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A Salt Lake City photographer’s guide to adventure photography in Utah

Cara MacDonald, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 24th - 10:04am

Utah’s a hot-spot for outdoor adventure photography thanks to its active recreation community and beautiful, sprawling landscapes. A local photographer offered his recommendations to maximize what Utah has to offer.

Utah's high court orders fresh review of evidence for man on death row

Annie Knox, KSL  |  Posted Mar 24th - 8:44am

The Utah Supreme Court has ordered a new hearing for a man on death row, pointing to "damning revelations" that star witnesses later disclosed police had threatened them, given them gifts and told them to lie about the financial help.

U. researchers helping to develop better hearing technology

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Posted Mar 24th - 7:30am

University of Utah engineers are part of a global team of researchers who received a $9.7 million grant to develop a surgically implantable device that will allow the deaf to hear better and more precisely than previously designed surgical methods.

Upcoming spring run-off raises flooding concerns. Here’s what you need to know about flooding insurance

Sloan Schrage, KSL TV  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 9:04pm

Is there any worse time to find out you don’t have flood insurance than when your house gets flooded? If you believe your homeowners insurance has you covered: here is the bad news — it does not.

Men file grievance against Utah city after boss who pointed a gun at them is reinstated

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 7:59pm

Attorneys have filed a formal grievance on behalf of 2 Hyde Park employees who quit their jobs after their supervisor pointed a gun at them during a meeting.

Students bring refurbished bikes to refugee children

Emily Ashcraft, KSL  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 7:16pm

Six seniors at Judge Memorial Catholic High School saw the culmination of their hours of service at the Salt Lake Bicycle Collective on Friday as they delivered 29 children's bikes to refugee families.

UDOT will continue going over budget to plow mountain snowstorm

Emily Ashcraft, KSL  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 5:32pm

Utah Department of Transportation has already surpassed its $24.1 million budget for the year, but it will continue to plow through the snow in the mountains this weekend.

Motorcyclist dead after crash with vehicle in Springville

Yvette Cruz, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 4:21pm

A 21-year-old man is dead after his motorcycle collided with a vehicle Friday night, officials said.

Have You Seen This? Cow turns into puppy with her favorite ball

Martha Ostergar, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 3:17pm

An anxious cow + a Pilates ball = too blessed to be stressed.

Photos: National Puppy Day 2019

Cara MacDonald, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 2:39pm

KSL.com readers sent in photos of their favorite pups to celebrate national puppy day.

Facebook detected overseas ad farm targeting Utah midterm election

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 2:01pm

Facebook stopped an overseas ad farm targeting Utah’s midterm election last fall, Bloomberg News reported Friday.

Midvale City Council adds 1,000 housing new units to 'Jordan Bluffs' plan amid uproar from residents

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 1:22pm

The Midvale City Council agreed Tuesday to push forward an amended high-density housing plan that would add 1,000 more housing units to a swath of land known as “Jordan Bluffs,” where 2,500 units were already proposed.

Police shoot, injure man involved in alleged domestic dispute in Northern Utah

Wendy Leonard, KSL  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 11:58am

Police shot a man who wouldn't comply with orders after they were called to a home on a report of a domestic disturbance in Harrisville, Weber County.

Jackie Biskupski honors Salt Lake's women leaders, hopes awards continue under next mayor

Lauren Bennett, KSL  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 11:22am

Salt Lake women were honored at the second-annual Deedee Corradini Women’s Leadership Awards Thursday, named after the city's first woman to serve as mayor. Outgoing Mayor Jackie Biskupski says she hopes the awards continue after she leaves office.

Fun early spring activity recommendations

Ian Dempsey, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 9:35am

Spring has arrived and it's time to free yourself from winter hibernation. Here are some picks to help you get out of the house.

Would fees help the Cottonwood canyons? Ski officials discuss Wasatch Front dilemmas

Lauren Bennett, KSL  |  Posted Mar 23rd - 8:11am

A group of key Wasatch leaders discussed recreation-related issues facing the Wasatch Front, highlighting the need for more funding.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announces change to seminary program

KSL TV  |  Posted Mar 22nd - 10:30pm

Beginning in January, students in seminary will study the same topic as they do in Sunday classes at church and home — a change welcomed by local seminary instructors.

Salt Lake firefighters battle structure fire

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted Mar 22nd - 10:15pm

Firefighters Friday evening worked to put out a blaze that started in the basement of a vacant building.

Navajo Nation company ends bid to buy power plant, mine

Felicia Fonseca, Associated Press  |  Posted Mar 22nd - 9:47pm

One of the largest coal-fired power plants in the West will close this year as planned after a Navajo Nation company ended its long-shot bid Friday to acquire it.

$3 fraud case nabs a most-wanted murder suspect

Mike Anderson, KSL TV  |  Posted Mar 22nd - 9:13pm

When someone else used Anthony Salazar’s credit card, it wasn’t the dollar amount that caught his attention.