State water expert not predicting major flooding, warns about high, dangerous waters
The State’s water expert is not predicting major flooding this season, even though rivers are running very high.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Jun 16th - 7:59am
A new medication could help men suffering from one of the deadliest forms of cancer live longer, a Huntsman Cancer Institute doctor said.
Cara MacDonald, KSL.com | Posted Jun 16th - 7:21am
Outdoor Retailer’s June event is getting ready to kick off the summer outdoor recreation season in Denver from June 18-20, and companies are gearing up to show off their latest advancements.
Alex Cabrero, KSL TV | Posted Jun 15th - 10:33pm
The annual breakfast at Pleasant Grove Fire Station 71 was turned into a fundraiser for one of the department's own, who discovered just after he retired he has cancer. An estimated 4,000 people attended.
Jed Boal, KSL TV | Posted Jun 15th - 10:05pm
The Seven Canyons Fountain in Liberty Park was turned off two years ago due to health and safety concerns, and the channels that carried water are dry. But the mayor’s office has a plan to get the water flowing again by next summer.
Jen Riess, KSL.com | Posted Jun 15th - 9:40pm
An anonymous letter containing $100 was sent to a Box Elder Middle School teacher just a day after a high school principal's husband suddenly passed away. Within 24 hours, that money grew to $1,000 to be used in a scholarship.
Jed Boal, KSL TV | Posted Jun 15th - 7:15pm
The combination of a near-record snowpack over the winter, and stormy, warm weather this spring could lead to severe flooding in Utah.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Jun 15th - 4:22pm
During the Bunks Across America event, held by nonprofit Sleep in Heavenly Peace, volunteers set out to build 2,500 bunk beds. At the Lowe's parking lot in Lehi, volunteers started constructing 25 of those bunk beds while the morning sun beat down.
Sean Moody, KSL TV | Posted Jun 15th - 3:38pm
A man survived a fiery car crash after bystanders noticed a problem off the side of the road and decided to act, rushing to help.
Ashley Moser, KSL TV | Posted Jun 15th - 2:15pm
A Utah company is hooking up local companies with job seekers to fill quick, hourly jobs.
Sloan Schrage, KSL TV | Posted Jun 15th - 12:50pm
Several activities passes are promising to save families money by bundling Utah adventures into a single pass.
Cara MacDonald, KSL.com | Posted Jun 15th - 11:25am
Multiple organizations have invested millions of dollars in recent years to restore aspen tree ecosystems on Monroe Mountain in southern Utah.
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Jun 15th - 9:59am
After some water samples tested positive for coliform earlier this week, Elk Ridge City announced Friday via Facebook the boil advisory has been mostly lifted, except for the southernmost part of the city.
Cara MacDonald, KSL.com | Posted Jun 15th - 9:56am
Fireworks landed near spectators during the opening ceremonies of Utah's Summer Games, resulting in four injuries.
Dan Rascon, KSL TV | Posted Jun 15th - 8:38am
Fourteen-year-old Olivia Washburn is hoping to help premature babies across the world through her newborn intensive care unit caps.
Cara MacDonald, KSL.com | Posted Jun 15th - 7:13am
REI Salt Lake City’s Kieran Balazs is an outdoorsy dad as well as an industry expert, and he offered his advice to KSL.com in picking gifts under $100 this year.
Kim Bojórquez, KSL | Posted Jun 14th - 10:13pm
The VA Salt Lake City Health Care System's annual recreation fair connected veterans with organizations that offer adaptive sports and recreation.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Jun 14th - 9:10pm
The Utah Court of Appeals has reinstated the criminal case against Jana Clyde, a nurse charged in the death of 21-year-old inmate Madison Jensen in the rural Duchesne County jail.
Gretel Kauffman, KSL | Posted Jun 14th - 8:05pm
The public safety department will investigate whether a Woods Cross police sergeant broke the law or engaged in racial profiling when he pulled a gun on a black child.
- KSL Investigates: How often does the state pay out for pothole damage?
- KSL investigates why federal court-ordered payments to crime victims often go unfulfilled
- Most-likely spots in Utah for speeding tickets
- KSL Investigators uncover rise in unsafe vehicle tickets after end of mandatory safety inspections
- Child's near drowning in Utah cautions parents to remain vigilant with their kids around water
- String of semitruck rollovers leads to safety concerns at major junction
- Phone scammer pretending to be undersheriff introduced to real undersheriff
- Family of 6-year-old girl who died in Vineyard auto-pedestrian crash speaks out