05/13/2013 8:01amIt was nice out this weekend. We can't blame you for wanting to spend time outside instead of in front of your computer. With that in mind, we've put together a few of the bigger stories from the weekend that you may have missed. Click the headlines to read the full story.
05/13/2013 8:35amDespite the stock market's new highs, stock ownership among Americans is at its lowest since 1998. A recent Gallup poll found just 52 percent of Americans said they or their spouses are invested in the stock market. That number has been on the decline since 2007.
05/13/2013 9:54amA customer is upset that a sandwich labeled as vegetarian at the famous Moochie's actually contains a sauce that is cooked with meat.
05/13/2013 10:42amThe KSL team offers their well wishes and gratitude to mothers everywhere.
05/13/2013 2:56pmA Cottonwood Heights man was ordered to spend at least 15 years in prison after killing his wife years ago.
05/13/2013 4:32pmA group of BYU and UVU students have created a stylized sitcom reminiscent of the cult favorite "Arrested Development" that they hope to offer to nationwide audiences by the end of summer.
05/13/2013 5:20pmAn LDS Church missionary serving in the Texas San Antonio mission is recovering from injuries Monday after being struck from behind by a vehicle as he was walking with his bicycle.
05/13/2013 5:32pmIt appears a fire at a meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Magna started in the chapel, investigators said.
05/13/2013 5:39pmA missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died last week after collapsing while jogging with his companion.
05/13/2013 7:30pmA recent round of bad publicity for Attorney General John Swallow is sparking a series of meetings this week at the Utah Legislature. Lawmakers are expected to add those discussions to regularly scheduled interim meeting as soon as Tuesday.
05/13/2013 8:01pmGetting a makeover is usually seen as a good thing. But not everyone is happy about a new look for the newest Disney princess.
05/13/2013 8:05pmThe Davis County Health Department has announced an outbreak of pertussis at Viewmont High School.
05/13/2013 8:40pmA man was critically injured in South Jordan Monday when a car he was working accidentally rolled over him.
05/13/2013 8:53pmA man with Alzheimer's was found safe Sunday after being reported missing the day before. The man's story hit close to home for families in Utah caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's.
05/13/2013 9:17pmThe recently opened facility has all the bells and whistles — workout facilities, water slides and an indoor track. The 160,000-square-foot recreation center is just what the doctor ordered for people in Provo.
05/13/2013 9:39pmThe attorney for a Salt Lake City pediatrician charged with murdering his ex-wife, once a biologist at the University of Utah, said Monday he plans to ask for a drastically reduced bail so his client can get out of jail while the case plays out in court.
05/13/2013 10:08pmIt takes a lot of work in the spring to clear snow from Utah's high mountain passes. But a new method of melting the snow before the plows come through should save taxpayer money and time in the future.
05/13/2013 10:21pmBetween 20 and 25 early reading interventionist positions will be cut at Ogden School District. The announcement follows similar cuts made in response to a $2.7 million budget deficit and rising costs.
05/13/2013 10:22pmEach time an officer shoots, their actions are scrutinized to make sure they've followed procedure and the law. However, the KSL investigative team discovered there are no statewide standards regulating how those investigations are conducted.
05/13/2013 10:37pmPolice identified the young girl killed in ATV accident Sunday in Tooele. A CPR instructor, who says he felt prompted to go up the canyon that afternoon, described to KSL how he and the girl's father tried to save her life.
05/13/2013 10:54pmWhen the Salt Lake Community College girls softball team traveled to Twin Falls, Idaho, for regional playoffs over the weekend, they thought their only excitement would be during the game. But that was only a warm-up to a much bigger moment.