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Powder attracts skiers in spite of age, disability

Brianna Bodily  |  Posted   Feb 2nd - 3:04pm

Many sports are reserved for the able-bodied and young, but a couple of nursing home residents aren’t going to let that stereotype stop them. KSL Newsradio’s Brianna Bodily joined the trio this winter on the ski slopes to hear their story.

Volunteer soldiers: Utahns join fight against ISIS in Syria

Marc Giauque, KSL Newsradio  |  Posted   Dec 20th - 4:41pm

Volunteers who traveled from Utah to join forces with Kurdish troops say fighting ISIS on the ground in Syria amounts to fighting for a cause and a people, not necessarily a country.

Electoral College under scrutiny

Becky Bruce  |  Posted   Dec 20th - 1:53pm

More Utahns are taking notice of the Electoral College, in light of the contentious 2016 presidential election.

Rogue One: A Doug Wright Review

Doug Wright  |  Posted   Dec 20th - 1:42pm

Blake Anderson, president of Megaplex Theaters, joins Doug Wright to mark Utah's unique love of all things Star Wars.

Utah man remembers Pearl Harbor

Marc Giauque  |  Posted   Nov 11th - 2:17pm

On Veterans Day, a Utah man remembers Pearl Harbor and how he was called to serve in an unconventional way.

Annual tribute continues on Utah overpass

Amanda Dickson  |  Posted   Nov 11th - 8:14am

Every year, someone stands guard in honor of Utah's veterans from a freeway overpass. 2016 is no exception.

Update: synthetic drug was behind teen deaths

Doug Wright  |  Posted   Nov 3rd - 12:57pm

Police confirm the deaths of two 13-year-old Park City boys was caused by "Pink."

SL County preventing voter fraud

Becky Bruce  |  Posted   Nov 2nd - 2:24pm

How do you know your mail-in ballot will count? We asked Salt Lake County.

Commentary: is the Mormon Mafia real?

Doug Wright  |  Posted   Oct 28th - 7:54am

Doug Wright goes in-depth on the origins of Lou Dobbs' "Mormon Mafia" comments, with tongue firmly in cheek.

Changes prompted by sex assault probe at BYU

Doug Wright  |  Posted   Oct 28th - 7:34am

BYU has decided to adopt all 23 recommendations of a panel investigating how the school handles sexual misconduct.

How to protect yourself from DDOS attacks

Jay McFarland  |  Posted   Oct 28th - 7:28am

Denial of service attacks expose a vulnerability in your home electronics.

Steve Young was once told he couldn't be the QB

Becky Bruce  |  Posted   Oct 25th - 1:26pm

Hall of Famer Steve Young opens up about his career and his beginnings on the football field in a new book.

Voters say the campaign is straining relationships

Doug Wright  |  Posted   Oct 17th - 10:33am

More Americans say the election season is making it hard for them to stay friendly with their family and friends.

Park City schools to consider drug testing

Mary Richards  |  Posted   Oct 14th - 8:07am

A conversation about drug testing students in Park City is taking on new urgency after the deaths of two 13-year-old boys.

Immigrants, refugees say rhetoric is increasingly angry

Brianna Bodily  |  Posted   Oct 13th - 1:56pm

Utahns say more and more immigrants and refugees are feeling victimized as the presidential race continues.

Renowned tenor to sing with Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Doug Wright  |  Posted   Oct 13th - 1:40pm

Rolando Villazon, a world-renowned tenor, will be the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's special guest at this year's annual Christmas Concert.

Former House Speaker stands by Trump

Adam Thomas  |  Posted   Oct 13th - 9:47am

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich says he still supports Donald Trump, even after his troubles with a 2005 videotape.

NY Times publishes Trump tax details

Adam Thomas  |  Posted   Oct 3rd - 7:51am

The New York Times has published information from a source who says Donald Trump's 1995 tax information would have allowed him to pay no taxes for the next 18 years.

"Welcome week" celebrates Utah's immigrants, refugees

Brianna Bodily  |  Posted   Sep 22nd - 8:48am

Salt Lake City and County leaders are urging Utahns to reach out to those who weren't born here.

Trump, Jr. makes the case for his dad

Doug Wright  |  Posted   Sep 21st - 3:53pm

The son of a presidential candidate stopped by the KSL studios.