Lauren McCluskey photos were shown, but not shared digitally with others, report says
A review of accusations that a University of Utah police officer inappropriately downloaded and shared intimate photos used to extort murdered student Lauren McCluskey is now finished.
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Cara MacDonald, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 5th - 12:16pm
A lush oasis tucked neatly between soaring red-rock cliffs, Grandstaff Canyon trail is a timeless classic located near Moab, Utah which is doable for the whole family.
Matthew Perrone, Nicky Forster and Michelle Liu, Associated Press | Posted Aug 5th - 11:48am
U.S. testing for the coronavirus is dropping even as infections remain high and the death toll rises by more than 1,000 a day, a worrisome trend that officials attribute largely to Americans getting discouraged over having to wait hours to get a test and days or weeks to find out the results.
Bassem Mroue, Associated Press | Updated Aug 5th - 11:15am
Investigators began searching through the wreckage of Beirut’s port Wednesday for clues to the cause of the massive explosion that ripped across the Lebanese capital, and the government ordered port officials put under house arrest amid speculation that negligence was to blame.
Dennis Romboy, Deseret News | Posted Aug 5th - 11:13am
Though more than half of parents plan for their children to attend school, less than half think public schools in their local school districts should open for in-person classes in the fall.
Josh Furlong, KSL.com | Posted Aug 5th - 10:57am
As conferences begin to release plans for the fall season of athletic activities, the NCAA Board of Governors released Wednesday “specific requirements” necessary before any sport can resume.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Aug 5th - 10:23am
Twenty-eight girls soccer games were scattered throughout the state as the first team-based sport kicked off among Utah high schools since the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered schools back in March.
Matt Gephardt, KSL TV | Posted Aug 5th - 10:04am
Think back to the last time you traveled by plane. You hit 10,000 feet and, boom, somebody jumps on the intercom and reminds you to check out their credit card to earn some bonus miles or discounts on hotels or checked bags.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Aug 5th - 9:33am
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes announced Wednesday that a settlement agreement has been reached over the Gold King Mine spill that happened five years ago on Wednesday.
Jacob Klopfenstein and Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Updated Aug 5th - 9:08am
A man died Tuesday morning after his car and a UTA bus collided near 1175 W. 4570 South in Taylorsville, police confirmed.
Becky Bruce, KSL NewsRadio | Posted Aug 5th - 9:02am
A Senate floor speech in 2018, just over a month before Josh and Thamy Holt’s release from a Venezuela prison, threatened to potentially undo all the work behind the scenes.
Dan Rascon, KSL TV | Posted Aug 5th - 8:43am
A New York-based drug company is starting a U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved clinical study on a new drug to determine whether or not it could treat COVID-19.
Mike Anderson, KSL TV | Posted Aug 5th - 8:22am
A group of Salt Lake City campers scrambled to escape their site this weekend after smoke and flames from the Upper Provo Fire appeared on the horizon.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 5th - 8:05am
With school districts in Utah putting out their plans for the 2020-2021 school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents are finding themselves torn. But there are more options out there than you think.
Minky Couture | Posted Aug 5th - 8:00am
If you're not a fan of triple-digit temps or the sweltering heat August is bringing in, consider these activities to cool off.
Matt Rascon and Morgan Wolfe, KSL TV | Posted Aug 5th - 7:38am
The back-to-school debate was front and center at the Davis School District Tuesday as parents rallied against the district’s updated hybrid model for returning to the classroom.
Linda Williams and Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Aug 5th - 7:23am
Officials believe an early morning fire at a UDOT employee compound in Wendover may be arson.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Posted Aug 5th - 6:18am
Sen. Mike Lee told an online Sutherland Institute audience Tuesday that even when the exercise of religious liberty comes at the expense of someone else, “that doesn’t make it OK to trample” because of constitutional protections put in place to limit government.
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