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Utah adds Spanish version of suicide prevention tool on World Mental Health Day

Utah celebrated World Mental Health Day with a first-of-its-kind prevention training — in Spanish.
7 months ago

Utah Highway Patrol: 20 deaths so far this year in road rage crashes

From tailgating to brake checking, KSL explores road rage remedies and realities.
7 months ago

Lehi E. coli outbreak: 2-year-old girl remains hospitalized after kidney failure

The E. coli outbreak tied to Lehi’s irrigation water has grown to 13 cases and seven hospitalizations.
7 months ago

Lehi City: No new E. coli cases; reduced counts of bacteria in irrigation water

There have been no new E. coli cases or hospitalizations in recent weeks, however, residents are being told to exercise caution if they choose to use irrigation water, Lehi City said in an update this week.
8 months ago

Permanent repairs at Bridal Veil Falls won’t begin until next spring

Even though summer’s coming to an unofficial end this weekend, the aftermath of an avalanche from last winter is still causing problems at Bridal Veil Falls.
8 months ago

‘Tip of the iceberg’: Lehi E. coli outbreak could be hundreds of cases

The state health department released more information on the scope of the E. coli outbreak in Lehi that has resulted in 12 lab-confirmed cases and six hospitalizations.
8 months ago

Head of Utah National Guard, on paid leave, denies having improper relationship  

Despite the U.S. Army Inspector General Agency concluding an investigation into the head of the Utah National Guard and finding the allegations substantiated, Maj. Gen. Michael Turley said in a statement to KSL Friday afternoon, Turley said, “I do deny any allegations of an improper relationship.” 
8 months ago

New elementary in Eagle Mountain built just in time for school year

It was a race to the finish line to complete a new elementary school in the Eagle Mountain in time for the first day of class.
8 months ago

Parents concerned about ongoing construction at Enterprise High School

With school starting next week in southern Utah's Washington County, some parents are worried about ongoing construction at Enterprise High School.
9 months ago

45 Utahns buy homes in initial week of $20k assistance program

More than $3 million has already been spoken for during the first week of Utah’s new, $20,000 first-time homebuyer assistance program.
9 months ago

Three times the joy as triplet missionaries arrive home together

A Utah family welcomed home not one, but three missionaries Tuesday at the Salt Lake City International Airport.
9 months ago

Report: Utah housing market stays cool in June; new listings down 30%

Higher mortgage rates are not only making homes less affordable for buyers but they’re also resulting in fewer homes on the market.
9 months ago

Hot weather fueling harmful algae growth across Utah

As the summer heat continues in Utah, harmful algae is becoming more of a problem with several county health departments issuing watches and warnings.
9 months ago

Draper fire captain: Fire danger higher now than on July 4th

Dry grasses and expected gusts of wind have Draper’s fire department worried about fireworks on this Pioneer Day.
9 months ago

Lehi Fire Department pleads with drivers to pull over and stop for fire trucks, ambulances

Lehi firefighters are nervous about the hot and dry conditions combined with fireworks this holiday weekend. They’re also dealing with another problem: drivers not pulling over and letting fire trucks pass.
9 months ago

BYU students build robotic bee to communicate through ‘waggle dance’

Students at Brigham Young University have been hard at work cracking the code of the honeybees’ dance, which is used to communicate.
9 months ago

‘Everything is drying out’: Provo issues fire restriction order

Provo City’s fire marshal has issued a fire restriction order prohibiting campfires along the city’s east bench and canyons.
9 months ago

Harmful algal blooms detected at Utah Lake’s Lincoln Beach and Provo Bay

The Utah County Health Department issued warnings for two areas in the southern end of Utah Lake for harmful algal blooms.
9 months ago

Summer demand for food assistance surges just as donations drop

With children out of school and eating more at home, food pantries across Utah are reporting a jump in demand, but at the same time, food donations have dropped off.
10 months ago

Man hospitalized after portion of power line structure falls on him in Spanish Fork Canyon

A 22-year-old man sustained critical injuries Thursday after part of the high-transmission power line tower he was helping build fell, hitting him and trapping him for a time.
10 months ago

Provo airport will soon become international airport, mayor says

Mayor Michelle Kaufusi announced the Provo Airport would soon become an international airport.
10 months ago

Two Utah wildland firefighters hospitalized for heat illnesses

Two Utah firefighters are recovering after suffering from heat illnesses Monday evening while fighting the Cedar Knoll Fire near Birdseye.
10 months ago

‘We need to be as vigilant as ever’: Utah county fire chiefs urge caution with fireworks

Fire officials in northern Utah County are urging residents not to let their guard down with fireworks just because of the wet spring.
10 months ago

UDOT: Minimal delays expected on Utah’s roads over Fourth of July weekend

The five-day Independence Day weekend should be mostly smooth sailing on Utah’s roadways, according to the Utah Department of Transportation.
10 months ago