VidAngel hit with $62.4M in damages in Disney lawsuit
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Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Jun 17th - 8:03pm
While Utah and the country fights the opioid epidemic, many with chronic pain have suffered as doctors tapered them off their medications, a lobbyist told legislators.
The Associated Press | Posted Jun 17th - 7:42pm
A 15-year-old Kansas boy got a large knife to the face, and doctors say he's extremely lucky.
Forrest Brown, CNN | Posted Jun 17th - 7:16pm
It's time for another noteworthy celestial event. Be sure to cast your gaze toward the sky for 2019's Strawberry Moon. And for the keen-eyed, there's a heavenly bonus with a prominent appearance from one of our fellow planets.
Jordan Ormond, KSL.com | Posted Jun 17th - 6:35pm
In this edition of "Make Your Week," two people share their stories about receiving unexpected kindness from strangers at the airport. The writers both describe these encounters as moments they will never forget.
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Jun 17th - 5:56pm
The man who caused a fire at a Nibley storage facility Saturday will not face charges, local fire officials said Monday.
The Associated Press | Posted Jun 17th - 5:36pm
Police at Dixie State University are offering people in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and others fingerprinting services — a required step to secure driving privileges in Utah.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Jun 17th - 5:03pm
A man arrested last week for allegedly running what authorities called a large-scale drug trafficking business appeared in federal court Monday on criminal charges.
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Jun 17th - 4:54pm
An 80-year-old Orem man has been found safe hours after a Silver Alert was issued by police. A credit card transaction led officers to find him in Idaho.
Samy Magdy, Associated Press | Posted Jun 17th - 4:34pm
Egypt's first democratically elected president, Islamist leader Mohammed Morsi who was ousted by the military in 2013 after a year in office, collapsed in court while on trial Monday and died, state TV and his family said.
Rob Gillies and Ian Harrison, Associated Press | Posted Jun 17th - 4:04pm
Gunfire broke out and a stampede ensued as fans celebrated at a rally Monday for the NBA champion Raptors, leaving four people shot and thousands fleeing less than a block from where the players and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sat on stage.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Jun 17th - 3:04pm
A southern Utah man is accused of stabbing a dog and the dog's owner because the animal had sniffed him, according to police.
Katie Workman, KSL.com | Posted Jun 17th - 2:36pm
It takes not one, not two, but six people, a car wreck, and two stopped lanes of traffic to help this feathered family make it to safety.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Jun 17th - 2:12pm
O'Neale started a week-long Junior Jazz road trip around Utah on Monday.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Jun 17th - 2:01pm
A woman accused of filing false police reports after allegedly sending threatening messages to herself, according to police, is scheduled to be arraigned in court on Tuesday.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jun 17th - 1:43pm
A video showing an incident between a motorcyclist and a pizza delivery driver in Utah County is an indication the state’s new lane filtering law is still misunderstood.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Jun 17th - 1:14pm
Sen. Mitt Romney has introduced legislation to make permanent an electronic verification system for businesses to check the legal status of potential employees.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Jun 17th - 12:47pm
Utah Highway Patrol troopers and the State Bureau of Investigation have been busy making large drug busts in recent weeks.
Maria Verza and Christopher Sherman, Associated Press | Posted Jun 17th - 12:15pm
Mexico's efforts to slow Central American migration across its territory showed some bite Monday as some people turned around to head south in the face of increased enforcement, while government officials said they would target human smuggling rings.
Mark Sherman, Associated Press | Posted Jun 17th - 11:21am
The Supreme Court is upholding a constitutional rule that allows state and federal governments to prosecute someone for the same crime, a closely watched case because of its potential implications for people prosecuted in the Russia investigation.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Jun 17th - 11:01am
Every high school athlete dreams of winning a state title on a buzzer-beating shot, or a last-second touchdown, or even a walk-off home run.
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