Utahns grieve for families separated at border, call for 'just and humane' immigration laws
Dozens gathered at City Creek Park on Saturday for a vigil, joining in song and prayer to grieve for the immigrant community and to call for change.
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Bill Riley, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jun 23rd - 11:17pm
Real Salt Lake sees it's six match home winning streak snapped in a 1-1 draw with the San Jose Earthquakes Saturday night.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Jun 23rd - 11:08pm
Damir Kreilach and San Jose’s Danny Hoesen each scored a second-half goal as the Earthquakes split the points with Real Salt Lake, 1-1 Saturday night at Rio Tinto Stadium.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Jun 23rd - 10:47pm
Police say a 26-year-old man was taken into custody after another man was hospitalized with stab wounds Saturday night.
Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press | Posted Jun 23rd - 9:26pm
Viruses that sneak into the brain just might play a role in Alzheimer's, scientists reported Thursday in a provocative study that promises to re-ignite some long-debated theories about what triggers the mind-robbing disease.
KSL Sports | Posted Jun 23rd - 9:03pm
Katie Naughton and Vanessa DiBernardo each scored a goal in the second half as the Chicago Red Stars took a 2-0 win over Utah Royals FC at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois.
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Wendy Leonard, KSL | Posted Jun 23rd - 8:29pm
Utah's Hill Air Force Base kicked off the Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show on Saturday. The free public show also runs Sunday.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Jun 23rd - 7:52pm
Tonata Lauti scored two tries, and the Utah Warriors overcame a 17-12 halftime deficit to rally by the Houston Sabercats 31-27 and clinch the final berth in the Major League Rugby championship series Saturday afternoon at Zions Bank Stadium.
Tom James, Associated Press | Posted Jun 23rd - 7:20pm
The words blasted to cellphones around Oregon's capital city were ominous: "Civil emergency . prepare for action."
Wendy Leonard, KSL | Posted Jun 23rd - 6:47pm
Hundreds of Utah kids participated in the World's Largest Swimming Lesson on Thursday, a worldwide effort to increase awareness of the importance of water safety and to prevent drowning.
Amy Taxin, Associated Press | Posted Jun 23rd - 6:29pm
The Trump administration is calling for the expanded use of family detention for immigrant parents and children who are stopped along the U.S.-Mexico border, a move decried by advocates as a cruel and ineffective attempt to deter families from coming to the United States.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Jun 23rd - 6:16pm
Some Holladay residents protesting a 57-acre, high-density housing development on the site of the old Cottonwood Mall have launched a petition to let voters decide whether to stop the project in its tracks.
McKenna Park, KSL | Posted Jun 23rd - 5:13pm
In its 42nd year, the annual Utah Arts Festival is showcasing a range of visual and performing arts, including music, dance, film and visual art.
Yvette Cruz, KSL.com | Posted Jun 23rd - 4:40pm
Three bicyclists participating in a charity event were injured Saturday morning when a vehicle rear-ended the group, officials report.
Jordan Ormond, KSL.com | Posted Jun 23rd - 3:01pm
A man has been arrested in connection with what police called a suspicious death Friday.
Sean Moody, KSL TV | Posted Jun 23rd - 2:39pm
Andy and Amanda Peterson wanted to do something big for their anniversary, so they decided to do a remodel of their master bedroom. Their door is now the iconic "Jurassic Park" gate thanks to the couple's shared love of the Spielberg dinosaur classic.
Jasen Lee, KSL | Posted Jun 23rd - 1:38pm
Ogden resident Guy Wilkins, an authority on solar salt production, was recognized at the 2018 World Salt Symposium hosted in Park City. He made a name for himself developing formulas that helped salt-making plants operate more efficiently.
Andrew Adams, KSL TV | Posted Jun 23rd - 1:12pm
A tense situation with a man, who appeared to be armed with a gun, was resolved when an officer from a neighboring police department opened fire with a "less-lethal" shotgun.
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