Petition seeks to change 'Deadpool' poster
Thousands of people are signing an online petition over a movie poster.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Dec 12th - 3:02pm
A new high school, slated to open in Herriman in fall 2019, will be named Mountain Ridge High School and its mascot name will be the Sentinels, according to a statement from the Jordan School District Wednesday.
Pat Reavy | Posted Dec 12th - 1:40pm
A man that prosecutors say was very intoxicated when he tried to shoot his two roommates — firing his handgun until it was empty — now faces a total of 21 charges, including 19 felonies.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Dec 12th - 1:01pm
Sen. Orrin Hatch lamented political discord while calling for civility in a divided Congress and nation in his final speech in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.
Lisa Riley Roche | Posted Dec 12th - 11:57am
The longtime head of Ski Utah is convinced that Salt Lake City is going to be picked over Denver to bid for a future Winter Games by the U.S. Olympic Committee on Friday.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Dec 12th - 11:32am
A Bountiful man accused of possessing hundreds of images of child pornography and voyeuristic videos of young children at Lagoon has been charged.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Dec 12th - 10:00am
As of 11 a.m., Utah Highway Patrol troopers had responded to a total of 98 crashes in Salt Lake and Utah counties since 6 a.m. KSL Traffic Center reported that those crashes are leading to delays across the Wasatch Front.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Dec 12th - 8:51am
Police are investigating a suspicious death after a naked man's body was found at Big Cottonwood Regional Park Wednesday morning, police said.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Dec 12th - 8:47am
A Utah medical company has agreed to pay $1.6 million to settle federal false claims allegations involving Medicare.
Ben Lockhart, KSL | Posted Dec 12th - 8:32am
Several Utahns spoke to the Health Reform Task Force on Tuesday to decry a practice known as "balance billing."
Andrew Adams, KSL TV | Posted Dec 12th - 7:41am
Five people were arrested after police said a pocket dial of 911 led to the discovery of a wide assortment of drugs in an apartment.
Pat Reavy | Posted Dec 12th - 7:19am
Five people were charged Tuesday in what investigators say was a plot to smuggle drugs into the Central Utah Correctional Facility in Gunnison using fast food.
Caitlin Burchill, KSL TV | Posted Dec 12th - 7:02am
Decades of unfair pay and body shaming are just some of the claims being made by former NBA dancers, including those from the Utah Jazz.
Dave Cawley, KSL Newsradio | Posted Dec 11th - 10:30pm
A lump of metal located by West Valley police inside Josh Powell's minivan on Dec. 8, 2009, still remains unidentified nine years later.
Mike Anderson, KSL TV | Posted Dec 11th - 10:15pm
The Wasatch Front has been covered with a thick blanket of smog and pollution, but there could soon be a new tool to fight the murky inversion in the future — and UTA may help.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Dec 11th - 9:42pm
The seven-member council voted unanimously to give themselves each a roughly $9,600 pay raise, increasing their salaries from $26,291 to $35,925 effective in January.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Dec 11th - 9:10pm
A West Valley man accused of killing a code enforcement officer he had summoned to his house will remain in jail without the possibility of posting bail.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Dec 11th - 7:33pm
Fourteen people have died during officer-involved shootings in Utah since October. Here's what you need to know about the body cameras that (sometimes) capture the scene.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Dec 11th - 7:00pm
One video shows a rock arch crumble in an apparent explosion. Another depicts flat-lying rocks falling off a pair of hoodoos, leaving only dust in their wake. Are they real or an elaborate hoax?
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Dec 11th - 6:27pm
A Roy company that sold hunting equipment and offered to take customers on hunting trips is under investigation for allegedly pocketing customers' money without delivering on its promises, according to new court documents.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Dec 11th - 5:45pm
A controversial blight study that caused residents to fear their homes would be taken through eminent domain as a part of a Millcreek growth plan is officially dead.
- School safety committee needs voices of teachers, school employees, students, board members say
- After BYU student's death, Utah's universities work to improve campus mental health
- U. students take a break from finals studying to wrap gifts for refugee families
- School lunch rules OK refined grains, low-fat chocolate milk
- KSL Investigates: Was sexting ring at Union High School properly investigated?
- Officers 'don't trust' Salt Lake County DA, refuse to cooperate in shooting investigations
- KSL Investigates: Are taxpayers getting soaked by water district salaries?
- Homebuyers targeted by sophisticated, billion dollar hacking scheme