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Public perception of police affects justice system

05/02/2013 7:11am
Lawyers say the recent West Valley police cases and others are having a ripple effect that extends to the justice system.

Court denies appeal for convicted Brigham City pill doctor

05/02/2013 7:27am
A federal court has denied Brigham City doctor Dewey MacKay's appeal of his conviction for illegally prescribing painkillers.

Convict tells Utah Supreme Court he was confused about plea deal

05/02/2013 8:03am
Damien Candland, 25, is serving a life without parole prison sentence for the murder of his aunt. His attempts to withdraw his guilty plea were unsuccessful, so he has taken his case to the Utah Supreme Court.

More healthcare providers posting ratings to help patients pick doctors

05/02/2013 8:43am
The University of Utah hospitals and clinics are going on six months of posting doctor ratings online for all to see, and other facilities are following suit.

Utah's own 'Man vs. Wild' school

05/02/2013 8:48am
The Boulder Outdoor Survival School teaches its students primitive survival skills in the deserts and mountains of southern Utah.

Dash-cam released of 'sovereign citizen' who led UHP on I-15 chase

05/02/2013 12:33pm
Police have released dash-cam footage in a chase on I-15 last week that led police through Salt Lake County.

Facing federal sanctions, Herbert offers solutions to pollution

05/02/2013 4:20pm
Utah's air pollution problem has regulators stumped, but Gov. Gary Herbert says the solutions are inside everybody's garage.

School stops gun raffle for St. George girls' rugby team

05/02/2013 5:35pm
A school shut down a gun raffle for a St. George girls' rugby team after a concerned citizen notified school officials.

Fire damages D.I. manufacturing plant

05/02/2013 5:43pm
Firefighters put out a two-alarm fire at a Deseret Industries manufacturing plant in Salt Lake.

How young is too young to own a firearm?

05/02/2013 6:03pm
How young is too young to have access to a firearm? That's what many people are asking after a 5-year-old boy accidentally shot his 2-year-old sister with a rifle he received as a birthday gift. For firearms instructors in Utah, it's not a simple question to answer.

Murray canal breach causing water shortage for SLCC, others

05/02/2013 7:40pm
The canal breach in Murray that flooded homes last week is now causing problems for others who depend on the water.

Katie Couric shares secrets of success with KSL

05/02/2013 7:46pm
Katie Couric has experienced large amounts of success in her career, but I learned that Couric has managed to remain "down to earth" in an interview with her Thursday.

Utahns join nation in celebrating National Day of Prayer

05/02/2013 8:27pm
In honor of the 62nd annual National Day of Prayer, Utahns joined with the thousands of different Christian denominations across the U.S. to pray for America.

Men suffering depression, suicidal thoughts less likely to seek help

05/02/2013 9:05pm
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a new report on Thursday that deaths caused by suicide now surpass deaths from car accidents.

'Biggest Loser' casting call this Saturday; former contestant encourages Utahns to audition

05/02/2013 9:33pm
This time last year, Jackson Carter was 21 years old, 150 pounds overweight, living in Layton, and looking to make big changes in his life. Little did he know that a promo spot he saw on KSL channel 5 would transform him into one of America's Biggest Losers. This Saturday is your chance to join him.

Family says soccer referee still in coma from player's punch

05/02/2013 10:30pm
A family is holding on to hope as their father, a youth soccer referee who fell into a coma after being punched in the head by a player over the weekend, remains in extremely critical condition.

Kennecott Utah Copper announces more employee layoffs

05/02/2013 10:46pm
Kennecott Utah Copper announced Thursday that employee layoffs will take place beginning in May as a result of the large slide at the Bingham Canyon Mine.

Study shows teens are more materialistic, less willing to work

05/02/2013 10:47pm
Are teenagers just too lazy, too distracted and too soft to get a job? A new study said many of them are. The report shows that nearly 40 percent of teens aren't interested in hard work.

'4-legged ecological disasters' concern S. Utah officials

05/02/2013 10:53pm
Hunters in southern Utah have discovered a new sport: crossing the border into northern Arizona and using packs of dogs to track down wild pigs.

3-year-old critically injured in fall from slide

05/02/2013 11:18pm
A 3-year-old girl sustained life-threatening injuries when she fell from a play set outside her home Thursday afternoon.

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