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Man charged with aggravated murder of St. George woman

Jeff Richards, St. George News  |  Posted Sep 30th - 1:32pm

A man authorities suspected of involvement in the death of 26-year-old Stevie Shay Wilkerson of St. George has been charged with capital murder in connection with the case.

Next Trump-Biden debate will have new rules to aid 'orderly discussion'

Jarrett Renshaw and Trevor Hunnicutt, Reuters  |  Posted Sep 30th - 12:44pm

The group that manages U.S. presidential election debates said on Wednesday it will take steps to bring order to the final two contests between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden, following widespread criticism.

Police: Man wounded in Ogden officer-involved shooting

Carter Williams,  |  Updated Sep 30th - 12:31pm

A man suspected in a business break-in suffered wounds that are not believed to be life-threatening after he was shot by an officer during a confrontation outside of a transmission repair shop Wednesday morning, police said.

Salt Lake Temple renovation reaches 'hardest stage' with work on foundation underway

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 30th - 12:15pm

Temple Square already looks vastly different than it did nine months ago when crews began the massive Salt Lake Temple renovation project.

What Mitt Romney discussed with Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Sep 30th - 11:41am

Sen. Mitt Romney said he had an “informative” discussion with U.S. Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett on Wednesday.


Amy Coney Barrett, Diane Feinstein and the ‘dogma’

Jennifer Graham, Deseret News  |  Posted Sep 30th - 11:19am

“Liberals have dogma. Atheists have dogma. Everyone has dogma, but it doesn’t mean that they’re dogmatic,” said author David Rubin.

Audit finds Utah pandemic prep not sufficient with ‘unclear chain of command’

Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted Sep 30th - 11:17am

After months of tight-lipped work, Utah State Auditor John Dougall on Wednesday released a report detailing the results of his audit on the state of Utah’s COVID-19 pandemic response and its emergency purchases.

'I’m sorry to raise my voice': The 1st presidential debate was a chaotic affair, here are our takeaways for Utah voters

Ryan Miller,  |  Posted Sep 30th - 10:38am

What can voters — specifically those in Utah — take away from such a chaotic display that was Tuesday's debate? We’ll try and filter out some of the nonsense to help.

Student cadets lead military funeral for beloved ROTC instructor

Alex Cabrero, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 30th - 10:13am

Military funerals come with the time-honored tradition they deserve, and the funeral for Air Force Senior Master Sergeant and ROTC instructor Morgan Hager Tuesday morning was no different.

West Jordan, Mountain Ridge high schools shift to online due to rising COVID-19 cases

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Sep 30th - 9:52am

Meeting in emergency session, the Jordan Board of Education voted late Tuesday to close West Jordan and Mountain Ridge high schools and shift to online learning starting Thursday.

Mask mandates, education funding and 4 other takeaways from Utah's gubernatorial debate

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 30th - 9:34am

The gubernatorial debate between Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and Chris Peterson was nothing like the presidential debate — but that's not to say nothing happened.

2020 election: Utah governor’s race — candidates, issues, key dates and debates

Graham Dudley,  |  Updated Sep 30th - 9:04am

What began as a wide-open race likely focused on who can strengthen Utah’s economic standing will now pivot to who is best poised to lead the state’s response to and recovery from a global pandemic.

This local business can create and design an app for you

Appstango  |  Posted Sep 30th - 9:00am

When you’ve got a business to run, developing an app on your own may feel like a Herculean task—unless you’ve got someone who can do it for you.

U.S. intelligence reports warn of extremist threat around election

Ted Hesson, Kristina Cooke and Mark Hosenball, Reuters  |  Posted Sep 30th - 8:03am

U.S. security officials are warning that violent domestic extremists pose a threat to the presidential election next month, amid what one official called a "witch's brew" of rising political tensions, civil unrest and foreign disinformation campaigns.

Utah custodian, manager of school cleanliness for decades, wins national award

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Sep 30th - 7:33am

Amid pandemic, ‘schools are the most clean and germ-free than they ever have been,’ Southam says.

Unfriendly skies: Airline workers brace for mass layoffs

Tom Krisher and Cathy Bussewitz, Associated Press  |  Posted Sep 30th - 7:07am

The worries are growing for United Airlines flight attendant Jordy Comeaux.

Corner Canyon High’s 'Mama J' released from hospital as she recovers from COVID-19

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Sep 30th - 6:30am

Corner Canyon High School teacher Charri Jensen, hospitalized for nearly two weeks for treatment of COVID-19, was released from Intermountain Medical Center Tuesday.

U. of U. researchers studying long-term effects of COVID-19 on heart

Mike Anderson, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 29th - 10:20pm

Doctors at the University of Utah have put a plan in place to watch the heart health of hospitalized COVID-19 patients long-term. That includes having some of them back multiple times for follow-up tests.

Candidates for Utah governor keep it civil in their final debate

Lisa Riley Roche, KSL  |  Updated Sep 29th - 10:10pm

Republican Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox and Democratic University of Utah law professor Chris Peterson, stressed their differences on the state’s response to COVID-19 on Tuesday.


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