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More than 100 people likely sick from Utah Lake algal bloom


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 07/26/2016 11:22 am         
The poison control center says they’ve fielded hundreds of calls from Utahns worried about the Utah lake algal bloom. Now we’re learning more than 100 of them were likely sick from the water. Picture: Channel 5

Looking down at phones and tablets could cause injuries to kids


By KSLHeather at 07/26/2016 9:04 am         
Doctor Mark Hiatt of Regency Blue Cross, Blue Shield discusses the possible hazards of our technology and 'virtual violence.' Especially for teenagers.

Heat wave grips Utah .... and the Country


By KSLHeather at 07/26/2016 8:28 am         
Much of the United States is dealing with sweltering heat. Utah saw a streak of record breaking overnight high, low temperatures. For 5-straight days, it never got below 77-degrees.

Possible changes to the role of super delegates


By PaulNelson at 07/26/2016 7:35 am         
The Democratic National Committee announced a new commission to take a closer look at the role of the super delegate for upcoming elections. Some of Utah's super delegates say many voters have the wrong impression of how they influenced this year's election.

Bystander hit by bullet in Liberty Park shooting last night


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 07/26/2016 6:24 am         
A man is recovering from a bullet wound after he was caught in a shooting last night in Liberty Park.

Utah Rep: Clinton's running mate fits Utah


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 07/26/2016 6:22 am         
A Utah representative at the Democratic National Convention this morning says Hillary Clinton's new running mate is a good match for the state. Pic: Utah House of Representatives

Suspect in killing of UTA worker dies in Jail


By KSLMarc at 07/25/2016 6:25 pm         
Flint Harrison, one of two men accused of kidnapping and killing UTA worker Kay Ricks was found hanging in his jail cell. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has the story.

Utah Dems hope for party unity at convention


By PaulNelson at 07/25/2016 12:11 pm         
The Democratic National Conventions got off to a rocky start before the first gavel sounded, with the ouster of Chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz. But, Utah Democratic Party officials expect the party to come together by the end of the week.

Riverton to turn secondary water system back on


By PaulNelson at 07/22/2016 5:27 pm         
Some residents are breathing a sigh of relief after the city decided to recharge the secondary system. But, city and county health officials say the potential for problems related to algae in Utah Lake are not necessarily over.

Holladay man accused of shooting roommate


By PaulNelson at 07/22/2016 5:22 pm         
Police say the 72 year old suspect was taken in for aggravated assault, but, they're also looking into whether or not the man was thinking clearly when he opened fire.