Mayor Jenny Wilson announces changes to Council on Diversity Affairs; removal of director upsets some
Wilson says logistics of how new subcommittees will enhance day-to-day operations still being determined.
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Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Jun 6th - 9:05pm
Jack Walker went 2 for 3 with a double and two runs scored, and Kaden Carpenter was 2 for 3 with a double, three RBIs and drew the game-winning hit-by-pitch to help American Fork rally for an 8-7 win over Riverton.
Jen Riess, KSL.com | Posted Jun 6th - 9:04pm
A woman is going into surgery after an accidental shooting at a gun range in Murray on Saturday.
Jon Gambrell and Frank Bajak, Associated Press | Updated Jun 6th - 8:13pm
OPEC and allied nations agreed Saturday to extend a production cut of nearly 10 million barrels of oil a day through the end of July, hoping to encourage stability in energy markets hard hit by the coronavirus-induced global economic crisis.
KSL.com Staff | Updated Jun 6th - 8:06pm
Here's the latest on the Elberta Fire, Old Pinery Fire, Broad Canyon Fire and other wildfires across Utah today.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Jun 6th - 8:05pm
It's been a wild windy weekend across the Wasatch Front and stormy across the state. High winds overturned semitrucks, damaged structures, knocked out power and helped spread fires — while storms in some cases helped slow the blazes.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Jun 6th - 7:43pm
Discovery could help improve treatment of those with Type 1 diabetes, researchers say.
Sahalie Donaldson, KSL | Posted Jun 6th - 7:16pm
The University of Utah Health fell victim to a phishing scheme in which an outside party accessed patient information such as birthdates and clinical information through employee emails, the organization announced Friday.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says league was wrong for not listening to players earlier about racism
Chloe Melas, CNN | Posted Jun 6th - 6:26pm
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday the league should have listened to players earlier about racism concerns in response to NFL players calling on the league to condemn racism and support its black players.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Jun 6th - 5:46pm
Sponsored by Sen. Mitt Romney, and two Arizona senators, the legislation would end decades of conflict among the Navajo Nation, the federal government and Utah over water rights.
Steven Sloan, David Crary and Tom Foreman Jr., Associated Press | Updated Jun 6th - 5:16pm
Tens of thousands of protesters streamed into the nation’s capital and other major cities Saturday in another huge mobilization against police brutality, while George Floyd was remembered in his North Carolina hometown by mourners who waited hours for a glimpse of his golden coffin.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Updated Jun 6th - 4:56pm
In a nation rocked by protests against police, this northern Utah city showed its solidarity for a fallen officer who died protecting the community he loved.
Raf Casert and Alex Turnbull, Associated Press | Posted Jun 6th - 4:37pm
The essence of war remembrance is to make sure the fallen are never forgotten. All it takes is a wreath, a tiny wooden cross, a little token on a faraway grave to show that people still care about their fallen hero, parent or grandparent.
Martha Ostergar, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jun 6th - 3:15pm
I scream, you scream, we all scream. End of statement.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jun 6th - 2:25pm
A large lightning-caused wildfire that burned west of the Great Salt Lake destroyed significant pieces of history along the historic transcontinental railroad line.
Graham Dudley, KSL.com | Updated Jun 6th - 1:41pm
The Utah Department of Health announced Saturday a jump of 107 COVID-19 cases above the previous single-day high, set just one day before.
'What if that were my daughter?': Utah protesters unite for Breonna Taylor, other victims of police violence
Katie Workman, KSL.com | Posted Jun 6th - 12:39pm
On Friday evening, several hundred protesters gathered at the Utah Capitol building amid wind and stormy skies with a message: this is about much more than the death of George Floyd.
Erica Evans, Deseret News | Posted Jun 6th - 12:14pm
Do some supportive posts — like solid black images with the hashtag #blackouttuesday — do more harm than good?
- Utah reports 546 new coronavirus cases, another new high, and 1 death Saturday
- Coronavirus updates: Stay up to date on COVID-19 news here
- High wind and thunderstorms cause damage across the Wasatch Front
- Protests remain peaceful following release of footage of Salt Lake police shooting
- Mayor Jenny Wilson announces changes to Council on Diversity Affairs; removal of director upsets some
- Woman accidentally shot in legs at Murray gun range, but injuries not life-threatening
- Utah wildfire destroyed nearly 150-year-old pieces of transcontinental railroad history
- Utah fires: Promontory Point Fire grows with high winds, Elberta Fire 50% contained
- University of Utah researchers develop fast-acting insulin based on sea snail venom
- University of Utah Health patient info was breached through ‘phishing schemes’
American Fork rallies from 7 runs down to win Last Chance 6A baseball tournament
- NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says league was wrong for not listening to players earlier about racism
- Dennis Lindsey says Jazz are looking forward to getting back on the court
- Need more hand sanitizer: 5-run 4th sends American Fork to championship game of 6A Last Chance tourney
- Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley suspended for using racial slur in 2013