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F-35 marks 6 years in Utah skies

KSL TV's Dan Spindle got to see the view from a fighter jet while safely on the ground.
1 year ago

GPS gadgets and other devices that can help parents keep tabs on their children

Moms and dads have all sorts of gadget options that can help their peace of mind while keeping tabs on their kids.
1 year ago

Sampling of Utah wastewater shows rise in coronavirus

The surveillance acts as a leading indicator, even an early warning system about the level of virus in the community.
1 year ago

Huge boom in COVID-19 testing in Utah creating long lines

There were some very long lines for the thousands of people trying to get a COVID-19 test Wednesday. Some waited an hour or two or even more.
1 year ago

Salt Lake County leaders discuss plans to reduce Little Cottonwood Canyon traffic

Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson is leaning more toward adding more buses over installing a gondola, but she says there has to be a phased-in approach that will be less expensive and less harmful to our environment.
1 year ago

Afghan refugee arrives in Utah after Taliban takeover

Catholic Community Services of Utah welcomed an Afghan refugee Tuesday night.
1 year ago

Wednesday’s Child: 12-year-old Peter looking for forever family

“Being adopted means having a family that cares, be there for you when you need it.”
1 year ago

Texas 6-week abortion ban takes effect, with high court mum

A Texas law banning most abortions in the state took effect at midnight, but the Supreme Court has yet to act on an emergency appeal to put the law on hold.
1 year ago

Utah among first states to allow digital driver’s licenses with Apple Wallet

Apple announced Wednesday it's working with the state of Utah on the rollout of driver's licenses and state identification cards in its Wallet app.
1 year ago

U. student in quarantine worries she’ll fall behind without Zoom options

A University of Utah student, who is sick with COVID-19, said she's concerned the school isn't doing enough to prevent quarantined students from getting behind in their coursework. KSL-TV spoke with a university official about their guidelines.
1 year ago

Patient cost for COVID treatments about to rise for some

An ICU stay is not cheap, but some have been lucky enough that their COVID treatment has been covered 100%. As KSL Investigator Matt Gephardt found out, that’s about to change.
1 year ago

Sculptors working on butter cow for Utah State Fair

Sculptors with Dairy West have begun building the annual "butter cow" to be displayed at the Utah State Fair.
1 year ago

South Salt Lake Police looking for sexual assault suspect

A man is wanted on suspicion of aggravated burglary and aggravated sexual assault in South Salt Lake.
1 year ago

State Dept. recommends SLC for Afghan refugees

The U.S. State Department is highlighting Salt Lake City in its resettlement recommendations for Afghan and Iraqi refugees.
1 year ago

Magnitude 4.7 earthquake shakes northeast Nevada

People reported feeling the quake from West Wendover to Battle Mountain.
1 year ago

Baby in critical condition after nearly drowning in bathtub

A 1-year-old was flown to Primary Children's Hospital after nearly drowning.
1 year ago

Crosswalk safety reminders as children head back to school

Make sure you and your family know the steps to take to use crosswalks properly.
1 year ago

How to stream Utah college football games

Here's how you can still watch your favorite teams on the gridiron without the expensive satellite or cable package.
1 year ago

Popular Ogden bakery burns down

Topper Bakery, a staple of the Ogden community for 82 years, was destroyed in a fire late Monday night.
1 year ago

Seasonal flu expected to collide with COVID-19 in ‘twindemic’

The seasonal flu this fall will likely arrive on top of the COVID-19 pandemic. Doctors and medical experts in Utah said they were concerned that a “twindemic” could further stress our hospitals and health care systems.
1 year ago

Trans-Siberian Orchestra sets SLC tour date for Thanksgiving week

Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be back in Utah for the holiday season this year.
1 year ago

UVU announces vaccine mandate for spring semester

Utah Valley University announced it will require students to have the COVID-19 vaccine beginning in the spring semester.
1 year ago

Utah Task Force 1 helping Hurricane Ida response in Louisiana

Five specially trained first responders from Utah deployed to the Gulf Coast over the weekend and are prepared for anything.
1 year ago

How To ‘Summer Safely’ On Utah’s Roads

Historically, Memorial Day to Labor Day is considered the deadliest time on Utah roads when fatal crashes nearly double.
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