Washington Terrace officials still assessing damage from tornado
By PaulNelson at 09/27/2016 6:25 pm
Hundred of people have been helping clear away the debris from the tornado that touched down. But, city leaders say it could be a while before they know exactly how much damage was done.
Questions arise over Salt Lake County Recorder's office
By PaulNelson at 09/27/2016 6:21 pm
Details of a new audit are being released that say Gary Ott is not involved in the day-to-day management operations within his office. (Photo credit: Scott G Winterton)
BLM renames trailhead at Negro Bill Canyon near Moab
By DaveCawley at 09/27/2016 6:13 pm
The Bureau of Land Management has used a planned refresh of signs along U.S. Highway 128 near Moab to rename the trailhead at Negro Bill Canyon. The shift refocuses the name on the man behind the controversial Negro Bill nickname, William Grandstaff. Photo credit: Michele Johnson, BLM
Yes, Trump used "braggadocious" correctly
By kslcleon at 09/27/2016 6:11 pm
Lots of people on social media were wondering if Donald Trump was speaking English during Monday night's debate. But University of Utah English associate professor Stacey Margolis says he was spot on when he used the word "braggadocious." (Photo: Laura Seitz/Deseret News)
A new study shows youth suicide rates up, pregnancies down
By BriannaBodilyKSL at 09/27/2016 12:48 pm
Child advocates are urging legislative action after a new study shows a spike in child suicides between 2013 and 2014.
Family mourns toddler killed on Hwy 89
By kslpetersamore at 09/27/2016 12:08 pm
A North Salt Lake family is reeling after its 5-year-old son and brother somehow got onto a busy highway where a car struck and killed him.
There may some truth to the phrase "My brain is fried."
By KSLRikki at 09/27/2016 11:58 am
Working too long may be too hard on the middle-aged brain. New research shows after a 47-50 hour work week, the brain wants to slow down, even rest.
Steven Roberts analyzes the presidential debate
By rjeppesen at 09/27/2016 8:31 am
ABC News political analyst Steven Roberts joined Brian and Amanda on Utah's Morning News to break down the highlights of last night's presidential debate. Photo credit: gwu.edu
Cheers, jeers through first presidential debate
By kslpetersamore at 09/27/2016 8:01 am
It looks like undecided Utah voters will stay that way after last night’s presidential debate. More on the story: http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865663383/U-students-cheer-jeer-at-presidential-debate-viewing-party.html
One of the cities hit by a tornado last week says they're already nearing a million dollars in damage.
By KSLDBrinkerhoff at 09/27/2016 7:42 am
The Riverdale City Administrator says they're just looking at a map and estimating the damage they've seen in those areas.