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Herriman track star-turned-bobsledder makes Olympic debut

Kaysha Love had dreams of one day going to the Olympics, but in her dreams, there was no snow and ice.
6 months ago

US Olympic Committee focused on athletes’ mental health during Beijing Games

As the 2022 Winter Olympics get underway, a greater focus is being put on athletes’ mental health.
6 months ago

Utah family pushes awareness as COVID-19 increases risk of diabetes in kids 

 It’s been 7 years since we first introduced you to Kycie Terry. The bubbly, beautiful 5-year-old had everything ahead of her when she came down with what family and doctors thought was the flu in January of 2015.  
7 months ago

I-80 reopens after two moose force troopers to shut it down

There were major traffic backups along Interstate 80 Sunday as two moose forced troopers to shut the interstate down.
7 months ago

Silver Lining To Silver Medal: MyKayla Skinner Reacts To Comeback Olympic Moment

Skinner's path to the podium was unconventional, to say the least, but how she got there really doesn't matter. What matters is that she seized the moment she was given and showed she deserved to be there.
1 year ago

Made In SLC: Roughly Half Of Tokyo Olympic Archers Are Shooting Utah-Made Bows

"I know without a doubt it's what I can win with." Top-ranked archer Brady Ellison uses bows made in Salt Lake City in his quest for Olympic gold.
1 year ago

Advice From the First Ever Women’s Olympic Surfing Champion

"You have to be very present because if you're not present, mother nature can just come and sweep you off your feet."
1 year ago

SLC Olympian May Understand Pressure Felt By Simone Biles More Than Most

Most people will never know the pressure Olympic athletes are under to perform but Nathan Chen does.
1 year ago

Remembering Susan Powell’s Sons Seven Years After Their Murder

In a story filled with twists and turns, it was the turn no one saw coming.
4 years ago

Odd Document, Behavior At Son’s School Noted In Susan Powell Case

A surprising document from the Susan Powell case files has provided insights into the mind of Josh Powell after his wife went missing. It revealed one of several odd behaviors involving the elementary school where son Charlie attended. 
4 years ago

Evidence In Susan Powell Case Police Could Never Identify

Blackened, charred and burned beyond recognition, this single piece of evidence from the Susan Powell case could hold answers to what really happened to her. To this day, no one knows what it is.
4 years ago

COLD: The Cost of Domestic Abuse

You can hear more about Susan's fears in the final months before she disappeared in Episode 3 of the COLD podcast, available now on all major podcast platforms and at TheColdPodcast.com
4 years ago

COLD: Inside The Mind Of Steven Powell

KSL’s new investigative podcast series Cold enters its 2nd week with more bombshell revelations, this time dealing not with Josh Powell, but instead his father, Steven.
4 years ago

Former Girlfriend: Josh Powell Kept Me ‘On A Short Leash’

In the years since Susan Powell disappeared hundreds of tips, interviews and searches have come up empty. There's been no sign of the mother of two since 2009 but her story has stayed in the headlines.
4 years ago

Brigham Young Descendent Remembers Thinking July 24 Celebrations Were For His Birthday

"On that particular day, it was the hottest day in the history of Utah. 104 degrees," he said with a chuckle, imagining how hot it must have been for his mother in a hospital without air conditioning.
4 years ago

Flood Insurance 101

Before you're cleaning water, mud or worse out of your home, take a minute to learn about flood insurance.
4 years ago

Warriors Over the Wasatch air show coming this weekend

UDOT, the UTA and HAFB are all asking the public to take mass transit to the show. It's likely the fastest and easiest option.
4 years ago

Former LDS Seminary building gets new life as free health clinic for Granite School District employees

Inside, you'll find the purple and blue hues, wood trim and fabric walls that millions of LDS youth know all too well. But these classrooms where instructors once taught church doctrine and history will soon be used for a vastly different purpose
4 years ago

Hill airmen return from six-month deployment, the first for the F-35As

Saturday afternoon, a chartered jet landed at Hill Air Force Base, carrying many of the airmen who were on the deployment. Over the next few days, around 300 airmen from Hill will return home. 
4 years ago

CPR saves teen basketball player during tournament

If you were at one of your kids' sporting events and somebody had a medical problem and struggled to breathe, would you know what to do?
4 years ago

LDS faithful travel over 12 hours to hear Pres. Nelson in Kenya

Beginning their journeys on Sunday night, some African members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints slept on buses and waited outside the venue for hours before a special conference with President Russell M. Nelson Monday.
4 years ago

President Nelson’s world tour begins in England

"Whenever I'm comfortably situated in my home, I'm in the wrong place. I need to be where the people are. I need to bring them the message of the Savior."
4 years ago

Hepatitis A outbreak turns deadly in Salt Lake County

The first death happened in January.  But, the health department did not get that death confirmation until today.  The second hepatitis death occurred in late March.
4 years ago

KSL Investigates: Which new schools may be putting students in ‘smog zone’

For the past seven years, the Environmental Protection Agency has warned schools nationwide about the dangers of building near busy roads.
4 years ago