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'Surprisingly bad' evidence in ex-UHP trooper's case, attorney says

11/21/2013 7:09am
The lead attorney in a class-action lawsuit against Lisa Steed said the evidence he has seen against the embattled former UHP trooper so far is "surprisingly bad."

Researchers study new way to predict severe weather

11/21/2013 7:38am
Scientists have spent decades working to create better ways to predict severe weather. Now, one Utah physicist says his team has made a pretty big discovery by monitoring the shifts in the jet stream.

Holiday-like congestion could happen daily at airport, studies show

11/21/2013 8:07am
Imagine the longest line you've ever stood in at the airport. Then imagine that happening every time you fly.

Video: Living with gratitude

11/21/2013 8:25am
In this video, you see how a farmer, nearly 90 years old, has lived his life full of gratitude for the simple things like arms to hold his children, a loving wife and nature's bounty.

Transgender community honors those lost, hopes for better future

11/21/2013 8:55am
Honoring those lost over the past year, Utah's transgender community gathered Wednesday night to give voice to those who no longer have one.

Group considers how to cope with growth in Jordan School District

11/21/2013 9:15am
In the aftermath of a resounding defeat of Jordan School District's proposed $495 million bond, members of the school board and a group from the community sat down Wednesday to get feedback on how to cope with continued growth.

Supporters of marijuana oil for seizures take cause to Capitol Hill

11/21/2013 9:52am
Supporters of extracting oil from marijuana to stop epileptic seizures took to Utah's Capitol Hill Wednesday but met with some resistance.

4 reasons the Notre Dame game is critical for BYU

11/21/2013 10:04am
BYU's upcoming game against the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame will not affect the Cougars' bowl prospects for 2013 in any way. BYU is assured a spot in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl regardless of the outcome. A win in South Bend probably will not propel the Y into the Top 25. Yet, there is a lot riding on this game for the BYU football program. Here are four reasons why the Notre Dame game is critical for the Cougars to win.

Bill allows burying household trash in rural Utah

11/21/2013 10:11am
Rural Utah residents who don't have regular garbage pickup would have the option of burying their non-hazardous household trash under a legislative measure sponsored by Rep. Rhonda Menlove, R-Garland.

The upside of selfies: Social media isn't all bad for kids

11/21/2013 10:32am
What good could possibly come from teens and tweens spending gobs of time on online networks, posting nonstop "selfies," some in rather suggestive poses, and often communicating with people they don't even know?

Your best hunting story could be worth $1,000

11/21/2013 11:01am
A Utah publishing company is seeking submissions for their upcoming series of hunting adventure books. Here's how to submit your best hunting story for the chance to earn $1,000.

Ask a Chef: Thanksgiving turkey tips

11/21/2013 11:12am
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This week: cooking that perfect turkey.

50 years ago, Kennedy, Huxley and Lewis followed different paths to the grave

11/21/2013 11:15am
Nov. 22, 2013, marks the 50th anniversary of the deaths of three men: John F. Kennedy, C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley. They began as thoroughly modern men in a skeptical world, but each marked a different spiritual path to the grave.

Costco apologizes for California bible flap

11/21/2013 11:16am
A Costco store in Southern California drew some unwanted attention this week after labeling some of its Bibles as fiction.

Volcano raises new island far south of Japan

11/21/2013 11:46am
A volcanic eruption has raised an island in the seas to the far south of Tokyo, the Japanese coast guard and earthquake experts said.

Former BYU football player dies of ATV accident injuries

11/21/2013 12:47pm
Former offensive lineman Nick Longshore passed away Wednesday after an ATV crash hospitalized him last week.

1 in 8 drivers using express lane illegally, costing Utah thousands

11/21/2013 1:31pm
Utah could be losing big money because some drivers are cheating the toll lane system.

5 famous beards with Utah ties

11/21/2013 2:03pm
It's no secret that the fine art of moustachery can be both the high point of a man's life, and the bane of his woman's existence. Here are five famous beards with Utah ties to support Movember.

5 tips for dealing with strong personalities

11/21/2013 3:15pm
In daily interactions, we can all struggle with how to handle particularly strong personalities: What do I say? How do I respond? How do I not want to punch him or her in the nose? A few tips can make a positive difference.

Burglars take joy ride in hearse at Fear Factory

11/21/2013 4:40pm
Burglars stole props from haunted house Fear Factory and took a joy ride though the park, owners said.

Rare Carl Bloch paintings on display at BYU

11/21/2013 4:53pm
Thursday, Brigham Young University Museum of Art debuted four Carl Bloch paintings that are on an "extraordinary" loan from a Danish castle.

Overeating: a Thanksgiving 'tradition' that you can avoid

11/21/2013 6:23pm
Thanksgiving is the holiday known for gratitude and overeating — one makes you feel good, and the other makes you feel awful. What can you do to curb overeating during your Thanksgiving meal?

Police seek public's help to find those involved in fatal stabbing

11/21/2013 6:48pm
Police believe a man from the Salt Lake homeless shelter died of a stab wound in an apparent homicide Wednesday night.

Body cams replacing dash cams for Park City police

11/21/2013 6:49pm
Park City police are joining other departments across the country as they upgrade dash cameras in police vehicles to body cameras on police officers.

Judge bars statements teen made after brothers found stabbed

11/21/2013 6:55pm
Statements that a 15-year-old boy gave to police the morning after he allegedly killed his two younger brothers will not be allowed in court, a judge ruled Thursday.

Confusion over county, city lines leads to delayed 911 response

11/21/2013 6:57pm
Confusion over jurisdiction lines, and the closest available emergency crews led to a delayed 911 response Wednesday.

Vigilant shopper detects alleged credit card fraud

11/21/2013 7:15pm
Police are crediting an alert shopper for helping them make arrests in a credit card fraud scheme.

Local homeless family gets makeover

11/21/2013 7:30pm
A local family living in a homeless shelter was surprised with hair cuts, new clothes and even a job opportunity.

100-mph chase ends with stolen truck in ditch

11/21/2013 7:31pm
Police arrested a man and woman accused of leading officers on a chase that reached speeds up to 100 miles per hour.

Democrats vote to curb filibusters on appointees

11/21/2013 8:19pm
Sweeping aside a century of precedent, Democrats took a chunk out of the Senate's hallowed filibuster tradition on Thursday and cleared the way for speedy confirmation of controversial appointments made by President Barack Obama and chief executives in the future.

Tooele receives $13M grant for new Dugway High School

11/21/2013 8:27pm
The U.S. Department of Defense has awarded the Tooele School District with a $13 million grant for the construction of a new Dugway High School at the Dugway Proving Ground.

Utah Farm Bureau Convention attempts to demystify Obamacare

11/21/2013 9:01pm
The National Farm Bureau's point man on the Affordable Health Care Act for 100,000 policyholders in eight states spoke Thursday at the Utah Farm Bureau's convention in an attempt to dispel some of the myths and explain some truths about the law.

Elementary students show thanks for reading tutors with pies

11/21/2013 9:27pm
Students at Redwood Elementary in Salt Lake said thanks to their reading tutors with pumpkin pie and whip cream on top.

Severe weather, winds hit Utah

11/21/2013 10:25pm
Utahns across the state were met by the beginning of a weekend of severe weather Thursday as wind gusts tore across the Wasatch Front, snow began to fall and storms moved in from the south.

Attorney General John Swallow resigns

11/21/2013 10:28pm
Embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow announced Thursday he will resign effective 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, saying ongoing investigations against him have taken a toll on him, his family and his office.

Does looking at Facebook make you sad?

11/21/2013 10:31pm
New research suggests that spending time on Facebook can cause "Facebook envy," but it can also provide motivation to better your life.

People remember, tell about historical disasters to cope, experts say

11/21/2013 10:39pm
Friday marks 50 years since the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The moment is burned into the memories of millions, and even many of those who were very young at the time can remember exactly where they were the instant they learned the news. Share your memories of those moments with KSL TV.

1 killed, 1 injured after being hit by vehicle in Ogden

11/21/2013 11:59pm
A man and woman were injured after being hit by a vehicle while crossing a crosswalk Thursday night. The woman died from her injuries.