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Authorities identify man killed in rollover crash on I-15 in Provo

Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted Jan 18th - 1:07pm

Authorities have identified a man who died Thursday in a rollover crash on I-15.

Suspect in Provo officer shooting booked into jail on outstanding warrants

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted Jan 18th - 12:30pm

The man suspected of fatally shooting a Provo police officer earlier this month has been released from the hospital and booked into jail, Utah County Jail records show.

After 4 years, murder charges filed in case of 3 missing Salt Lake men

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Jan 18th - 12:21pm

More than four years after three Salt Lake men disappeared and were presumably killed, a longtime suspect was formally charged on Friday with murdering them.

Upcoming winter sporting event is largest in Utah since 2002 Olympics

Nakisha Rigley,  |  Posted Jan 18th - 12:15pm

The FIS Snowboard, Freestyle and Freeski World Championships will soon pack Park City with pro skiers and snowboarders from all over the world for the largest winter sports event to take place in Utah since the 2002 Winter Olympics.

'Aggravated' Utah Gov. Gary Herbert says he has solution to government shutdowns

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Jan 18th - 11:32am

Saying government shutdowns "aggravate" him, Gov. Gary Herbert suggested Thursday that returning power to states could mitigate them in the future.

3 more men arrested in connection with Fashion Place mall shooting

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Jan 18th - 10:45am

Three more men were arrested in connection with a shooting that injured two people and created panic at Fashion Place mall Sunday afternoon.

Canyons at increased risk of avalanches over weekend

Jed Boal, KSL TV  |  Posted Jan 18th - 10:33am

Snowmobilers and backcountry skiers have been urged to stay out of steep, mountain terrain in canyons along the Wasatch Front until the end of the three-day holiday weekend.

How to survive the financial roller coaster in an uncertain market

Lori Prichard, KSL TV  |  Posted Jan 18th - 9:13am

Retirement planning can feel like a shot in the dark because no one can predict the rise and fall of the stock market. If you’re close to retirement, those drops can hit your portfolio particularly hard. Recent wild swings have underlined that uncertainty.

Utah roadway fatalities down for second straight year, UDOT says

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Posted Jan 18th - 8:23am

For the second straight year, the number of people dying on Utah roadways declined. Utah safety officials reported 264 lives were lost in 2018, which was down 3.3 percent from 273 deaths in 2017, 2.8 percent below 281 fatalities registered in 2016.

'Any is too many': Carbon monoxide poisoning on the rise in Utah

Lauren Bennett, KSL  |  Posted Jan 18th - 8:03am

Intermountain Healthcare facilities reported a 25 percent increase in carbon monoxide related visits since last year.

Repeal and replace bill for voter-approved Medicaid expansion revised

Lisa Riley Roche, KSL  |  Posted Jan 18th - 7:21am

A bill to repeal and replace the Medicaid expansion ballot initiative approved by voters is being revised to make sure some low-income Utahns will still get health coverage starting April 1.

Utah guns rights advocate sues Trump administration over federal bump stock ban

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Jan 18th - 7:02am

A Utah gun rights advocate is suing the federal government over a newly imposed ban on an accessory that modifies rifles to fire like automatic weapons.

Provo Canyon remains closed after avalanche; classes canceled in Carbon School District

Linda Williams, and Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted Jan 18th - 6:49am

U.S. 189 through Provo Canyon remains closed Friday as crews clear a massive avalanche. Also, classes were canceled in the Carbon School District due to weather.

Surviving the shutdown: How Zion and its park rangers are making do

Mikayla Shoup, St. George News  |  Posted Jan 17th - 9:45pm

With the government shutdown on its 26th day and 800,000 federal employees still furloughed or working without pay, national parks have been experiencing the effects.

Mayor Jackie Biskupski celebrates 'cultural shifts' in 2019 State of the City address

Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted Jan 17th - 9:12pm

Biskupski's 2019 address — in contrast to last year's speech, when she called for tough changes, including a tax hike and a new bond to pay for streets — was a victory lap for the mayor as she headed into her fourth year in office.

Utah A.G. Seans Reyes named to federal Asian-American, Pacific Islander commission

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Jan 17th - 8:04pm

President Donald Trump appointed Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes to the President’s Advisory Commission on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on Thursday.

Avalanche closes Provo Canyon, dumps 30 feet of snow on road

Cara MacDonald,  |  Posted Jan 17th - 7:48pm

Utah Highway Patrol reported a major avalanche in Provo Canyon Thursday night, closing the roadway for hours.

'I’m worried that he’s dangerous,' Lauren McCluskey's mother told police 12 days before her murder

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Jan 17th - 7:32pm

As early as a week and a half before her murder, Lauren McCluskey and her mother told University of Utah police that they were worried about her safety.

The history of Salt Lake City’s 109-year-old Peery Hotel, which Ohio group vows to protect

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Jan 17th - 7:00pm

The Peery Hotel building has had an interesting 109-year-old history. Now, it’s the focus of a Cleveland, Ohio-based historic real estate investment group, which announced last week it invested into the century-old building.

Utah ER doctor finds ways to manage traumatic stress after losing his own daughter

Aley Davis, KSL TV  |  Posted Jan 17th - 6:29pm

Stress is often unavoidable, but in extreme cases traumatic stress can be devastating for your health. One emergency room doctor shares his personal story of loss and how he’s learned to deal with trauma on a daily basis.