As Utah searches for solutions to gun violence, special court orders may be one piece in the puzzle to prevent suicides, murders, and mass shootings.
- Price police on dinner break drug bust: 'It completely came together right'
- Hundreds of Utahns plan to join 'March for our Lives' and pro-gun march
- New technology at Orem hospital connects NICU baby to father deployed overseas
- Competing marches for school safety planned for Saturday in Utah
- Utah Poison Control Center's suggestions to prevent poisonings
- Hackers get into voting machines during “HackWest” convention
The flu season may be winding down, but parents of young children have reason to remain watchful.
Apple wants emojis to better represent people with disabilities.
In Search of Safe Schools, KSL has examined ideas from other states, talked with experts here in Utah, and started a community conversation. But what do parents think?
In Search of Safe Schools, KSL sat down with members of Utah law enforcement to hear their ideas on keeping our kids safe.
In Search of Safe Schools, KSL looked to other states for ideas as Utah lawmakers consider solutions. We also wanted to know what teachers think needs to happen here in Utah.
The Festival of Colors at the Krishna Temple is said to be the largest celebration of Holi in all of North America. More than 15- thousand people are expected to be here Saturday for this unique cultural event.
It is a hotly contested idea getting national attention: arming teachers in the classroom. In February, President Trump told reporters he is for the idea following the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
Following the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., that left 17 people dead, several Wasatch Front school districts saw an uptick in the number of school threats they had to investigate. No district may have seen a larger increase in reported threats than Granite School District.
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