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Day of searching yields no suspect, motive for Herriman shooting

Ben Lockhart, KSL and Mitch Wilkinson, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 10:06pm

After a tense day of searching, police still do not have a suspect in custody nor a motive for a Saturday morning shooting that put many Herriman residents on edge, told to stay locked in their homes.

Sundance panel tackles future of VR in entertainment

Faith Heaton Jolley, KSL.com  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 9:37pm

With a variety of movies playing, a couple dozen people lined up instead to hear about the future of virtual reality and interactive technology in filmmaking Saturday during the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

US marches for women's rights slam Trump, encourage voting

Sandy Cohen, Verena Dobnik and Tamara Lush, Associated Press  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 8:58pm

Demonstrators from Los Angeles to New York marched in support of female empowerment and denounced President Donald Trump's views on immigration, abortion, LGBT rights and women's rights on Saturday, the anniversary of his inauguration.

Protecting clean air: How Utahns are tackling the air quality issue

Carter Williams, KSL.com  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 7:55pm

A few hundred people funneled through the booths at the Utah Clean Air Solutions Fair Saturday, learning ways to improve the air quality around them. It's a topic likely to be on the minds of Utah's lawmakers this year too.

Police cancel Amber Alert after pinging phone to find girl

Ben Lockhart, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 7:20pm

Police canceled an Amber Alert seeking the whereabouts of 8-year-old Jazsmine Corianna Leah Winston after locating her unharmed about an hour and 45 minutes after the alert was initially issued Saturday afternoon.

Rep. Mia Love among members of Congress refusing pay during shutdown

Caroline Kenny, CNN  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 7:13pm

Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, and several other members of Congress have asked that their pay be withheld during the government shutdown, with some saying they will donate that money to charity.

Activists march in support of pro-life movement

Jasen Lee, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 6:10pm

About 200 vocal advocates of the pro-life movement took to the snowy streets of downtown Salt Lake City Saturday to "walk the walk" in solidarity with the principles of eliminating abortion in Utah and nationwide.

Utah's Intermountain among hospital groups creating company to make cheap generic drugs

Linda A. Johnson, Associated Press  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 5:32pm

Several major not-for-profit hospital groups — including Utah-based Intermountain Healthcare — are trying their own solution to drug shortages and high prices: creating a company to make cheaper generic drugs.

Salt Lake City showcases clean-fuel buses for Capitol Connector

Preston Cathcart, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 4:02pm

UTA is adding a bus service that will run every 15 minutes between two Salt Lake TRAX stations and Capitol Hill throughout the legislative session. The newest buses use compressed natural gas or diesel/electric hybrid engines.

Provo exhibit reveals the art and complexity of pop-up books

KSL.com  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 12:26pm

Visitors to the Provo City Library will get to view the art, creativity and engineering behind some of their favorite pop-up books with the free traveling exhibit “Wizards of Pop: Robert Sabuda & Matthew Reinhart.’

Quiz: Find the made-up movie among the real Sundance film titles

Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 10:47am

KSL.com put together a quiz to put your movie-name savvy to the test.

Kids get taste of college at Westminster MLK celebration

Ashley Imlay, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 9:27am

On Friday, Westminster College continued its MLK celebrations with a service project for kids in the community.

Magna doctor fills vacant seat in Utah Senate

Preston Cathcart, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 8:51am

Brian Zehnder was sworn in Tuesday as a member of the Utah Senate, filling the vacancy left when Sen. Brian Shiozawa, R-Cottonwood Heights, accepted a position with the Trump administration.

Utah national parks will stay open in shutdown without rangers

The Associated Press  |  Posted   Jan 20th - 8:12am

Utah officials say the state's five national parks will still be accessible if the federal government shuts down after failing to reach a budget deal by midnight Friday.

Winter storm adds to Christmas spirit that 'lingers' in Davis County neighborhood

Andrew Adams, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 19th - 10:42pm

While many may be celebrating a significant winter storm finally dropping snow in Utah, the weather might mean a little more to one neighborhood where several of the houses seem to still be ‘dreaming of a white Christmas.’”

Former Utah Olympic medalist embraces family life, reflects on upcoming Games

Alex Cabrero, KSL TV  |  Posted   Jan 19th - 10:17pm

One of Utah's favorite athletes from the 2014 Olympics won't be competing in the 2018 Games. Nowadays, Noelle Pikus-Pace keeps busy with her family and says she wouldn't trade it for anything.

'Evil came knocking on my door' father says of teen who raped, killed 12-year-old girl

McKenzie Romero, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 19th - 9:11pm

Jayden Sterzer was 15 years old when he asked 12-year-old Kailey Vijil to help find his lost cat, luring her away to rape and murder her. He was sentenced to a secure youth facility Friday, and will eventually be sentenced to prison.

UDOT patches burned freeway, avoids days of closure

Pat Reavy, KSL  |  Posted   Jan 19th - 7:58pm

It took a team effort, but southbound I-15 at the site of an explosive tanker fire that snarled traffic starting Thursday night, opened in time for Friday evening's commute.

Major ID theft and fraud ring busted in southern Utah, police say

Keith McCord, KSL TV  |  Posted   Jan 19th - 7:33pm

Law enforcement agencies in southern Utah cracked what they call a major identity fraud and theft ring involving hundreds of victims, possibly in several states.

Heavy snowstorm forecast to create difficult driving conditions throughout Utah

Joseph Witham, St. George News  |  Posted   Jan 19th - 7:23pm

The majority of Utah is expected to be whitewashed this weekend as a winter storm moves through the state beginning Friday, creating potentially hazardous road conditions into Saturday and Sunday.