Police have identified a man killed in an auto-pedestrian accident early Wednesday morning.
Brady McCombs, Associated Press | posted 45 minutes ago
A federal judge in Utah is refusing to toss out criminal charges against four men accused of riding ATVs through a closed southern Utah canyon to protest what they call federal government overreach.
Natalie Crofts | posted 56 minutes ago
A juvenile was arrested late Tuesday night in connection with a grass fire that damaged homes and killed wildlife in Murray.
Kelly Catalfamo and Michelle L. Price, Associated Press | posted Apr 1st - 3:01pm
If Utah Gov. Gary Herbert doesn't veto a bill Wednesday, it will be his first time allowing every measure passed by lawmakers to become law.
Brock Allen, KSL.com Contributor | posted Apr 1st - 3:01pm
After growing up playing in bands with his brother and friends, Salt Lake musician Garrick Biggs started the musical project Stag Hare, an ambient electronic project that seeks to constantly ask questions and find a semblance of meaning.
McKenzie Romero | posted Apr 1st - 2:41pm
A jury who convicted Douglas Lovell of murder last month decided Wednesday that he deserves the death penalty for the 1985 murder of Joyce Yost. It was Lovell's second conviction for the crime and the second time he was sentenced to die for it.
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Five compelling reasons solar energy is becoming more popular in Utah homes.
Pat Reavy | posted Apr 1st - 1:50pm
A former teacher at an Ogden junior high school has been charged with raping a 15-year-old student.
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Apr 1st - 1:31pm
Unified fire officials believe a house fire in Taylorsville was started by a 5-year-old who was playing with matches Tuesday evening.
Martha Ostergar | posted Apr 1st - 1:15pm
Google Fiber has already given Utah so much, but they just couldn't help giving us one more of their incredible, technical innovations to makes our lives that much sweeter.
Pat Reavy | posted Apr 1st - 12:47pm
A man charged with shooting and killing a dog while the owner was out walking his pet was arrested on a warrant Tuesday.
Katie McKellar | posted Apr 1st - 12:16pm
Gov. Gary Herbert on Tuesday signed into law a bill prohibiting an all-out ban on wood burning.
Jarom Moore | posted Apr 1st - 12:06pm
Today we take a look behind the scenes at some of the most important members of the KSL family.
Natalie Crofts | posted Apr 1st - 11:45am
Faith Heaton Jolley | posted Apr 1st - 11:41am
With the return of spring, many Utahns are beginning to rock climb, but Arches National Park officials have announced the temporary closures of several climbing routes in the park to protect breeding habitats.
Pat Reavy | posted Apr 1st - 10:54am
A man who allegedly claimed he was "rich and powerful" and then offered another man $40 in a courthouse bathroom not to testify in a case now faces criminal charges.
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Spring break is upon us, and that means the kids will be out of school and ready for some adventure. Don't let the fun be hours and hours of online computers, videogames and television, but some great activities that get both them and you out of the house. They'll enjoy this break so much, they won't complain when school starts again, and that all their friends did something way cooler than them.
Allison Oligschlaeger | posted Apr 1st - 8:29am
As March drew to an unusually warm close, GREENbike SLC, the nation's most popular bikeshare program, is opening earlier than ever. March 31st marked the beginning of GREENbikes' third 'season' on the streets.
Katie McKellar | posted Apr 1st - 7:45am
Gov. Gary Herbert gave final approval Tuesday to not only grant Utah schools the largest funding increase in 25 years, but to also revamp the state's criminal justice system.
Lisa Riley Roche | posted Apr 1st - 6:59am
President Barack Obama is expected to arrive in Utah on Thursday for a Friday event at Hill Air Force Base and travel via Marine One during the overnight stay.
Bill Gephardt | posted Apr 1st - 6:00am
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