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Redwood Road reopened after crash between car and TRAX train

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 3:27pm

Both directions of Redwood Road have reopened and a TRAX bus bridge was set up for nearly an hour after a crash between a TRAX train and a vehicle Monday afternoon, officials said.

2 injured after car collides with bus, home in WVC

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 2:40pm

One person was transported to a hospital after the car they were driving collided with a Utah Transit Authority bus before crashing into a home Monday morning, police said.

Hatch slams Democrats for 'character assassination' of Kavanaugh

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted Sep 24th - 2:03pm

Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, slammed Democrats Monday for "partisan games and transparent attempts at character assassination" against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

What hip, new app are the kids using these days? TikTok

Carrie Rogers-whitehead, Contributor  |  Posted Sep 24th - 1:41pm

Have you heard of TikTok? If not, your teens probably have. Since early 2018, the music app has exploded worldwide and now has more users than Reddit, Twitter, Skype, Snapchat and LinkedIn.

Latest Love commercial notes McAdams' ties to Clintons

Lisa Riley Roche, KSL  |  Posted Sep 24th - 12:15pm

The latest TV commercial from Rep. Mia Love features a narrator who sounds like former Pres. Bill Clinton thanking her rival, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams.

Panguitch Lake closed after harmful algal bloom detected

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 11:47am

Health officials closed Panguitch Lake Monday after finding “extremely high” toxin levels from an algal bloom in the water.

Fire updates: Pole Creek, Bald Mountain fires burn over 120K acres

Liesl Nielsen,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 11:30am

The Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires in Utah County have burned over 120,000 acres, though neither blaze grew over the weekend, officials said.

14-year-old boy riding in car killed by bullet fired by target shooters, authorities say

Carter Williams,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 11:18am

A 14-year-old boy died after he was a struck by a bullet fired by a family target shooting Sunday afternoon, authorities said.

Partially paralyzed Utah barrel racer's story to hit Netflix

Kevin Opsahl - The Herald Journal  |  Posted Sep 24th - 8:21am

Not everyone can say they've been a stunt double in a feature film. But that's exactly what Utah State University alumna Amberley Snyder, partially paralyzed professional barrel racer, is able to say

ICYMI: 10 stories from the weekend

Sean Walker, and Yvette Cruz,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 7:38am

Here are 10 stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.

Interior Secretary Zinke visits Zion National Park to look at $65M in maintenance needs

Linda Williams,  |  Posted Sep 24th - 7:21am

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will visit Utah Monday to tour Zion National Park, which has a backlog of $65 million in maintenance needs.

Utah takes more steps to tether parole, probation lengths to offenders' progress

Annie Knox, KSL  |  Posted Sep 24th - 6:43am

Utah has set new standards for how long offenders should remain on probation and parole, giving them a chance to cut down their supervision time if they meet certain benchmarks.

SUU president embarks on 170-mile 'Grand to Grand' run for campus child care center

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 8:24pm

On Sunday, Southern Utah University President Scott L. Wyatt embarked on a 170-mile, seven-day run through the Grand Canyon and culminates at the summit of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.

Semitruck on fire forced closure of WB I-80 ramp at I-15 junction

Yvette Cruz,  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 8:13pm

Officials closed the westbound I-80 ramp at the I-15 junction for some time Sunday evening after a semitruck caught on fire.

Wildfires cause devastating losses to livestock in Spanish Fork

Ashton Goodell, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 7:49pm

Cattle ranchers in Spanish Fork suffered devastating losses to their livestock after the Pole Creek Fire swept through Sweat Creek Canyon. The fire killed more than 50 cows and calves, most of the animals died due to smoke inhalation while some burned where they stood.

Downtown soup kitchen getting $1.5 million remodel, new work training program

Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 7:12pm

Thanks to about $1.5 million in donations, Catholic Community Services is planning to renovate its soup kitchen across the street from the downtown shelter — and also launch a new training program to help the homeless find jobs in food service.

Archaeologists digging to unearth stories of military soldiers at Fort Douglas

Wendy Leonard, KSL  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 5:27pm

Archaeologists at the University of Utah's Fort Douglas are "geeking out" over an accidental unearthing of historical significance.

Utah woman receives award from United Nations for work with refugee women

Ashley Kewish, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 2:08pm

Samira Harnish is specifically helping refugee women. About half of the refugees in Utah are women and young girls, who often times are looking for work outside the home for the first time in their lives.

Inauguration symposium explores future of America's public universities

Art Raymond, KSL  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 11:47am

A U. symposium Thursday brought experts from around the country together to weigh-in on the future of America's public universities. The event was part of a slate of activities planned to celebrate the upcoming inauguration of President Ruth Watkins.

Draper Santa visits with kids 'one more time' after leukemia diagnosis

Ray Boone, KSL TV  |  Posted Sep 23rd - 10:35am

Memories of Christmases past can help light up the lives of adults each and every December. For Hugh Taylor, forming the foundation of those memories is a job he was born to do.