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Murray, Salt Lake County roll out new rain barrel program


By DaveCawley at 04/20/2015 6:56 pm         
Local government leaders use economies of scale to make water conservation barrels more affordable for some of the nation's heaviest water users.

The maximum sentence against Megan Huntsman


By PaulNelson at 04/20/2015 5:54 pm         
Prosecutors say the woman who confessed to killing six of her babies will likely never get out of prison. They say they've never seen a crime this heinous.

Utah runner reflects on mood during rainy Boston Marathon


By DaveCawley at 04/20/2015 5:08 pm         
A sight-impaired Utahn heard a lot of support during her run at the Boston Marathon. She shared her feelings with Scott and Tim after completing the event. Photo credit: Brenda Petersen

Lost and Found: Statue


By SherylWorsley at 04/20/2015 1:08 pm         
A cherub found in the middle of the road has Orem police searching for an owner and wondering is a cemetery is missing a statue. No one in Utah County has reported it missing. KSL Newsradio's Sheryl Worsley has more.

Helping Alzheimer's patients as summer dangers rise


By kslpetersamore at 04/20/2015 11:51 am         
With fire season upon us, first responders get extra training in spotting and helping Alzheimer’s and dementia patients. www.alz.org/firstresponders @kslnewsradio

County clerks study new Utah law on marriage access


By kslpetersamore at 04/20/2015 7:36 am         
Clerks wonder about possible penalties if they cannot provide access for all couples regardless of sex, and how a U.S. Supreme Court ruling on another state's case will impact them. http://desne.ws/ltGawY @kslnewsradio

BYU research shows treadmill desks don't cause major productivity cut


By DaveCawley at 04/17/2015 6:38 pm         
Walking and working are not mutually exclusive, if you believe research from BYU. Study co-author and neuroscientist Michael Larson explains why. Photo credit: Jaren Wilkey, Brigham Young University

Targeted by online bullies, again.


By PaulNelson at 04/17/2015 2:12 pm         
A family in West Haven, Utah, had police called to their home after someone claimed to have committed a major crime. Turns out, it was a hoax and police believe the caller was the same person who has threatened the family before.

Carrie Mayne - Econ Summit Interview


By KSLHeather at 04/17/2015 11:39 am         
Chief Economist Carrie Mayne of the Department of Workforce Services says Utah's job numbers are great. "Our State continues to add jobs at rates well above our long-run average." The monthly numbers happened to coincide with the 9th Annual Governor's Economic Summit. Carrie Mayne sat down with KSL News Radio's Heather Kelly at the summit and discussed all the employment numbers for March.

Michael Sullivan - Econ Summit Interview


By KSLHeather at 04/17/2015 11:38 am         
The 9th Annual Governor's Economic Summit is on at the Grand America Hotel. More than a thousand business leaders and economic experts are expected to attend. And Utah's monthly job numbers came out this morning.....just in time for the start of the summit. Governor's Office of Economic Development and Director of Communications, Michael Sullivan sat down with KSL News Radio's Heather Kelly to discuss Utah's positive economic future.

Racing to honor veterans at the Salt Lake City Marathon


By PaulNelson at 04/17/2015 8:28 am         
There's going to be something a little different at the marathon this year. A group of racers will be part of a special kind of relay race in honor of veterans. (Map courtesy of saltlakecitymarathon.com)

Utah carries out major earthquake drill


By DaveCawley at 04/16/2015 7:20 pm         
The Great Utah Shakeout simulated a strong magnitude-7 earthquake, to test emergency response procedures. University of Utah Seismograph Stations Director Keith Koper explained what kind of impact a quake like that would have. Photo credit: Kaitlin Loukides, KSL-TV

Gobert is ready to make another leap next season


By kslshep at 04/16/2015 2:10 pm         
Jazz center Rudy Gobert is the anchor of the defense and is ready to take the next step to help the team make the playoffs.

How would the state of Utah respond to a massive earthquake?


By PaulNelson at 04/16/2015 1:46 pm         
Over 100 employees and volunteers from dozens of state agencies tested to see how well they would respond if "the big one" hit the state.

Booker wants to be back in Utah


By kslshep at 04/16/2015 1:23 pm         
Trevor Booker is hopeful that the Jazz will pick up his contract option for the 2015-2016 season.

Alec Burks' health is his main focus


By kslshep at 04/16/2015 1:21 pm         
After missing most of the season with shoulder surgery, Alec Burks hopes to be healthy and contribute at a high level next year.

Jeremy Evans' future with the Jazz is uncertain


By kslshep at 04/16/2015 1:18 pm         
Now a free agent, forward Jeremy Evans hopes he returns to the Jazz next season,

Trey Burke and the Utah Jazz are ready to get better


By kslshep at 04/16/2015 1:16 pm         
Point guard Trey Burke believes that the playoffs are within reach for the Jazz next season.

Hayward likes the direction of the Utah Jazz


By kslshep at 04/16/2015 1:12 pm         
Gordon Hayward made huge strides this season and believes that hard work and a determination will catapult the Utah Jazz to reach their goals next year.

Jazz forward Derrick Favors looks forward to the future


By kslshep at 04/16/2015 1:10 pm         
Utah Jazz forward Derrick Favors is happy with the team's success during teh 2014-2015 season, and is looking forward to the future.

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