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Storm floods Salt Lake City

By kslmrichards at 07/26/2017 8:42 am         
One of the worst areas was near Smith's Ballpark

We're in the money.... maybe

By KSLHeather at 07/26/2017 7:00 am         
A healthy economy could mean a 130-million dollar surplus for Utah. But, not after the bills are paid.

Hughes ready for homeless meeting

By kslcleon at 07/25/2017 6:05 pm         
Utah's Speaker of the House Greg Hughes says the homeless problem in Salt Lake can only be solved with a plan. He's ready to present his plan tomorrow to the state leaders and he says they need to get it right now. (Photo: Jeff Allred/Deseret News)

First battle launched in war on homelessness

By KSLHeather at 07/25/2017 10:19 am         
Salt Lake City may not have a homeless Czar yet; but, it's got a war room.

Teen faces charges in store vandalism

By KSLHeather at 07/25/2017 10:13 am         
Several businesses are cleaning up after police say a teenager went on a destructive rampage in West Jordan this morning. The teen is under arrest at a local hospital getting treatment.

St George house for sale flooded by vandals

By kslmrichards at 07/25/2017 6:23 am         
A vacant home on the market is now heavily damaged by water. The homeowners say someone dragged in hoses and turned on every faucet.

Hatch urges Senate to debate healthcare

By kslmrichards at 07/25/2017 6:22 am         
Utah's senior senator says it's time to allow floor debate on repealing Obamacare.

Parade watchers sleep overnight for best "Days of 47" spot

By kslpetersamore at 07/24/2017 8:57 am         
Utahns from all over have gathered to celebrate the 1847 arrival of the LDS Church pioneers in the Salt Lake Valley.

Gang involved in shootout may be involved in crime spree

By PaulNelson at 07/21/2017 6:16 pm         
Investigators in Salt Lake City say a group of teens the opened fore on a man near 900 North Redwood Road may be behind a string of crimes that are growing more violent.

Bountiful Police has fun with people prior to parade

By kslcleon at 07/21/2017 6:12 pm         
The Bountiful Police department decided to engage people along the Handcart Days parade route early this morning and getting others involved through social media. They hope the fun interview will get people to trust officers in the future. (Photo: Scott Winterton/Deseret News)