West Bountiful man sent to prison for raping teen at Halloween party
A West Bountiful man who got four teenagers drunk at a Halloween party at his house, then violently and repeatedly sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl, was sentenced to prison Monday.
Katie McKellar | Posted Jun 27th - 8:48pm
The Salt Lake County Council voted unanimously Tuesday to form a special committee to investigate troubled Recorder Gary Ott's residency
'Open season on all of us': Organization for the disabled blocks State Street to protest health care bill
Ben Lockhart | Posted Jun 27th - 8:24pm
Dozens of protesters blocked a section of State Street in downtown Salt Lake City Tuesday afternoon in a march against Sen. Orrin Hatch’s support of the new proposed health care bill.
Lisa Riley Roche | Posted Jun 27th - 8:16pm
Utah's senators, on opposite sides of the debate over the Senate's health care bill, joined their Republican colleagues at a meeting Tuesday with President Donald Trump after plans were scrapped for a vote this week.
Heather Simonsen | Posted Jun 27th - 7:40pm
For the first time ever, Primary Children's Hospital ranked among the nation's best hospitals in all ten pediatric specialties. U.S. News & World Report released the rankings on Tuesday. Part of those rankings include cardiology and heart surgery.
Pat Reavy | Posted Jun 27th - 7:04pm
Three people were charged Tuesday in connection with a robbery at a Salt Lake Quiznos that resulted in two of the suspects being shot by a store manager.
Ashley Stilson | Posted Jun 27th - 6:33pm
On Tuesday, Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams announced an additional track will be added to the South Salt Lake S-Line Streetcar service that will reduce wait times by 25 percent.
Xoel Cardenas | Posted Jun 27th - 5:58pm
An 18-year-old man accused of assisting in the preparation for, and recording the suicide of, a teenage girl appeared in court Tuesday.
Jasen Lee | Posted Jun 27th - 5:52pm
The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index increased slightly in June, rising by 3.3 points from 111.9 in May to 115.2 in June. The overall index currently registers 3.7 points higher than its level 12 months ago.
Travis Poppleton, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jun 27th - 5:23pm
Everyone knows the best place to see a big summer blockbuster, but where whould you go when you're looking for a smaller, original, independent film? We at the KSL Indie Report have five places in the state of Utah you may want to check out.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Jun 27th - 4:49pm
A trademark battle between the San Diego and Salt Lake Comic Cons has come down to a showdown of court filings as both sides have petitioned a judge to make a decision in the case.
Mary Dalrymple | Posted Jun 27th - 3:49pm
As the Brian Head Fire grew to nearly 50,000 acres this week, several smaller wildfires burned throughout Utah. Browse the photo gallery to see more.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Jun 27th - 2:32pm
A woman who reported in a 911 call that she had "snapped" and shot her partner due to the woman's excessive drinking was ordered to stand trial for murder Tuesday.
Camilla Stimpson | Posted Jun 27th - 1:59pm
Fads are something that have been around throughout history. We often see a cycle of people getting hooked on one thing very intensely for a while before they eventually become bored and forget about it.
Pat Reavy | Posted Jun 27th - 1:45pm
A SWAT team and officers from several agencies responded to a West Valley residence late Monday on a report of a possible shooting and a suspect who was suicidal.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Jun 27th - 1:06pm
The estranged husband of restaurateur John Williams pleaded guilty Tuesday to trapping the prominent Salt Lake man in his home and setting it ablaze, killing him.
Pat Reavy | Posted Jun 27th - 12:16pm
Three Ephraim police officers, or 60 percent of the department, say they will resign effective 8:30 p.m. Wednesday if Chief Ron Rasmussen is reinstated.
Josh Furlong | Posted Jun 27th - 10:47am
The iconic blue PepsiCo branding will get an unprecedented change when the University of Utah switches from Coca Cola to PepsiCo as the official beverage provider for the university this week.
Pat Reavy, Annie Knox | Posted Jun 27th - 9:37am
Some of Utah's Republican elected officials Monday blamed federal land managers and environmental groups for the rapid spread of a Utah wildfire that is currently the nation's largest and has caused an estimated $10 million in damage.
Carter Williams | Posted Jun 26th - 10:36pm
Residents of Upper Bear Valley were evacuated Monday morning as forecasted winds are projected to move the Brian Head Fire toward the area northwest of Panguitch, officials said.
Annie Knox | Posted Jun 26th - 10:25pm
Family members of embattled Salt Lake County Recorder Gary Ott are seeking legal permission to make decisions for him.
- Lawmakers labor to clean up state education code with 90-plus more bills in pipeline
- More than 1,400 sign online petition urging reprieve for charter school for teen moms
- STEM Best Practices Conference attracts hundreds from all over the state
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