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Utah law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty remembered during trail ride

Alex Cabrero, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:16pm

The Utah Peace Officer Association held its annual trail ride Saturday on the Fallen Peace Officers Trail near Moab. The event honors Utah law enforcement officers who've died in the line of duty.

Local nonprofit mobilizes eye care to help kids see better

Wendy Leonard, KSL  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 6:37pm

Merit Medical employees and their dependents were treated to free vision benefits Saturday as local organization Eye Care 4 Kids provided the service.

Laughter, tears as former first lady Barbara Bush remembered

Juan A. Lozano, Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 6:24pm

Barbara Bush was remembered as the "first lady of the Greatest Generation" during a funeral Saturday attended by four former U.S. presidents and hundreds of other people who filled a Houston church with laughter as much as tears, with many recalling her quick wit and devotion to family.

Retiring Sen. Hatch bids farewell to Utah Republicans

Julian Hattem, Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 5:46pm

One of the longest-serving senators in U.S. history bid farewell to Utah Republican Party delegates Saturday, offering a solemn goodbye to the state that sent him to the Senate for 41 years.

Chemical weapons inspectors collect samples from Syria site

Philip Issa, Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 5:05pm

Chemical weapons inspectors collected samples from Syria's Douma on Saturday, two weeks after a suspected gas attack there followed by retaliatory strikes by Western powers on the Syrian government's chemical facilities.

Historic Rocky Mountain Raceways begins its 50th, final season

Nicole Vowell, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 4:32pm

The 2018 racing season will be the 50th and final season to be held at Rocky Mountain Raceways.

Can fasting improve health? Intermountain Healthcare conducting study to find out

Aley Davis, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 4:06pm

Intermountain Healthcare is on a mission to see if intermittent fasting is just another weight loss fad or actually a healthy practice.

Romney's nephew fails to make Colorado primary ballot

Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 3:33pm

Businessman Doug Robinson, a nephew of former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, failed to qualify for Colorado's Republican gubernatorial primary ballot, a state official announced Friday.

Orem residents upset with housing project near UVU force issue onto ballot

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 2:47pm

Residents angry about a proposed housing project near Utah Valley University have turned their petition in and are now waiting for their signatures to be certified.

Have You Seen This? This 360-degree drawing will blow your mind

Martha Ostergar, KSL.com Contributor  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 2:02pm

Creating masterful art on a 2D canvas is one thing, creating it inside every inch of a giant balloon is quite another.

Utah man gets 5 years in jail after robbing 3 banks in 3 states

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 1:16pm

A Utah man will serve five years and three months in federal prison after he robbed three banks in three states last fall.

Officials: Man in serious condition after stabbing in Summit County

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 12:28pm

A 62-year-old man is in serious-to-critical condition after a stabbing at a lodge near the Utah-Wyoming border Saturday, officials said.

Mob Museum in Vegas lets visitors play police officer

Regina Garcia Cano, Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 12:24pm

A museum in Las Vegas lets visitors pretend to be police officers to show the complexity of the decisions that law enforcement officers face when they encounter situations that may require use of deadly force.

Teamwork key as visually impaired vie in goalball tournament

Jared Page, KSL  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 11:04am

About 45 youths competed Friday at the 2018 Utah Goalball State Championship Tournament at the Copperview Recreation Center.

Investigation says Prince was isolated, addicted and in pain

Amy Forliti, Associated Press  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 10:26am

After Prince had to be revived from a drug overdose a week before his death, one friend told the musical superstar that he needed to stop taking painkillers. But Prince said he couldn't — his hands hurt so much that if he quit, he'd have to stop performing.

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Repeat after me: My child is not perfect and neither is yours

Brooke Romney, for The Deseret News  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 10:11am

My plan was to have perfect children. I know, I know, it is not realistic, but that never stopped me from reaching for the ideal. In fact, I was certain that if I mothered hard enough, there was a chance at beating the odds ... you know, having the kids who are always respectful, who cringe about an A-minus, who are consistently kind, who do their hair and clean their room, who are a delight to be around, who give 100 percent at all times, who don’t like sugar, who take spirituality seriously, who compose their own music, who are star athletes and, in their spare time, start nonprofits and code on the side for Microsoft.

Pres. Nelson visits future temple site, speaks to Mormons in Bangkok

Sam Penrod, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 9:45am

LDS Church President Russell M. Nelson's global ministry tour stopped in Thailand Friday, the sixth stop on his global ministry tour. He visited the property where a temple is planned and spoke to hundreds of Latter-day Saints during a evening devotional.

Winless in 3 matches, Utah Royals are 'hungry, thirsty' for goals

Sean Walker, KSL.com  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 9:02am

The newest club in the National Women’s Soccer League hasn’t scored in 267 minutes of regulation play, and a strong defense has only taken the team so far in a 0-2-1 start to the season.

How to decrease pollution caused by food

Connor Richards, KSL.com  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 8:20am

April 22 is Earth Day. Here are some pieces of advice from the Salt Lake City Department of Sustainability on how Utahns can fight pollution caused by food.

Opposing teams disagree on what led to lacrosse game brawl

Mike Anderson, KSL TV  |  Posted   Apr 21st - 7:10am

Days after a large fight broke out during a lacrosse game at Logan High School, coaches and parents say they were hoping to put the unfortunate event behind them. Instead they find themselves still working to set the record straight.

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