Mapleton father, mother conspired to kill family, report concludes
On Wednesday, after six months of investigation, Mapleton police released a final 55-page report of a startling murder-suicide, concluding that the parents conspired to kill their family.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 9:45pm
The Utah Transit Authority board has voted to terminate President and CEO Jerry Benson because new legislation eliminates his position.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 9:38pm
Police are investigating an infant death that took place on Wednesday as a possible homicide, officials said.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 9:12pm
Parole hearing for man convicted of raping one young girl, attempting to kidnap a second.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 8:26pm
A 32-year-old man has died following an officer-involved shooting Wednesday afternoon, police said.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 8:05pm
Students at Payson High School had an experience earlier this month that not many high-schoolers get: A rock concert in the middle of the school day.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 7:32pm
If your pocketbook feels a little lighter this month, blame the gas prices.
Ben Lockhart, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 7:03pm
Health authorities issued a hepatitis A exposure warning Wednesday to anyone who may have eaten any of approximately 600 products sold by Edible Arrangements in Murray between March 21 and April 13.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 7:00pm
Utah lawmakers one-upped Gov. Gary Herbert on Wednesday in the ongoing power struggle between the state's legislative and executive branches.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 6:30pm
Republicans want the entire 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to review a three-judge panel's decision last month upholding Utah's controversial election law that gives candidates an alternative path to the primary election ballot.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 6:15pm
Two workers who were critically injured in a lightning strike Tuesday are now in stable condition and are expected to recover, according to a company spokesman.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 6:01pm
Utah State University officials announced shake-ups in its Title IX office Wednesday, less than two weeks after a scathing report dinged the university’s piano program for how it handled sexual misconduct claims.
The Associated Press | Posted Apr 18th - 5:45pm
A 38-year-old Utah man convicted of sexually abusing five young girls will spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 4:43pm
An unruly passenger who refused to get off a Greyhound bus was arrested after he attempted to grab an officer's gun multiple times and swallowed a prong from a Taser used to try and subdue him, police say.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 4:43pm
The owner of a South Salt Lake auto repair shop has been charged with selling guns and drugs out of his business.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 4:12pm
A state review of Plymouth, Box Elder County, that was conducted at the request of town officials found several procedural weaknesses, including lack of written fiscal policies and failure to post public meeting notices according to state law.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Apr 18th - 3:05pm
The American Lung Association handed out failing grades to multiple Utah counties for pollution in its latest State of the Air report. It noted the country's ozone levels overall had worsened "significantly" since its last report in most areas.
Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Apr 18th - 2:02pm
Cory Reese, of Hurricane, is no stranger to trekking 100 miles. From road races to solo runs on the trail to high school track, Reese has covered just about every surface. So why not try running on water —with a little help from a cruise ship.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 1:22pm
A man died after falling off a ridge in Garfield County while en route to shoot a flaming arrow at a heart shape on the ground for his wife's birthday festivities, officials said.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Apr 18th - 11:56am
State historians hosted a tour of the Coalville Ledge Tuesday to other state and local officials, showcasing art that has been on the rocks for thousands of years and had gone unnoticed.
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