Police identify motorcyclist who died in Friday hit-and-run crash on SR 201
Authorities have identified a man who died Friday in a hit-and-run motorcycle crash.
Sean Walker, KSL.com | Posted Apr 22nd - 11:01am
We don’t know her name, but we do know that her particular hairstyle has gone viral, thanks in large part to ESPN’s camera crew and several pop-culture websites like SI’s Extra Mustard, Larry Brown Sports and YouTube’s House of Hig
The Associated Press | Posted Apr 22nd - 10:29am
A Roy man who initially reported being shot while trying to stop a crime has admitted to lying to authorities.
Tania Dean, KSL TV | Posted Apr 22nd - 8:18am
On April 8, a gunman led police on a chase through the streets of Salt Lake — a chase that ended in a hail of gunfire after the gunman crashed into a store. That store was Princess Alterations at 3339 S. State in South Salt Lake. Two weeks later, it’s still in shambles and the owners say they can’t stay there.
The Associated Press | Posted Apr 22nd - 7:40am
Utah County prosecutors are looking into partnering with area justice courts to create a specialized court for domestic violence cases — a first of its kind in the state.
Sean Walker, KSL.com and Yvette Cruz, KSL.com | Posted Apr 22nd - 7:21am
Here are 10 stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
Jeff Richards, St. George News | Posted Apr 21st - 10:36pm
The Utah Shakespeare Festival and the Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA) recently broke ground on a multipart project meant to enhance the guest experience at the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts on the campus of Southern Utah University.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Apr 21st - 9:58pm
An 18-year-old rock climber who fell 20 feet while rappelling Saturday remains hospitalized and in a coma.
Lisa Riley Roche, KSL | Posted Apr 21st - 7:15pm
Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks chief executive considering a third-party run for president in 2020, has postponed a planned visit to Utah this week.
Jed Boal, KSL TV | Posted Apr 21st - 6:41pm
More than 60 bridges statewide are listed as structurally deficient. A recent nationwide assessment, however, ranks Utah’s bridges among the best.
Annie Knox, KSL | Posted Apr 21st - 5:10pm
Faith leaders and members of Utah's congressional delegation had messages of sympathy and support for Sri Lank following a series of a Easter bombings.
Amy Joi O'Donoghue, KSL | Posted Apr 21st - 1:46pm
A new summary of the health impacts caused by the accidental release of fluoride in Sandy says there were 239 cases of sick people.
Aley Davis, KSL TV | Posted Apr 21st - 12:35pm
Most people know too much added sugar isn’t very good for us, but manufacturers are getting smart and sneaking it into everything. One Utah family is making a habit of reading labels and decreasing their sugar intake.
Cara MacDonald, KSL.com | Posted Apr 21st - 11:22am
Salt Lake City, heavily influenced by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is often thought by outsiders as not being religiously diverse. The reality is much to the contrary.
Jasen Lee, KSL | Posted Apr 21st - 9:19am
On Monday, Utah Treasurer David Damschen, along with the Utah Financial Empowerment Coalition will host the first "Women in the Money" Utah Financial Empowerment Conference "to empower Utah women to achieve financial security."
Ian Dempsey, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Apr 21st - 8:11am
KSL spoke with local outdoor professionals about their favorite do-it-yourself gear repair and self-care hacks, as well as their philosophy on gear repair.
Brady McCombs, The Associated Press | Posted Apr 21st - 7:35am
Environmental organizations are suing the Trump administration over the approval a coal-mining project near a national park in southern Utah.
Matt Rascon, KSL TV | Posted Apr 20th - 8:55pm
A burglar caught in broad daylight diving through the drive-thru window at a café in Sugar House likely got away empty-handed, thanks to a barista.
Sloan Schrage, KSL TV | Posted Apr 20th - 8:06pm
Breaking old habits or even adopting new ones is no walk in the park, but now many people are finding success in using their smartphones to tackle habits.
John Hollenhorst, KSL TV | Posted Apr 20th - 7:31pm
A hiker in southern Utah has found what appear to be old Spanish coins possibly dating back to the time of the conquistadors and perhaps even earlier.
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