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Hired help arrested for swiping prescription pain pillsSouthern Utah woman calls police when pain pills vanish following a visit from her hired housekeeper
Sep 22nd - 9:01pm
Cougar caught in Salt Lake City, released to the wildA mountain lion that stalked Salt Lake's Foothill neighborhood Sunday afternoon was caught that evening after multiple sightings. On Monday, agents from the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources released the animal into the wild.
Sep 22nd - 4:09pm
Police arrest armed man after foot chase through child's birthday partyPolice arrested an armed man after chasing him on foot through heavy pedestrian traffic Sunday night.
Sep 21st - 10:42pm
Lawmakers work to toughen penalties for negligent traffic deathsA widow works with state legislators to toughen penalties for negligent traffic deaths. The man who killed her husband received a small fine and probation.
Sep 17th - 7:21pm
Jordan School District bringing in 6 figures with bus adsThe Jordan School District was the first in the state to put ads on the sides of its buses, and officials reported it's not only bringing in good money, it's also building community pride.
Sep 17th - 6:56pm
Utah Honor FlightKSL Broadcast Group, Performance Automotive Group and Burt Brothers have partnered with Utah Honor Flight to send WWII veterans to tour their memorials in Washington D.C. Watch KSL 5 News to hear the heartwarming stories of the ultimate sacrifice made for our freedom and click to donate to the Utah Honor Flight program.
Utah Renaissance FaireEnter to win tickets to the Utah Renaissance Faire, September 26 & 27 at Thanksgiving Point.
KSL's Zions Bank Teacher Feature AwardsKSL NewsRadio, Zions Bank and Burt Brothers Tire & Service are proud to honor Utah's best teachers with the KSL Teacher Feature Awards! Do you know a deserving teacher? Nominate them now!
Beyond GlazeEnter to win a gift card for gourmet doughnuts from Beyond Glaze!
Utah Shakespeare Festival | June 23-October 18KSL NewsRadio is a proud sponsor of the Utah Shakespeare Festival, featuring eight plays running from June 23 to October 18. Embodying the perfect balance of progressive programming, this season includes four Shakespeare classics, a Stephen Sondheim musical, and the world premiere adaptation of a beloved novel.
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