Peter Samore | posted Sep 17th - 7:21pm
A widow works with state legislators to toughen penalties for negligent traffic deaths. The man who killed her husband received a small fine and probation.
Mary Richards | posted Sep 17th - 6:56pm
The 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.
Peter Samore | posted Sep 17th - 7:57am
A new twist on money card scams abuses the identity of Salt Lake City Police. Victims report losing thousands of dollars that they cannot recover.
Paul Nelson | posted Sep 17th - 7:46am
New research shows millennials are making a lot of mistakes when it comes to credit.
Mary Richards | posted Sep 16th - 10:51pm
You may not think your children are struggling with bullying or pornography or substance abuse, but they or their friends could be. A local school district is offering parent seminars showing warning signs and offering resources for help.
Peter Samore | posted Sep 15th - 8:47am
Unchallenged military successes and frustrations with U.S. foreign policy lure Americans into joining ISIS, according to one expert at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
Paul Nelson | posted Sep 15th - 6:44am
Some analysts are blaming "school-hopping" for the trouble universities are having getting alumni to donate.
Becky Bruce | posted Sep 12th - 7:59am
KSL Newsradio goes in-depth on the ISIS threat in a special edition of Utah's Morning News
Peter Samore | posted Sep 11th - 8:08am
Three people who rolled 75 feet down an embankment off I-80 are alive to tell the story, because they were wearing their seat belts.
Paul Nelson | posted Sep 10th - 6:16am
Is it ever acceptable to bribe your child?
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