Local companies helping Utahns during longest government shutdown in history
Here are some local companies that are helping Utahns who have been affected by the government shutdown, now officially the longest in history.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Jan 16th - 5:57pm
A jury is set to deliberate following closing arguments Thursday in the trial for former Utah State University football player Torrey Green, who is accused of raping five women and sexually assaulting another while a student at the Logan school.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Jan 16th - 5:35pm
A 3.8-magnitude earthquake that hit in southwestern Utah on Wednesday afternoon is the strongest of a handful of quakes that have rocked the area in the past week, officials said.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Jan 16th - 5:17pm
More than a quarter of the estimated 430 people who lost $200 million in an alleged silver investment scheme have now sued the Utah bank that they say helped perpetuate the fraud.
Sam Penrod, KSL TV | Posted Jan 16th - 4:45pm
It’s no surprise in Elk Ridge and Woodland Hills that the fire danger was low Tuesday. But there is another danger from a scarred landscape, which has the threat of flash flooding or mudslides, just one heavy rainstorm away.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Jan 16th - 4:09pm
A Layton councilman and former Salt Lake City director of 911 who garnered statewide attention last year after he was arrested for drunken driving has been picked to serve as Layton's mayor.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Jan 16th - 2:55pm
A man suffered "significant injuries" after his arm got stuck in a machine at a Salt Lake City bakery Wednesday afternoon, officials said.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL and Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Jan 16th - 2:03pm
As the shutdown drags on, several hundred IRS employees are expected to be called back to work, while federal courts have had to stop dealing with some civil cases.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Posted Jan 16th - 11:44am
Rep. Ben McAdams has rescheduled town hall meetings planned for next week in light of Congress canceling a planned recess, while Rep. John Curtis will show up virtually to hear from his constituents.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Jan 16th - 11:13am
Criminal cases involving a Cache County funeral home director accused of arranging to have sex with a boy, then using bad checks to get out of jail following his arrest, have been moved to Salt Lake City.
Jeff Richards, St. George News | Posted Jan 16th - 10:45am
The Cedar High School Mascot Committee has voted to recommend changing the school’s “Redmen” mascot.
Kate Valentine, KSL TV | Posted Jan 16th - 10:00am
It’s business as usual at the Salt Lake International Airport, except the federal workers there to help keep the skies safe are working for free with hopes that when the partial U.S. federal government shutdown ends, they will get paid.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Jan 16th - 7:56am
Eastbound I-80 reopened after a semitruck fire closed the freeway at Silver Creek Junction in Snyderville Wednesday morning, the KSL Traffic Center reports.
Linda Williams, KSL.com and Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Jan 16th - 7:43am
A semitruck crashed into a restaurant in Wellington early Wednesday morning, closing U.S. 6 and Main Street for most of the day, officials said.
Jed Boal, KSL TV | Posted Jan 16th - 7:39am
First responders with the Unified Fire Authority on Tuesday honed their skills on life-saving ice rescues on the ice of Blackridge Reservoir in Herriman.
Heather Simonsen, KSL TV | Posted Jan 16th - 7:18am
A family separated by miles, and who have had years of close calls, is safely back together after their youngest child was born premature, and with the worst complications possible.
Linda Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jan 16th - 6:15am
Police Wednesday released the name of a 26-year-old woman who was fatally stabbed at a South Salt Lake apartment.
Dave Cawley, KSL Newsradio | Posted Jan 15th - 10:25pm
West Valley police hatched a plan in 2010 to strike up a friendship or romantic relationship between Josh Powell and a woman on a commuter train between Puyallup, Wash., and Seattle. Powell lost his job the day before the operation was to launch.
'Hey, some crazy dude with a gun is making us buy stuff': Kidnapped missionaries had sent text for help
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Jan 15th - 9:40pm
A man accused of forcing four missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to give him money — essentially kidnapping and robbing them at knife and gunpoint — now faces eight first-degree felonies.
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