Drug operation hit nearly every high school in Salt Lake Valley, police say
Police say his drugs were getting into nearly every high school in Salt Lake County and multiple middle schools.
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Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Nov 18th - 11:11pm
Zion National Park is turning 100 Tuesday. And with a doubling of annual visitors over the last decade while its operating budget remains much the same, the state’s most popular national park is feeling its age.
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The Minnesota Timberwolves became the first opposing team to win in Salt Lake City, beating the Jazz 112-102 Monday.
Katie McKellar, KSL | Posted Nov 18th - 9:22pm
The legal battle over the Utah Inland Port Authority and whether it violated the Utah Constitution took a public stage for the first time Monday with arguments in front of a judge.
Jennifer Guzman, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 9:01pm
The Mexican Consulate is hosting the opening ceremony Tuesday for its third Binational Education Week, a program dedicated to helping immigrant Mexicans find ways to return to, or continue, their education.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 8:33pm
A slow-moving storm that’s forecast to bring rain and snow throughout the state this week could bring St. George's record dry spell to an end.
Paul Nelson, KSL Newsradio | Posted Nov 18th - 8:04pm
Shelter officials say they’ve just recently completed some of the final “finishing touches” inside the new center. The original plan was for the center to open at the end of June.
KSL.com Sports | Posted Nov 18th - 7:00pm
Follow along as the Utah Jazz take on the Minnesota Timberwolves at Vivint Smart Home Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, with KSL.com's live Game Center.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Nov 18th - 6:55pm
Jayden Sterzer, who as a teenager asked a neighbor girl, Kailey Vijil, to help search for his lost cat, then raped and murdered her, has been ordered to up to life in prison.
The Associated Press | Posted Nov 18th - 6:17pm
More than 800 rear-seat passengers who weren’t wearing seat belts were killed last year in U.S. traffic crashes, and a highway safety group says states aren’t making enough progress in getting people to buckle up.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 6:03pm
For many of the players on the current roster, head football coach Kalani Sitake was the primary reason they came to BYU. And his three-year contract extension was a personal goal, tucked in the back of their minds, all season long.
Ashley Imlay, KSL | Posted Nov 18th - 5:38pm
While Utah’s number of veterans experiencing homelessness has decreased by 40% over the last 10 years, more can be done to help those who remain or are at risk.
Lauren Bennett, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 4:53pm
Fire crews fought fires at two abandoned homes next door to each other on 900 West on the same day.
Pat Reavy, KSL | Posted Nov 18th - 4:46pm
A Lehi man recently arrested and accused of enticing a minor during an undercover police operation had previously paid a teenage girl to engage in sexual activity with him, according to prosecutors.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 4:18pm
Bravo’s massively popular “Real Housewives” reality show franchise is on its way to Utah next year. Here’s how the franchise became so popular.
Sara Ashley O'Brien, CNN | Posted Nov 18th - 3:20pm
One month after WeWork's former CEO, Adam Neumman, received a massive payout despite all but running the company into the ground, more than 12,000 global staffers are bracing for mass layoffs this week.
Carter Williams, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 2:31pm
State wildlife officials continue to emphasize safety amid a dramatic spike in bear sightings compared to 2018.
Liesl Nielsen, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 1:48pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints released a new missionary handbook Friday that focuses less on rules and more on principles.
Ryan Miller, KSL.com | Posted Nov 18th - 1:25pm
Donovan Mitchell was disgusted by the story. A Pleasant Grove high school senior waking up to find his car covered in manure. It was awful, it was horrendous. Mitchell had to take action.
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