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Family works towards better health together with LiVe Well

09/13/2013 12:23am
September is Child Obesity Awareness Month, but what if you already know your child is not at a healthy weight? It is a sensitive issue that one Utah family is learning to navigate in a healthy way.

Avalanche victim helps honor rescue team for saving her life

09/13/2013 7:18am
Elisabeth Malloy Morrey, an avalanche victim who was rescued in January, and county officials gathered Wednesday to thank the Salt Lake County sheriff's search and rescue team.

No cases of ID theft linked to victims of Utah's major data breach

09/13/2013 8:13am
A breach of Utah Department of Health data in March 2012 has not been directly tied to any incident of identity theft, according to a report to state lawmakers Thursday. Hackers downloaded personal information of 780,000 Utahns.

How Syria is vastly different from the war in Iraq

09/13/2013 9:33am
It seems the situation in Syria changes by the day. The question remains, will the U.S go to war, and what will that look like? The last time the U.S. went to war it was against Iraq. To some, the situations seem similar. To others, they are vastly different.

Police use stun gun on man involved in high-speed chase

09/13/2013 10:18am
A man was arrested Thursday night after leading police on a high-speed chase, his second within a week.

Ex-Utah soldier gets 12 years in child porn case

09/13/2013 11:26am
A judge has ordered a decorated former soldier from Park City to spend 12 years in federal prison and pay nearly $600,000 in restitution to a victim in a child pornography case.

Utahns invited to help researchers discover causes of cancer

09/13/2013 11:53am
The American Cancer Society is enrolling Utahns in a historic study to get a better understanding of various causes of cancer and possible prevention measures.

3 companies to bring 1,100 new jobs to Utah

09/13/2013 12:08pm
A trio of companies — the School Improvement Network, Indus Valley Partners and Nature Food Products — have announced plans to expand their operations in the Beehive State, bringing with them an estimated 1,100 new jobs.

Deceased U. player honored with scholarship fund

09/13/2013 12:32pm
After a University of Utah football player's sudden death, the Polynesian community has set up a scholarship fund in Gaius Keio Vaenuku's name.

Roy football supports grieving teammate after mother's death

09/13/2013 3:09pm
While a "Hail Mary" pass that wins the game may seem miraculous, members of Roy City's football community say the strength of one teammate goes beyond an incredible win.

Duchesne High School evacuated due to smoke

09/13/2013 4:20pm
Duchesne High School was evacuated Friday after a malfunction in the heating and cooling system sent smoke into the hallways and classrooms.

Man charged with murder for death at Roy party

09/13/2013 4:43pm
Ruben Alvarado Nava III was charged Thursday with murdering a man during a birthday party in Roy.

2 men shot in SLC; police look for gunman

09/13/2013 5:21pm
Two men were shot in a drive-by shooting Thursday night in Salt Lake City.

Hike to honor slain woman, raise domestic violence awareness

09/13/2013 6:59pm
The family of Heidy Truman, whose death was ruled a domestic violence-related homicide, will honor her and raise awareness of domestic violence during the Hike for Heidy in Memory Grove on Saturday.

Dropped federal investigation of A.G. may lead to fewer probes

09/13/2013 7:08pm
The Utah Senate president says the decision by federal authorities not to indict Attorney General John Swallow takes the air out of the other investigations aimed at the state's top law enforcer.

Semitrailer rolls off freeway into creek, leaks gallons of fuel

09/13/2013 7:16pm
A semitrailer filled with powdered cement rolled into the Weber River around 5 a.m. Friday. It began leaking diesel fuel. Eighty tons of cement will need to be pumped out from the trailers before they are removed from the vehicle.

Stranded residents plucked from Colo. floodwaters

09/13/2013 7:35pm
By truck and helicopter, thousands of people stranded by floodwaters came down from the Colorado Rockies on Friday, two days after seemingly endless rain turned normally scenic rivers and creeks into coffee-colored rapids that wrecked scores of roads and wiped out neighborhoods.

Police looking for 4 people involved in Woods Cross bank robbery

09/13/2013 8:16pm
Police are looking for four individuals involved in a bank robbery in Woods Cross Friday afternoon.

Experts warn of car dealerships scamming with 'yo-yo financing'

09/13/2013 9:05pm
Many people have heard of "lemon" cars, but experts are now warning car buyers about "lemon" loans that come with overpriced rates that damage credit scores.

Woman shares story to offer hope for mental illness

09/13/2013 9:17pm
Leah Harris, a national peer-support advocate and self-described "psychiatric survivor," said she made a deliberate choice to "live a life worth living" by changing the narrative of her life.

Nearly completed federal courthouse designed to maximize security, natural lighting

09/13/2013 9:40pm
Construction on the new federal courthouse in Salt Lake City is nearly 90 percent complete. The building at 351 S. West Temple is set to open next spring, and it looks nothing like the stately Frank E. Moss U.S. Courthouse it is replacing.

Body found on banks of Virgin River

09/13/2013 10:27pm
A medical examiner is working to identify a body found on the banks of the Virgin River on Friday in Washington County.

2 walks in Utah help to raise suicide prevention awareness

09/13/2013 10:44pm
Two walks will take place Saturday morning to raise awareness for suicide prevention and to support families who have suffered losses by suicide.

Rain causes flooding problems in parts of Utah

09/13/2013 10:47pm
A low-pressure system rotating slowly over the state created wet, cool weather for much of northern Utah and caused flooding problems in some areas.

KSL Weather Forecast

Updated: Friday October 19, 2018 5:01 am