On Jan. 6 as most of the world was watching the riot unfold at the U.S. Capitol, a Utah teen did something that surprised us.
On his first full day in office, Utah’s 18th governor weighed in on the 2020 presidential election and the future he hopes to see for the Republican party.
As Americans anxiously wait for the Presidential Election results to come in, one local therapist said he's hearing from patients about the stress they're feeling because of it.
Despite being on opposite sides of the political spectrum, two neighbors decided to have a little fun instead of getting angry with each other, and they said they learned something in the process.
Political battles over COVID-19. Civil unrest. A presidential race still undecided. The country is deeply divided. KSL TV has launched a new series of reports highlighting how Utahns are reaching our to their neighbors and looking for ways to find common ground.
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- Mayor Erin Mendenhall Updates SLC Mask Order (pageviews: 1203)
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