There are now plenty of appointments available in Salt Lake County for people to get their COVID-19 vaccination, and a walk-in clinic opens Monday. The county received 20,000 extra doses for next week, and vaccine supply is growing.
More than a year since the start of the pandemic, many restaurants are still struggling to make up for revenue and staffing lost during the pandemic. But a new fund announced Tuesday could offer some relief to hard-hit food establishments across the U.S.
Ballet West returns to the Capitol Theatre stage over the weekend with three performances of "The Glass Slipper." The production features a young dancer we at KSL-TV News have been following for years.
A Utah nurse has been raising awareness about the long-term impacts the past year has had on medical workers. Even though she has never tested positive for coronavirus, she said she considers herself a COVID-19 long hauler.
A video clip has been making the rounds after a dog decided to make a run for the finish line at a Logan track meet. It was an embarrassing moment for the dog's owners, but the runner who won the race said there were no hard feelings.
Social media has become one of the most important ways in how the world communicates and how business gets done. That has prompted social media giants like Facebook to step up their security measures. Consequently, some people get locked out of their accounts.
For the past year, Carina Rios had been studying to become a citizen of the United States. She and her husband, who are Argentina natives, started the application process a month before the pandemic hit.
The number of COVID-19 cases in Utah has stabilized over the last month after steady declines. Doctors with University of Utah Health say there are also early signs in the data that we will likely see another rise in new cases. But, right now, they believe the vaccines can hold off the virus.
If spam calls seem out of control to you, you are far from being alone. Utahns received over 35 million robocalls last month according to the YouMail Robocall Index – that’s a robocall every 13.1 seconds.
Spools of magnetic tape captured the voice of Joyce Yost on the morning of April 4, 1985. An audio cassette rolled as Yost offered a step-by-step account of her sexual assault at the hands of a man she’d never met.
Deputies from the Salt Lake County Sheriff's Office have started the healing process after two of their own were shot in the line of duty. A former police officer wants them and other first responders to know there is help.
The number of homes on the market—known as inventory—has plummeted by 72% so far this month for a large portion of Utah when compared to April of last year, according to the Utah Association of Realtors.
Best Friends Animal Society is asking for the public’s help to find the people who stole catalytic converters from two of their vans, a costly crime that police departments across the nation are dealing with.