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'Living inside a painting': Zion National Park through the eyes of artists

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 9:00pm

Among the millions of visitors to Zion National Park every year, there are four artists-in-residence, who capture the park in their work as it changes from day to day and season to season.

National group's ad calls gun exceptions in .05 percent DUI legislation hypocritical

McKenzie Romero, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 8:28pm

A national organization opposing Utah's .05 percent blood alcohol DUI limit has Rep. Norm Thurston in its sights for a bill that carves out self-defense exceptions for laws against using a firearm while intoxicated.

Snowstorm pounds Utah causing skiers to rejoice, chaos on roads

Katie McKellar, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 8:03pm

Amid an unusually warm and dry Utah winter, a snowstorm pounded the Wasatch Front on Monday causing chaos on the roads and rejoicing at the ski resorts.

Utah measure pushes back on ruling that boosted police power

Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 7:01pm

A Utah lawmaker is proposing to limit the effects of a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that bolstered police power to use evidence even if officers did something wrong to get it.

Safety inspections gone, but cars must still be safe, UHP warns

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 6:28pm

The Utah Highway Patrol wants to remind the public that while safety inspections are no longer required in Utah, drivers are still required to have a safe vehicle.

Snowstorm triggers powder day frenzy, hampers commute

Sean Moody, KSL TV  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 5:47pm

As skiers and snowboarders rushed to the canyons to take advantage of the snowy conditions, the weather made things difficult on the roads.

UTA program helps officers ID riders with 'invisible disabilities'

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 3:08pm

The Utah Transit Authority has implemented a program to train all of its transit police officers to recognize “invisible disabilities” such as autism that often influences the behavior of individuals who use mass transportation.

Names released in connection with fatal Evanston plane crash

Linda Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 2:12pm

Law enforcement officials on released the names of two people they believe died in a plane crash near Evanston, Wyoming Sunday.

Legislature: Animal-tethering bill stalls, vehicle-registration bill finds support

KSL.com  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 1:21pm

A bill that would do away with the requirement that motorists have vehicle registration in the car found new support, and opposition stalled a measure making it a crime to leave animals tethered.

Animal-tethering bill stalls in Utah Senate committee

Preston Cathcart, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 12:47pm

Senate Minority Leader Gene Davis, D-Salt Lake City, was frustrated Friday after his bill making it a crime to leave an animal tethered outside without adequate shelter was held by a legislative committee.

United Utah Party announces slate of Utah County candidates

Preston Cathcart, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 12:42pm

The fledgling United Utah Party announced four candidates for three legislative races and one commissioner seat Wednesday.

Utah Senate looks forward to Sen. Okerlund's healthy return

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 12:39pm

The day after announcing changes to Senate leadership while Sen. Ralph Okerlund undergoes evaluation for heart and kidney transplant surgery, Senate leaders said Friday they view the shifts as temporary and look forward to Okerlund's healthy return.

Utah lawmaker brings back bill to end auto registration requirements

Preston Cathcart, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 11:44am

The third time was a charm for Rep. Christine Watkins, R-Price, who found support from a House committee on her proposal to repeal the requirement that motorists have vehicle registration in the car.

How to properly dispose of a US flag you can't use anymore

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 10:00am

Since a lot of people fly an American flag on Presidents Day, here are some helpful tips for how to dispose of a U.S. flag, as well as some common misconceptions about displaying and using the flag.

Police: Man and woman rob West Jordan restaurant

Linda Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted   Feb 19th - 9:56am

Police are investigating an armed robbery at a Wingstop restaurant in West Jordan Sunday night.

Utahns could see biggest storm of the season overnight and into Monday

Jacob Klopfenstein  |  Posted   Feb 18th - 11:09pm

A winter storm will move through Utah from Sunday, lasting into either Monday or Tuesday in some areas, and it could be the biggest storm of the season.

Army recruiter among 6 arrested in soliciting a minor sting

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 18th - 10:34pm

A U.S. Army recruiter in Cedar City was among six men arrested during a multi-agency operation to battle child sex crimes that wrapped up Sunday, Parowan police reported Sunday night.

Salt Lake lawmaker urges restorative justice to better manage school discipline

Marjorie Cortez, KSL  |  Posted   Feb 18th - 8:43pm

A House resolution that urges the state's school system to implement restorative justice programs to better address student discipline was endorsed Friday by the House Education Committee. The bill moves to the full House for further consideration.

30-year-old Utah man killed by avalanche in Wyoming 'pseudo brother, son' to Orem family

Marjorie Cortez  |  Posted   Feb 18th - 7:59pm

Alex Marra, who died in an avalanche near Jackson Hole Mountain Resort Saturday, was a lifelong friend to an Orem family who considered him a "pseudo son" and "pseudo brother."

2 Utahns behind Pyeongchang Olympic ice sheets

Alex Cabrero, KSL TV  |  Posted   Feb 18th - 5:21pm

Shane Truskolaski and Dan Berry work at the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns, and were invited to South Korea to help make world-class ice for the Winter Games.