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U-111 remains closed following wind storm

08/06/2013 7:30am
U-111 remains closed from 8200 South to 10600 South after powerful winds snapped power poles Monday.

Local DIY projects highlighted at 'Craft Lake City'

08/06/2013 10:11am
Pinterest and Etsy have increased a growing trend of making, fixing and crafting things from scratch. The do-it-yourself frenzy has grown to an all-time high, and the annual "Craft Lake City" festival is offering two days of instructions and ideas.

5 haunting, beautiful abandoned places

08/06/2013 10:39am
In the movies, the end of civilization is much less beautiful. In real life, these long-abandoned places have an ethereal, haunting beauty that just might make you pine for the end of the world.

LDS missionaries show hidden b-ball skills in awesome video

08/06/2013 11:40am
Anyone can play basketball, even those you might not expect on first sight. Even, for instance, two missionaries for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who show no outward signs of having any skills. Then the dunks start happening.

Man arrested after $10K extortion attempt fails

08/06/2013 11:56am
A man who allegedly tried to extort another man for $10,000 was arrested after it turned out his potential victim really didn't have any secrets to hide.

5 games that will make or break BYU's season

08/06/2013 12:48pm
BYU's 2013 schedule is likely the toughest in school history and here are the five games that will either make it a huge success or a crushing disappointment.

Stolen dinosaur statue returned

08/06/2013 2:33pm
A popular velociraptor statute in Salt Lake City's 9th and 9th neighborhood that disappeared over the weekend, reappeared Tuesday as suddenly as it went missing.

New president named for KSL Broadcast Group

08/06/2013 3:53pm
KSL Broadcast Group, which includes both KSL TV and KSL NewsRadio, now has a new president.

Officers must consider safety of fleeing suspects, court says

08/06/2013 4:22pm
The state's high court has determined that a Cache County family can continue to pursue a lawsuit against a Weber County sheriff's deputy who was pursuing their son before he died in a rollover crash.

Train derailment causes FrontRunner delays

08/06/2013 4:50pm
A train derailment caused delays for FrontRunner in Davis County Tuesday morning.

Man arrested after allegedly operating 'bar' out of garage

08/06/2013 5:45pm
A Sandy man is accused of running a bar out of his garage, welcoming in patrons far away from neighborhood boundaries.

New Draper TRAX line to open ahead of schedule

08/06/2013 6:04pm
The Draper TRAX line will open in mid-August, completing a five year system-wide expansion two years ahead of schedule. KSL was able to take an early ride on the new line before it opens for passengers August 17th.

Man booked on felony stalking charges

08/06/2013 7:14pm
A man is facing felony charges after his estranged wife allegedly found out he still had remote access to security cameras inside her home.

5 in custody after witness sees robbery, calls police

08/06/2013 7:15pm
Police have a witness to thank for leading them to a suspected bank robber.

Female students finding success at Utah Job Corps centers

08/06/2013 7:47pm
A locally run, federal training program is reaching out to young women in an effort to help them find career success and self- fulfillment. Utah's two Job Corps centers announced a campaign to recruit a record number of new female students.

Swallow 'blown away' by Utah House investigation

08/06/2013 8:08pm
As a Utah House special investigative committee holds its first meeting Tuesday, the subject of its probe, Attorney General John Swallow, says he wonders how things got to this point.

Herriman mayor resigns, citing new time constraints

08/06/2013 8:24pm
Herriman Mayor Joshua E. Mills will resign from his post Aug. 10 due to new time constraints that have limited the time he can spend attending to his mayoral duties.

Haitian orphanage brings Utah families together

08/06/2013 8:56pm
Adopting children from Haiti is a lengthy process for families throughout the U.S. and requires patience, perseverance and a lot of support. Recently, Haitian children and their adoptive families in Utah got together for a reunion.

Family in 'agony' over missing Tooele woman

08/06/2013 9:15pm
The search continued Tuesday for a Tooele woman who has been missing for a week.

Teen reported missing after not being seen for 2 years

08/06/2013 9:36pm
An investigation is underway to find a 15-year-old girl who has been missing for nearly two years, but her disappearance has only just now been reported.

Jordan School Board calls for public vote for $495M bond

08/06/2013 10:14pm
Faced with crowded and aging facilities, the Jordan School Board on Tuesday gave unanimous approval to a bond resolution that would raise $495 million for new schools and renovations.

Friday announced as last day of furlough for civilian workers

08/06/2013 10:54pm
New information released from the Department of Defense Tuesday announced next Friday could be the final day of the furlough for civilian workers. The mandatory, unpaid furlough days have been reduced from 11 to six days.