Utah lawmakers shoot down slew of gun bills
One by one, lawmakers shot down three bills seeking to strengthen Utah’s gun laws on Monday.
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Felicia Martinez, KSL TV | Updated Feb 24th - 10:27pm
A woman accused of strangling her children to death nine years ago appeared before a judge at the Davis County District Court on Monday.
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Feb 24th - 9:50pm
Both occupants were ejected from the vehicle and later flown to a hospital via medical helicopter, troopers said.
Greg Beacham and Brian Melley, Associated Press | Updated Feb 24th - 8:45pm
Kobe Bryant’s wife remembered him as a devoted father and husband who arrived early for school pickups and wrote heartfelt cards and letters.
Anita Snow, Associated Press | Updated Feb 24th - 8:42pm
Pastor Antonio Velasquez says that before the Trump administration announced a crackdown on immigrants using government social services, people lined up before sunrise outside a state office in a largely Latino Phoenix neighborhood to sign up for food stamps and Medicaid.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Feb 24th - 8:38pm
A man currently in prison after he was arrested last year in an undercover internet sting has now been charged with kidnapping and raping a high school student in 2017.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Posted Feb 24th - 8:05pm
With Utah’s new medical marijuana program set to start Sunday, a bill making a number of last-minute fixes sailed through the state Senate Monday, 24-0.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Feb 24th - 7:43pm
A judge on Monday appointed a second defense attorney for the Grantsville teen accused of killing three of his siblings and his mother last month.
Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 24th - 7:22pm
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Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Feb 24th - 7:01pm
The third man arrested in connection with an alleged hate crime against a black missionary was formally charged Monday.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Posted Feb 24th - 6:37pm
As many as 80% of Utahns say the state doesn’t need new restrictions on abortions, according to results released Monday from a new poll for the Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, the Alliance for a Better Utah and the ACLU of Utah.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Feb 24th - 6:08pm
Utah archeologists say vandalism is plaguing the state's public lands and are hoping to curb the problem before it spirals out of control.
Alex Veiga and Damian J. Troise, Associated Press | Updated Feb 24th - 4:47pm
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped more than 1,000 points Monday in the worst day for the stock market in two years as investors worry that the spread of a viral outbreak that began in China will weaken global economic growth.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Feb 24th - 4:46pm
After years of languishing, a bill to ban hand-held cellphones as a primary offense cleared the full Utah House of Representatives Monday.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Feb 24th - 4:13pm
A man who got into a fight with his brother, ripping off his ear lobe in the process, was arrested over the weekend for investigation of numerous charges.
Michael R. Sisak and Tom Hays, Associated Press | Updated Feb 24th - 3:53pm
Former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was convicted of rape and sexual assault against two women and led off to prison in handcuffs Monday in what his foes hailed as a landmark moment for the legal system and a long-overdue reckoning for the man vilified as the biggest monster of the #MeToo era.
Graham Dudley, KSL.com | Posted Feb 24th - 3:34pm
It can be hard to keep track of the annual legislative session. Most Utahns just want to know one thing: How could lawmakers’ decisions affect me?
Gene Johnson, Associated Press | Updated Feb 24th - 3:10pm
A U.S. appeals court on Monday upheld Trump administration rules that bar health care providers in the federal family planning program for low-income women from referring patients for abortions.
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