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Fans challenge the University of Utah’s call to skip the national anthem at baseball game.

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/26/2015 7:04 pm         
The University says the choice was necessary, after rain set the game back more than 45 minutes, but retired military man Bill Chaney says it was a slap in the face to all soldiers and the nation.

Summit County residents rally behind an injured firefighter

By PaulNelson at 05/26/2015 5:09 pm         
Jeremy Morgan was seriously hurt after a motorcycle crash on SR 32. But, a lot of co-workers and friends are hoping to see him come back to work soon.

Backlash over an idea that could bring a gondola to American Fork Canyon

By PaulNelson at 05/26/2015 5:07 pm         
Officials in Utah County say they want to find more ways to get people up the canyon, especially since they’re expecting a dramatic spike in the population in the next 25 years. So, they're considering the possibility of a gondola. But, a lot of people are saying they wouldn’t want it.

Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation plans $5 million investment in facilities

By DaveCawley at 05/26/2015 4:39 pm         
The sites used for the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games are getting more than a fresh coat of paint this year, thanks to new investments from private donors, government and others. Photo credit: Ravell Call, Deseret News

Crunching the numbers on LSD abuse

By kslpetersamore at 05/26/2015 1:51 pm         
The possible LSD overdose of a 17-year-old Farmington boy begs the question if the illegal drug becoming vogue again. @kslnewsradio

Indepth look at Governor's task force investigating Utah Core Standards

By kslmrichards at 05/26/2015 10:38 am         
This is more from Rich Kendell, former Utah commissioner of Higher Ed, who was asked to look into the Utah Core Standards.

What's next in legal battle of three female officers?

By kslpetersamore at 05/26/2015 7:20 am         
They're plotting action against Salt Lake City, its police leadership, and a former deputy chief, over allegations of sexual harassment. @kslnewsradio

Irony surfaces over t-shirts at Utah retailer

By kslpetersamore at 05/26/2015 7:16 am         
What veterans considered offensive t-shirts have been pulled from a retailer's shelves. But indirectly, those veterans are somewhat responsible for those shirts. @kslnewsradio

Fees to rise at many national parks, monuments in Utah

By DaveCawley at 05/22/2015 6:59 pm         
Just in time for summer, the National Park Service has revealed entrance, camping and permit fee hikes for many of Utah's most popular tourist destinations.

Extra troopers on the freeway for Memorial Day weekend

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/22/2015 2:17 pm         
The Memorial day traffic rush has already started as hundreds of Utahns leave town. This busy weekend starts the 100 deadliest days of the year and law enforcement is taking extra precautions on the roads.

Utah senator Mike Lee pushes for passage of USA Freedom Act

By kslmrichards at 05/22/2015 6:11 am         
Audio from Senator Lee's office from the Senate floor.

A Draper man is seriously injured after riding an altered bike trail

By PaulNelson at 05/21/2015 1:42 pm         
A Draper couple is pleading with people to leave the trail system alone. They say someone carved a jump out of a well-known bike trail causing a crash that gave one man several broken bones. A GoFundMe account has been set up to help them with their medical expenses.

Man hit by car while stopped to help motorist

By kslpetersamore at 05/21/2015 11:59 am         
Accident serves as an important reminder leading into Memorial Day travel. It put a Good Samaritan into the hospital. @kslnewsradio

Storms returning to Utah this holiday weekend

By kslpetersamore at 05/21/2015 11:54 am         
They could also shut down roads like last weekend. Some of them haven't recovered. @kslnewsradio

Prisoner advocates call for refocus

By kslpetersamore at 05/21/2015 11:50 am         
They want emotions about state prison relocation to cool so that Utah can provide the best facility to rehabilitate inmates. @kslnewsradio

Search and rescuers prepare for busy Memorial Day weekend

By DaveCawley at 05/20/2015 6:58 pm         
A rescue in The Subway of Utah's Zion National Park highlights the dangers people can face in the backcountry. Search and rescuers in the park are hoping people will take precautions to heart ahead of Memorial Day. Photo credit: Dave Cawley, KSL

Concerned citizens gather at first prison relocation open house

By BriannaBodilyKSL at 05/20/2015 6:22 pm         

What should be included in Utah's laws regarding how police use body cameras?

By PaulNelson at 05/20/2015 6:08 pm         
Before any bills are introduced on Capitol Hill, lawmakers met to debate how police should use these cameras and how they should store the videos.

Auditors tell lawmakers how collecting water data can be improved.

By PaulNelson at 05/20/2015 6:05 pm         
Officials with the Auditor General’s Office say the way state officials collected water data has been wrong for many years.

2 people arrested for placing skimming device on a bank ATM

By kslcleon at 05/20/2015 5:33 pm         
Orem Police are still searching for a man who used a skimming device on a bank ATM. But they did find 2 people the suspected thief was working with. KSL Newsradio's Cleon Wall has the details. Photo Courtesy: Orem Police Department

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