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One last look at same-sex marriage cases before Supreme Court

By kslpetersamore at 04/28/2015 7:57 am         
Utah legal experts weigh merits of bans upheld Sixth Circuit Appellate Court, creating U.S. Constitutional amendment to solve issue without involving the High Court. @kslnewsradio

A look at what the Supreme Court may decide

By kslmrichards at 04/28/2015 6:52 am         
Deseret News editor Paul Edwards, who holds a degree in jurisprudence, talked about how he thinks the stage might be set for a "split" decision in the case, and the issue of the "two questions" at stake instead of just one.

The leader of the Apa Sherpa Foundation shares ways to help earthquake-ravaged Nepal

By kslcleon at 04/27/2015 6:18 pm         
Utahn Apa Sherpa was in his native country of Nepal during the major, deadly earthquake there. Apa holds the record for the most ascents of Mount Everest. The man who leads the Apa Sherpa Foundation, Jerry Mike, spoke with Scott and Maria about how people can help the people of Nepal.

Two million dollar plan announced at site of last year's North Salt Lake landslide.

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 04/27/2015 5:49 pm         
North Salt Lake officials say they are ready to move forward with a plan to restore the area devastated by last year's landslide, but the 2 million dollar price tag is just one of several roadblocks in the way. Photo credit: Ravell Call/Deseret News

Asking for more help solving a cold case.

By PaulNelson at 04/27/2015 5:15 pm         
Davis County investigators are releasing more details about a woman who disappeared in 1983, but, they're hoping to get some information back, in return.

Utahns wait nervously for their loved ones to come back from Nepal.

By PaulNelson at 04/27/2015 4:20 pm         
Communication has been spotty and reports of severe aftershocks have them very worried. One Utah couple is on their way back, but, their family members say they won't be happy until they're back home.

Salt Lake City bishop named as new Santa Fe archbishop

By kslpetersamore at 04/27/2015 1:43 pm         
Pope Francis appoints Bishop John Wester to new see. Utah's faith community praises him as bridge builder with religious groups. @kslnewsradio

Demonstrators setting up ahead of Supreme Court gay marriage argument

By KSLMarc at 04/27/2015 1:16 pm         
Ahead of Tuesday's argument on same sex marriage, supporters and opponents are setting up to demonstrate... and that's leading to some lively discussion between supporters and opponents of gay marriage. KSL Newsradio's Marc Giauque has the story.

Armed Holladay homeowner fires shot to warn suspected burglars

By kslmrichards at 04/27/2015 11:22 am         
A man and a woman are under arrest after Unified Police say they were caught dumping stolen stuff as they ran from the homeowner.

Defenders of traditional marriage explain Supreme Court case

By kslmrichards at 04/27/2015 9:51 am         
Conservatives talked to ABC's This Week about why the US Supreme Court should let the people decide....and why marriage should be between a man and a woman.

Early morning car chase through Salt Lake Airport property

By kslmrichards at 04/27/2015 9:36 am         
Police say a car they pulled over crashed through the perimeter fence, and led authorities through restricted areas of the airport at 3 AM.

Utah climber knows why Everest hikers caught off guard

By kslpetersamore at 04/27/2015 7:39 am         
He says their base camp was supposedly in a "safe zone." The Nepal earthquake triggered an avalanche there. David Roskelley has friends trapped on the world's highest mountain. (Associated Press photo) @kslnewsradio

Utah plaintiffs hope for nationwide same-sex marriage recognition

By kslpetersamore at 04/27/2015 7:36 am         
All sides will be watching arguments Tuesday at the Supreme Court. To same-sex couples, marriage would mean social recognition and benefits. Opponents say that would corrode family units. @kslnewsradio

Family of missing Provo woman makes new plea for help in search

By DaveCawley at 04/24/2015 7:16 pm         
Volunteers plan to sweep the area where Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado disappeared on April 16th. She'd last been seen leaving the Nomen Global Language Center at 384 West Center.

How effective are treatments for thyroid cancer?

By PaulNelson at 04/24/2015 6:22 pm         
Elder L. Tom Perry of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has begun treatment for thyroid cancer. But, how effective can these treatments be?

The search for a missing Provo woman gets a big boost.

By PaulNelson at 04/24/2015 6:17 pm         
Elizabeth Smart and the Operation Underground Railroad group normally rescue children from sex trafficking. But, they'll also be joining the effort to find Elizabeth Elena Salgado.

Record low water = boats being moved at at the Salt Lake Marina

By KSLHeather at 04/24/2015 12:22 pm         
Boats at the Great Salt Lake Marina are being removed for the entire sailing season due to record low water levels and a need to dredge a deeper channel. Emotions are running high as boat owners watch their 'Pride & Joy' being lifted out of the marina and into dry dock for at least a year.

Elder Perry to undergo cancer treatments

By kslpetersamore at 04/24/2015 12:04 pm         
The oldest apostle, 92, of the LDS Church had breathing difficulties earlier this week. @kslnewsradio

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