Bill to make daylight saving time permanent soars through House
A bill to make daylight saving time permanent in Utah soared through the House Wednesday.
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Emily Fonnesbeck, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 26th - 1:45pm
It's hard to know how to approach a loved one you suspect may be struggling with an eating disorder. Here are some things specialists suggest you keep in mind when you do.
Paul Nelson, KSL Newsradio | Posted Feb 26th - 1:17pm
One of the busiest prosecutors in Utah has harsh words for the Utah Attorney General’s Office about a conviction integrity bill.
Jacob Klopfenstein and Linda Williams, KSL.com | Updated Feb 26th - 12:36pm
Two men are in police custody after a 26-year-old man was fatally stabbed in West Valley City overnight.
Spencer Durrant, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 26th - 12:17pm
Winter in Utah usually means one thing: skiing. But winter is also one of the best times to learn how to fly fish.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Updated Feb 26th - 12:00pm
On a recent morning, I awoke to a curious sight: There was a spoon in my laundry room. While I’m clueless as to how it got there, I know I'm not alone in my plight of finding odd things strewn across my home (likely left there by kids).
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Updated Feb 26th - 11:53am
One woman died and another person was critically injured in a single-vehicle rollover crash on Monday evening, Utah Highway Patrol troopers said.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Feb 26th - 11:50am
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is considered a frontrunner in the Democratic presidential race, will be in the state the day before Super Tuesday.
Dick Harmon, Deseret News | Posted Feb 26th - 11:44am
The way-too-early-to-look at BYU basketball fortunes — since there is much work left to do — is that first-year coach Mark Pope has created something special in a matter of 10 months.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Feb 26th - 11:03am
A wanted parole fugitive with known gang affiliations was arrested Tuesday following an officer-involved shooting in Davis County in which no one was injured, according to police.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Feb 26th - 10:46am
Candidates seeking the Democratic presidential nomination have been in attack mode on fossil fuel executives, with Bernie Sanders asserting they should be charged criminally, Joe Biden wanting to jail them and Elizabeth Warren accusing corporate leaders of corruption.
KSL.com Staff | Posted Feb 26th - 10:27am
Utah lawmakers are scheduled to hold their first discussion in committee on the topic of banning abortions with limited exceptions during a hearing Wednesday afternoon.
Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 26th - 10:13am
Finally, after perceived to have underachieved since starting college basketball three years ago, TJ Haws has found redemption even if he didn't need it.
Nicole Winfield and Jim Gomez, Associated Press | Updated Feb 26th - 10:00am
The Vatican was going ahead with plans for Pope Francis to celebrate the Ash Wednesday ritual kicking off the Catholic Church's Lenten season, but elsewhere in Italy Masses were canceled over fears of the new coronavirus and other Catholic countries took precautions.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Feb 26th - 9:23am
Authorities say an inmate escaped from the Weber County Jail on Tuesday evening by posing as another inmate.
Ashley Moser, KSL TV | Posted Feb 26th - 9:06am
The goal of the scavenger hunt: Pay it forward, giving the winner $100 and challenging him or her to give away $50 of it to someone else.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Feb 26th - 8:39am
The American people sat through the tenth — yes, tenth — Democratic debate and listened to the candidates talk over each other in what may have been the most fiery debate yet.
Mike Anderson, KSL TV | Posted Feb 26th - 8:21am
The COVID-19 outbreak is impacting at least one Utah game business, which depends on factories in China to make its products.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Feb 26th - 8:00am
Utah is looking to break free of what a lawmaker says is a vicious cycle in which states across the nation “cannibalize” themselves and the taxpayer dollar to attract big-name companies.
Alex Cabrero, KSL TV | Posted Feb 26th - 7:42am
A Utah photographer, whose work is featured in the Salt Lake City International Airport, was severely injured during a backcountry photoshoot in Utah County.
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- Arianne Brown: The spoon in my laundry room and other odd discoveries
- Police: 2 in custody after fatal stabbing in West Valley City
- Salt Lake County DA spars with state officials over conviction integrity bill
6A boys state tourney: Lone Peak staves off late Skyridge rally to claim 74-73 win
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- Fast start leads Merrill, Aggies by San Jose State in senior-night rout
- 5A girls state tourney: Highland grinds out low-scoring win over Salem Hills
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