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Bird flu is spreading to more farm animals. Are milk and eggs safe?

Bird flu is spreading to more farm animals. Are milk and eggs safe?

Jonel Aleccia, Associated Press  |  Posted April 13 - 7:43 p.m.  |  Save Story

A bird flu outbreak in U.S. dairy cows has spread to more than two dozen herds in eight states, including Idaho. That comes weeks after the nation's largest egg producer found the virus in its chickens.
Salt Lake business to relocate to Murray after 119 years; building to be torn down

Salt Lake business to relocate to Murray after 119 years; building to be torn down

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted April 13 - 7:05 p.m.  |  Save Story

A family-owned clothing store that has been a Salt Lake City staple for over a century is moving to a new location after the 2020 earthquake damaged its downtown location.
Northrop Grumman unveils prototype of spooky new underwater drone

Northrop Grumman unveils prototype of spooky new underwater drone

Collin Leonard, KSL.com  |  Posted April 13 - 2:13 p.m.  |  Save Story

Northrop Grumman is one of two companies developing autonomous underwater vehicles that can wander the ocean for long periods of time, using the ocean to generate electricity.
Even in the age of Google Earth, people still buy globes. Here's why they remain so alluring

Even in the age of Google Earth, people still buy globes. Here's why they remain so alluring

Laurie Kellman, Associated Press  |  Posted April 13 - 10:51 a.m.  |  Save Story

In the age of Google Earth, watches that triangulate and cars with built-in GPS, there's something about a globe — a spherical representation of the world in miniature — that somehow endures.
State calling for public input to close 'digital divide,' bring high-speed internet to all Utahns

State calling for public input to close 'digital divide,' bring high-speed internet to all Utahns

Collin Leonard, KSL.com  |  Posted April 12 - 8:18 p.m.  |  Save Story

The Department of Commerce accepted Utah's Digital Equity plan, which means communities now have the chance to provide input on gaps in internet access to take advantage of '"generational" funding to bring high-speed, reliable internet to the entire state.
US airlines ask the Biden administration to stop approving new flights between the US and China

US airlines ask the Biden administration to stop approving new flights between the US and China

The Associated Press  |  Posted April 12 - 12:33 p.m.  |  Save Story

The biggest U.S. airlines and their unions say the U.S. needs to take a stand against what they call "anti-competitive" policies that China imposes on U.S. airlines.
How liable is a moving company if your stuff gets damaged?

How liable is a moving company if your stuff gets damaged?

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL-TV  |  Posted April 12 - 11:29 a.m.  |  Save Story

Dave Donegan's home was just about to go into renovation, so he hired a moving and storage company to hold onto his household goods while work was underway.
Soaring insurance costs hit as US buyers finally get a break on car prices

Soaring insurance costs hit as US buyers finally get a break on car prices

Timothy Aeppel, Reuters  |  Posted April 12 - 6:51 a.m.  |  Save Story

A new form of sticker shock has hit American car buyers: soaring insurance costs.
Bad Bunny drops suit after alleged bootlegger removes Salt Lake videos from YouTube

Bad Bunny drops suit after alleged bootlegger removes Salt Lake videos from YouTube

Tim Vandenack, KSL.com  |  Posted April 11 - 9:42 p.m.  |  Save Story

The reggaeton performer Bad Funny dropped a lawsuit he had filed after a Spanish YouTube channel operator posted videos from his Feb. 21 Salt Lake City show.
Taylor Swift music back on TikTok despite fight with Universal Music, report says

Taylor Swift music back on TikTok despite fight with Universal Music, report says

Jaspreet Singh, Reuters  |  Posted April 11 - 9:01 p.m.  |  Save Story

Taylor Swift's music is back on TikTok, even as the Chinese short-video app and singer's record label Universal Music are at loggerheads, the Financial Times reported on Thursday.
Instagram begins blurring nudity in messages to protect teens and fight sexual extortion

Instagram begins blurring nudity in messages to protect teens and fight sexual extortion

Kelvin Chan, Associated Press  |  Posted April 11 - 12:33 p.m.  |  Save Story

Instagram says it's deploying new tools to protect young people and combat sexual extortion, including a feature that will automatically blur nudity in direct messages.
American Airlines announces flights out of Provo Airport starting this fall

American Airlines announces flights out of Provo Airport starting this fall

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted April 11 - 9:56 a.m.  |  Save Story

Utah's second largest airport is getting another airline option this fall.
Ford recalls nearly 43,000 SUVs due to gas leaks that can cause fires, but remedy won't fix leaks

Ford recalls nearly 43,000 SUVs due to gas leaks that can cause fires, but remedy won't fix leaks

Associated Press  |  Posted April 10 - 10:08 p.m.  |  Save Story

Ford is recalling nearly 43,000 small SUVs because gasoline can leak from the fuel injectors onto hot engine surfaces, increasing the risk of fires. But the recall does not fix the fuel leaks.
Congress summons Boeing CEO to testify on its jetliner safety following whistleblower charges

Congress summons Boeing CEO to testify on its jetliner safety following whistleblower charges

David Hamilton, Associated Press  |  Posted April 10 - 9:25 p.m.  |  Save Story

A Senate subcommittee has opened an investigation into the safety of Boeing jetliners, intensifying concerns about the airworthiness of the company's aircraft.
Track and field becomes first sport to pay prize money at Olympics

Track and field becomes first sport to pay prize money at Olympics

James Ellingworth, Associated Press  |  Updated April 10 - 5:18 p.m.  |  Save Story

Track and field is set to become the first sport to introduce prize money at the Olympics, with World Athletics saying Wednesday it would pay $50,000 to gold medalists in Paris.
New European version of Scrabble aims to make the game more accessible

New European version of Scrabble aims to make the game more accessible

Associated Press  |  Posted April 10 - 4:33 p.m.  |  Save Story

Scrabble is getting a bit of a makeover, at least in Europe.
Salt Lake City leads nation's hottest job markets

Salt Lake City leads nation's hottest job markets

Emma Pitts, Deseret News  |  Posted April 10 - 3:04 p.m.  |  Save Story

Utah's capital city was ranked as the area with the hottest job market in the country, according to the Wall Street Journal and Moody's Analytics.
Company ordered to overhaul manufacturing of sleep apnea machines

Company ordered to overhaul manufacturing of sleep apnea machines

Matthew Perrone, Associated Press  |  Updated April 10 - 1:31 p.m.  |  Save Story

The company responsible for a global recall of sleep apnea machines is now legally barred from resuming production at U.S. facilities until it meets a number of safety requirements.
Postal Service wants to hike stamp prices again in July. Here's how much you'll pay

Postal Service wants to hike stamp prices again in July. Here's how much you'll pay

Jordan Valinsky, CNN  |  Posted April 10 - 9:31 a.m.  |  Save Story

Stamp prices are set to increase — again.
Consumer prices rise more than expected in March

Consumer prices rise more than expected in March

Reuters  |  Posted April 10 - 7:02 a.m.  |  Save Story

U.S. consumer prices increased more than expected in March amid rises in the costs of gasoline and shelter, casting further doubt on whether the Federal Reserve will start cutting interest rates in June.
Person comes forward to claim $1.3B Powerball jackpot in Oregon

Person comes forward to claim $1.3B Powerball jackpot in Oregon

Claire Rush, Associated Press  |  Posted April 9 - 10:01 p.m.  |  Save Story

Oregon officials say a person with a ticket matching all six Powerball numbers in Saturday's $1.3 billion jackpot has come forward to claim the prize.
Rare copy of comic featuring Superman's first appearance sells for $6M at auction

Rare copy of comic featuring Superman's first appearance sells for $6M at auction

Associated Press  |  Posted April 9 - 9:31 p.m.  |  Save Story

A copy of Action Comics No. 1, the comic book that introduced Superman to the world in 1938, sold for $6 million on April 4.
Why Salt Lake City's buildings will turn gold this week

Why Salt Lake City's buildings will turn gold this week

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Updated April 9 - 8:34 p.m.  |  Save Story

Utah's capital city is literally turning gold this week, as members of the International Olympic Committee tour the Beehive State.
Business leaders have big plans for the future of Utah's economy

Business leaders have big plans for the future of Utah's economy

Bridger Beal-Cvetko, KSL.com  |  Posted April 9 - 7:09 p.m.  |  Save Story

The Salt Lake Chamber announced Tuesday the Utah Rising initiative as a vision for the future of Utah's economy.
Delta Air Lines will soon update the way it boards passengers

Delta Air Lines will soon update the way it boards passengers

Jordan Valinsky, CNN  |  Posted April 9 - 6:14 p.m.  |  Save Story

Delta Air Lines flyers will soon start boarding Delta's planes in a way the airline had previously abandoned.
Utah immersive fantasy park Evermore shutting down; property owner promises a 'new attraction'

Utah immersive fantasy park Evermore shutting down; property owner promises a 'new attraction'

Cassidy Wixom, KSL.com  |  Posted April 9 - 5:53 p.m.  |  Save Story

Evermore Park in Pleasant Grove will not be forevermore. Officials confirmed Tuesday the fantasy theme park is shutting down, though the property owner promises to unveil a "new attraction" at the site.
Utah program takes used solar eclipse glasses from around nation to donate

Utah program takes used solar eclipse glasses from around nation to donate

Lauren Steinbrecher, KSL-TV  |  Posted April 9 - 9:45 a.m.  |  Save Story

The fun and excitement of the solar eclipse may now be fading, but a Provo business is marking the start of a huge project.
Maryland governor to meet with Congress to discuss support for rebuilding collapsed bridge

Maryland governor to meet with Congress to discuss support for rebuilding collapsed bridge

Brian Witte, Associated Press  |  Posted April 9 - 8:07 a.m.  |  Save Story

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore plans to meet this week with members of Congress to discuss support for rebuilding the collapsed Francis Scott Key Bridge.
Donor gives rare collector items to Cache Valley charity auction

Donor gives rare collector items to Cache Valley charity auction

Mike Anderson, KSL-TV  |  Posted April 8 - 10:09 p.m.  |  Save Story

A guitar signed by Taylor Swift is just one of many unique items for sale by a Cache Valley charity. But this auction wouldn't have been possible if it wasn't for one donor. 
Tesla's Musk predicts AI will be smarter than the smartest human next year

Tesla's Musk predicts AI will be smarter than the smartest human next year

Akash Sriram, Reuters  |  Posted April 8 - 9:25 p.m.  |  Save Story

Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Monday predicted the development of artificial intelligence that will be smarter than the smartest human probably by next year, or by 2026.
Movie theaters are getting creative to appeal to audiences before blockbuster season

Movie theaters are getting creative to appeal to audiences before blockbuster season

Scottie Andrew, CNN  |  Posted April 8 - 3:05 p.m.  |  Save Story

We're in the thick of the pre-summer movie doldrums. From anticipated re-releases to expanded screenings in premium formats, here's what movie theaters are doing when the release schedule is sparse.
National Park Service being sued for switching to cashless entry

National Park Service being sued for switching to cashless entry

Heather Peterson, KSL NewsRadio  |  Posted April 8 - 2:31 p.m.  |  Save Story

The National Park Service is being sued for going cashless at 30 parks and monuments, including Hovenweep National Monument and Natural Bridges National Monument.
How to report digital assets like bitcoin on your taxes

How to report digital assets like bitcoin on your taxes

Jeanne Sahadi, CNN  |  Posted April 8 - 9:40 a.m.  |  Save Story

If you're a crypto investor or have been paid in bitcoin or other cryptocurrency for your services, you're going to have to report your taxable transactions on your 2023 tax return.
Almost since cars were invented, a Plowgian's been fixing them

Almost since cars were invented, a Plowgian's been fixing them

Lee Benson, Deseret News  |  Posted April 8 - 9:33 a.m.  |  Save Story

For Plowgian Auto Repair in Holladay, finding cars to work on is not a problem. On any given day, the parking lot looks like the evacuation of Dunkirk. Cars are strewn everywhere.
Engine cover on Southwest Airlines plane rips off, forcing flight to return to Denver

Engine cover on Southwest Airlines plane rips off, forcing flight to return to Denver

Associated Press  |  Posted April 8 - 9:01 a.m.  |  Save Story

The Federal Aviation Administration says a Southwest Airlines jet leaving Denver was forced to land after the engine cover fell off and struck the wing flap during takeoff.
What has the past 25 years taught us about taxation, caring for the needy in Utah?

What has the past 25 years taught us about taxation, caring for the needy in Utah?

Marjorie Cortez, Deseret News  |  Posted April 7 - 7:03 p.m.  |  Save Story

Utah leaders reflected on public policy lessons from the past quarter-century during two panel discussions Friday at the Thomas S. Monson Center.
Provo family projected to sell half a million glasses for total solar eclipse

Provo family projected to sell half a million glasses for total solar eclipse

Shelby Lofton, KSL-TV  |  Posted April 7 - 4:00 p.m.  |  Save Story

A Provo family made a business out of the leftover eclipse glasses of Utah's 2017 solar eclipse.
Yellen says US-China relationship on 'more stable footing,' but more can be done to improve ties

Yellen says US-China relationship on 'more stable footing,' but more can be done to improve ties

Fatima Hussein and Ken Moritsugu, Associated Press  |  Posted April 7 - 8:38 a.m.  |  Save Story

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has met with Chinese Premier Li Qiang and sent a message of mutual cooperation despite the nations' differences.
Tesla scraps low-cost car plans amid fierce Chinese competition

Tesla scraps low-cost car plans amid fierce Chinese competition

Hyunjoo Jin, Norihiko Shirouzu and Ben Klayman, Reuters  |  Posted April 7 - 8:29 a.m.  |  Save Story

Tesla has canceled the long-promised inexpensive car that investors have been counting on to drive its growth into a mass-market automaker, according to three sources familiar with the matter and company messages seen by Reuters.
Thousands of Utahns could potentially lose access to internet as funds for program set to expire

Thousands of Utahns could potentially lose access to internet as funds for program set to expire

Logan Stefanich, KSL.com  |  Posted April 6 - 1:12 p.m.  |  Save Story

The Affordable Connectivity Program is at risk of losing funding unless it receives additional backing from Congress. It provides discounts for internet access to qualifying households.
Who wouldn't like prices to start falling? Careful what you wish for, economists say

Who wouldn't like prices to start falling? Careful what you wish for, economists say

Paul Wiseman, Associated Press  |  Posted April 6 - 9:31 a.m.  |  Save Story

Many economists caution that consumers should be careful what they wish for. Falling prices across the economy would actually be an unhealthy sign.
Bagel store that ditched tipping continues to see support from customers

Bagel store that ditched tipping continues to see support from customers

Karah Brackin, KSL-TV  |  Posted April 5 - 10:38 p.m.  |  Save Story

A small business in Bountiful gained attention for its decision not to ask for tips at checkout, and the owner says the decision was worth it.
Engine on Southwest Airlines jet caught fire before taking off from Texas

Engine on Southwest Airlines jet caught fire before taking off from Texas

The Associated Press  |  Updated April 5 - 10:19 p.m.  |  Save Story

Federal officials are looking into an engine fire on a Southwest Airlines plane. Southwest says the Boeing 737 was preparing to take off from Lubbock, Texas, and fly to Las Vegas late Thursday when pilots got a report of an engine issue.
Kiss sells catalog, brand name and IP. Gene Simmons assures fans it is a 'collaboration'

Kiss sells catalog, brand name and IP. Gene Simmons assures fans it is a 'collaboration'

Maria Sherman, Associated Press  |  Updated April 5 - 8:30 p.m.  |  Save Story

It's never really the end of the road for Kiss. The hard rock quartet has sold its catalog, brand name and IP in a deal estimated to be over $300 million.
French pastry company looks to northern Utah after environmental opposition at home

French pastry company looks to northern Utah after environmental opposition at home

Collin Leonard, KSL.com  |  Posted April 5 - 7:03 p.m.  |  Save Story

A pastry manufacturer may be investing millions into a new production plant in Brigham City after environmental litigation in France stalled an expansion project.
New flights coming to Salt Lake City airport this year

New flights coming to Salt Lake City airport this year

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted April 5 - 6:12 p.m.  |  Save Story

Frontier Airlines announced it will add new service between Salt Lake City and Chicago, joining a list of recent new service announcements involving Utah.
Mitt Romney: How federal spending could impact Utah's potential Olympic Games in 2034

Mitt Romney: How federal spending could impact Utah's potential Olympic Games in 2034

Bridger Beal-Cvetko, KSL.com  |  Posted April 5 - 3:08 p.m.  |  Save Story

Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, said leaders should begin requesting funding from the federal government to help with security costs for the 2034 Olympic Games.
Apple lays off more than 600 workers in California in first major round of post-pandemic cuts

Apple lays off more than 600 workers in California in first major round of post-pandemic cuts

Associated Press  |  Posted April 5 - 12:28 p.m.  |  Save Story

Apple is laying off more than 600 workers in California, marking the company's first big wave of post-pandemic job cuts amid a broader wave of tech industry consolidation.
Buy groceries at Walmart recently? You may be eligible for class action settlement payment

Buy groceries at Walmart recently? You may be eligible for class action settlement payment

The Associated Press  |  Posted April 5 - 11:31 a.m.  |  Save Story

If you purchased some weighted groceries or bagged fruit at Walmart in recent years, you may be eligible for a cash payment from a class action settlement with the retailer.
US employers added a surprisingly robust 303,000 jobs in March in sign of economic strength

US employers added a surprisingly robust 303,000 jobs in March in sign of economic strength

Paul Wiseman, Associated Press  |  Posted April 5 - 9:33 a.m.  |  Save Story

America's employers delivered another outpouring of jobs in March, adding a sizzling 303,000 workers to their payrolls and bolstering hopes that the economy can vanquish inflation without succumbing to a recession in the face of high interest rates.
Utah County company says its video messaging app can detect nudity to keep kids safe

Utah County company says its video messaging app can detect nudity to keep kids safe

Dan Rascon, KSL-TV  |  Posted April 5 - 8:05 a.m.  |  Save Story

A Utah County company recently released a new video messaging app that it says can detect nudity or partial nudity to keep kids safe.
Justice Department to meet Boeing fatal crash victims' lawyers; Boeing pays $160M to Alaska Airlines

Justice Department to meet Boeing fatal crash victims' lawyers; Boeing pays $160M to Alaska Airlines

Mike Spector, Chris Prentice and David Shepardson, Reuters  |  Posted April 5 - 7:23 a.m.  |  Save Story

The U.S. Justice Department next week will meet with lawyers for families of victims of two fatal Boeing 737 MAX crashes that killed 346 people in 2018 and 2019, as the government decides whether to move ahead with a criminal case.
2 million Black & Decker clothing steamers are under recall after dozens of burn injuries

2 million Black & Decker clothing steamers are under recall after dozens of burn injuries

Associated Press  |  Posted April 5 - 6:51 a.m.  |  Save Story

About 2 million Black & Decker-branded clothing steamers are now under recall after consumers reported dozens of burn injuries that resulted from hot water spewing out of the devices.
'We are excited to be back': Beloved grocery store returns to Salt Lake City

'We are excited to be back': Beloved grocery store returns to Salt Lake City

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted April 4 - 6:07 p.m.  |  Save Story

Lee's Marketplace announced Thursday that it will reopen its location at the 4th West Apartments complex, 255 N. 400 West, on April 11.
Utah has more 'million-dollar cities' as home prices climb

Utah has more 'million-dollar cities' as home prices climb

Daniel Woodruff, KSL-TV  |  Posted April 4 - 7:57 a.m.  |  Save Story

A new Zillow study put Utah in the top 15 states with the most "million-dollar cities." But other places in Utah aren't incredibly less expensive, economists say.
What to expect when Salt Lake City airport opens new, very blue 'river tunnel'

What to expect when Salt Lake City airport opens new, very blue 'river tunnel'

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted April 3 - 3:33 p.m.  |  Save Story

Salt Lake City International Airport's newest art feature aims to build on the airport's outdoor themes — and it's very blue.
Browsing in incognito mode doesn't protect you as much as you might think

Browsing in incognito mode doesn't protect you as much as you might think

Associated Press  |  Updated April 3 - 12:37 p.m.  |  Save Story

Nearly every major browser now has a private browsing mode. Here's a look at what they do and don't do for surfers.
Orem film lab to open accessible, 'creative hub' with community dark room

Orem film lab to open accessible, 'creative hub' with community dark room

Cassidy Wixom, KSL.com  |  Posted April 3 - 6:17 a.m.  |  Save Story

An internationally renowned film lab in Orem is planning to open a one-of-a-kind accessible, creative hub in Provo that aims to inspire and offer affordable film photography resources.
Boeing wins $405M to test nuclear missile systems in 'extreme environments' in Utah

Boeing wins $405M to test nuclear missile systems in 'extreme environments' in Utah

Collin Leonard, KSL.com  |  Posted April 2 - 10:31 p.m.  |  Save Story

A five-year, $405 million contract extension was given to Boeing, which operates the Little Mountain Test Facility on the western shore of the Great Salt Lake, to test nuclear missile systems.