5 people hospitalized with lung disease after vaping, Utah health officials report
Five people have recently been hospitalized in Utah with serious breathing problems after vaping or using other inhalation drugs, state health officials say.
Spencer Sutherland, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Aug 19th - 2:02pm
Tom Petty. Neil Young. Coldplay. Those are just a few of the songwriters Provo-based Jordan Moyes looks up to. Though he’s only 25 years old, Moyes already has been chasing his idols for more than a decade.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Aug 19th - 1:28pm
Police have identified a man who died after being shot by four Ogden police officers on Friday evening.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Aug 19th - 11:58am
The first human case of West Nile virus in Salt Lake County has been found, health officials say.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Aug 19th - 11:44am
A woman was charged Monday is connection with the death of a Salt Lake real estate agent.
Jim Mustian, Michael R. Sisak and Tom Hays, Associated Press | Posted Aug 19th - 10:54am
After five years of investigations and protests, the New York City Police Department on Monday fired an officer involved in the 2014 chokehold death of Eric Garner, the black man whose dying gasps of "I can't breathe" gave voice to a national debate over race and police use of force.
Cody Blowers, St. George News | Posted Aug 19th - 10:15am
Human trafficking is a top priory for law enforcement and task force agents across Utah.
Sean Walker, KSL.com and Jen Riess, KSL.com | Posted Aug 19th - 7:21am
Here are 10 stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Aug 18th - 8:46pm
The two women vying for mayor opened up about their histories, hopes and visions for Salt Lake City Sunday during their first joint speaking engagement since they both advanced in last Tuesday’s primary election.
The Associated Press | Posted Aug 18th - 6:46pm
Ben Hermans finished near the front once more in the final stage of the Tour of Utah on Sunday, allowing him to wrap up the overall title after taking second in the week-long race a year ago.
Wendy Leonard, KSL | Posted Aug 18th - 4:32pm
Melanoma is on the rise, and it is no secret that Utahns are particularly at risk.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Aug 18th - 3:01pm
While their versions of what transpired were slightly different, both Casey Joseph Cormani and Cassandra Leydsman Richards agree about one thing when it comes to drug use and their daughter.
Marjorie Cortez, KSL | Posted Aug 18th - 2:36pm
At first glimpse of her family’s new home, Anifah Barobi was so overcome with emotion she fell to her knees and rolled on the hot pavement on 22nd Street late Thursday afternoon.
The Associated Press | Posted Aug 18th - 1:25pm
More women in Utah are earning STEM-related degrees, but experts say completion rates are still behind the national average, a report said.
81-year-old facing voyeurism charges after parents say he crashed a wedding and took pictures of children
Garna Mejia, KSL TV | Posted Aug 18th - 11:23am
An 81-year-old man is facing charges for voyeurism against a child and criminal trespass after parents at a wedding say he crashed the celebration and took inappropriate pictures of their children.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Aug 18th - 9:21am
The boil order issued for Soldier Hollow Complex was lifted Saturday after water test results showed no sign of E. coli contamination, officials said.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Aug 18th - 8:43am
A 19-year-old man is in critical condition after he was hit by a tow truck while lying in the road in Millcreek early Sunday.
Jasen Lee, KSL | Posted Aug 18th - 8:27am
The Blue Line Ladies Foundation is a nonprofit organization that raises funds to purchase protective equipment for local law enforcement.
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