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Man 'miraculously' escapes serious injury after being pinned by excavator

By kslpetersamore at 05/17/2018 10:32 am         
A 47-year-old Tooele man was not seriously injured after he was pinned by a 10,000-pound excavator.

LDS Church and Boy Scouts of America announce split in joint press release

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/08/2018 7:37 pm         
KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily breaks the news with part of the statement and reaction from Great Salt Lake Council President, Bruce Hough.

From refugee camp, to U of U graduate

By kslmrichards at 05/03/2018 7:04 am         
Hodan Abdi was with her family in a refugee camp in Ethiopia five years ago. Next fall, she will be attending medical school.

Utah couple creates company to help save newborns in Uganda

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/02/2018 6:14 pm         
A Utah couple have helped developed a ventilator to save the lives of babies born abroad. Kindall and Erica Palmer say they found out about the need from a couple of doctors who have done some volunteer work in 3rd-world countries. The doctors developed their own kind of c-pap and ventilator when they realized many countries couldn't afford the tech currently on the market.  Kindall Palmer (center), Rob Brown (left) and Dr. Stephen Minton discuss revisions to the NeoLife Ventilator. (Erica Palmer)

Hiker hospitalized after Bison attack in Yellowstone

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/02/2018 5:43 pm         
Wildlife experts are prompting extra caution this spring after a bison attacked a hiker near the Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park. (AP Photo/Matt Brown)

Ogden seeks BRT service between busy parts of town

By EricButlerKSL at 05/02/2018 6:48 am         
The city of Ogden already has a bus line that runs between downtown and the Weber State part of town, but officials are hoping for a faster Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line. The city is looking at what kind of development opportunities can be created along the corridor for the proposed BRT route.

Legislator plans town hall for "walkout" students

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/01/2018 9:21 pm         
A state lawmaker is asking high school and junior high students who participated in a walk out to come air their concerns in a town hall meeting at the Bountiful High School. Photo: Jeffrey Allred

Davis County Farmer wins protection for one of several plots of land threatened by land easements

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/01/2018 6:30 pm         
Alan Bangerter's family has been working plots of land in Davis County for the last four generations. When Bangerter learned that land would be eaten up by at least two different public project he decided to fight.

As Obesity In US Grows, Another Study Shows Healthy Eating and Exercise Can Add Years To Life

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 04/30/2018 8:10 pm         
Two things always make the list when research teams or health departments search for the keys to a longer life: healthy diet and exercise. A recent study, published Monday in the medical journal Circulation, is no exception. Adobe Stock Photo

Proposed Tax Hike In Salt Lake City Would Be Used For Housing, Streets And Law Enforcement

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 04/30/2018 7:12 pm         
Salt Lake City's Mayor wants a few more million dollars to make changes in the city. In fact she wants about 25 million dollars- and hopes to get it through a sales tax hike. KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily has the details. Picture: Ravell Call, Deseret News