SLCPD investigating suspious death, seeks public’s assistance

SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake City police say a body found Sunday morning in downtown is considered to be a suspicious death. Police were called to the area of 536 S. 200 West just after 11 a.m. Once on scene, officers confirmed the individual, who was found in a field, to be deceased. Information […]
1 year ago

State Correctional Facility placed on temporary lockdown

The Utah State Correctional Facility was placed on temporary lockdown Saturday following a fight with several inmates.
1 year ago

Finding relief from life’s challenges with President Camille Johnson

General Relief Society President Camille Johnson spoke to KSL about her Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ministry in Africa.
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SLCPD investigating after two bodies found inside an office complex

Salt Lake City police are investigating the discovery of two bodies found Saturday inside an office complex near 3000 S. Highland Drive.
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Woman dies in hiking accident in Big Cottonwood Canyon

Unified Police say a 34-year-old woman died Friday following a hiking accident in Big Cottonwood Canyon.
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KSL at Night: Putting a wrap on the Lori Vallow Daybell trial

KSL NewsRadio reporter Adam Small joined KSL at Night on Friday to discuss Lori Vallow Daybell being found guilty of all charges against her.
1 year ago

Water main break in Spanish Fork floods seven homes

A press release said a contractor performing work on a traffic project punctured a hole in the secondary water line.
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Tabitha’s Way: Food pantry lending help to those in need

The co-founders of Tabitha's Way in Utah County joined Dave & Dujanovic on Thursday to discuss how their food pantry works and where they get their food.
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Legal expert shares thoughts on closing arguments of Vallow Daybell trial

According to KSL Legal Expert Greg Skordas, the prosecution had one piece of evidence against Vallow Daybell that was particularly compelling.
1 year ago

Could toll roads be coming to Big and Little Cottonwood canyons?

Josh Van Jura, from UDOT, joined KSL at Night to discuss the possibility of toll roads coming to Big and Little Cottonwood canyons.
1 year ago

President Adams previews special session of Utah legislature

Utah Gov. Spencer Cox has called for a special session of the Utah legislature on May 17.
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Family in Eden evacuated due to mudslide

Family evacuated after mudslide hits their home in Eden.
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Legal expert weighs in on the future of Rep. George Santos

KSL Legal Analyst Greg Skordas joined Dave & Dujanovic to discuss the future of New York Rep. George Santos, who was indicted on 13 federal charges on Wednesday.
1 year ago

Murray police investigating stabbing that left two men hurt

Murray police are seeking the public's assistance in regards to a stabbing that occured on Tuesday night near 5300 S. 580 West.
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Things to know when visiting Zion National Park

Jonathan Shafer, a spokesman for Zion National Park, joined KSL at Night on Tuesday to discuss what visitors should expect when visiting the park this summer.
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Salt Lake County extends state of emergency to June 13

To help get a better handle on the flooding situation, Salt Lake County extended its state of emergency Tuesday afternoon to June 13.
1 year ago

3 people hurt in crash following pursuit through Parleys Canyon

SUMMIT COUNTY, Utah — Three people were injured early Tuesday morning following a pursuit through Parleys Canyon. According to a news release from the Summit County Sheriff’s Office, deputies attempted to stop a vehicle near SR-224 and Bear Cub for several traffic violations just before 1 a.m. The attempted traffic stop led to a pursuit […]
1 year ago

Flooding: Eubank says the state is OK for now, still has a ways to go

KSL-TV meteorologist Kevin Eubank joins Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News to disuss where things stand at the moment regarding state flooding.
1 year ago

Three juveniles in custody following a shooting at Valley Fair Mall

A shooting Monday at Valley Fair Mall left one person with non-life-threatening injuries and three juveniles in custody.
1 year ago

Church announces rededication date for St. George Utah Temple

The open house and rededication dates for the St. George Utah Temple were announced Monday by the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
1 year ago

Church announces temple sites in Ghana and Norway

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced temple sites this week in Ghana and Norway. The Church also announced the Toronto Ontario Temple will close for renovation.
1 year ago

Experts say loneliness is now a public health epidemic

A professor from BYU joined KSL at Night to explain the findings in a recent report that says loneliness is a public health risk.
1 year ago

Special session of Utah legislature is called by Gov. Cox

A special session of the Utah legislature has been called by Gov. Spencer Cox for May 17 at 4 p.m. The legislature will consider three items that need immediate attention.
1 year ago

No Mow May: Harm or help to your yard? An expert weighs in

An online movement called No Mow May is encouraging homeowners to not cut their yard in May. Experts are saying that may not be a good idea.
1 year ago