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One group would like to see if Utah voters want to keep the new flag

Since the narrow passing of Senate Bill 31 in March of this year, many Utahns have embraced the new flag. Opponents, however, have been working overtime to reverse this change.
3 days ago

A storm and inversion relief is on its way to Utah

People should be able to breathe a little bit easier this weekend. A major winter storm is expected to dump snow all over Northern Utah and clear out the nasty air.
7 days ago

2034 Olympics won’t impact approval of gondola, says Mayor Wilson

Salt Lake County Mayor Jenny Wilson said she does not think the 2034 Olympics will impact UDOT’s approval of a proposed gondola in Little Cottonwood Canyon.
1 month ago

The one in SLC: The Friends Experience to open at The Gateway

Beginning Oct. 20, the Gateway will open "The Friends Experience"; an exhibit designed to give fans an immersive experience into the beloved TV show and the iconic sets it featured.
2 months ago

The ‘couples ruse’ revisited: New accusations against Tim Ballard

A second lawsuit has been filed against Tim Ballard, this time from a couple who blames their separation was caused by Ballard's "couples ruse" and "spiritual manipulation".
2 months ago

Another big Utah winter? A KSL meteorologist weighs in

Meteorologists and snow bunnies are hoping for another strong Utah winter, but what are the realistic chances of that happening again?
2 months ago

Wife of Tim Ballard responds to questions of husband’s church standing

SALT LAKE CITY — The wife of Tim Ballard issued a statement Monday afternoon saying she and her husband are cooperating with their local religious leaders. Katherine Ballard, Tim Ballard’s wife, said they are “in touch” with their ecclesiastical leaders. Tim Ballard asserted two weeks ago he was a faithful member in good standing with […]
2 months ago

Utah national parks will stay open if there’s a government shutdown

Utah national parks will stay open if there’s a government shutdown
2 months ago

Housing unit quarantined after scabies outbreak at state correctional facility

Inmates in one housing unit at the Utah State Correctional Facility were quarantined this week because of an outbreak of scabies.
2 months ago

A chance for Utah to say goodbye to elephants at the Hogle Zoo

The elephants at Utah’s Hogle Zoo will soon be leaving the state and will be relocated to a different zoo that has a larger herd. Officials say the move will better allow the continuation of mother, Christie, and daughter, Zuri’s multigenerational herd.
3 months ago

Leonardo DiCaprio speaks up for Great Salt Lake

Just as he’s done for years, Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio is promoting awareness of a major environmental issue. This time around, his focus is on Great Salt Lake.
3 months ago

Restructuring and reports of a rant: Changes at the Utah County Elections Office

The Utah County Clerk's Office has had some big changes, losing its top three election staff in as many months. Combined, that's 39 yrs of experience. HR records show the new Assistant Elections Director has 6 months and HR complaints against her.
3 months ago

Unmarried couples are buying more homes together than ever, report says

A new report by the National Association of Realtors found that more unmarried couples are buying homes together.
3 months ago

Utah National Guard members to assist Morocco in the aftermath of deadly earthquake

In response to the disaster, Gov. Spencer Cox has announced that members of the Utah National Guard will leave Saturday to assist Morocco.
3 months ago

Team at Hill AF Base helps fix massive long-range radar in Nevada

A team at Hill Air Force Base is credited with helping to fix a massive piece of radar equipment on the top of a mountain in Nevada. It’s equipment that helps protect the airspace in Utah and other western states.
3 months ago

Owners of The Rush Funplex fined for violating child labor laws

The United States Department of Labor discovered that two locations of The Rush Funplex in Utah were violating child labor laws.
3 months ago

Sandy neighbors voice concern for proposed transitional housing

A public hearing about Sandy transitional housing for those experiencing homelessness will be Sept. 7.
3 months ago

The legacy of Blazing Needles; local knitting shop closing after 16 years

Blazing Needles owner, Cynthia Mills, has announced the shop will be permanently closing its doors after 16 years.
4 months ago

Former Congresswoman Mia Love, talks about cancer diagnosis

Mia Love, who served as a United States Congresswoman for Utah’s 4th congressional district from 2015 to 2019, spoke to young Latter-day Saints at a YSA Area Conference about her battle with brain cancer.
4 months ago

UTA announces ‘Zero Fare for Clean Air’ on Thursday and Friday

Utah Transit Authority announced free fare days August 17-18. The free fare days, called “Zero Fare for Clean Air” are funded by the Utah State Legislature. The project intends to increase awareness and encourage public transit use on bad air quality days. 
4 months ago

What it takes to make a high school marching band show

High school marching band students spend about 2,600 hours preparing their fall competition show.
4 months ago

Community raises $76K for West Jordan family after fatal hiking accident

Nearly 900 people have donated to help a West Jordan family after a hiking accident killed a father of three in late July.
4 months ago

Judge dismisses Utah lawsuit challenging Bears Ears, Grand Staircase monuments

A United States District Judge for the District of Utah has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes which challenged President Joe Biden’s re-establishment of the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments. 
4 months ago

President Joe Biden arrives in Utah

President Joe Biden arrived in Utah Wednesday afternoon. It’s Biden’s first trip to the Beehive State since 2016 when he was vice president.
4 months ago