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Greater supply of oil coming, but will it mean lower gas prices?

06/25/2013 7:47am
Energy watchers made headlines when they announced oil production in the U.S. may outpace Saudi Arabia by 2020. But what does this mean for Utahns?

Firework stand uses QR codes to let customers preview before they buy

06/25/2013 7:58am
As firework stands open for business, one Utah vendor has created a way for buyers to preview what they're getting before they check out.

Boy Scouts, LDS Church sued in Idaho

06/25/2013 8:10am
Four men are suing the LDS Church and Boy Scouts of America in federal court, saying they were sexually abused while attending scouting functions in Idaho.

Man to be sentenced in prostitution case

06/25/2013 10:31am
Sentencing has been set for a massage parlor owner who pleaded guilty to human trafficking.

VIDEO: What 200 calories looks like in different foods

06/25/2013 11:01am
All foods have calories, and obviously some foods are healthier than others. A new video was released to demonstrate the portion sizes of different foods that were only 200 calories.

Firefighters rescue iguana from tree

06/25/2013 12:07pm
A pet owner called 911 Tuesday to report that their iguana was stuck in a tree.

A look at Boy Scout policies for leaders

06/25/2013 12:25pm
Four men have filed a lawsuit against The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Boy Scouts of America claiming they were sexually abused by Scout leaders — but what do the Scouting policies do to protect Scouts and leaders?

Georgia man, 61, possibly drowned in Lake Powell

06/25/2013 12:34pm
Authorities are looking for a 61-year-old Georgia man who went missing near the entrance of Lake Powell's Warm Creek Bay.

Map shows most popular brands originating in each state

06/25/2013 2:30pm
A new map shows the most popular brand that originated in each of the 50 states, and Sinclair topped the list for Utah represented companies.

Utahns encouraged to bring 'pioneers out of your attics'

06/25/2013 4:43pm
The Utah Academic Library Consortium is sponsoring a new intiative to encourage Utahns to bring old family historical documents to scan and share in an online database.

Semitrailer hauling ice cream hits guard rail, starts on fire

06/25/2013 5:02pm
A semitrailer hit a guard rail Tuesday afternoon and started on fire after fuel spilled in the collision.

Body of 2nd missing woman found in Lake Powell

06/25/2013 5:32pm
The body of 22-year-old Jessica Jackman was recovered Tuesday, six days after a fatal boating accident on Lake Powell.

Man who pleaded guilty in murder case seeks to appeal sentence

06/25/2013 6:36pm
It has been two years now since Benjamin Rettig stood in a Utah County courtroom and pleaded guilty to being involved in killing Kay Mortensen and taking Roger and Pamela Mortensen hostage, and now he's trying to appeal his sentence.

DWR monitors bear populations to keep them out of camps

06/25/2013 6:50pm
State biologists are hoping to monitor the problem of black bears in Utah roaming into areas inhabited by humans in search of food during hot, dry conditions.

Will Utah's ban on gay marriage survive SCOTUS?

06/25/2013 7:06pm
The U.S. Supreme Court will likely issue highly-anticipated rulings Wednesday on California's Proposition 8 and the federal Defense of Marriage Act, and Utah officials and legal observers remained skeptical of any significant impact in the state.

Man acquitted of 1984 murder to stand trial for obstruction of justice

06/25/2013 7:44pm
The state's high court found Tuesday that a man who refused to testify against his co-defendant in a 1984 murder case should stand trial for obstruction of justice.

Las Vegas family injured in I-15 rollover still critical

06/25/2013 8:09pm
A Las Vegas father and his two young children injured when their vehicle blew a tire and rolled near Beaver remained hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday.

Equipment training center gives inside look at 'Workplace Safety Week'

06/25/2013 8:21pm
As part of Utah's first Workplace Safety Week, KSL got an exclusive hands-on look at the training heavy equipment operators get to make their jobs safer.

Woman steals car from parking lot; police ask for help finding her

06/25/2013 8:59pm
Elham Nielson ran into the Deseret Industries in Sugar House to buy a dresser drawer before heading to work when her car was stolen from the parking lot.

Judge dismisses sexual abuse charge against former teacher

06/25/2013 9:32pm
The dismissal was ordered after defense attorney Jed Labrum presented Judge Lyle Anderson with information showing the statute of limitations barred the state from prosecuting.

Company accused of cleaning septic tank, dumping waste in yard

06/25/2013 9:48pm
A company that cleans sewage lines and septic tanks was charged Tuesday with illegally dumping septic sludge in a yard.

Utah vets wait years for VA to process claims, investigation finds

06/25/2013 10:46pm
They've served their country but their claims for help go untouched for days, months or even years. Veterans seeking help for war-related injuries wait nearly 400 days on average for their claims to even be processed.

Footage obtained by KSL of Josh Powell questioning shows evasive behavior

06/25/2013 11:59pm
Recordings of police interviews with Josh Powell obtained exclusively by KSL reveal frustration, evasion during early days of the search for Susan.

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