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Most Recent Second man pleads guilty to kidnapping, murder of Kearns woman in 2021 Utah communities prepare for possible flooding from tropical storm remnants Utah Olympic Park, Utah Olympic Oval will host Olympic Day Celebrations Friday Flights between St. George and Los Angeles to resume after 4-year delay 1 dead in 2-vehicle crash near Heber City Salt Lake police looking for hit-and-run driver New federal data shows favorite methods of scammers targeting Utahns 2 drivers charged with racing on I-15 near Cedar City at speeds up to 120 mph St. George woman charged with unlawful sex with teen boy Utah's full-day kindergarten shows early return on investment Davis Tech strikes partnership with Rasa to aid students with criminal records Utah, Arizona enact new restrictions amid 'rapidly increasing fire danger' Auditor releases update on investigations into alleged violations of Utah's bathroom bill High runoff causes extreme flooding, bridge damage in Little Cottonwood Canyon trails 'Salt Lake City needs you': 148 immigrants, refugees sworn in as new US citizens Why Utah leaders screened graphic footage of Oct. 7 terrorist attacks in Israel University of Utah to cut centers for Black, female, LGBT students to comply with new state law Utah man convicted of assaulting law enforcement at US Capitol on Jan. 6 'It's a no-win situation.' Awareness campaign launched ahead of state's new road rage law Education » Environment » Health » Politics » Religion » Science » Utah Counties » References

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Less than five months ahead of the 2024 presidential election, Utah voters are unhappy with their own financial situations — and it's shaping who they plan to support in November.
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Second man pleads guilty to kidnapping, murder of Kearns woman in 2021

Emily Ashcraft, KSL.com|Posted June 21 - 1:14 p.m. | Save Story

A second man has pleaded guilty to kidnapping and murdering Nicole Solario-Romero, a woman whose abduction near her Kearns home in 2021 was caught on a doorbell camera.
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Utah communities prepare for possible flooding from tropical storm remnants

Carter Williams, KSL.com|Updated June 21 - 1:05 p.m. | Save Story

Flood watches cover a large chunk of southeast and central Utah as the remnants of Tropical Storm Alberto arrive in the state.
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Utah Olympic Park, Utah Olympic Oval will host Olympic Day Celebrations Friday

Shara Park, KSL-TV|Posted June 21 - 12:34 p.m. | Save Story

If you've ever wanted to try the skeleton, speed skating, or meet some of our Olympic athletes, this is the day to do it.
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Flights between St. George and Los Angeles to resume after 4-year delay

Carter Williams, KSL.com|Posted June 21 - 12:00 p.m. | Save Story

Southwest Utah residents will soon have a faster way to reach Hollywood, Disneyland and many other places in and around the Los Angeles area.
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1 dead in 2-vehicle crash near Heber City

Logan Stefanich, KSL.com|Posted June 21 - 10:58 a.m. | Save Story

One person died Thursday night in a two-vehicle crash on U.S. 40 near Heber City.
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Salt Lake police looking for hit-and-run driver

Pat Reavy, KSL.com|Posted June 21 - 10:40 a.m. | Save Story

Salt Lake police are asking for the public's help in locating a driver and passenger who were in an SUV that ran over a woman and then drove off.
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New federal data shows favorite methods of scammers targeting Utahns

Matt Gephardt and Sloan Schrage, KSL-TV|Posted June 21 - 10:01 a.m. | Save Story

Over 26,200 Utahns reported getting hit by fraud to the Federal Trade Commission last year. And one out of five of those Utahns lost money to imposters.
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2 drivers charged with racing on I-15 near Cedar City at speeds up to 120 mph

Jeff Richards, St. George News|Posted June 21 - 9:48 a.m. | Save Story

A 23-year-old woman and a 17-year-old boy were arrested after police say they raced each other at speeds of up to 120 mph on I-15 in Iron County late Sunday.
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St. George woman charged with unlawful sex with teen boy

Pat Reavy, KSL.com|Posted June 21 - 8:22 a.m. | Save Story

An arrest warrant has been issued for a St. George woman charged with having sexual relations with a teenage boy.
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Utah's full-day kindergarten shows early return on investment

Deanie Wimmer, KSL-TV|Posted June 21 - 8:02 a.m. | Save Story

After the first year, the expansion of full-day kindergarten in Utah shows unprecedented growth and explosive demand.
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Davis Tech strikes partnership with Rasa to aid students with criminal records

Logan Stefanich, KSL.com|Posted June 21 - 7:40 a.m. | Save Story

Davis Technical College is taking steps to help students navigate past criminal records on their way to employment and professional licensure through a first-of-its-kind partnership with Utah-based Rasa.
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Utah, Arizona enact new restrictions amid 'rapidly increasing fire danger'

Carter Williams, KSL.com|Posted June 21 - 6:13 a.m. | Save Story

New fire restrictions are now in effect in southwest Utah and northwest Arizona as "rapidly increasing fire danger" builds in the region.
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Auditor releases update on investigations into alleged violations of Utah's bathroom bill

Bridger Beal-Cvetko, KSL.com|Posted June 20 - 10:39 p.m. | Save Story

Utah's auditor said he was "unable to substantiate" allegations of violating Utah's law restricting transgender restroom access but called on two state agencies to adopt plans to comply.
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High runoff causes extreme flooding, bridge damage in Little Cottonwood Canyon trails

Shelby Lofton, KSL-TV|Posted June 20 - 9:48 p.m. | Save Story

A bridge on a popular hiking trail is closed due to extreme flooding and damage.
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'Salt Lake City needs you': 148 immigrants, refugees sworn in as new US citizens

Tim Vandenack, KSL.com|Posted June 20 - 9:06 p.m. | Save Story

In a ceremony Thursday in Salt Lake City, World Refugee Day, 148 immigrants were sworn in as new U.S. citizens.
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Why Utah leaders screened graphic footage of Oct. 7 terrorist attacks in Israel

Bridger Beal-Cvetko, KSL.com|Posted June 20 - 8:42 p.m. | Save Story

Utah lawmakers screened graphic footage of the Oct. 7, 2023, terrorist attacks in Israel at the state Capitol this week and reaffirmed support for Israel amid its ongoing war in the Gaza Strip.
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University of Utah to cut centers for Black, female, LGBT students to comply with new state law

Tim Vandenack, KSL.com|Posted June 20 - 8:11 p.m. | Save Story

The University of Utah will eliminate cultural centers for Black, female and LGBT students as it reorganizes its diversity initiatives to comply with HB261.
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Utah man convicted of assaulting law enforcement at US Capitol on Jan. 6

Emily Ashcraft, KSL.com|Posted June 20 - 7:44 p.m. | Save Story

A man from Utah has been found guilty of seven felonies for actions at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
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'It's a no-win situation.' Awareness campaign launched ahead of state's new road rage law

Pat Reavy, KSL.com|Posted June 20 - 7:21 p.m. | Save Story

A new state law goes into effect on July 1 that will result in enhanced penalties for drivers convicted in a road rage incident.

Flights between St. George and Los Angeles to resume after 4-year delay
  • Davis Tech strikes partnership with Rasa to aid students with criminal records
  • Vitamix recalls almost 570K blender parts
  • Supreme Court won't upend tax on Americans' foreign earnings
  • TikTok says US ban is inevitable without a court order blocking law

Education »

Utah's full-day kindergarten shows early return on investment
  • Davis Tech strikes partnership with Rasa to aid students with criminal records
  • University of Utah to cut centers for Black, female, LGBT students to comply with new state law
  • New law requires all Louisiana public school classrooms to display the Ten Commandments
  • USU creating new program to help more people with disabilities nationwide

Environment »

'It's a mess!' Massive amounts of Mormon crickets invade parts of eastern Idaho
  • Utah, Arizona enact new restrictions amid 'rapidly increasing fire danger'
  • Delta power plant issues handled in special session
  • New Mexico wildfire claims second life, while rain offers hope of relief
  • More ramps open as Lake Powell continues to rise from spring runoff

Health »

WHO issues warnings on fake diabetes and weight-loss drugs
  • What Utah Sen. Mitt Romney says about the origins of COVID-19
  • DOJ says Utah violates civil rights by 'segregating' adults with intellectual disabilities
  • Primary Children's is expanding behavioral health care with new $96M Taylorsville campus
  • Surgeon general asks Congress to require social media warning labels, like on cigarettes

Second man pleads guilty to kidnapping, murder of Kearns woman in 2021
  • 1 dead in 2-vehicle crash near Heber City
  • Salt Lake police looking for hit-and-run driver
  • New federal data shows favorite methods of scammers targeting Utahns
  • 2 drivers charged with racing on I-15 near Cedar City at speeds up to 120 mph

Politics »

Auditor releases update on investigations into alleged violations of Utah's bathroom bill
  • 'Salt Lake City needs you': 148 immigrants, refugees sworn in as new US citizens
  • Why Utah leaders screened graphic footage of Oct. 7 terrorist attacks in Israel
  • University of Utah to cut centers for Black, female, LGBT students to comply with new state law
  • Supreme Court won't upend tax on Americans' foreign earnings

Religion »

AP Poll: Republicans wary of immigration from Middle East
  • Mormon church backs religious liberty after Trump comments
  • Legal experts agree: Trump's proposal unconstitutional
  • Cache school district approves land swap with LDS church
  • Man accused of stealing human remains held on $100,000 bail

Science »

Movie theaters, for now, stay open nationwide
  • On the heels of Italy, Spain to go drastic in battling virus
  • Employers navigate virus pandemic without firm guidelines
  • Boston Marathon postponed until Sept. 14 amid virus concerns
  • 7 commandments for better sleep on World Sleep Day

Utah Counties »

Second man pleads guilty to kidnapping, murder of Kearns woman in 2021
  • Utah communities prepare for possible flooding from tropical storm remnants
  • Utah Olympic Park, Utah Olympic Oval will host Olympic Day Celebrations Friday
  • Flights between St. George and Los Angeles to resume after 4-year delay
  • 1 dead in 2-vehicle crash near Heber City
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