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Apple identifies issues causing overheating in the iPhone 15

Apple identifies issues causing overheating in the iPhone 15

Juby Babu, Reuters  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 9:47 p.m.  |  Save Story

Apple has identified a few issues that can cause new iPhones to run warmer than expected, including a bug in the iOS 17 software which will be fixed in an upcoming update.
RSL jumps to 2nd in West after 1-0 upset over LAFC

RSL jumps to 2nd in West after 1-0 upset over LAFC

Caleb Turner, KSL.com  |  Updated Oct. 1 - 9:16 p.m.  |  Save Story

Chicho Arango rose up in the 72nd minute and headed home a sure-fire shot into the corner of the goal to end a five-match losing streak at LAFC.
Biden presses Republicans on Ukraine, says 'brinkmanship has to end'

Biden presses Republicans on Ukraine, says 'brinkmanship has to end'

Jeff Mason, Reuters  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 8:07 p.m.  |  Save Story

President Joe Biden on Sunday pressed congressional Republicans to back a bill to provide more aid to Ukraine, saying he was "sick and tired" of the political brinkmanship that nearly led to a government shutdown.
What's coming to Disney+ and coming and going on Hulu in October

What's coming to Disney+ and coming and going on Hulu in October

Matt Brooks, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 7:37 p.m.  |  Save Story

Here's a look at what's coming to Disney Plus and Hulu in October.
After years of on-time payments, these Utah educators' student loans have been forgiven

After years of on-time payments, these Utah educators' student loans have been forgiven

Marjorie Cortez, Deseret News  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 7:02 p.m.  |  Save Story

Like the tens of millions of student loan borrowers across the country, Utah educators John Arthur and Sarah Reale's loan payments were on hold as part of pandemic relief.
Expert: Utah's favorite new health shake perfect for food storage and emergency prep

Expert: Utah's favorite new health shake perfect for food storage and emergency prep

HLTH Code  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 7:00 p.m.  |  Save Story

Joel Bikman and his scientist brother, the co-founders of an innovative new health and weight loss company, are using the latest science to help set the record straight to help people get much healthier.
Is there a 'best time' to exercise?

Is there a 'best time' to exercise?

Ken Fall, KSL-TV  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 6:14 p.m.  |  Save Story

A new study suggests exercise in the morning may help with weight loss.
Murray police searching for driver who police say hit and killed a pedestrian in Murray

Murray police searching for driver who police say hit and killed a pedestrian in Murray

Ashley Fredde, KSL.com  |  Updated Oct. 1 - 5:41 p.m.  |  Save Story

A pedestrian died after being struck in a hit-and-run crash in Murray on Friday night.
Jimmy Carter turns 99 at home with Rosalynn and other family as tributes come from around the world

Jimmy Carter turns 99 at home with Rosalynn and other family as tributes come from around the world

Bill Barrow, Associated Press  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 5:32 p.m.  |  Save Story

Jimmy Carter will put off his usual Sunday practice of watching church services online to instead celebrate his 99th birthday with his wife, Rosalynn, and their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren in Plains.
Cooper Legas did a 'phenomenal job' filling in for McCae Hillstead

Cooper Legas did a 'phenomenal job' filling in for McCae Hillstead

Andrew Hyde for KSL.com  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 5:12 p.m.  |  Save Story

Cooper Legas completed 85% of his passes and tallied 204 passing yards, three passing touchdowns, and, perhaps most importantly, no interceptions.
The Supreme Court's new term starts Monday. Here's what you need to know

The Supreme Court's new term starts Monday. Here's what you need to know

Mark Sherman, Associated Press  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 4:56 p.m.  |  Save Story

The Supreme Court seems a bit quieter than in recent years as the justices begin a new term. Major cases await, as they always do. There are challenges to regulatory agencies and efforts to regulate social media platforms.
President Nelson announces 20 temples at close of general conference, 2nd most at one time

President Nelson announces 20 temples at close of general conference, 2nd most at one time

Sean Walker, KSL.com  |  Updated Oct. 1 - 4:36 p.m.  |  Save Story

President Russell M. Nelson of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Sunday announced 20 new temples the church plans to build around the world.
El Mercadito: Experience the vibrancy of Latin America at Weber State's Hispanic farmers market

El Mercadito: Experience the vibrancy of Latin America at Weber State's Hispanic farmers market

Sydnee Gonzalez, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 4:14 p.m.  |  Save Story

Vendors at Weber State's El Mercadito on Oct. 2-3 will sell a number of handmade items, many from Indigenous communities in their home countries, including Guatemalan leather bags and shoes, a Colombian artist's crocheted Frida Kahlo dolls and naturally dyed, handmade Mexican textiles.
Gaetz says he will seek to oust McCarthy as speaker this week. 'Bring it on,' McCarthy says

Gaetz says he will seek to oust McCarthy as speaker this week. 'Bring it on,' McCarthy says

Kevin Freking, Associated Press  |  Updated Oct. 1 - 4:11 p.m.  |  Save Story

Rep. Matt Gaetz said Sunday he will try to remove House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, a fellow Republican, from his leadership position this week after McCarthy relied on Democratic support to pass legislation that avoided a government shutdown. "Bring it on," McCarthy responded.
Sunday afternoon session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

Sunday afternoon session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

KSL.com Staff  |  Updated Oct. 1 - 4:03 p.m.  |  Save Story

The latest talk summaries and announcements from the Sunday afternoon session of the October 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Have You Seen This? Apparently, bears can open doors now

Have You Seen This? Apparently, bears can open doors now

Grant Olsen for KSL.com  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 3:02 p.m.  |  Save Story

Is it just me, or are bears getting more and more clever by the minute?
Behind the billboard: meet the business bringing color scriptures to life

Behind the billboard: meet the business bringing color scriptures to life

LDS Bookstore  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 3:00 p.m.  |  Save Story

To help members fall in love with their physical scriptures all over again, one Utah company is making bright, colorful scriptures for those who want to create a treasured keepsake.
US 189 near Provo reopens after fatal car crash

US 189 near Provo reopens after fatal car crash

Ashley Fredde, KSL.com  |  Updated Oct. 1 - 2:07 p.m.  |  Save Story

U.S. 189 was reopened near Deer Creek State Park after a fatal car crash.
General conference special: Joseph Smith: A Witness of Jesus Christ

General conference special: Joseph Smith: A Witness of Jesus Christ

Angie Denison, KSL-TV  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 1:48 p.m.  |  Save Story

For the past 22 years, a team of historians has dedicated themselves to an unprecedented study of every historical document produced under the direction of Joseph Smith, the founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This documentary is an insightful look at the scope of this project and an opportunity to understand the man whose legacy continues to influence millions of people worldwide.
Following first loss, Utes drop to No. 18 in latest AP Top 25 rankings

Following first loss, Utes drop to No. 18 in latest AP Top 25 rankings

Josh Furlong, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 12:09 p.m.  |  Save Story

Utah moved down to No. 18, an eight-spot drop, but enough to stay inside the rankings for another week.
General conference special: The Osmonds: Family, Faith and Fame

General conference special: The Osmonds: Family, Faith and Fame

Carole Mikita, KSL-TV  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 12:02 p.m.  |  Save Story

Get an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look inside the hearts and minds of the iconic Osmond Family. Through rare archival footage and intimate interviews with all eight siblings, this documentary explores the challenges and triumphs of their extraordinary journey.
Sunday morning session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

Sunday morning session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

KSL.com Staff  |  Updated Oct. 1 - 12:00 p.m.  |  Save Story

The latest talk summaries and announcements from the Sunday morning session of the October 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Construction on Ogden's Historic 25th Street at standstill since March due to safety issue

Construction on Ogden's Historic 25th Street at standstill since March due to safety issue

Mike Anderson, KSL-TV  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 11:23 a.m.  |  Save Story

It's all about that wood. It's supposed to be fire-retardant treated, but it's not. That's why construction remains at a standstill in downtown Ogden, ever since last March.
What did this controversial psychologist say at the 'Disinvitation Dinner'?

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What did this controversial psychologist say at the 'Disinvitation Dinner'?

Jennifer Graham, Deseret New  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 11:08 a.m.  |  Save Story

Jordan Peterson found friendly ground this week — in Manhattan, of all places.
Ukraine is building an advanced army of drones. For now, pilots improvise with duct tape and bombs

Ukraine is building an advanced army of drones. For now, pilots improvise with duct tape and bombs

Samya Kullab, Associated Press  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 10:42 a.m.  |  Save Story

Nineteen months into the Russian invasion, and as a grueling counteroffensive grinds on, the Ukrainian government wants to spend more than $1 billion to upgrade its drone-fighting capabilities.
Josh Furlong's AP Top 25: It's time to talk to your kids about Texas as top team

Josh Furlong's AP Top 25: It's time to talk to your kids about Texas as top team

Josh Furlong, KSL.com  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 10:01 a.m.  |  Save Story

Each season the joke is that Texas is back, only to see them stumble where they shouldn't. But it's looking like the Longhorns under Steve Sarkisian are serious this year.
Is new baby formula shortage coming — and how would Sen. Mike Lee head it off?

Is new baby formula shortage coming — and how would Sen. Mike Lee head it off?

Lois M. Collins, Deseret News  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 8:49 a.m.  |  Save Story

For parents who scrambled for months to secure an adequate supply of infant formula to feed their babies and special needs children, the formula shortage remains vivid though the supply has largely returned to normal.
Court orders Subway franchise owners to pay workers nearly $1M — and to sell or close their stores

Court orders Subway franchise owners to pay workers nearly $1M — and to sell or close their stores

Associated Press  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 8:07 a.m.  |  Save Story

A federal court ordered the owners of 14 Subway locations north of San Francisco to pay employees nearly $1 million in damages and back pay — and also to sell or shut their businesses, with any sale proceeds going to the Department of Labor.
Should you pursue a dividend investing strategy? Pros and cons to consider

Should you pursue a dividend investing strategy? Pros and cons to consider

Sam Watkins, CFP®, TrueNorth Wealth  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 8:00 a.m.  |  Save Story

Dividend investing provides investors with an ongoing income stream as well as the potential for capital appreciation over time.
Is Utah a model for disagreeing respectfully?

Is Utah a model for disagreeing respectfully?

Marjorie Cortez, Deseret News  |  Posted Oct. 1 - 7:23 a.m.  |  Save Story

There's ample evidence of the nation's deep divisions. The nation's history suggests there have been other periods of discord, what difference does it make?
Hill Air Force Base Fighter Wings return from 3-month deployment to the Middle East

Hill Air Force Base Fighter Wings return from 3-month deployment to the Middle East

Alex Cabrero, KSL-TV  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 10:48 p.m.  |  Save Story

Hill Air Force Base Fighter Wings returned Saturday from a three-month mission in the Middle East, helping provide air support in the war against terrorism.
A pouring out of love: Utahns gather for Great Salt Lake blessing ceremony

A pouring out of love: Utahns gather for Great Salt Lake blessing ceremony

Sydnee Gonzalez, KSL.com  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 10:34 p.m.  |  Save Story

Children and adults took turns pouring the jars and bottles into the late Saturday morning as part of an offering ceremony for the lake on Antelope Island.
Government shutdown averted with little time to spare as Biden signs funding before midnight

Government shutdown averted with little time to spare as Biden signs funding before midnight

Lisa Mascaro, Kevin Freking and Stephen Groves, Associated Press  |  Updated Sept. 30 - 9:48 p.m.  |  Save Story

The threat of a federal government shutdown suddenly lifted late Saturday hours before a midnight deadline as Congress approved a temporary funding bill to keep agencies open and sent the measure to President Joe Biden to become law.
Here's everything coming and going on Netflix in October

Here's everything coming and going on Netflix in October

Sicily Stanton, KSL.com  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 9:36 p.m.  |  Save Story

Here's a look at what is coming and going on Netflix in October.
What are the new guidelines the BLM released for Labyrinth Canyon, Gemini Bridges?

What are the new guidelines the BLM released for Labyrinth Canyon, Gemini Bridges?

Sarah Gambles, Deseret News  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 9:02 p.m.  |  Save Story

The Bureau of Land Management released a new travel plan on how to manage the land in the world-renowned Labyrinth Canyon and Gemini Bridges area near Moab this week.
Thanksgiving Point aims to build 'best children's science museum in the nation'

Thanksgiving Point aims to build 'best children's science museum in the nation'

Cassidy Wixom, KSL.com  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 8:35 p.m.  |  Save Story

Thanksgiving Point officials gathered Utah leaders in STEM Wednesday to brainstorm ideas for a new children's science and technology center it plans to build.
'I feel at home here': Utah tech community welcomes 18 Ukrainian companies

'I feel at home here': Utah tech community welcomes 18 Ukrainian companies

Katie McKellar, Deseret News  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 8:14 p.m.  |  Save Story

Yaroslav Fisiuk works with a software development company where about 95% of its more than 300 developers are based in war-torn Ukraine.
Hungarian president had 'inspiring conversation' with Latter-day Saint leaders

Hungarian president had 'inspiring conversation' with Latter-day Saint leaders

Dennis Romboy, Deseret News  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 7:53 p.m.  |  Save Story

The president of Hungary brought her pro-family message to the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-day Saints and the governor of Utah during a visit to the state this week.
Former homeless youth help Salt Lake County secure federal grant

Former homeless youth help Salt Lake County secure federal grant

Andrew Adams, KSL-TV  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 7:21 p.m.  |  Save Story

Salt Lake County is set to receive nearly $2.8 million in federal grant money to help tackle issues associated with youth homelessness.
Saturday evening session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

Saturday evening session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

KSL.com Staff  |  Updated Sept. 30 - 7:16 p.m.  |  Save Story

The latest talk summaries and announcements from the Saturday evening session of the October 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Have You Seen This? Dad cries entire inning of his son's MLB debut

Have You Seen This? Dad cries entire inning of his son's MLB debut

Martha Ostergar for KSL.com  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 6:32 p.m.  |  Save Story

It must be magical to see all your kid's dreams come true.
Review: 'The Creator' is the biggest and best surprise of 2023

Review: 'The Creator' is the biggest and best surprise of 2023

John Clyde for KSL.com  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 5:23 p.m.  |  Save Story

It's hard to come by a sci-fi movie that doesn't have "Star Wars" or "Avengers" in the title, but "The Creator" is original sci-fi and it's something I've been waiting to see back in the theater for a long time.
Jazz coach sees world where rookies 'play themselves into minutes'

Jazz coach sees world where rookies 'play themselves into minutes'

Ryan Miller, KSL.com  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 4:56 p.m.  |  Save Story

Will Hardy has a message — a warning, even — for the three Utah Jazz rookies ahead of their first training camp: This isn't Summer League, this isn't open gym, and it certainly isn't college.
California's Newsom promoting Biden in '24 and perhaps himself in '28

California's Newsom promoting Biden in '24 and perhaps himself in '28

Joseph Ax, Reuters  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 4:56 p.m.  |  Save Story

Shortly after Wednesday's second Republican presidential debate concluded, California Gov. Gavin Newsom was holding court in the so-called "spin room," bouncing from one network to another to tout Democratic President Joe Biden as the real winner of the evening.
IRS employees in Ogden worry about potential government shutdown

IRS employees in Ogden worry about potential government shutdown

Britt Johnson, KSL NewsRadio  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 4:10 p.m.  |  Save Story

Internal Revenue Service employees in Ogden say the last shutdown was enough of a hardship. The possibility of a government shutdown seems more and more likely.
Saturday afternoon session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

Saturday afternoon session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

KSL.com Staff  |  Updated Sept. 30 - 3:57 p.m.  |  Save Story

The latest talk summaries and announcements from the Saturday afternoon session of the October 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Utah State beats UConn in dramatic fashion on Larsen's blocked PAT

Utah State beats UConn in dramatic fashion on Larsen's blocked PAT

Andrew Hyde for KSL.com  |  Updated Sept. 30 - 3:23 p.m.  |  Save Story

Jalen Royals and Cooper Legas led the Aggies' offense in an aggressive second half comeback against the UConn Huskies on Saturday morning.
Why app ideas thrive in Silicon Slopes

Why app ideas thrive in Silicon Slopes

Intelgic  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 3:00 p.m.  |  Save Story

For entrepreneurs and innovators alike, the Silicon Slopes region of Utah has emerged as a potent force in the tech world.
A truck crash in Illinois kills 5, seriously injures 5 and forces an evacuation due to ammonia leak

A truck crash in Illinois kills 5, seriously injures 5 and forces an evacuation due to ammonia leak

John O'connor and Colleen Slevin, Associated Press  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 2:37 p.m.  |  Save Story

Federal regulators are investigating the crash of a semitruck carrying anhydrous ammonia in Illinois. The crash lead to five deaths and five serious injuries.
General conference special: HOPE: The Tabernacle Choir World Tour

General conference special: HOPE: The Tabernacle Choir World Tour

Angie Denison and Dan Rascon, KSL-TV  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 1:02 p.m.  |  Save Story

This documentary offers an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the iconic Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square as it embarks on a momentous world tour, with Mexico as its inaugural destination. Travel with the choir as it shares a message of hope with the citizens of Mexico City.
General conference special: World Report

General conference special: World Report

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 1:00 p.m.  |  Save Story

The October 2023 edition of the World Report, a semiannual compilation of news from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, showcases the Church's humanitarian efforts to help communities in Maui, Türkiye, Syria and Africa; and the global reach of the Light the World Giving Machines.
From bad to worse, few answers readily available for Utes offense

From bad to worse, few answers readily available for Utes offense

Josh Furlong, KSL.com  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 12:12 p.m.  |  Save Story

There was nothing of real substance to celebrate Friday night.
Saturday morning session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

Saturday morning session: Summaries from Latter-day Saint general conference

KSL.com Staff  |  Updated Sept. 30 - 12:11 p.m.  |  Save Story

The latest talk summaries and announcements from the Saturday morning session of the October 2023 general conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Utah's Noelia Voigt crowned Miss USA 2023

Utah's Noelia Voigt crowned Miss USA 2023

Alex Rees, CNN  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 12:11 p.m.  |  Save Story

Noelia Voigt of Utah was crowned the new Miss USA in Reno, Nevada, at the culmination of the 2023 pageant at the Grand Sierra Resort on Friday night, broadcast live on the CW Network. Savannah Gankiewicz of Hawaii placed as first-runner-up.
Sen. Mitt Romney says his priority is to 'keep government open' as shutdown looks more likely

Sen. Mitt Romney says his priority is to 'keep government open' as shutdown looks more likely

Suzanne Bates, Deseret News  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 11:07 a.m.  |  Save Story

As Congress careens toward Saturday's shutdown deadline, Sen. Mitt Romney said he continues to try to find a way to keep the lights on.
Saratoga Springs temple dedication marks wave of temple growth in Utah

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Saratoga Springs temple dedication marks wave of temple growth in Utah

Scott Taylor, Deseret News  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 11:03 a.m.  |  Save Story

Utah's has 28 temples operating, under construction or under renovation.
General conference special: History of the Saints

General conference special: History of the Saints

Glenn Rawson  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 10:31 a.m.  |  Save Story

This History of the Saints special presentation tells the story of the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum Smith on June 27, 1844. Using documents and material from volume 15 of The Joseph Smith Papers project, historians share context about the events that led up to the day, and what happened in the aftermath.
Springville family asks city to dim their streetlights for Halloween

Springville family asks city to dim their streetlights for Halloween

Shelby Lofton, KSL-TV  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 9:08 a.m.  |  Save Story

A Springville family said the streetlight in front of their house interferes with their Halloween setup.
New rule will cut federal money to college programs that leave grads with high debt, low pay

New rule will cut federal money to college programs that leave grads with high debt, low pay

Collin Binkley, Associated Press  |  Posted Sept. 30 - 8:47 a.m.  |  Save Story

A new federal rule threatens to cut federal money to college programs that consistently leave graduates with low pay or unaffordable debt.

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