What to do if you’re caught in an avalanche
With 2019 being well above average in terms of snowfall, avalanche danger has increased causing a number of fatal accidents for snowmobilers and skiers alike. Here are some ways to protect yourself in the event of an avalanche.
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Nearly a year in space put astronaut Scott Kelly's immune system on high alert and changed the activity of some of his genes compared to his Earth-bound identical twin, researchers said Friday.
Tad Walch, Deseret News | Posted Feb 17th - 8:30am
An unofficial coalition of churches is filling a gap for immigrants released by Homeland Security in Arizona with no place to stay and no means to reunite with their families.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Feb 17th - 8:09am
Rep. Chris Stewart wants to combat what he sees as a rise in socialism in the United States.
Go Go Pair | Posted Feb 17th - 7:35am
With such a variety of childcare options on the market and ranges in flexibility and cost, it can be difficult to know which option will work best for your family.
Allie Malloy, CNN | Posted Feb 17th - 7:30am
Vice President Mike Pence called on European allies to abandon the Iran nuclear deal while speaking at the Munich Security Conference, shortly after German Chancellor Angela Merkel defended Germany's decision to stand by the deal.
The Associated Press | Posted Feb 16th - 10:42pm
A former Weber County court clerk has reached a settlement to end a sexual harassment lawsuit against a former judge who wrote a love poem to her.
Josh Furlong, KSL.com | Posted Feb 16th - 10:29pm
Utah found itself in the bonus four minutes into the second half, but struggled to make their free throws as Arizona State outpaced the Utes to claim a 98-87 win, snapping a three-game winning streak for the Utes.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Feb 16th - 10:08pm
The Wasps piled up 217 points on the team leaderboard, rolling to their third-straight 3A state title under head coach Joel Holman.
Sean Walker | Posted Feb 16th - 9:46pm
Tyson Carter was the Lions’ only state champion Saturday night. But Payson celebrated as a team on top of the podium thanks to five runners-up and four wrestlers who lost in the semifinals earlier Saturday morning to win.
Lauren Bennett and Alex Cabrero, KSL | Posted Feb 16th - 9:12pm
Three neighbors rescued a mother of four from a home explosion.
Mike Stobbe, Associated Press | Posted Feb 16th - 8:24pm
The flu vaccine is doing a relatively good job this season, protecting about half the people who got it, U.S. health officials said Thursday.
KSL.com | Posted Feb 16th - 7:51pm
Two small earthquakes measuring 2.2 and 3.3 shook different parts of Utah on Saturday, according to the University of Utah Seismograph Station.
Seth Borenstein, Associated Press | Posted Feb 16th - 7:47pm
An internal team at the Census Bureau found that basic personal information collected from more than 100 million Americans during the 2010 head count could be reconstructed from obscured data, but with lots of mistakes, a top agency official disclosed Saturday.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Posted Feb 16th - 7:12pm
It looks like lawmakers will wait until next session to take on Proposition 4, the Better Boundaries ballot initiative passed by voters last November that creates an independent redistricting commission.
Jasen Lee, KSL | Posted Feb 16th - 6:36pm
Online commerce has been a boon to small businesses in rural areas nationwide. With high-speed internet, and FedEx and UPS readily available, small-town entrepreneurs can reach a global customer base, says Sarah Calhoun, owner of Red Ants Pants.
Lauren Bennett, KSL | Posted Feb 16th - 6:10pm
A cougar was caught and tranquilized Saturday in a Riverton neighborhood, a day after several sightings were reported to police.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Feb 16th - 5:24pm
The Bees officially brought back former Major League catcher Lou Marson to the clubhouse in Salt Lake City, naming him the 11th manager in team history Saturday morning in conjunction with the Los Angeles Angels.
Lauren Bennett, KSL | Posted Feb 16th - 5:14pm
An apartment building is a total loss after it exploded Saturday then caught fire, causing an estimated $1 million in damage but no injuries, according to officials.
Martha Ostergar, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 16th - 4:42pm
Sometimes the best internet videos are 10-second unwitting physics experiments.
Don Babwin and Caryn Rousseau, Associated Press | Posted Feb 16th - 4:09pm
The man who opened fire and killed five co-workers including the plant manager, human resources manager and an intern working his first day at a suburban Chicago manufacturing warehouse, took a gun he wasn't supposed to have to a job he was about to lose.
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