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New procedure helps spare tiny babies from pain and trauma

12/18/2012 6:45am
Utah's tiniest babies have new hope and less trauma because of a technique pioneered at McKay-Dee Hospital in Ogden. It's now growing across the nation.

Holiday bookings down in Park City; tourism officials not worried

12/18/2012 7:50am
Some reports show a drop in estimated bookings in Park City for the holidays. But tourism officials say it could just be an anomaly this year.

Ask a Cop: Are Utah schools safe?

12/18/2012 11:52am
Have you ever wanted to ask a cop a question but were either too scared or had warrants? Well now is your chance. I will attempt to answer your questions via email, in the article or sometimes in the comments. Today I talk about school shootings.

Man admits to role in mortgage fraud scheme

12/18/2012 11:59am
A Draper man has admitted in federal court that he falsified  construction loan applications in connection with a mortgage fraud scheme.

USU football player arrested for trespassing

12/18/2012 1:11pm
Utah State junior defensive lineman Sini Tauauvea was arrested and booked into the Ada County jail on two misdemeanor charges early Sunday morning.

2 Ogden markets, 12 people indicted on charges of welfare fraud

12/18/2012 4:28pm
Twelve people and two Ogden markets are named in a federal indictment alleging they fraudulently obtained cash from a government assistance program designed to provide food for needy people.

Police identify 1 victim in Sandy shooting, house fire

12/18/2012 4:54pm
Through forensic testing, investigators Tuesday confirmed the identity of one of two people found shot to death inside a burned out bedroom.

Charity's call for help leads to extra Christmas gift giveaway

12/18/2012 5:25pm
Some of Santa's hardest workers were sifting on Tuesday through loads of gifts, many of which were contributed by viewers and readers of KSL TV and for hundreds of Utahns with intellectual disabilities.

6th grader charged after bringing gun to school

12/18/2012 6:19pm
There was fear and anger from parents Tuesday morning as they dropped their children off at West Kearns Elementary.

Pastor pulls gun on unsuspecting burglar

12/18/2012 6:36pm
Instead of reaching for his Bible, an Orem minister grabbed his handgun when a man high on drugs tried breaking into his church.

Girl with severe epilepsy granted wish to meet Cake Boss

12/18/2012 6:38pm
Kimmie Hansen walked into her ninth-grade classroom Tuesday to see her entire family waiting to greet her there. Little did she know, they were there to tell her he biggest wish had been granted.

Roosevelt woman proudly assumes Miss Rodeo America title

12/18/2012 7:25pm
It may be down a two-lane road on the outskirts of Roosevelt, but Chenae Shiner's house isn't hard to find.

Firearms listings temporarily suspended on KSL Classifieds

12/18/2012 8:14pm
KSL has temporarily suspended firearms listings on classified ads.

Hogle Zoo monkey infection free, thanks to university doctors

12/18/2012 9:22pm
A 15-year-old howler monkey at Utah's Hogle Zoo is breathing easier after surgery Tuesday, during which a severe case of sinusitis was cleared out.

Columbine survivor offers perspective on Conn. shooting

12/18/2012 9:45pm
Last week's elementary school massacre has provoked a lot of emotions for those who have survived similar shootings, including a Utah woman who was a student at Columbine High School.

Eagle Mountain residents plant tree for Emilie Parker

12/18/2012 10:13pm
Mourners gathered around a very special little tree in Eagle Mountain Tuesday night to honor the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Connecticut.

Charity organizations team up for surprise Christmas event

12/18/2012 10:20pm
Three organizations that help troubled or underprivileged youth in Salt Lake had a chance to make their kids' holiday Tuesday night, special thanks to a surprise they won't soon forget.

FBI offers $10K for info on 'Honey Bun Bandits'

12/18/2012 10:25pm
Two men who robbed a bank Monday left a Christmas gift for those inside as they took off with the stolen cash. It was a box wrapped in blue paper with snowmen printed on it, which they claimed was a bomb.

Elderly elves turn West Jordan health care facility into Santa's workshop

12/18/2012 10:35pm
This holiday season, elderly residents of a Utah health care facility are proving that anyone can spread the spirit of Christmas and volunteerism, no matter the age.

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