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Distraught 9-11 calls flood Weber County dispatch after plane crash


By KSLHeather at 07/27/2017 7:43 am         
Dozens of people witnessed a small plane crash on I-15 which killed four Utahns early yesterday afternoon. And many others saw the smoke and flames at Riverdale Road exit of Ogden.

Unaffiliated voters received a ballot they can't send in


By KSLHeather at 07/27/2017 7:27 am         
The Utah County Clerk's office says Republican primary ballots were accidentally mailed to the wrong voters.

US House passes home security funds measure


By kslmrichards at 07/27/2017 6:48 am         
Utah Representative Mia Love proposed using public money for home security measures or upgrades after receiving threats.

Salt Lake City assessing flood damage costs


By kslmrichards at 07/27/2017 6:46 am         
The Public Utilities department calls Wednesday morning's storm a "200 year event."

Experts worried about the financial "hole" the Outdoor Retailer show will leave in Utah


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 07/26/2017 10:25 pm         
The Outdoor Retailer show is in full swing for one more weekend before they pack up and relocate to Denver, Colorado. As some Utahns enjoy the OR’s final days in our state, others are scrambling to find new conventions to fill the gap this show will leave. Picture: Kelsey Brunner, Deseret News

Sally Jewell blasts monument review at Outdoor Retailer


By DaveCawley at 07/26/2017 7:34 pm         
Former Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell broke her silence about a Trump Administration review of national monuments while speaking at the Outdoor Retailer trade show in Salt Lake City. Jewell defended the creation of Utah's Bears Ears National Monument in the waning days of the Obama Administration and urged outdoor gear companies to fight for public lands. Image credit: Laura Seitz, Deseret News

Leaders vow difference, change over homeless "lawlessness."


By KSLMarc at 07/26/2017 5:56 pm         
Lawmakers, law enforcement, elected leaders and service providers say they're getting serious about what they described as an atmosphere of lawlessness around Salt Lake City's homeless shelters. They say criminals preying on the population is making a bad problem worse. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

Police find dead body in Pioneer Park


By KSLHeather at 07/26/2017 11:26 am         
A second homicide in as many days in the same area of downtown Salt Lake City.

Cleanup after major flooding around Salt Lake City


By kslmrichards at 07/26/2017 11:11 am         
Flooded basements and streets turned into streams. Residents now have to cleanup after quite the storm overnight in Salt Lake City.

Autistic teen taken down by a sheriff


By KSLHeather at 07/26/2017 10:29 am         
A Duchesne County mother is suing the sheriff's department after her 13-year old autistic son was body slammed by a deputy.