It was August 1949, when the U.S. postal service stopped using the train to deliver mail to Richfield, and a 21-year-old kid, made his first mail run in a delivery truck from Salt Lake, back to his hometown.
SANDY, Utah – It’s the new car season, which means auto shows are taking place all over the country. And, the big Utah International Auto Expo is now open in Sandy. This show is one of 63 that are being held around the country, and it’s always a popular event as tens of thousands will […]
A Utah man who once was persuaded by federal agents to undergo fake torture — and even his own fake death — is finally telling his amazing story. It's a made-for-the-movies drama of how he became entangled with a notorious website called Silk Road.
A breakdown of trust between the Utah Fraternal Order of Police and Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill over officer involved shootings have officers remaining silent, and the KSL Investigators searching for answers.
To some it is a threat, to others a Godsend. In Minnesota, hundreds of marijuana plants are now growing legally. Nearly two-thirds of the states have already legalized medical marijuana. Their experience may provide clues about what Utah can expect if medicinal marijuana is approved.
It's been two years since 21-year-old Annie Schmidt died while hiking in the Columbia River Gorge in Oregon. Her mother, Michelle Schmidt recently wrote a book called “Carried” about how her faith in God helped her through the unthinkable.
Medical billing advocates say a Utah man should consider himself lucky after his insurance covered most of his out-of-state emergency room visit and appendectomy that resulted in nearly $80,000 in bills.