'Cold': Woman who dated killer Josh Powell breaks silence in new podcast
A woman who dated Josh Powell in 1998 shares her story publicly for the very first time in the first episode of a weekly multimonth KSL podcast titled "Cold."
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Sean Walker, KSL.com | Updated Nov 13th - 10:10pm
Yoeli Childs had 18 points and 15 rebounds with three assists and two blocks, and Dalton Nixon added a career-high 15 points to help BYU cruise to a win over Northwestern State, 82-57 Tuesday night at the Marriott Center.
Ben Lockhart | Updated Nov 13th - 10:08pm
Utahns' no votes against Proposition 4 currently hold a lead of 922 ballots out of 909,060 so far tallied in Utah following the release of additional results by 11 counties Tuesday.
Ashley Imlay, KSL and Caitlin Burchill, KSL TV, KSL | Updated Nov 13th - 10:07pm
Sheriff's deputies are investigating after a dog was shot and killed in the owner's backyard on Sunday, officials said.
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Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Nov 13th - 9:43pm
Oakland city officials terminated a lease with the would-be developer of an export terminal that would ship Utah coal to Asian markets. The city says the developer failed to meet construction deadlines. The developer disagrees.
Former Latter-day Saint bishop who opposed 'sexually explicit interviews' loses excommunication appeal
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Nov 13th - 9:10pm
A former Texas bishop for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who was excommunicated for public opposition to the church and its leaders was told Sunday that his appeal of that disciplinary decision was rejected.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Nov 13th - 8:28pm
A man has died after he was injured in an industrial accident at a mine near Moab that claimed the lives of two other men on Saturday.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Nov 13th - 8:05pm
Sen.–elect Mitt Romney joined other freshmen senators in Washington, D.C., for orientation meetings Tuesday.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Updated Nov 13th - 6:19pm
A driver suffered non-life threatening injuries after police say he ran a stop sign, causing a three-vehicle crash.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Updated Nov 13th - 6:02pm
Rep. Mia Love continues to trail her challenger, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams, in the 4th Congressional District race.
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Josh Furlong, KSL.com | Posted Nov 13th - 5:14pm
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Attorneys for a St. George teenager accused of bringing a homemade backpack bomb to school in March want a judge to toss the case, saying the charges are too hefty.
Ashley Moser, KSL TV | Posted Nov 13th - 4:40pm
A 6-year-old boy had to have emergency surgery after he accidentally swallowed fidget magnets, a toy that’s marketed for people with ADHD.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Updated Nov 13th - 4:37pm
The body of Maj. Brent Taylor will return to Utah Wednesday for a public viewing Friday and funeral on Saturday.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Nov 13th - 4:09pm
A committee of lawmakers wants Utah to send a loud message on how the newly reduced Bears Ears National Monument would be managed if the lands were in control of the state. It voted Tuesday to begin crafting a plan to submit to the Legislature.
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Qualtrics’ deal with SAP is the second-largest acquisition of a private tech company in history, according to Qualtrics CEO Ryan Smith.
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A rare joint meeting of the Utah House and Senate is set for Wednesday to welcome U.S. Olympic Committee officials who'll be in town as part of the process to choose an American city to bid for a future Winter Games.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Nov 13th - 3:32pm
A new podcast series debuting Wednesday sets to shed light on one of Utah’s most notorious crime mysteries: Susan Powell’s disappearance and the impact it had on the community.
- 'Cold': Woman who dated killer Josh Powell breaks silence in new podcast
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- Former Latter-day Saint bishop who opposed 'sexually explicit interviews' loses excommunication appeal
- Tuesday's tallies narrow McAdams' lead over Love to 1,229 votes in 4th Congressional District
- Utah teen charged with bringing bomb to school wants case dismissed
- South Salt Lake bar to close after weekend shooting
- Police: Man who threatened to kill ex-girlfriend found dead of self-inflicted gunshot
- New podcast to shed light on Susan Powell cold case
- Deputies investigating after dog shot to death in owner's backyard in Eagle Mountain
- University of Utah OKs $80 million expansion of Rice-Eccles Stadium