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Ancient granaries, part of the House on Fire ruins are shown here in the South Fork of Mule Canyon in the Bears Ears National Monument on May 12, 2017 outside Blanding, Utah. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)
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  • Ancient granaries, part of the House on Fire ruins are shown here in the South Fork of Mule Canyon in the Bears Ears National Monument on May 12, 2017 outside Blanding, Utah. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

    KSL+: The division surrounding Bear’s Ears

    A reversal in a years-long land dispute in southern Utah. President Joe Biden expanding Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments, drawing praise from tribal leaders and conservationists, and criticism from some residents and state leaders and delegates. But why the back and forth over the years and what does this latest decision mean for the land and people moving forward?
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    KSL+: A deeper look at “Where Are the Workers?”

    We know that many industries are struggling with staffing right now. But where did all the workers go? We know for sure, they aren’t living off unemployment. This week, News Specialist Deanie Wimmer looked at where the workers went and she joins us to look at what businesses will need to do to get people back.
  • KSL+: Overwhelmed hospitals leaving non-COVID patients worried

    As Utah hospitals fill up with COVID patients, most of them unvaccinated, others looking for treatment are having their procedures and treatments postponed. We talk with one Utah family that is worried they miss the one chance at a kidney transplant as hospitals delay surgeries.
  • KSL+: Looking back at long term impacts of 9/11

    All this week, KSL has been examining the lasting impacts of 9/11 as we approach the 20th anniversary. On KSL+ we dive deeper into the missed opportunities that may have kept us from the great divide we experiencing today
  • KSL+: Efforts to end mask mandate bans

    Families and the feds both pushing back on Utah's law, banning state-wide mask mandates in schools. Many worry now that the law discriminates against kids with disabilities.
  • KSL+: Utahns stuck in Afghanistan

    As the world watches in horror at the fall of the Afghan government, just days after the US troop withdrawal, there are Utahns with a special connection to the country. Some served there in the military, some fled two decades ago. We talk with them.
  • KSL+: Sit Down with Dr. Dunn in New Role

    We sit down with Dr. Angela Dunn in her new role with the Salt Lake County Health Department. She explains her worries heading into the new school year, and her hopes for public health in the future.
  • KSL+: Jingle Dress Project Brings Healing Through Dance

    Heal the people, protect the sacred. During this disruptive and devastating pandemic a group of Native Americans from Utah are bringing a different kind of healing to the people and the land across the United States. The Jingle Dress Project was inspired by a dream, a dream today and 100 years ago.
  • KSL+: A Look Behind the Scenes at The Tokyo Olympics

    The Tokyo Olympics look different than in years past. We chat with KSL Olympic veteran Alex Cabrero about what the games looks like this year for the media and athletes.
  • KSL+: Restaurants Still Struggling to Find Workers

    It's been several months since extra unemployment benefits ended in Utah, which was meant to give many struggling industries a boost. For restaurants at least, that hasn't been the case--many still struggling to fill open positions. We speak with a restaurant owner, as well as a server who left the industry during the pandemic.