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KSL Investigators Matt Gephardt, Brittany Glas and Mike Headrick....
Keri Wilcox, KSL TV

Matt Gephardt Joins Award-Winning KSL TV Investigative Team

Consumer reporter Matt Gephardt will work alongside Mike Headrick and Brittany Glas.
3 years ago
Dr. Matt Swenson talks with KSL TV's Dan Spindle...
Dan Spindle, KSL TV

Child Psychiatrist Shares The Best Ways For Parents To Get Their Kids To Open Up

Utah children and teens are grappling with intense circumstances surrounding depression, anxiety and even suicide. A Utah psychiatrist hopes to gives adults the tools they need to help.
3 years ago
Jack Lund...
Sam Penrod, KSL

Richfield Man Retires From Mail Delivery At Age 91

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.
4 years ago
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Mike Headrick, Tania Dean

Duped At The Dump? KSL Investigates ‘Recycling’ Fee

Many people are willing to pay extra to have something recycled. But what if that’s not happening?
4 years ago
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Debbie Dujanovic, Mark Stevens

Unaffordable Utah: In A Pinch? Here’s How Emergency Cash Options Stack Up

If you find yourself short on cash, where do you turn? Payday loans, 401(k) loans, or credit cards? We compare the pros and cons of several emergency cash options.
4 years ago
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Deanie Wimmer, KSL TV

Violent Behavior In Elementary Students Becoming More Prevalent

Teachers have noted that violent behavior among students has become more prevalent, and it's an indication of the mental health crisis in the state's schools. 
4 years ago
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Keith McCord, KSL TV

Bigger May Be Better At Auto Show

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 […]
4 years ago
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Sean Moody, KSL TV

SLC Librarian Retiring After 61 Years On The Job

Lenore Lewis said she never filled out a formal application, but began working at the library in the late 1950s.
4 years ago
Helen Vanderlinden...
Andrew Wittenberg, KSL TV

Meet the Family Behind Garden Gate Chocolate, Utah’s Holiday Tradition

Family has been the constant ingredient to a Utah holiday tradition for more than 75 years.
4 years ago
Curtis Green, pictured at his home in Utah County on Nov. 29, 2018, was entangled with a notorious ...
John Hollenhorst, KSL TV

Utah Man Forced To Fake Death After Dark Net Entanglement

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.
4 years ago
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Mike Headrick & Tania Dean

KSL Investigates: Was Sexting Ring at Union High School Properly Investigated?

When months passed with no charges filed and zero repercussions, the KSL Investigators decided to find out why.
4 years ago
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Sloan Schrage & Lori Prichard

New Technology Aims To Turn The Tide on Robocall Epidemic

Americans received over 5.1 billion automated phone calls last month. New technology could help stop some of those robocalls.
4 years ago
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Debbie Dujanovic, Mark Stevens and Emiley Dewey, KSL TV

Officers ‘Don’t Trust’ Salt Lake County Attorney, Refuse to Cooperate in Shooting Investigations

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.
4 years ago
Keith McCord, KSL-TV...
Keith McCord, KSL-TV

Playing Army the Old Fashioned Way

History buffs and war enthusiasts get together regularly at Gajo Games in Sandy to do battle on a big table.
4 years ago
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John Hollenhorst

What Utah Can Expect From Medical Marijuana, Through The Lens Of Minnesota’s Experience

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.
4 years ago
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Deanie Wimmer, KSL TV

Childhood Anxiety: How Utah Schools Are Addressing Rising Mental Health Challenges

According to the Child Mind Institute, nearly half of American youth will experience mental illness by age 18. Utah schools are feverishly trying to adapt to meet the needs.
4 years ago
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Mark Stevens & Debbie Dujanovic

KSL Investigates: Are Taxpayers Getting Soaked By Water District Salaries?

You don’t vote for them and you may have never heard of them. But employees of water conservancy districts earn some of the highest pay packages in the state.
4 years ago
Terry Baldwin lost $62,500 in a real estate wire fraud scheme....
Mark Stevens & Debbie Dujanovic

Homebuyers Targeted by Sophisticated Billion Dollar Hacking Scheme

The KSL Investigators recently uncovered a scheme that is netting crooks billions of dollars. The hackers target homebuyers, and the scam is hard to spot if you're not aware it's happening.
4 years ago
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Dave McCann

Learning Trust In God Through Tragedy

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.
4 years ago
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Andrew Adams

Halloween Only The Start For Lehi Man Who Decorates His House All Year

It took him 60 hours to prepare his yard for Halloween, but that only represents the beginning of the work.
4 years ago
Jennifer Kokai and her son Oliver Kokai-Means....
Peter Rosen

Utah Boy Shares Reality of Severe Anxiety – On Stage

About one in eight children struggle with anxiety. Oliver’s story is unique because it takes a dramatic turn -- ending up on stage.
4 years ago
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Lori Prichard

Virtual Exams: The Right Rx for What Ails You?

Having a doctor examination from miles away? Welcome to telemedicine.
4 years ago
Martina Pollard's fashion blog includes an ASMR video of her eating cucumbers....
Peter Rosen

That Tingling Feeling Called ASMR

Logan Smith is what's called an ASMRtist, someone who makes videos that give some viewers a tingling sensation called autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR).
4 years ago
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Ladd Egan

Unaffordable Utah: Man Questions $80K Hospital Bill; Experts Show How To Negotiate

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.
4 years ago
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