Officer who died protecting his hometown to be laid to rest today in Ogden
A police officer called a “son of Ogden” who was killed in the line of duty will be laid to rest today following a memorial service at Lindquist Field.
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Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Jun 6th - 12:01pm
The mass gathering of nearly 1,000 people in Utah’s third-largest city Friday night was not a protest. It was a call for unity.
Graham Dudley and Katie Workman, KSL.com | Posted Jun 6th - 10:43am
As hundreds gathered in protest at the Utah Capitol on a blustery Friday evening, a smaller group assembled at the corner of 900 South and 300 West in Salt Lake City, steps away from where Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal was shot to death by police two weeks ago.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Jun 6th - 10:07am
Flash flooding is expected for many areas Saturday as wet weather moves into the Beehive State over the weekend.
Marjorie Cortez, KSL | Posted Jun 6th - 9:41am
Just as the Utah State Board of Education acted as a resource to public schools when the COVID-19 pandemic forced them to make a sudden pivot to distance learning in mid-March, several board members said Thursday it should serve a similar role as schools prepare for fall.
KSL.com Staff | Posted Jun 6th - 9:04am
Here's the latest on the Elberta Fire, Old Pinery Fire, Broad Canyon Fire and other wildfires across Utah today.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Updated Jun 6th - 8:35am
On Friday, the National Basketball Players Association approved the league’s proposal of a 22-team restart at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida.
Stephen Ohlemacher and Will Weissert, Associated Press | Updated Jun 6th - 7:41am
Joe Biden formally clinched the Democratic presidential nomination Friday, setting him up for a bruising challenge to President Donald Trump that will play out against the unprecedented backdrop of a pandemic, economic collapse and civil unrest.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Updated Jun 5th - 10:40pm
Protesters returned to Salt Lake City streets in smaller numbers Friday night as the nation continues the reel over the death of George Floyd, adding to their cries against police brutality after Salt Lake City police released what the mayor called “disturbing” body camera footage of the shooting of Bernardo Palacios-Carbajal.
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Updated Jun 5th - 10:32pm
The fire, dubbed the Old Pinery Fire, was estimated to be about 30 acres and growing just before 9 p.m., fire officials said.
Ben Fox and Jeff Amy, Associated Press | Updated Jun 5th - 10:30pm
Protesters stirred by the death of George Floyd vowed Friday to turn an extraordinary outpouring of grief into a sustained movement as demonstrations shifted to a calmer, but no less determined, focus on addressing racial injustice.
KSL.com Staff | Updated Jun 5th - 10:13pm
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Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Updated Jun 5th - 10:03pm
Both directions of I-15 at 21st Street reopened about 9:30 p.m., the Utah Department of Transportation reported.
Aley Davis, KSL TV | Posted Jun 5th - 9:44pm
Many Utahns have been juggling multiple responsibilities the last few months between working full-time and parenting full-time. It's an adjustment for both parents and kids, especially now that summer is in full swing.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Updated Jun 5th - 9:39pm
Video appears to show man shot 20 times in the back and officers yelling 17 times to stop or drop gun.
Art Raymond, KSL | Posted Jun 5th - 8:04pm
A statewide ban on chokeholds and knee holds could be in the offing for Utah law enforcement agencies under new legislative efforts.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jun 5th - 7:11pm
On a recent visit to Bryce Canyon National Park, my family was reminded that despite world unrest and turmoil that there is still good in the world.
Josh Furlong, KSL.com | Updated Jun 5th - 6:26pm
Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley has been suspended indefinitely from the football program after it was made known that he had used a racial slur in a text message from 2013.
Citing jobs report, Trump claims victory over coronavirus, economic collapse, progress on racial inequality
Steve Peoples, Zeke Miller and Josh Boak, Associated Press | Posted Jun 5th - 6:26pm
President Donald Trump effectively claimed victory over the economic crisis and COVID-19 on Friday as well as major progress against racial inequality, heartily embracing a better-than-expected jobs report in hopes of convincing a discouraged nation he deserves another four years in office.
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