking about on Friday at Hill Air Force Base, except to say it relates to the economy. But Fox Business anchor David Asman says the timing of the monthly jobs report the same day suggests jobs may be top of mind. (AP Photo)

Money experts expect President Obama to address jobs numbers in Utah


By KSLbbruce at 03/31/2015 8:21 am         
We know President Obama will address the economy at Hill Air Force Base on Friday, but the White House is tight-lipped about the details. Fox Business's David Asman thinks the top topic for his speech in Utah will be Friday's monthly jobs report. He talked about it live with Brian and Amanda. (AP Photo)

LDS sister missionaries hit by car in Idaho


By kslmrichards at 03/31/2015 7:52 am         
A car in Chubbuck hit two LDS sister missionaries walking across the street Monday afternoon.

Governor listening to veterans about I-15 name change


By kslpetersamore at 03/31/2015 7:43 am         
.@govherbert says some vets wouldn't mind sharing name of "Veterans Memorial Highway" with late house speaker. He must decide by Wednesday. #utpol @kslnewsradio

BYU group wins $40k for Green Card web portal invention


By kslmrichards at 03/31/2015 6:40 am         
The team behind SimpleCitizen (@SimpleCitizenus) won the Utah Entrepreneur Challenge. It's like TurboTax for immigrants.

Millcreek Shooting Arrests


By KSLDBrinkerhoff at 03/31/2015 3:21 am         

The teenage girl accused of murder in the death of a Utah County Deputy faced her final pretrial hearing today, and her defense took a hit.


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 03/30/2015 9:23 pm         
#Grunwaldtrial #SgtWride #Utahcounty #utah

American Pharmacists Association urges members not to sell death penalty drugs


By DaveCawley at 03/30/2015 7:11 pm         
The American Pharmacists Association wants its members to reject requests for lethal injection compounds. That could affect death penalty states like Utah, which just passed a law allowing for firing squad executions when lethal injection drugs are not available. Photo credit: Sue Ogrocki, Associated Press

Rescuers prepare for spring snowmelt in Utah


By DaveCawley at 03/30/2015 5:24 pm         
Even with lower-than-average snowpack across much of the state, some Utah search and rescue team members are seeing fit to brush up on their water rescue skills. Photo credit: Stace Hall, KSL

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