2 boys shot in Sandy; police looking for gunman
Two boys were injured in a suspected drive-by shooting in Sandy on Friday.
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Jacob Klopfenstein and Jen Riess, KSL.com | Updated Apr 16th - 9:59pm
About 70 people were evacuated from an apartment building in Midvale on Friday afternoon, authorities said.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Apr 16th - 9:13pm
The Cougars (17-1) and Badgers (16-0) will be the only two teams playing Saturday night in Omaha, an accommodation made as a result of BYU's long-held religious beliefs.
Jill Lawless and Jo Kearney, Associated Press | Posted Apr 16th - 8:54pm
British soldiers, sailors and air force personnel were practicing, polishing and making final preparations Friday for Prince Philip's funeral, a martial but personal service that will mark the death of a royal patriarch who was also one of the dwindling number of World War II veterans.
Josh Furlong, KSL.com | Posted Apr 16th - 8:36pm
Don't call it a comeback, the Red Rocks have been here for years.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Apr 16th - 8:33pm
I may have spent the last dozen years driving to and supporting my children in the sport of soccer, but it wasn't until today that I finally earned my badge. Here's how.
Pat Reavy, Deseret News | Updated Apr 16th - 8:28pm
Two people were arrested in Tooele County this week as part of an ongoing investigation that police say started when more than two dozen guns were stolen from the home of a war veteran.
Jasen Lee, Deseret News | Posted Apr 16th - 8:12pm
Despite record numbers of Utahns filing for jobless benefits every week, some businesses are having big trouble finding workers to fill open positions.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Apr 16th - 7:01pm
Utah Legislature leaders on Friday revealed the members who will serve on a 20-person committee tasked with helping craft the state's voting boundaries for the next decade.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Updated Apr 16th - 6:29pm
The Jazz suffocated Indiana in the closing two quarters to come back from 17 down and beat the Pacers 119-111 Friday at Vivint Arena in a game that Donovan Mitchell couldn't finish.
Sara Burnett and Michael Tarm, Associated Press | Posted Apr 16th - 6:26pm
Newly released video that shows a Chicago police officer fatally shoot a 13-year-old will be key evidence when prosecutors consider a case against the officer and are confronted with both the emotions surrounding the chilling footage and legal precedent that makes it difficult to bring charges against law enforcement.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Apr 16th - 5:41pm
Gov. Spencer Cox said he didn't believe the Jazz scholarship program was at all racist.
Jen Riess, KSL.com | Posted Apr 16th - 4:52pm
Police are asking for the public's help in locating a 29-year-old man who has been missing for nearly a month.
Alex Cabrero, KSL TV | Posted Apr 16th - 4:33pm
With less than 100 days until the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, a Utah man has his sights set on Beijing and the 2022 Winter Games.
Visit Cedar City | Posted Apr 16th - 3:00pm
Surrounded by incredible outdoor recreation opportunities, Cedar City is the ideal getaway for those seeking an adventure.
'No concerns that we're seeing': Utah doctors explain how COVID-19 vaccines factor in women's health, pregnancy
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Apr 16th - 2:35pm
Here's what the COVID-19 vaccine means for expecting or new mothers, as well as other recent concerns in women's health, including the recent pause of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Jasen Lee, Deseret News | Posted Apr 16th - 1:32pm
One year since the coronavirus pandemic shocked the Utah economy, sending thousands of people into the morass of joblessness, the Beehive State today boasts the lowest unemployment rate in the nation.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Apr 16th - 1:18pm
Utah's number of COVID-19 cases increased by 463 on Friday, with two more deaths and 43,636 vaccinations reported, according to the Utah Department of Health.
Pat Reavy, Deseret News | Posted Apr 16th - 12:44pm
An award-winning teacher in Cache County now faces a charge of child abuse for allegedly attacking up to five students.
Ammon Teare, St. George News | Posted Apr 16th - 12:13pm
National Park Week will begin Saturday, and all visitors to national parks that day will be admitted free of charge.
Andrew Osborn and Tom Balmforth, Reuters | Posted Apr 16th - 11:35am
Russia will ask 10 U.S. diplomats to leave the country in retaliation for Washington's expulsion of the same number of Russian diplomats over alleged malign activity, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, Deseret News | Posted Apr 16th - 11:05am
Utah author Bill Pekny wrote a book with 13 chapters describing climate change, full of charts, colorful graphics and "key takeaways" after each segment in which he impresses upon his readers why his research matters, and should offer comfort to those who believe the world is on the eve of destruction.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Apr 16th - 11:00am
The three-time NBA champion has purchased an ownership stake in the Utah Jazz, joining Ryan Smith who purchased the team from the Miller family last fall.
Nandita Bose, Reuters | Posted Apr 16th - 10:22am
The Biden administration on Friday said it will invest $1.7 billion to help states and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention fight COVID-19 variants that are rapidly spreading across the United States.
Tania Dean and Deanie Wimmer, KSL TV | Posted Apr 16th - 9:55am
In some Utah districts, the number of failing grades more than doubled from the previous school year. Schools are now taking extra measures to get students caught up.
Sloan Schrage and Matt Gephardt, KSL TV | Posted Apr 16th - 9:35am
The tough economy of the past year turned many Americans into saving machines. Now that the pandemic seems to be easing its grip, more consumers are ready to spend, and that has financial experts concerned.
Mark Jackson, KSL NewsRadio | Posted Apr 16th - 8:31am
A tribute fit for a hero – on a hero's 100th birthday. One of the last remaining survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor, Ken Potts, is one of only two living survivors that were aboard the battleship USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Jasen Lee, Deseret News | Posted Apr 16th - 7:34am
Get ready, Utah drivers. The season of orange cones and detour signs is coming to a highway near you.
Eric Tucker, Associated Press | Posted Apr 16th - 7:22am
It was one of the more interesting, yet unresolved, questions of the investigation into possible connections between Russia and Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign: Why was a business associate of campaign chairman Paul Manafort given internal polling data — and what did he do with it?
Ashley Imlay, Deseret News | Posted Apr 16th - 6:27am
A local lawmaker said national events like the death of George Floyd last year politicized the name change and damaged the school's efforts to include residents.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 11:40pm
Eschenberg was one of three players with double-digit kills, netting 11 kills and a season-high-tying eight blocks, to help No. 16-seeded BYU sweep UCLA, 26-24, 31-29, 25-17, in Thursday night's second round of the NCAA women's volleyball tournament at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska.
Grant Olsen, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Apr 15th - 10:09pm
Las Vegas offers plenty of fun (and appropriate) activities for kids of all ages. Here are six ideas for your next family trip to the area.
Ashley Fredde, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 9:44pm
Four people were taken to the hospital by ground ambulance and another was taken by a helicopter after a head-on crash in Stansbury on Thursday, Utah Highway Patrol said.
Ashley Fredde, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 9:27pm
Salt Lake City Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating Victor Michini, 18, who went missing about 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday from 250 S. 600 West.
Ladd Egan, KSL TV | Posted Apr 15th - 8:54pm
Fish sales have been paused at three PetSmart locations along the Wasatch Front due to a suspicion of invasive zebra mussels.
Brittany Poulson, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Apr 15th - 8:36pm
Processed foods get a lot of flak, but are they really as bad for you as people say? Here's what makes a food "processed" and how these 11 dietitian-approved processed foods can fit into a balanced diet.
Pat Reavy, Deseret News | Posted Apr 15th - 8:19pm
A woman was arrested Thursday following a chase after police say she took her two noncustodial children from Oklahoma and was livestreaming herself driving on I-15 in southern Utah.
Katie Workman, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 7:50pm
Cox opened up on KSL.com's The Know Podcast about the events of Jan. 6 and where he sees the future of the Republican Party. Here's what he had to say.
Scottie Andrew, CNN | Posted Apr 15th - 7:26pm
Vaccine passports have been touted by some as our ticket to normalcy -- easily accessible proof of immunization and a reward for those who got their shots. They've also been called invasive and ineffective.
Pat Reavy, Deseret News | Updated Apr 15th - 7:25pm
A Cache County middle school teacher has been arrested and accused of assaulting several students.
Maverik | Posted Apr 15th - 7:00pm
With more travel options and tourism opportunities opening up by the day, you're probably itching to hit the road and go off-roading. Here are five favorite Utah OHV trails you've got to try.
Deseret News Photographers | Posted Apr 15th - 6:36pm
Nikita, a 14-year-old male polar bear, made his debut at Utah's Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City on Thursday.
Xoel Cardenas, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 6:05pm
If the Utah Jazz win the NBA title this July, get ready for the biggest parade in state history, Gov. Spencer Cox says.
Dennis Romboy, Deseret News | Updated Apr 15th - 5:57pm
A Democratic proposal unveiled Thursday to expand the U.S. Supreme Court from nine to 13 justices has Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee quoting President Joe Biden to express his opposition to the idea.
Pat Reavy, Deseret News | Updated Apr 15th - 5:47pm
A fight between two friends over money led to one man fatally shooting the other and then abandoning his body in a parking lot in another city, according to police.
Katie McKellar, Deseret News | Posted Apr 15th - 5:22pm
If push came to shove, Gov. Spencer Cox on Thursday said the state of Utah would likely sue if President Joe Biden decides "unilaterally" to restore or expand Utah's national monuments.
Pat Reavy, Deseret News | Posted Apr 15th - 4:52pm
A Salt Lake man was arrested Wednesday after police say he attacked a fast-food employee after making a derogatory comment, then claimed to police that he was a fellow officer.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 4:32pm
For the last four games, Jordan Clarkson has sat on the bench dressed in his trademark fashion statement as he's recovered from a right ankle sprain. But that's not the only thing that's been bothering the Utah Jazz sixth man.
Carbon County | Posted Apr 15th - 3:00pm
If an old-west-style shooting range sounds like an ideal way to spend your afternoon, make sure you take a trip to this incredible place outside of Price, UT.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 2:35pm
Your blood type does not factor in your risk for contracting COVID-19 or developing a severe case of it, researchers at Intermountain Healthcare and other institutions determined.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Updated Apr 15th - 2:18pm
Former Aggie point guard Rollie Worster is headed to the Utes. The most surprising thing about that decision is how long it took.
Deanie Wimmer, KSL TV | Posted Apr 15th - 2:05pm
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox marked the accomplishments of his first 100 days in office, celebrating with faculty and students at Morgan Elementary School and Morgan High School.
Woman living in Salt Lake City church granted a stay in immigration case, can now safely rejoin community
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Apr 15th - 1:33pm
For the first time in 3 years, Vicky Chavez walked out of the First Unitarian Church and breathed in the fresh air and felt the rain on her skin.
Gov. Cox disagrees with J&J vaccine pause as Utah sees 456 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death, 40K vaccinations
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Apr 15th - 1:00pm
The governor added that the Johnson & Johnson product isn't an inferior vaccine.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Updated Apr 15th - 12:57pm
Utah's COVID-19 situation took a drastic and very much welcomed turn shortly after the new year began.
Tad Walch, Deseret News | Posted Apr 15th - 12:26pm
The frank rebuttal to partisanship in President Dallin H. Oaks' recent talk on the U.S. Constitution has been driving conversation since he gave it on April 4 in Salt Lake City, Utah, during the 191st Annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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- 70 evacuated after fire at Midvale apartment building
- Why BYU women's volleyball will be only show in town in regional semifinal with No. 1 Wisconsin
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