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Utah filmmakers release footage of mountain high-wire crossing

11/29/2012 12:15am
The filmmakers from Utah-based company Good Line made headlines last year with their thrilling "Human Slingshot" video. Now they're back with a new video featuring extreme athletes crossing a cliff-spanning slackline, hundreds of feet in the a

Fire damages Ogden apartment building

11/29/2012 7:09am
Two Ogden families are out of their homes after fire damaged an apartment building.

Tips for boosting employee morale

11/29/2012 7:33am
Recent surveys show that most American workers are less than satisfied with their jobs. So what can bosses do boost employee morale?

Voice researchers study Pres. Hinckley's speeches

11/29/2012 8:58am
One sign of aging that is often overlooked is the voice. Researchers are analyzing speeches from the late Pres. Gordon B. Hinckley to learn about voice health.

Car dealer arrested after being charged for not delivering titles

11/29/2012 10:55am
A used car salesman charged months ago with not delivering titles has been arrested.

371 million diagnosed with diabetes; millions more undiagnosed

11/29/2012 3:22pm
The number of people with diabetes is growing quickly across the nation — but there are millions more who don't even know they suffer from the disease.

State GOP leadership concerned with Salt Lake County ballot counts

11/29/2012 4:39pm
The Salt Lake County Clerk is firing back at Republicans over recent concerns they have raised over provisional and absentee ballots and how they were counted or disqualified, as well as access they had to those ballots.

Man charged with manslaughter in fatal crash moves to preliminary hearing

11/29/2012 5:17pm
Nearly two years after a fiery crash killed a graduate student from Westminster, the case against the man accused of causing the crash is moving forward.

1 year after Davis County wind storm, area recovers

11/29/2012 5:25pm
Last year, December was ushered in with a massive wind storm. Nearly a year after one of the most destructive wind storms in Utah's history, some residents are still taking care of its victims.

Student wears black dress to create awareness for child trafficking

11/29/2012 6:16pm
A new report show America's legal system is failing children who are sexually exploited for money and that includes Utah.

Job fair to provide former Hostess workers with new opportunities

11/29/2012 7:28pm
About 600 people were put out of work in the Ogden area, after Hostess shut down their operations. Now a community of employers are reaching out.

80-year-old Red Cross volunteer recounts relief efforts from Sandy

11/29/2012 7:43pm
As a Red Cross volunteer, Vern Gillmore can recite some of the relief effort numbers associated with Hurricane Sandy: 7.5 million meals, 3,000 volunteers and 300 emergency vehicles.

New health care options available for Utah business owners, workers

11/29/2012 8:04pm
Health care in the workplace is something Utah business owners are struggling to provide and it's something Utah workers are afraid to lose. A new option cuts employers costs significantly, and gives employees financial flexibility.

Students help Gov. Herbert decorate the mansion's Christmas tree

11/29/2012 8:50pm
Students held their breath as Governor Herbert put the star on top of their tree at the mansion on Thursday.

West Valley shooting followed drug-related kidnapping, robbery

11/29/2012 9:27pm
A teen found injured in front of a West Valley strip mall with multiple gunshot wounds was the victim of a drug deal gone bad, according to police.

Injured boys describe terrifying gas explosion; community rallies to help

11/29/2012 10:36pm
A Utah community is coming together to help five boys, badly burned in a gas can explosion in Box Elder County a couple of weeks ago. Three of them are now recovering and spoke to KSL News about the incident that changed their lives.

Teen shoots self on skybridge near junior high school

11/29/2012 10:38pm
Students at Bennion Middle School in Taylorsville are dealing with a day they never dreamed would happen. After school Thursday afternoon, they watched a fellow student shoot and kill himself.

Fiscal cliff fight could mean demise of Utah agency

11/29/2012 10:43pm
The looming fiscal cliff has gained the attention of the national media recently. But with the eroding political climate, other agencies and programs funded by the government are caught in the crossfire, leaving them unsure of their future.

Utah charity needs help bringing Christmas to disabled adults

11/29/2012 10:44pm
The Utah Association for Intellectual Disabilities (UAID) tries to make sure that low-income people with intellectual disabilities are not forgotten on Christmas. Right now that seems like a daunting task, and the organization needs help.

Tree-lighting ceremony kicks off Christmas season at 'This is the Place'

11/29/2012 11:59pm
A huge crowd gathered Thursday night for a first ever tree-lighting ceremony at This is the Place Heritage Park. It was organized as an interfaith celebration of the start of the Christmas season.

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