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Provo restaurant blaze caused by spontaneously igniting towels, fire officials say

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted Feb 21st - 7:38am

The fire that destroyed a popular Provo Mexican restaurant last week started when towels in a basement sink spontaneously ignited, fire officials said Wednesday.

'We're gonna love these people': Utahns rally for those overcoming addiction, depression

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted Feb 21st - 7:19am

Hundreds gathered at the state Capitol for the 11th annual Rally for Recovery, meant as a celebration for those who are overcoming their addictions or depression.

Utah House committee OKs bill to ban abortions after 18 weeks

Emily Ashcraft, KSL  |  Posted Feb 21st - 7:00am

After hearing personal testimony on both sides of the issue, the House Judiciary Committee voted 7-5 to pass a bill that would amend abortion law to prohibit abortions after 18 weeks.

San Juan schools canceled, Washington County schools delayed due to snow

Linda Williams,  |  Posted Feb 21st - 6:25am

School in San Juan County is canceled, and schools in Washington County are on a delay because of severe winter weather.

Judge eases conviction for man who shot, killed another at party

Annie Knox, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 10:25pm

A West Point welder originally faced up to life in prison for shooting and killing a man who had slashed his face with a razor during a night of drinking in 2017. Now he will serve just five years at most.

Utah city experiences 2 more small earthquakes

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 10:06pm

The Bluffdale area experienced more two small earthquakes Wednesday evening.

Bill to ban gay conversion therapy for minors set to be unveiled Thursday

Xoel Cardenas,  |  Posted Feb 20th - 9:49pm

A bill is expected to be unveiled on Thursday that is aimed at banning gay conversion therapy for minors in Utah.

Police: Man arrested in Millcreek killing had metal object in hand, called officers demons

Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted Feb 20th - 9:36pm

Police say a man who was arrested on Monday in connection with the death of a Millcreek man had a "metal object in his hands," and told someone nearby that he had killed a person, according to a jail report.

Student journalists reveal U. transportation passes cost more than counterparts

Caitlin Burchill, KSL TV  |  Posted Feb 20th - 9:11pm

Not that the University of Utah needs another reason to be competitive with BYU, but according to a report in this week’s The Daily Utah Chronicle the state is “Getting the Best Price for the U.”

Salt Lake City announces new food options for revamped airport

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 7:34pm

Travelers at the new Salt Lake City International Airport will find a host of new and familiar dining options when the project opens late next year. Officials announced the food and beverage purveyors for phase one of the $3.6 billion project.

Intermountain Healthcare cuts prescribed opioids by 30 percent

Lauren Bennett, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 7:00pm

Intermountain Healthcare announced Tuesday it cut opioid prescriptions by 30 percent in 2018, 10 percent short the goal it set in 2017.

Utah man charged with felony crime for violent foul during soccer game

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 5:48pm

A man who police say got too rough with an opposing player during an adult rec league soccer match in Sandy is now facing a felony charge.

Sandy utilities director placed on leave following water debacle

Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted Feb 20th - 5:15pm

Sandy City's public utilities director has been placed on administrative leave following a debacle over contamination of the city’s water supply.

Man who allegedly attacked Hispanic men at tire store charged with federal hate crimes

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 5:14pm

A man who allegedly attacked three Hispanic men at Salt Lake tire store because they are from Mexico faces federal hate crime charges.

Utah Senate passes overhaul to process of appropriating $ for college buildings

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 4:40pm

The Utah Senate passed the latest version of SB102 Wednesday, which would overhaul the process the Utah Legislature uses to appropriate funding for buildings on state college, university and technical college campuses.

Alleged hate crime caught on camera in Salt Lake being screened for charges

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 4:09pm

Salt Lake police have completed their investigation into an alleged hate crime involving a man who was allegedly hit by another man after he stated he was gay.

USU officials: Alert of 'armed aggressor' on campus was false alarm

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Feb 20th - 3:21pm

A technician installing a new safety alert system accidentally triggered an alert to students that said an "armed aggressor" was on campus Wednesday afternoon, Utah State University officials said.

BYU engineers use origami to make discovery even Iron Man would approve of

Liesl Nielsen,  |  Posted Feb 20th - 2:47pm

Even Tony Stark himself would approve of a new discovery by Brigham Young University engineers that’s one step closer to making his Iron Man suit a reality.

Understanding Utah courts: Arrests and pretrial proceedings

Cara MacDonald,  |  Posted Feb 20th - 1:40pm

Pack up "Law & Order," "How to Get Away With Murder," and "Suits" and delve into how the criminal legal process actually works.

Two proposed Utah gun laws — including 'Lauren's Law' — stall, while others advance to House floor

Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted Feb 20th - 1:16pm

Days after the one-year anniversary of the shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 dead, Utah lawmakers had a busy morning deciding which new gun legislation would get a chance at a vote on the House floor.