Bus bridge in place after a fire breaks out on a southbound Red Line train
A bus bridge has been put into place between Ballpark Station and Galivan Station, and between Ballpark Station and Library Station, after a fire broke out on a southbound TRAX Red Line train, according to UTA officials.
Dennis Romboy, Deseret News | Updated Jan 22nd - 5:51pm
Utah Sen. Mike Lee was among lawmakers outraged that National Guard members deployed to provide security at the U.S. Capitol were ordered to move outside or to nearby parking garages for rest areas.
Ashley Fredde, KSL.com | Posted Jan 22nd - 4:52pm
A 12-year-old is in serious condition after a car crashed into an apartment building on 331 E. Summer Pine Lane Friday, according to South Salt Lake police.
Ashley Fredde, KSL.com | Posted Jan 22nd - 4:33pm
Gov. Cox called Utah National Guard troops home on Friday just one week after approximately 360 of them were deployed to Washington D.C. to support civil authorities for the inauguration of President Biden after the Jan. 6 unrest at the U.S. Capitol.
Jasen Lee, Deseret News | Posted Jan 22nd - 4:33pm
Former Utah governor and U.S. ambassador, Jon M. Huntsman Jr., has taken a new high-profile post in the state.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jan 22nd - 4:09pm
A new interchange construction project on 12600 South at Bangerter Highway in Riverton might provide travel headaches for Salt Lake County drivers for the next few months.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Updated Jan 22nd - 4:08pm
A snowstorm moving into Utah is expected to provide much-needed snow to the mountains but could make travel difficult late Friday afternoon through Saturday and possibly early Sunday.
Linda Williams and Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Jan 22nd - 3:35pm
A large police presence closed roads in a Salt Lake City neighborhood early Friday morning after police say a person barricaded themselves inside a home.
BYU researchers link poor 1918 pandemic intervention efforts to higher death rates. Why that matters now
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Jan 22nd - 2:41pm
BYU researchers have launched what might be the most comprehensive 1918 pandemic dataset yet. Here's why it matters in the middle of a different pandemic.
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Jan 22nd - 2:10pm
A group of Pluralsight investors has filed a class-action lawsuit against the Utah-based tech company alleging they were misled about what they call an unfair price in the recent acquisition of Pluralsight by Vista Equity Partners.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Updated Jan 22nd - 1:49pm
Utah's number of COVID-19 cases has increased by 2,649 on Friday, with 24 more deaths reported, according to the Utah Department of Health.
Graham Dudley, KSL.com | Posted Jan 22nd - 12:08pm
State leaders denounced the temporary ban and called it a "serious mistake that will harm the same small Utah businesses that are already hurting from the pandemic."
John Wojcik, KSL NewsRadio | Posted Jan 22nd - 11:48am
The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) is ditching the proposal of a $1 billion TRAX line at Point of the Mountain.
Ashley Imlay, Deseret News | Posted Jan 22nd - 11:14am
After a recent tragedy, a Utah legislator and doctor is proposing a bill to limit the supply of opioids a doctor can prescribe to a patient after surgery.
Pat Reavy, Deseret News | Posted Jan 22nd - 10:45am
A couple who claimed they were driving home from a funeral in California was arrested in Summit County after police reported finding more than 100 pounds of marijuana in their car.
Graham Dudley, KSL.com | Posted Jan 22nd - 9:44am
Cox's address only ran about 15 minutes, perhaps the shortest in state history. But there was still substance, and even surprises, to be gleaned from the speech.
Andrew Adams, KSL TV | Posted Jan 22nd - 9:14am
One of the most talked-about images from Inauguration Day was one nobody saw coming — Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
Ashley Imlay, Deseret News | Posted Jan 22nd - 8:00am
A proposed bill in Utah could strengthen the state's vaccine database to help patients and their doctors learn which vaccines they've gotten and when.
Amy Donaldson, Deseret News | Posted Jan 22nd - 7:37am
The law enforcement community is mourning the loss of one of its longest serving sheriffs this week.
2 Utah high schools shifting to online learning amid COVID-19 cases
- Biden extends student loan payment deferrals until October
- Utah school districts could lose $ if they don't offer 'broad-based in-person learning'
- Provo High School shifts to online learning amid COVID-19 cases
- Utah State says man suspected in connection with stalking has been located after overnight incident
Venmo scams: Protecting yourself from fraudsters
The silver lining of the pandemic: Why a Utah doctor says virtual visits are the future
- Evenflo, maker of the 'Big Kid' booster seat, put profits over child safety
- Police search for neighborhood 'stranger' waving kids over to van
- 2 Utah children accidentally shoot themselves in head on same day in unrelated incidents
- A major shake-up is coming in Utah: Seismic safety steps, large and small