You call 911 for help, you expect an officer to show up right away, not hours later. In April, the KSL Investigators exposed extremely long wait times in Salt Lake City. The chief promised changes and has increased the number of patrol officers.
Debbie Dujanovic and Sloan Schrage | Posted Nov 22nd - 10:37pm
You know the drill: You pile your merchandise near the cash register, pull out your wallet to pay, and the clerk asks if you have a store credit card. Say no, and they offer you a one-time discount to open one on the spot. Should you take the deal?
Tania Mashburn and Mike Headrick | Posted Nov 17th - 10:55pm
A lot of people have jumped on the fitness band bandwagon of late, so the KSL Investigators wanted to find out how accurate the devices really are. We tested three of the most popular brands to see if they're counting correctly.
After a 12-year-old boy was hurt when the wind blew a full-size, portable soccer goal on top of him, KSL Investigators checked out dozens of parks and schools to see how many goals were being properly anchored.
If you’re a parent of a teenager, there’s a good chance you’ve bought them a gaming console. After all, gaming – as long as it’s not all they do — can be a fun escape for kids. But predators also see it as an opportunity.
With Apple's announcement of its new, water-resistant iPhone 7, it may be a good time to buy a used smartphone. There are plenty of great deals online, but before you shop the KSL Investigators have tips so you don't get burned.
Mike Headrick and Tania Mashburn | Posted Aug 18th - 11:45pm
Utah boasts some of the toughest DUI laws in the country, on paper. But does the punishment always fit the crime? KSL Investigates our justice system and tracks down repeat DUI offenders who are still breaking the law.
A KSL survey of police departments across Utah shows most pay for officers' bullet-resistant vests, which can run about $1,000 per vest. But the Unified Police Department does things differently and its system is now under review after KSL's inquiry.
Its an alarming number - more than one in three Utah women will experience rape, physical violence or be stalked by an intimate partner in their lifetime. Victims need to know they can get out and there's help available now to make it safely happen.
We rarely hear from victims because often they're too afraid to speak out.
But a Utah County woman says after years of staying silent, a broken justice system has left her no choice but to speak up to expose problems and help others.