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Man shot by homeowner in self-defense faces multiple charges

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted May 22nd - 11:30am

A man who police say was shot by a homeowner in self-defense after he threatened to kill the homeowner and another man is due back in court on Thursday.

Latter-day Saint leaders announce renovations to St. George Utah Temple

Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com  |  Posted May 22nd - 10:58am

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced renovation details for the St. George Utah Temple and released renderings of the new design during a Wednesday press conference.

Patrick Kinahan: Former BYU coach says 'me attitude' hinders team success

Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted May 22nd - 10:45am

Former BYU basketball coach Dave Rose has noticed that players seem to care more about personal accomplishments as opposed to the success of the team. The "me first' attitude has contributed to a record number of transfers each season in the game.

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Former BYU QB Nelson to rely on player experiences as he moves into radio booth

Jeff Call, Deseret News  |  Posted May 22nd - 10:41am

As a BYU quarterback, Riley Nelson encountered a vast array of experiences. Now, Nelson will rely on those experiences to help Cougar football fans see and understand the game in a different way.

On the Money: How new rules for debt collectors affect you

Ken Sweet, Associated Press  |  Posted May 22nd - 10:32am

The next text message you receive may not be a funny picture from your mom, or an update on how late your friend will be to brunch.

China cuts taxes to spur chip makers in face of US pressure

Joe McDonald, Associated Press  |  Posted May 22nd - 9:33am

China is cutting taxes on its fledgling software and integrated circuit industries as U.S. export controls threaten to handicap Chinese tech companies.

University burn center warns common summer activities bring increased risks

University Of Utah Health  |  Posted May 22nd - 9:27am

The number of burn injuries treated increases in summer as people engage in activities involving fire and incendiary devices, and children are the most at risk to be injured. The five leading causes of summer burn injuries are all preventable.

Man who threatened mass shooting is serial online harasser

Michael Kunzelman, Maryclaire Dale and Colleen Slevin, Associated Press  |  Posted May 22nd - 9:03am

Only hours before women marched through many U.S. cities in January, Christopher Cleary set off a manhunt when he posted a Facebook message threatening to kill "as many girls as I see" in retaliation for years of romantic rejection.

Trump demands end to Russia probes, walks out of Dem meeting

Lisa Mascaro and Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press  |  Posted May 22nd - 8:41am

President Donald Trump abruptly stalked out of a meeting with congressional leaders Wednesday with a flat declaration he would no longer work with Democrats unless they drop all investigations in the aftermath of the special counsel's Trump-Russia report.

Safeguarding Utah's water systems against threats

Lauren Bennett, KSL  |  Posted May 22nd - 8:23am

About 200 people from all over the Beehive State attended the third annual Central Utah Water Symposium on safeguarding water Tuesday in Provo.

Solving homelessness through community, connection and tiny homes: A story of Seattle and Salt Lake

Whitney Evans, KSL.com  |  Posted May 22nd - 8:03am

Imagine that your job training would allow for you to also make a positive change in the world.

Ohio man charged in 2016 fatal Utah crash

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted May 22nd - 7:39am

An Ohio man was charged Tuesday in connection with a 2016 crash in Utah that killed one of his passengers.

2 Utah high schools feud over game day allegations

The Associated Press  |  Posted May 22nd - 7:21am

Two Utah high schools have called for disciplinary action against each other over allegations of racial slurs, threats and an attempted assault following boys' basketball games.

Utah man charged with kidnapping, assault, beating

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted May 22nd - 7:06am

A man who police say kidnapped, beat and robbed a man, and then took the victim to his house where his brother chased him away with a knife, was charged Tuesday.

Utah attorney general signs on to beta test new AI tech that detects concealed weapons

Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com  |  Posted May 22nd - 6:01am

Utah’s attorney general has signed his office up to beta test a new tech that uses artificial intelligence to detect concealed weapons.

Salt Lake police awards honor heroic officers, civilians

Kim Bojórquez, KSL  |  Posted May 21st - 10:15pm

Salt Lake City Police Department employees and civilians were recognized at the 39th annual Salt Lake City Police Awards Luncheon.

Overcoming the stigma of protruding ears

Utah Facial Plastics  |  Posted May 21st - 9:52pm

Even in an enlightened 21st Century, bullying remains a problem among children and it often begins when physical features cause a child to look different. One common example is children who have protruding ears.

UDOT looks for input on refined plans for US 89 expansion in Davis County

Mike Anderson, KSL TV  |  Posted May 21st - 9:42pm

UDOT showed off refined plans for a widening of U.S. 89, which includes freeway-style interchanges, at an open house at Layton High School Tuesday.

Maryland woman dead in Utah crash

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted May 21st - 9:11pm

A Maryland woman died Tuesday in a crash on I-70 near the Utah-Colorado border, troopers said.

Utah man arrested in Oregon in connection with Kaysville attempted murder case

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted May 21st - 8:38pm

Authorities in Oregon have arrested a Utah man who they say has been on the run since being involved in an April altercation in Kaysville in which he allegedly shot at two people.

NPS: Centuries-old Spanish coins found at Lake Powell authentic, but likely weren’t dropped by explorers

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted May 21st - 8:05pm

Two centuries-old Spanish coins that were found near Lake Powell last year are authentic, but were determined to be a part of a modern coin collection, National Park Service officials said Tuesday.