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1 killed, 3 injured in early-morning 'surprise' assault in SLC

Josh Furlong, KSL.com  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 2:53pm

An early-morning assault in downtown Salt Lake City left one person dead and three others injured Tuesday, police said.

St. George home flooded by vandals

Mary Richards  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 2:32pm

A home for sale was heavily damaged by water after someone dragged in garden hoses, turned on all the faucets and left the water running throughout the house.

SLC band Cinders killing crowds with kindness

Spencer Sutherland, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 2:01pm

The world is filled with sad songs and angry songs and heartbreak songs. So Salt Lake City six-piece band Cinders decided to tap into another emotion on their debut album: joy. Cinders is playing its next Salt Lake City show at Beehive Social Club.

Gov. Gary Herbert endorses Provo Mayor John Curtis in 3rd District race

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 1:48pm

Gov. Gary Herbert endorsed Provo Mayor John Curtis over two other Republicans in next month's primary election in the 3rd District congressional race.

Have You Seen This? Utah baby experiences pure joy at her 1st rodeo

Mary Dalrymple, KSL.com  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 1:15pm

One-year-old Ila experienced pure joy at the Spanish Fork Fiesta Days Rodeo last week, and the video is absolutely adorable.

Teen's vandalism leaves $200K in damage, police say

Linda Williams, KSL.com and Shara Park  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 12:15pm

Police used a Taser to arrest a 16-year-old boy who they say vandalized several stores in West Jordan early Tuesday.

2 killed in head-on crash in Duchesne County identified

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 12:02pm

Two people were killed and a 12-year-old girl was injured in a head-on crash in eastern Utah on Sunday.

How to earn a living on an endless road trip

Monique Serbu, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 11:59am

How do you earn a living if you’re always traveling? It’s possible to live completely on the road and still earn enough money to cover your expenses — and have a little fun, too — thanks largely to ever-present access to the internet.

Couple seeks help after taking in 3 children at center of drug case

Ashley Stilson and Ladd Egan  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 11:11am

After their parents were arrested, three children were saved from separation by their step-brother's family. Now the couple who took them in are asking for donations for the children who are still going through drug withdrawal symptoms.

Zion trail closed by mudslide to be repaired with $1M grant

Associated Press  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 10:31am

A popular Zion National Park trail closed by a large mudslide several years ago will get be repaired with a $1 million grant.

Canadian polygamous leader found guilty of having 25 wives

Associated Press  |  Posted   Jul 25th - 9:26am

Two former leaders of an isolated polygamous community in Canada were convicted Monday of practicing polygamy after a decadeslong legal fight, setting up another potential court battle over the constitutionality of Canada's polygamy laws.

New US citizens encouraged to infuse culture with American experience

Alison Berg  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 10:02pm

Joined by 124 other new citizens from 38 countries and six continents, Victor Avalos, 43, of Mexico, took the oath of allegiance and received a citizenship certificate Wednesday during a ceremony at the state Capitol.

Rodeo couple raises cloned bulls for research, sentimental reasons

Mike Anderson  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 8:22pm

Steve and Cindy Gilbert have become well-known over the years for raising some of the nation's top rodeo bulls. Now, some of those rodeo classics live on, in their clones.

Scouts team up with ski resort to benefit birds

John Hollenhorst  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 7:55pm

Some Millcreek Boy Scouts have teamed up with Deer Valley Resort to help out some birds — not snowbirds, but actual birds, such as swallows and ospreys, that hang out at the resort in the summertime.

Brush fire threatens Sandy homes before it's extinguished

Ashley Stilson  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 7:36pm

A fast-moving brush fire threatened a dozen homes in Sandy on Monday.

Utah WWII veteran's personal effects to be displayed in British museum

Jed Boal  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 6:59pm

On July 4, 1944, one month after D-Day, an army pilot from Utah crash-landed in Nazi-occupied France. That pilot survived and went on to serve in two more wars. Now, his story of survival has captivated the interest of a British museum.

Spanish Fork family honors toddler killed in accident with big act of kindness

Sean Moody  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 6:22pm

Days after they lost their toddler in an accident, a Spanish Fork family is keeping his name alive with a big act of kindness.

Woman injured in South Salt Lake shooting expected to recover, police say

Katie McKellar  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 5:01pm

A 42-year-old woman who was shot in the leg and torso Sunday afternoon at a house in South Salt Lake is expected to recover, police said Monday.

Utahns gather to celebrate pioneer heritage at Days of '47 Parade

Alison Berg  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 4:19pm

Thousands of people flocked downtown Monday to view the annual Days of ’47 Parade as thousands more watched the festivities on TV.

Rescued eagle unable to return to wild, will stay at Utah wildlife rehab center

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Jul 24th - 4:15pm

Phoenix, a 5-year-old golden eagle, leaps from perch to perch in his enclosure. He does it with a brace on his left foot.