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Latter-day Saint missionaries in Bolivia transferred to other missions

Simone Seikaly, KSL  |  Posted Nov 15th - 4:33pm

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints confirms in a statement that officials are in the process of transferring 63 missionaries from the Bolivia Cochabamba Mission.

Charges: ‘You love him more than me,’ man yelled before killing dog

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted Nov 15th - 4:03pm

Police say a South Salt Lake man killed his girlfriend’s dog because he believed she loved her pet more than him.

Utah nanny convicted of all counts in childhood abuse of rabbi

Annie Knox, KSL  |  Posted Nov 15th - 2:01pm

A nanny accused of abusing an Orthodox rabbi throughout much of his childhood in his family’s Salt Lake City home has been found guilty as charged.

1 year after 'dysfunction,' Utah County pioneers new strategies in 2019 elections

Graham Dudley,  |  Posted Nov 15th - 1:46pm

In 2018, Gov. Gary Herbert called Utah County the “epicenter of dysfunction” for the long lines and wait times that greeted voters on Election Day. The 2019 election, however, appears to have been a smooth success despite extra obstacles.

Sen. Mike Lee among co-chairmen of Trump’s Utah reelection campaign

Lisa Riley Roche, KSL  |  Posted Nov 15th - 1:16pm

Second Lady Karen Pence made a brief visit to Salt Lake Friday to file paperwork to put President Donald Trump on Utah’s March primary ballot.

1 killed, 2 injured in U.S. 40 crash, officials say

Xoel Cardenas, and Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted Nov 15th - 12:47pm

One person was killed and at least two others were injured after a two-vehicle crash in Wasatch County Friday.

Man stabbed outside Matheson Courthouse before making court appearance

Jacob Klopfenstein,  |  Posted Nov 15th - 10:27am

A man who had a minor stab wound checked into court before he sought help, officials said Friday.

Work on the redesign of Zion’s south entrance begins

Mori Kessler, St. George News  |  Posted Nov 15th - 9:59am

Construction on the redesign of Zion National Park’s southern entrance began this week with the expectation it will help visitors get into the park faster.

Zoning change threatens to turn Kaysville equestrian area into apartments

Mike Anderson, KSL TV  |  Posted Nov 15th - 9:14am

Homeowners in the Sunset Equestrian Estates area said they are worried about a proposed zoning change that would remove a 19.5-acre equestrian area and put in hundreds of high-density housing units.

Grantsville petting zoo cleared of wrongdoing; owner files defamation lawsuit

Alex Cabrero, KSL TV  |  Posted Nov 15th - 8:23am

An investigation into a Grantsville petting zoo found no evidence of any wrongdoing and no charges will be filed. However, the owner has filed a defamation lawsuit.

Vintage books discovered inside the walls of a flood-damaged Utah library

Liesl Nielsen,  |  Posted Nov 15th - 7:38am

A flood destroyed thousands of books at the Sprague Branch of the Salt Lake City Library in 2017. Over two years later, renovation crews found four vintage books sheltered from the downpour in the walls.

2 weekend lane closures at 6200 South and Bangerter to cause delays

Jennifer Guzman,  |  Posted Nov 15th - 7:21am

Drivers can expect delays at 6200 South and Bangerter Highway in Taylorsville as crews work on moving the aqueduct over the next two weekends.

Utah ski resorts upping perks for seasonal workers in tight job market

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Nov 15th - 7:09am

As resorts across the US struggle to fill seasonal jobs in a tight labor market, Utah's areas aren't having much trouble. However, some have upped the perks.

Missing Utah State University student found safe

Lauren Bennett,  |  Posted Nov 14th - 10:38pm

A student who USU officials asked for help in finding Thursday night has checked in with university police and is safe, officials say.

UTA seeking public input on transit plan for Point of the Mountain

Felicia Martinez, KSL TV  |  Posted Nov 14th - 10:13pm

The Utah Transit Authority wants to hear from you regarding public transportation needs around the Point of the Mountain.

1950s-era fighter jet belly-lands in Richfield; no one injured

Lauren Bennett,  |  Posted Nov 14th - 9:29pm

About 4 p.m., as the planes were landing in Richfield for a pitstop, the Fury’s pilot accidentally hit his plane flaps instead of his landing gear, causing the plane to belly-land on the runway.

K-20 Summit explores how to help students succeed in college — and life

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Nov 14th - 9:01pm

Utah education leaders and elected officials took part in the Utah K-20 Summit to discuss helping more students succeed in school and life.

A new study hopes to prevent disease before it starts through genetics

Aley Davis, KSL TV  |  Posted Nov 14th - 8:31pm

What would life be like if you knew you would get cancer one day, but could prevent it beforehand? Clinicians in Utah are hoping to accomplish just that through a new study.

Sen. Mike Lee to police doing facial recognition surveillance: Get a warrant

Dennis Romboy, KSL  |  Posted Nov 14th - 8:01pm

Federal police agencies would have to obtain a warrant to use facial recognition technology for surveillance under a bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. Senate on Thursday.