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Sunday Edition: Committee members talk about Swallow investigation

07/21/2013 9:00am
We take a closer look at the new legislative committee charged with the heavy task of investigating John Swallow. Plus, Utah NAACP president Jeanetta Williams discusses Stand Your Ground Laws, and Catholic Bishop John C. Wester shares his baseball dreams and what the game taught him.

Utahns dress as pioneers, hike into First Encampment Park

07/21/2013 9:47am
Saturday began the festivities for the upcoming Pioneer Day celebration, and included the traditional re-enactment of the trek into the first pioneer encampment.

23 years later, DNA evidence frees imprisoned Wyo. man

07/21/2013 9:58am
Andrew J. Johnson stopped at the court clerk's office in Cheyenne on Friday and picked up an order signed by a district judge dismissing criminal charges against him. He said he intends to have it framed. He paid for it with 23 years of his life.

Wildfire started by lightning spreads to 2.6K acres

07/21/2013 11:45am
Crews are working to contain a 2,600-acre fire in Box Elder County that was caused by lightning Saturday morning.

Cedar City honors native son killed in Ariz. fire

07/21/2013 4:22pm
Firefighters and residents gathered with family and friends in Cedar City, Utah, to honor Joe Thurston, who was among 19 firefighters killed while battling a wildfire in Arizona last month.

Wallet returned to Utah man 44 years later

07/21/2013 5:32pm
A Utah man has his wallet back 44 years after leaving it behind in an apartment in Tooele County.

Woman hospitalized after motorcycle accident in Utah County canyon

07/21/2013 6:59pm
A woman was hospitalized Saturday after driving a motorcycle off the road in Goshen Canyon. Police suspect alcohol or prescription drugs may have been involved.

Shooting outside SLC bar leaves 1 wounded

07/21/2013 7:11pm
Four people were taken by police for questioning following a shooting outside a Salt Lake City bar that left one man injured Sunday morning. One man was arrested.

Road buckles, closing 2 NB lanes on I-15

07/21/2013 8:53pm
Road buckling caused significant delays Sunday evening on I-15. Crews were on scene repairing the damage.

Happy reunion for Air Force couples after tough deployment

07/21/2013 9:05pm
About 120 members of the 729th Air Control Squadron returned to Hill Air Force Base on Sunday after nearly seven months in Afghanistan.

Orem motorcyclist killed after hitting stopped car, police say

07/21/2013 9:08pm
A 27-year-old Orem man died Saturday night after being involved in a high speed motorcycle crash earlier that day.

Activists target Utah's 'agricultural-gag' law

07/21/2013 9:23pm
Animal-welfare activists are preparing to fight a Utah law that prohibits undercover filming at farm operations.

Voluntary evacuation due to Aspen Springs Fire; 2 others burn

07/21/2013 10:18pm
A small wildfire is burning east of the Spring City, according to officials.

Utah woman was pioneer in WWII plane design

07/21/2013 10:26pm
At the start of World War II, the U.S. military enlisted thousands of men. That left America's industries with gaping holes and the need for women to take on those responsibilities.

Pres. Uchtdorf talks with KSL about pioneer legacy

07/21/2013 10:47pm
Leading up to Pioneer Day there are the fireworks, rodeos, and of course, the largest parade in the state. But July 24th in Utah is more than all that. It commemorates the arrival of Mormon settlers to the Salt Lake Valley in 1847.