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Task force created to find arsonist in Davis County

By PaulNelson at 08/30/2016 12:58 pm         
Fire agencies and law enforcement units are banding together to try and track down the person responsible for setting fires over the past six months in Farmington and Centerville.

New food bank opens in American Fork

By kslpetersamore at 08/30/2016 12:02 pm         
Fourteen percent of northern Utah County goes hungry, and the “Utah Food Bank’s” newest location hopes to reduce that number.

Utahans are split over spending money to create an open-air arena at the Utah State Fair Park.

By KSLDBrinkerhoff at 08/30/2016 9:20 am         
The Utah Policy poll shows 47% of Utahans support the state spending $10 million to create the stadium.

Offier OK after Main St. crash

By KSLMarc at 08/30/2016 7:53 am         
Salt Lake Police say an officer will be okay, after a car pulled out in front of him on Main Street. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has more.

BYU advisory council on sex assaults ready to release findings

By kslcleon at 08/29/2016 6:44 pm         
The council was formed after some complained about how information on sex assaults was shared throughout the university. Brigham Young University President Keven Worthen promises to eliminate sex assaults across campus. The university is currently under investigation for how it handles sexual assault reports. (Photo: Hans Koepsell/Deseret News)

New rules take effect for commercial drone flights

By DaveCawley at 08/29/2016 6:31 pm         
Long-awaited FAA rules governing commercial use of drones are now in place. Operators do not need a pilot's license, but they must meet other criteria. KSL's Dave Cawley spoke with the FAA about the issue and shared what it means for Utah neighborhoods.

Improving relations between police and community groups

By PaulNelson at 08/29/2016 6:29 pm         
Law enforcement agencies from all over the state met with community advocates to discuss how riots that have happened in other cities could be prevented in Utah.

FBI offers $50 thousand for information on Lyle Jeffs' location

By PaulNelson at 08/29/2016 1:55 pm         
Federal investigators believe there is a rift between Lyle Jeffs and his brother, FLDS Church leader Warren Jeffs. They hope anyone who recognizes him, or may know where he is, will give them a call.

Layton drivers coping with ThrU-turns

By kslpetersamore at 08/29/2016 12:36 pm         
UDOT and Layton’s mayor say, trust them, you’ll love the new thru-turns near the Layton Hills Mall. They're designed to improve traffic speeds.

Black Hawk helicopters join front lines in growing Box Canyon fire

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 08/29/2016 12:09 pm         
The Forest Service is tripling their air attack as they try to get a handle on the massive box canyon fire. Picture: National Forest Service