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Opponents: food sales tax hike punishes the poor


By kslpetersamore at 02/23/2017 12:10 pm         
As lawmakers consider tax reform, activists told them at the state capitol to either do nothing, or at least leave the food sales tax rate alone.

Boomerang Kids... You send them out into the world and they come right back to you.


By KSLRikki at 02/23/2017 11:46 am         
The stigma is gone surrounding Boomerang Kids. It's the new norm in today's family dwellings, but some parents are fighting back instead of spending their retirement savings supporting their grown kids.

Two semis collide, one driver dies in flames


By kslpetersamore at 02/23/2017 8:55 am         
The other semi-truck driver walked away, after a fiery crash at Parleys Summit that closed I-80 there overnight.

Winners of "State's Best Restaurant" award are using their fame to fight for Utah's monuments


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 02/22/2017 10:22 pm         
A pair of women, awarded the Best Restaurant in Utah from Salt Lake City Magazine, are using their new fame to fight for Utah's monuments.

A bill to get rid of a law LGBT advocates call "anti-gay" is moving forward


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 02/22/2017 10:20 pm         

Bears Ears conspiracy? Dem. Party Chair doesn't buy it


By kslcleon at 02/22/2017 6:13 pm         
Congressman Jason Chaffetz wants to talk to Bryce Canyon officials about a tweet and a picture sent out in December. He wonders if the Obama Administration conspired to form a Bears Ears Monument while telling members of congress a decision had not been made. But Utah Democratic Party Chairman Peter Corroon says Chaffetz should worry about something else. (Photo: Bryce Canyon National Park)

Nat. Guard shows off sand bagging machine


By kslcleon at 02/22/2017 5:54 pm         
Members of Utah's National Guard were asked to help out with flooding in Box Elder County. The Guardsmen were also able to show off a cool toy that fills up sand bags fast. (Photo: Marc Giauque/KSL Newsradio)

Eden family unsure when they can clean up from landslide


By PaulNelson at 02/22/2017 4:35 pm         
A Weber County family has a lot of cleaning up they have to do after a slide 100 feet wide stacks mud and debris against their home. But, they're not sure if it's safe to do that, yet.

Cooler weather helps, but Box Elder Co. continues flood preps


By KSLMarc at 02/22/2017 4:16 pm         
Cooler temperatures are giving flood weary residents in Box Elder County a bit of a break, but theyr’e bracing for more. KSL Newsradio’s Marc Giauque has more.

Salt Lake County residents help flooding victims in Tremonton


By PaulNelson at 02/22/2017 1:01 pm         
While residents in Box Elder County are trying to keep water from getting into their homes, residents in Salt Lake County are filling sandbags to help keep the flooding at bay.