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Two suspected cholera cases pop up in Salt Lake

By JeffersonCurtis at 07/01/2015 8:38 pm         
Ethan and Alex discuss the two cases of cholera in Salt Lake and wonder if it's time to go back to the Oregon Trail...

Mike Argyle shares why the Utah Honor Flight is so important

By JeffersonCurtis at 07/01/2015 7:56 pm         
Ethan and Alex interviewed Mike Argyle, son of WWII veteran Leo Argyle. Mike shares the experience of going on the Honor Flight with his father and how much the trip meant to him and his family.

A Pleasant Grove boy walks away from a shark attack in South Carolina

By PaulNelson at 07/01/2015 4:12 pm         
The boy's mother tells KSL she feels blessed the attack wasn't much worse that it was.

UDOT analysts warn of bad traffic likely to happen Thursday

By PaulNelson at 07/01/2015 3:50 pm         
On Thursday afternoon, analysts say it could take 30 minutes to an hour longer than normal to get out of the Salt Lake Valley.

Rare disease impacts pair in Utah

By kslpetersamore at 07/01/2015 12:14 pm         
Two people in Salt Lake County are waiting – possibly for a week – to learn if they have cholera. @slcohealth @kslnewsradio

Fireworks, pyrotechnic shows in Utah up in the air

By kslpetersamore at 07/01/2015 7:24 am         
Depending on fire danger or bad air quality, cities in Utah may cancel holiday fireworks. And the fireworks industry says the Obama administration isn't helping, either. @kslnewsradio

It's official: June was the hottest ever in SLC

By kslpetersamore at 07/01/2015 7:22 am         
Salt Lake City shattered its 1988 record average daily temperature. #utwx @kslweather @kslnewsradio

Greg Skordas weighs in on the new California vaccination law

By JeffersonCurtis at 06/30/2015 7:59 pm         
Greg Skordas, former Chief Deputy Salt Lake County Attorney, weighs in on new California vaccination law with Alex and Dave

California passes a controversial vaccination law

By JeffersonCurtis at 06/30/2015 7:28 pm         
Alex and Dave discuss California's new vaccination law and debate the ethics of it

Roosevelt Police search for bizarrely dressed trespasser

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 06/30/2015 6:26 pm         
A disturbing discovery for one Roosevelt family, when they caught the night time trespasser on tape. KSL NewsRadio's Brianna Bodily has the story.

Grandmother and five grandkids fend off knife-wielding invader in Poplar Grove

By DaveCawley at 06/30/2015 6:05 pm         
Salt Lake City police say a man forced his way into a home in the Poplar Grove neighborhood, threatening to kill a woman and her five grandchildren. They managed to barricade themselves in a back room and call 911.

A Salt Lake City family attacked by a random suspect with a knife

By PaulNelson at 06/30/2015 5:24 pm         
Angi Flores Morain (pictured right) talks about how a man reportedly barged into their home, then threatened to kill six people inside.

A rabid bat sparks a health warning

By PaulNelson at 06/30/2015 5:06 pm         
Officials with the Weber-Morgan Health Department say a bat found in Huntsville tested positive for rabies. So, they're warning people about the possible dangers of being exposed. Officials say if a human is infected, the treatment is long and expensive.

SLC to enforce anti-idling of cars

By kslpetersamore at 06/30/2015 12:21 pm         
As the heat and pollution rise, so will Salt Lake’s encouragement not to let cars idle more than two minutes. @slcmayorsoffice @kslnewsradio

Common sense can prevent fireworks tragedies

By kslpetersamore at 06/30/2015 7:08 am         
Utahns will celebrate July 4th with fireworks starting tomorrow for a week. That's renewed calls for safety. @kslnewsradio

Utah temperatures cannot cool down

By kslpetersamore at 06/30/2015 7:06 am         
They're not just triple-digit highs and lows... they're record-breaking highs and lows. #utwx @kslweather @kslnewsradio

Utah Valley University unveils plans for austism center

By DaveCawley at 06/29/2015 5:57 pm         
UVU has collected private donations for a planned autism center. President Matthew Holland spoke with Tim and Maria about how it could help people with autism spectrum disorders, as well as their families. Image courtesy: UVU Marketing and Communications

Saratoga Springs makes changes to secondary water system

By PaulNelson at 06/29/2015 5:21 pm         
City officials say recent mechanical problems have put a major strain on their system. But, even when the system is fixed, they're asking residents to cut back on how much they use.

Youth sports camps make changes because of the heat

By PaulNelson at 06/29/2015 4:40 pm         
Triple degree heat is causing some sports camp directors to push their schedules back until later in the day. Meanwhile, they say there are very small things their coaches are trained to look for that could be signs of health problems related to heat.

Ex-Utah A.G. pleads "not guilty" to corruption charges

By kslpetersamore at 06/29/2015 1:22 pm         
.@markshurtleff now faces seven counts including obstruction of justice, bribery, and accepting gifts from an indicted businessman. @kslnewsradio

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