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The Donovan Difference - Part 1


By kslcleon at 02/22/2018 1:33 pm         
Utah Jazz fans seem to be connecting with this seasons team more than many other teams of the past.  And it seems to be much more than the team's recent winning streak or the new jerseys.  KSL Newsradio's Cleon Wall reports it has a lot to do with rookie phenom Donovan Mitchell how has taken the state and NBA by storm. (Photo: Cleon Wall/KSL Newsradio)

Dabakis creates "buzz" in failed attempt to delay stricter BAC law


By kslpetersamore at 02/22/2018 12:17 pm         
The state senator admitted he had a blood-alcohol content of .05, when he tried to delay the implementation of Utah’s stricter limit at the state Senate Transportation Committee.

All Utah students, educators and parents urged to download SafeUT app


By kslmrichards at 02/22/2018 9:32 am         
Today is a day to stand up for a safe Utah here on KSL.

Utah legislature hears recommendations from Governor's Suicide Task Force


By kslmrichards at 02/22/2018 9:32 am         
Utah lawmakers will hear about how to prevent suicide Thursday. Recommendations from the governor's task force are being presented through HB 370.

Residents take legal action to stop North Ogden amphitheater


By kslpetersamore at 02/22/2018 7:21 am         
North Ogden neighbors are suing to stop construction of an amphitheater in a city park. The city is pushing back.

Wasatch High student flags gun threat online; classmate in custody


By kslpetersamore at 02/22/2018 7:20 am         
Police have arrested a high school student in Heber City, after threatening gun violence at his school. More on the story: https://www.deseretnews.com/article/900011035/wasatch-high-student-flags-gun-threat-online-classmate-in-custody.html

Recent snow storms have positive and negative consequences for farmers


By PaulNelson at 02/21/2018 6:12 pm         
As northern Utah is thawing out from this week's storms, weather watchers and farmers are preparing for more snow that is already on its way.

Passionate pleas to eliminate/keep death penalty


By kslcleon at 02/21/2018 5:59 pm         
Utah's House of Representatives will now discuss a bill that could abolish the death penalty in the state.  But before a committee forwarded the legislation on to the full House today, family members of murder victims testified why they think the death sentence should go or stay. (Photo: Kristin Murphy/Deseret News)

Utah's Evangelicals honor "America's Pastor" Billy Graham


By PaulNelson at 02/21/2018 1:53 pm         
The Evangelical community in Utah is looking back fondly on the life of a man who they say inspired millions of people all over the world. Billy Graham, the man known as “America’s Pastor” is dead at the age of 99. (Photo Credit: AP Photo/ Neil Redmond 2010)

Gen Xers are worried about retirement.


By KSLRikki at 02/21/2018 1:52 pm         
Many Americans are concerned about being able to financially retire comfortably. Now, the latest group to have those fears is Gen X-ers.