School district works to fix bus stop near registered sex offendersBy Peter Samore
Alpine School District was caught off-guard when they learned one of their bus stops was next to two registered sex offenders.
Aug 24th - 9:42am
Utah group seeks families to host Iraqi youthBy Nkoyo Iyamba
The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy is hoping for a repeat performance of introducing teenagers from Iraq to Salt Lake City.
Mar 4th - 8:17am
BYU project rewards kids for eating fruits and veggiesBy Randall Jeppesen
While new federal guidelines require schools to serve more fruits and vegetables, BYU researchers are studying ways to keep healthy foods from ending up in the garbage.
Feb 28th - 8:56am
Senator seeks to end credit monitoring for health department hack victimsBy Paul Nelson
One lawmaker is questioning the need for Utah's free credit monitoring service, which was established when hundreds of thousands of Utahns had personal information stolen.
Feb 20th - 9:08am
Cultural trends show more students are cheating in schoolBy Nkoyo Iyamba
Several recent stories suggest more students are cheating these days. 125 students at Harvard were accused of cheating two weeks ago. One communications professor studies cultural trends, and she had one theory of why more students are cheating.
Sep 11th - 8:15pm
Police arrest 4 in connection with death of Sandy manBy Emiley Morgan
Police have arrested four people in connection with the death of a Sandy man who was found in a church parking lot.
Aug 24th - 7:45pm
Second man arrested in theft of custom skates at Utah Olympic OvalBy Pat Reavy
A second arrest was made over the weekend in the theft of missing custom-made ice skates. But investigators have still not been able to find the skates.
Aug 6th - 2:07pm
Lightning a concern for firefightersBy Randall Jeppesen
Bridgette Nunley has a gorgeous view overlooking Alpine from her home in Suncrest. But after watching the Quail Fire burn, she's now watching the skies.
Jul 11th - 12:52pm
Group calls on Santorum to disavow pastor over Mormon commentsBy ksl.com
An LDS-oriented group is calling on GOP presidential hopeful Rick Santorum to disavow a pastor who called the Mormon religion racist earlier this week.
Mar 14th - 10:50am
Shop owner, employees face charges for missing Olympic memorabiliaBy Randall Jeppesen
The owner and two employees of a consignment shop are in jail after cottonwood heights police say the three were selling people's property but telling the owners the property disappeared.
Jan 27th - 1:32pm
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