San Juan schools canceled, Washington County schools delayed due to snow
School in San Juan County is canceled, and schools in Washington County are on a delay because of severe winter weather.
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Don Babwin, Associated Press | Posted Feb 21st - 8:14am
"Empire" actor Jussie Smollett turned himself in early Thursday to face accusations that he filed a false police report when he told authorities he was attacked in Chicago by two men who hurled racist and anti-gay slurs and looped a rope around his neck, police said.
Emily Ashcraft, KSL | Posted Feb 21st - 8:01am
The House Revenue and Taxation Standing Committee voted 6-4 on Wednesday to hold a bill that would remove the sales tax on adult and baby diapers, as well as feminine hygiene products.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Feb 21st - 7:38am
The fire that destroyed a popular Provo Mexican restaurant last week started when towels in a basement sink spontaneously ignited, fire officials said Wednesday.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Feb 21st - 7:19am
Hundreds gathered at the state Capitol for the 11th annual Rally for Recovery, meant as a celebration for those who are overcoming their addictions or depression.
Emily Ashcraft, KSL | Posted Feb 21st - 7:00am
After hearing personal testimony on both sides of the issue, the House Judiciary Committee voted 7-5 to pass a bill that would amend abortion law to prohibit abortions after 18 weeks.
Josh Furlong, KSL.com | Posted Feb 20th - 11:02pm
Scoring came at a premium for the Utah Utes in a 62-45 blowout loss to the Washington Huskies Wednesday.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Feb 20th - 10:25pm
A West Point welder originally faced up to life in prison for shooting and killing a man who had slashed his face with a razor during a night of drinking in 2017. Now he will serve just five years at most.
Xoel Cardenas, KSL.com | Posted Feb 20th - 9:49pm
A bill is expected to be unveiled on Thursday that is aimed at banning gay conversion therapy for minors in Utah.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Feb 20th - 9:36pm
Police say a man who was arrested on Monday in connection with the death of a Millcreek man had a "metal object in his hands," and told someone nearby that he had killed a person, according to a jail report.
Caitlin Burchill, KSL TV | Posted Feb 20th - 9:11pm
Not that the University of Utah needs another reason to be competitive with BYU, but according to a report in this week’s The Daily Utah Chronicle the state is “Getting the Best Price for the U.”
Jacqueline Howard and Michael Nedelman, CNN | Posted Feb 20th - 8:39pm
The risk of having a heart attack appears to be rising among young women, according to a new study, and researchers are trying to figure out why.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Feb 20th - 8:07pm
Last week, the Ingles publicly announced their son, Jacob, had been diagnosed with autism. It wasn't a search for sympathy, empathy or anything else. They did it so they could help other families in similar situations.
Jasen Lee, KSL | Posted Feb 20th - 7:34pm
Travelers at the new Salt Lake City International Airport will find a host of new and familiar dining options when the project opens late next year. Officials announced the food and beverage purveyors for phase one of the $3.6 billion project.
Lauren Bennett, KSL | Posted Feb 20th - 7:00pm
Intermountain Healthcare announced Tuesday it cut opioid prescriptions by 30 percent in 2018, 10 percent short the goal it set in 2017.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Feb 20th - 6:41pm
Even though the Academy has walked back some previously proposed changes, there are still a few things that will be different this year, for better or worse.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Feb 20th - 5:48pm
A man who police say got too rough with an opposing player during an adult rec league soccer match in Sandy is now facing a felony charge.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Feb 20th - 5:15pm
Sandy City's public utilities director has been placed on administrative leave following a debacle over contamination of the city’s water supply.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Feb 20th - 5:14pm
A man who allegedly attacked three Hispanic men at Salt Lake tire store because they are from Mexico faces federal hate crime charges.
Marjorie Cortez, KSL | Posted Feb 20th - 4:40pm
The Utah Senate passed the latest version of SB102 Wednesday, which would overhaul the process the Utah Legislature uses to appropriate funding for buildings on state college, university and technical college campuses.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Feb 20th - 4:09pm
Salt Lake police have completed their investigation into an alleged hate crime involving a man who was allegedly hit by another man after he stated he was gay.
- Utah city experiences 2 more small earthquakes
- Provo restaurant blaze caused by spontaneously igniting towels, fire officials say
- Former Utah vice squad lieutenant arrested in prostitution sting
- San Juan schools canceled, Washington County schools delayed due to snow
- Utah man charged with felony crime for violent foul during soccer game
- Judge eases conviction for man who shot, killed another at party
- Winter storm to hit all of Utah with snow
- US: Alabama woman who joined Islamic State is not a citizen
- Committee halts bill to decrease sales tax on diapers and feminine hygiene products
- Salt Lake City announces new food options for revamped airport
- Utah goes on 15-minute scoring drought to drop road game to Washington
- 6A girls basketball: Bingham slams door on Taylorsville semifinal bid with 63-39 win
- 6A girls basketball: Top-ranked Fremont responds to pressure with 56-39 quarterfinal win over Herriman
- BYU basketball looks to extend 5-game win streak, all-but wrap up No. 2 seed against USF