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Child porn investigations lead to 2 arrests

11/27/2013 6:58am
Provo police arrested two men in separate child pornography investigations over the weekend.

RSL fans outraged after Ticketmaster MLS Cup ticket code deemed invalid

11/27/2013 7:21am
Real Salt Lake notified fans late Tuesday night via Twitter that all MLS Cup tickets purchased via Ticketmaster with a leaked code would be cancelled because the code was declared invalid.

Hit-and-run driver claimed to be a victim, police say

11/27/2013 8:03am
South Salt Lake police are searching for a hit- and-run driver and say another driver made a false report.

Arresting officer almost let Warren Jeffs get away, former trooper claims

11/27/2013 8:16am
A new story is being told about the 2006 capture of FLDS leader Warren Jeffs. It claims Jeffs almost got away that night in Las Vegas.

Secret shoppers find concerns at state liquor stores, audit shows

11/27/2013 8:32am
On most secret shopper visits to 11 state liquor stores as part of a new audit, customers were not greeted or offered assistance.

Provo City Center temple taking shape

11/27/2013 9:38am
Construction crews working on the new temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Provo are making significant, very visible progress.

Intoxicated man displayed handgun while buying liquor, sheriff says

11/27/2013 10:24am
After producing a handgun while trying to buy liquor, a man who was restricted from carrying a firearm was arrested.

Ask a Chef: Tasty ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers

11/27/2013 10:30am
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This week: what to do with all those Thanksgiving leftovers.

4 vaccine clinics to be held throughout Utah County

11/27/2013 10:44am
The Utah County Health Department is offering community immunization clinics in time for the holidays.

How vikings used science, tools to navigate across oceans

11/27/2013 11:01am
Two primitive yet ingenious instruments made Vikings the greatest explorers of their age.

Code secrets: The real reasons why girls need to become computer geeks

11/27/2013 11:20am
Computer science jobs are plentiful and well paid and can offer career flexibility and chances to work from home. So why do so few women choose to study computer science?

'Cost-plus' contract has drawbacks for SL homeowner

11/27/2013 11:34am
Salt Lake homeowner Janelle Williamson's construction contractor offered her a cost-plus contract. She said it became loaded with surprise extra expenses.

Girls escape parents after months in captivity, police say

11/27/2013 11:44am
Two girls claiming they'd been held captive for several months or more in "filthy living conditions" told police they ran to a neighbor's house to escape their knife- wielding stepfather, according to a Tucson, Ariz., police report.

Volocopter: 18-propeller electric helicopter takes flight

11/27/2013 12:00pm
There's a lot to be said for determination. Two years ago, a contraption that looked a bit like a bouncy ball attached to a clothesline, took flight in a pioneering experiment in the German countryside.

Women smarter about eating fish, EPA study says

11/27/2013 12:24pm
An EPA study on blood mercury levels in women of child bearing age shows the levels have dropped 35 percent in a decade, yet the amount of fish consumption has changed very little.

5 mustaches that have rocked us over the years

11/27/2013 2:01pm
Mustaches have accomplished many things and the people attached to them. The following is five mustaches and the musicians who grew them. Let's praise the mustaches that inspired men to grow them, pull out their trusty air guitar and rock out!

One stop shopping for candidates online with new social network

11/27/2013 2:08pm
Prime shopping season might be underway this holiday season, but candidate shopping might be a little easier for voters next campaign season with — the "social network for politics."

Man, woman charged with forcing women into prostitution

11/27/2013 3:07pm
Federal charges have been filed against a man and woman accused of forcing four women to engage in prostitution in various states.

Brave middle schooler tells peers she's bald

11/27/2013 3:12pm
Middle schooler Katarina Lucardie didn't expect to see her classmates cry when she decided to show them her big secret.

9 cities kick off homeless services fund

11/27/2013 3:39pm
Nine cities and unincorporated Salt Lake County have agreed to contribute 35 cents per resident to the inaugural homeless services fund. The fund will be used to create and fund an ongoing regional program for homeless services in the county.

Missing teen may be endangered, police say

11/27/2013 5:05pm
After leaving her middle school with an unidentified male, a 14-year- old girl is the focus of a search by West Jordan Police Department.

South Jordan house fire rips through garage, attic

11/27/2013 6:46pm
Firefighters are mopping up a fire that ripped through a South Jordan house garage Wednesday morning, leaving two people displaced.

Police seek robber who fled credit union

11/27/2013 6:51pm
After a man robbed a credit union in Salt Lake City, police asking the public for information.

Family of man killed in hit-and-run seek justice

11/27/2013 6:58pm
The family of man killed in a hit-and-run accident are pleading for help in finding the driver of the car.

Wednesday's Child: Sophia and Payton

11/27/2013 7:01pm
Each Wednesday, a child who is looking for an adoptive home is featured on KSL. This week, the two featured children found a loving adoptive family.

Holiday travel, commutes moving smoothly through Utah, officials say

11/27/2013 7:04pm
A large storm is causing delays for Thanksgiving travel in the northeastern part of the country, but many Utahns are reporting travel has been unusually smooth for a holiday weekend.

2 men charged with murder of Orem man

11/27/2013 7:05pm
Two men in Utah County have been charged with murder after allegedly gunning down an Orem man while he was driving down the road.

Lt. Gov. satisfied with Swallow resignation, won't pursue civil case

11/27/2013 7:23pm
The state elections office will not seek a civil complaint against Utah Attorney General John Swallow but will give its report to other investigations for any possible criminal charges.

Fewer food drives, donations given to local food banks

11/27/2013 7:42pm
Food banks and pantries in Utah are having a harder time securing the drive donations they need, and they're resorting to more drives to compensate.

FTC seeks judgment in fraud case against Jeremy Johnson

11/27/2013 8:40pm
Federal regulators want a Nevada judge to find that a St. George businessman's "well-oiled fraud machine" tricked online customers into spending $281 million on bogus Internet services.

Police: California gunman holds 2 hostages

11/27/2013 8:49pm
A man shot and wounded a suburban Los Angeles police officer Wednesday and holed up in a home with two hostages, one of whom may be a 14-year-old girl, authorities said.

Thanksgiving-Hanukkah overlap spurs thanks, angst

11/27/2013 9:00pm
When life gives you Hanukkah on Thanksgiving, make a menurkey. Or a turkel.

State engineer's water rights for nuclear plant upheld by judge

11/27/2013 9:15pm
A district judge on Wednesday ruled that State Engineer Kent Jones exercised his authority within Utah law when he granted a change application for 53,600 acre-feet of water for a nuclear power plant. Environmental groups had challenged the decision.

Driver hits 2 cars, leads officers on chase

11/27/2013 9:40pm
A man attempting to evade police in a traffic stop hit two other cars and led officers on a brief foot chase Wednesday night, police said.

Woman killed while attempting to cross I-80 identified by police

11/27/2013 10:23pm
A woman was killed Wednesday night after being hit by multiple cars as she attempted to run across Interstate 80.

6 people transported to hospital after rollover on I-15

11/27/2013 10:24pm
Six people were transported to an area hospital after their vehicle rolled over a median into oncoming traffic on I- 15.

App allows users to report airport screening discrimination

11/27/2013 10:30pm
Airline travelers who feel they've been unfairly screened can now report their complaints directly to congress members through an app for iPhones and Androids called FlyRights.

Tragic bus-train accident in South Jordan memorialized after 75 years

11/27/2013 10:34pm
A deadly bus accident that occurred 75 years ago in South Jordan changed bus laws in every state. On Monday, the tragedy will be commemorated with a new monument.

'Life is sweet' for American Fork Baker

11/27/2013 10:54pm
An American Fork woman followed her dream and opened her own pie shop despite life's tragedies.

Thanksgiving ranked as leading day for house fires

11/27/2013 10:57pm
Thanksgiving has been reported as the day of the year that has the most house fires. Firefighters give simple safety steps to prevent fires started from grease and neglect