Utah Military Academy confirms 2 teens who died of flu were students there
Utah Military Academy has confirmed the identities of two teens who died recently from the flu as students who attended the school.
Families need to be talking about risks of vaping, marketing ploys intended to hook youths, health educators say
Marjorie Cortez, KSL | Posted Jan 26th - 8:31pm
It looks an innocent child’s toy, an action figure no less.
Her joint pain can be debilitating, but that doesn't stop this USU student from trying to 'move free'
Merritt Jewel, KSL.com | Posted Jan 26th - 7:11pm
Abby Jones feels pain in her jaw, ankles, knees, fingers, wrist, hips, shoulders and elbows. Sometimes, the inflammation and stiffness become so debilitating that she cannot walk or eat much.
The Associated Press | Posted Jan 26th - 4:56pm
A northern Utah event straight out of the Old West is attracting more people with its mountain-man appeal, organizers said.
Ray Boone, KSL TV | Posted Jan 26th - 4:14pm
To the untrained eye, the sidewalks may have looked like a swarm, but Luke Fairman said business is slower this year.
Spencer Sutherland, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Jan 26th - 2:26pm
Jack Rutter's solo project “Ritt Momney” is connecting with fans across the country. Thanks to his album and recent touring, Rutter has amassed a huge following — averaging nearly 200,000 Spotify listeners each month.
Stephanie Dazio, Associated Press | Posted Jan 26th - 1:11pm
NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others were killed in a helicopter crash in dense morning fog in Southern California on Sunday.
Garna Mejia, KSL TV | Posted Jan 26th - 7:04am
The only survivor of a crash on I-215 said he and his girlfriend were heading to visit the U. when they were hit by an elderly woman who was driving the wrong way.
Wendy Leonard, KSL | Posted Jan 25th - 9:45pm
The Weber-Morgan Health Department is investigating the deaths of two Riverdale students, who recently tested positive with influenza.
Kelli Pierce, KSL Newsradio | Posted Jan 25th - 9:18pm
How did a middle class mom wind up living at a homeless shelter? For many families, that transition is just a couple of difficult months away from reality.
Ladd Egan, KSL TV and Cindy St. Clair, KSL TV | Posted Jan 25th - 7:42pm
After a successful effort to repeal a tax reform bill, the KSL Investigators dug through hundreds of emails sent to Utah lawmakers over the past year.
Jen Riess, KSL.com | Posted Jan 25th - 5:36pm
Officials have identified the woman who died Saturday after struggling in the water at Crystal Hot Springs. Christina Bailey was 51 years old, authorities said.
Romney says 'very likely' he'll be in favor of witnesses but won't decide until after opening arguments
Veronica Stracqualursi, CNN | Posted Jan 25th - 4:55pm
Sen. Mitt Romney said Saturday that it's "very likely" that he'll be in favor of calling witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, but won't decide until after opening arguments.
Marjorie Cortez, KSL | Posted Jan 25th - 3:24pm
A board of regents committee has appointed a task force working to define affordability at public colleges and universities with an ambitious March deadline.
Dennis Romboy, KSL | Posted Jan 25th - 12:03pm
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has hired staff members to lead her campaign in Utah.
Mike Anderson, KSL TV | Posted Jan 25th - 11:18am
In recent months, the simple, positive messages have been popping up in Weber County, especially around Ogden. The simple paper posters that read, ‘Hug Someone Today,’ were the idea of 19-year-old blues artist, Sammy Brue. Brue said he came up with it at around 4 a.m. one morning.
Graham Dudley, KSL.com | Posted Jan 25th - 9:33am
A 26-year-old man was hit and killed while crossing Washington Boulevard on Friday. Harrisville police say he was not using a crosswalk.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jan 25th - 9:19am
A new bill set to be discussed this upcoming legislative session would allow local governments to, once again, use eminent domain to help carve out trails in Utah.
2 Chinese citizens arrested in Utah as part of fraud organization that cost Walmart $600K, police say
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Jan 25th - 7:14am
The pair was identified as members of a criminal organization that has allegedly used fraudulent credit card information obtained through phishing scams, according to a probable cause statement.
- Student safety summit at University of Utah begins with moment to ‘remember individual students lost on our campuses’
- To reach collegiate attainment goals, consultant says Utah needs to reevaluate
- EPA awards Utah $434K for testing lead in schools, childcare facilities
- Regents, University of Utah to host campus safety forum at the U.