Faith Heaton Jolley, KSL.com | Posted
Mar 17th - 11:12am
As I walked up to the stage, my heart was absolutely pounding. I smiled and laughed nervously. But mostly, I was trying to remember why I agreed to compete in a world championship where I had no idea what I was doing.
Despite calls from Salt Lake City leaders, residents and some county officials to veto the controversial bill establishing an inland port authority in the city's northwest quadrant, Gov. Gary Herbert on Friday signed the bill.
Following a lifetime of preparation and four years of scrupulous training, Douglas Chan had finally opened the letter informing him where he would have an opportunity to begin his career in psychiatry.
Heather Simonsen, KSL TV | Posted
Mar 16th - 7:00pm
The future of treating high-risk cancer is here. The first gene therapy approved in the U.S. is now healing patients in Utah. Scientists genetically modify a patient's own immune cells to target and kill the cancer. It's revolutionizing medicine.
Tevin Evans and Maryssa Estrada had been home for less than ten minutes - the tragic death of their 2-month-old son still very fresh on their minds - when a West Valley police officer knocked on the door.
Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 4:44pm
So-called free-range parenting will soon be the law of the land in Utah after the governor signed what appears to be the country's first measure to formally legalize allowing kids to do things on their own to foster self-sufficiency.
Brady McCombs, Associated Press | Posted
Mar 16th - 3:32pm
A Utah contractor with ties to a polygamous group must pay $200,000 in back wages to children who were forced to pick pecans for long hours in the cold without pay, after a U.S. appeals court upheld a ruling on this week.