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Rep. Mia Love hosts poverty round table


By smith.cassie at 06/27/2016 2:20 pm         
Rep. Mia Love hosts poverty round table with Rep. Emanuel Cleaver, a Democrat from Missouri. Before the event, Love and Cleaver preview it with Doug Wright.

Utah reaction from both sides after Supreme Court rules to uphold Maine gun law


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 06/27/2016 12:39 pm         
Reaction to the Supreme Court ruling is coming in hot from both sides of the Utah gun debate. KSL newsradio’s Brianna Bodily has the story.

Alicia Englert back in court


By kslmrichards at 06/27/2016 11:11 am         
Yet more testing for the Kearns woman charged with attempted murder for putting her newborn baby girl into a neighbor's trash can in 2014. NOTE: Utah's Safe Haven law allows anyone to anonymously and safely leave a newborn at a hospital within 72 hours with no questions asked.

1-year-old Riverton boy left in car for hours, expected to survive


By kslmrichards at 06/27/2016 6:41 am         
A 1-year-old boy has been upgraded from critical condition and is expected to survive after police say he was left in a hot car for more than two hours Sunday.

Arches Health Plan shutdown leaves $33 million in unpaid claims


By kslmrichards at 06/27/2016 6:40 am         
Officials with the Utah Department of Insurance say they are doing the best they can. (File photo) read more: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865656921/Arches-shutdown-leaves-33-million-in-unpaid-claims.html

Already more votes in this year's primary election compared to 2014


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 06/27/2016 6:37 am         
Tomorrow's primary election has already generated a better turnout than two years ago. KSL Newsradio's Brianna Bodily has the story. Pic: Jeffrey Allred, Deseret News

Park City compoany, Skullcandy, sold for 177 million


By BriannaBodilyKSL at 06/27/2016 6:35 am         
The Park City company Skullcandy is changing hands, after a bigger California tech company swooped in for a buy this weekend.

Holladay mother thanks UTA Police for finding her son


By PaulNelson at 06/24/2016 4:31 pm         
One woman is heaping praise on two UTA officers for finding and befriending her son after he jumped onto a Trax train without her. Officers say they're trained to approach children and people with special needs to not scare them away. (Photo Credit: UTA tweet)

Doug Talking with Shane Stewart on BREXIT


By eopenshaw at 06/24/2016 1:59 pm         
#Brexit #dougwright

Former Brit living in Utah weighs in on Brexit


By kslmrichards at 06/24/2016 11:46 am         
While some said they really aren't political and didn't want to talk about it, one woman born in Sussex talked about her surprise over the vote to leave the EU.