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Utah dairy farmer, circus performers switch places for TV series

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 9:03pm

An old adage says that to know someone you must "walk a mile in their shoes," so a local dairy farmer and two California circus performers did just that for a TV series.

Salt Lake police looking for Zions Bank robber

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 8:49pm

Police are asking the community to help identify and find a man who robbed Zions Bank Monday morning.

Kearns man sentenced to 6 months jail time in child abuse conviction

Pat Reavy  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 8:23pm

A man who police say made an 11-year-old boy stand in a corner whenever he was home and beat him if he moved has been sentenced to jail.

Report: South Salt Lake ranks as Utah's most expensive city

Katie McKellar  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 8:01pm

With 13 Utah cities considering property tax hikes this year, the Utah Taxpayers released a report to provide residents a "snapshot" of what their local governments already cost as they weigh whether to support any tax increases.

PHOTOS: Heavy rainfall causes flooding in much of Davis County

Ben Lockhart  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 7:42pm

Monday's consistent rainfall affected much of northern Utah, flooding streets and causing delays along roadways.

EPA's Clean Power Plan draws Utah criticism and praise

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 7:09pm

The long-awaited, highly controversial Clean Power Plan proposed by the Obama administration was released Monday, and the furor and disagreement are already in high gear over the move to cut power plant emissions.

Mountain Accord plan moves forward with governor's signature

Jasen Lee  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 6:41pm

The planning to address conservation, preservation and economic development of the central Wasatch Mountains' most critical recreation areas has begun in earnest. Gov. Gary Herbert joined elected officials and local stakeholders Monday in officially signing the Mountain Accord.

No new national monuments in Utah, Herbert urges Obama

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 6:34pm

In a letter penned to President Obama on Monday, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert urged that no new monument designations be made in the state. The letter references the angst still felt in Utah over the last designation in 1996.

ACLU says prisoners want improved living conditions, more opportunity

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 6:32pm

Sunday, the Utah ACLU released a statement supporting the prisoners on a hunger strike in a Utah prison facility, encouraging the Utah Department of Corrections to reassess several of the issues outlined in the inmates' letter. The department said, however, that it has been working over the last several months to address those issues.

Man arrested in connection with Taylorsville apartment fire

Pat Reavy  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 6:32pm

A 28-year-old man was arrested following a fire at an apartment complex Sunday.

North Ogden man arrested in child rape investigation

Pat Reavy  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 5:50pm

A 20-year-old man was arrested over the weekend in connection with the rape of a 12-year-old girl, North Ogden police announced Monday.

Solitude Fire acreage revised to 2,100

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 4:02pm

Rain slowed the growth of the Solitude Fire, and U.S. Forest Service officials were able to obtain accurate aerial mapping of the acreage.

Local brothers representing Etsy in NY with leatherworks

Amanda Taylor, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 2:42pm

Scott and Joe Rawlings are both the brains and the brawn behind Fullgive, a leather shop that specializes in aesthetically pleasing and extremely functional wallets.

9 things related to money your kids will never experience

Mountain America Credit Union  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 2:34pm

How today's young people view and spend money is vastly different from two or three decades ago. Here are nine things parents did as young people that their teens will never experience.

Teen's prize-winning pig rakes in $31K for mom with cancer

Tracie Snowder  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 1:21pm

A teen's prize-winning pig at the Morgan County Fair is helping his mom face breast cancer thanks to generous bidders.

Have You Seen This? Karl Malone delivers new truck to Heber man

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 1:06pm

A Heber City man got quite the surprise when the truck he won was delivered to him by "The Mailman" himself.

6 more family-friendly Utah hikes with waterfalls

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 11:40am

Utah is a hiker's paradise and that includes kid hikers. But, sometimes kids need a little extra motivation to get to the top and what better than a waterfall? Here are 6 kid friendly Utah hikes with waterfalls.

The woman in the next seat, other moments that made your day

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 11:15am

Goodness isn't hard to find if you're looking for it and especially if you're making it. This week, three readers share stories of times someone has reached out to them and lifted their mood.

Power outage hits Summit, Salt Lake counties

Linda Williams  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 10:37am

Crews worked Monday morning to repair a power outage that left 70 percent of Park City without power at one point, according to police.

Pro-Israel, pro-peace group J Street launches in Utah

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  Posted  Aug 3rd - 7:59am

J Street had its official launch in Utah on Sunday at the Jewish Community Center in Salt Lake City, where its founder, Jeremy Ben-Ami, discussed the pending Iranian nuclear agreement. J Street is a growing pro-Israel, pro-peace movement.