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Utah Snowpack Totals

Utah Snowpack Totals

Loading...MarketplaceNewClick on the basin to get detailed information for each NRCS SNOTEL site. Last Updated: 04:00pm Wed 13 January 2021 | | | | | | | | | | | | © 2021 | KSL Broadcasting Salt Lake City UT | Site hosted & managed by - a   X

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Consumers don't want pandemic-adapted business tools to leave after COVID-19, Podium survey finds

Consumers don't want pandemic-adapted business tools to leave after COVID-19, Podium survey finds

Loading...MarketplaceNewThe Associated Press, fileSALT LAKE CITY — As confirmed novel cases swept the nation in the spring of 2020, businesses were left scrambling to find ways to adapt to new restrictions imposed to limit the spread of the deadly virus.Restaurants shifted focus to curbside orders and small businesses across all industries struggled to keep their head above water in the unfamiliar territory.While businesses have started using alternative methods of communication and payment out of pandemic-driven necessity, Eric Rea, CEO and co-founder of Utah-based fintech company Podium,...

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Trump denies any responsibility for his supporters' Congress attack

Trump denies any responsibility for his supporters' Congress attack

Loading...MarketplaceNewKevin Lamarque, ReutersLoading...JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md./WASHINGTON (Reuters) — U.S. President Donald Trump, facing impeachment on a charge of "incitement of insurrection" on Tuesday denied responsibility for his supporters' and said his remarks before the siege were appropriate.The Republican president told reporters that his speech before Wednesday's assault — in which he urged supporters to march on the Capitol and fight — had been analyzed by unnamed others, who he said believed it was "totally appropriate.""If you read my speech ... what I said was totally...

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Reyes, Stewart, Owens taking heat for backing Trump election challenges

Reyes, Stewart, Owens taking heat for backing Trump election challenges

Loading...MarketplaceNewSteve Griffin, KSLSALT LAKE CITY — Political fallout from last week's violent takeover at the U.S. Capitol continues to rain down on lawmakers, including some in Utah last week.Also, House Democrats have for "incitement of insurrection" in the waning days of his tumultuous one term in office.Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes is distancing himself from robocalls that were sent out by the fundraising arm of the Republican Attorney General's Association urging "patriots" to march on the Capitol last Wednesday. Reyes is a member of the group's executive committee and...

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US House likely to consider Trump impeachment on Wednesday

US House likely to consider Trump impeachment on Wednesday

Loading...MarketplaceNewCarlos Barria, Reuters, FileLoading...WASHINGTON (Reuters) — The U.S. House of Representatives expects to begin considering a second impeachment of Donald Trump on Wednesday, a top Democrat said on Monday after the president was formally accused of inciting insurrection ahead of last week's storming of the Capitol.House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told his fellow Democrats the chamber would start the impeachment proceedings on Wednesday if Vice President Mike Pence does not respond to a request to invoke the 25th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution to remove Trump...

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'Too much hate': Utahns react to a chaotic scene in US Capitol, division in country

'Too much hate': Utahns react to a chaotic scene in US Capitol, division in country

Loading...MarketplaceNewSteve Griffin, KSLLoading...SALT LAKE CITY — A group of a few hundred pro-Donald Trump supporters for what ended up as a mostly peaceful protest over the certification of the presidential election results.The event in Utah ended up nowhere near . Nearly all of the protesters at the Utah Capitol dispersed by sundown, leaving behind a couple of signs in support of President Trump.The group, which had remained outside the building for hours, left before members of Congress even returned to their respective floors to conclude the certification of the presidential...

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'Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical' has raised over $1 million for struggling actors

'Ratatouille: The TikTok Musical' has raised over $1 million for struggling actors

Loading...MarketplaceNew© Disney Enterprises, Inc./Pixar Animation StudiosCNN — The online sensation that became "" has raised over $1 million for the organization and struggling performers impacted by the pandemic.The musical premiered on the social media platform New Year's Day and featured household names including Wayne Brady, Titus Burgess and Adam Lambert. The news of its monetary success was announced Saturday on the production's The saw the project go from a quaint effort started by a user's to the 2007 Disney Pixar film to a full-blown event in a matter of weeks.Tickets to see the...

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McAdams says solar energy bill signed into law

McAdams says solar energy bill signed into law

Loading...MarketplaceNewScott G Winterton, KSL, FileSALT LAKE CITY — Rep. Ben McAdams said this week that President Donald Trump has signed into law his measure that will support solar energy research and development, including here in Utah.In a tweet McAdams, D-Utah, said the law will "support Utah's clean energy economy and jobs while building a healthier environment."The solar energy measure was originally found in the , a McAdams-sponsored bill introduced in 2019. According to , that bill was eventually rolled into the , which passed the House that month. It was later made part of the...

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Bank robbery suspect arrested after 7-hour standoff with police

Bank robbery suspect arrested after 7-hour standoff with police

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Utah County JailPROVO — A 60-year-old Springville man, who is a bank robbery suspect, was arrested Thursday after a seven-hour standoff with police at a local motel.Dennis Craig Wing, 60, was arrested for investigation of kidnapping, aggravated assault, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance, obstructing justice, interfering with an arresting officer and damage to a communication device.The standoff occurred at the Valley Inn Motel in Provo, 1425 S. State, as police attempted to serve a search warrant at one of the hotel...

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Utah businessman offers to buy Bridal Veil Falls as part of proposed development plan

Utah businessman offers to buy Bridal Veil Falls as part of proposed development plan

Loading...MarketplaceNewDevon Dewey, KSL.com, FilePROVO — A Utah businessman is willing to purchase Utah County's 21-acre land parcel at Bridal Veil Falls for $2.5 million as a part of a development proposal for the scenic location.Richard Losee, the founder of the Cirque Lodge Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Center, submitted his development proposal to the Utah County Commission on Friday. The plan includes a tram that would soar over the Provo River and above the falls to a lodge. A helipad would also be created. aimed to pressure the commission into passing a conservation easement...

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Report: Utah's population rose 18.4% over past decade; Utah County outpaces Salt Lake for 1st time

Report: Utah's population rose 18.4% over past decade; Utah County outpaces Salt Lake for 1st time

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Jeffrey D. Allred, KSL, FileSALT LAKE CITY — It's believed Utah's population grew by more than half a million over the past decade but there are signs of growth stabilization, according to a new report released Thursday.At the same time, it appears Utah County is growing faster than Salt Lake County for the first time.The University of Utah's Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute released its which projected there were about 3.273 million people living in Utah as of July 1. If that's true, it would be an increase of 509,115 people in the span since the 2010...

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Conservation efforts in southern Utah help delay need for water projects, but not indefinitely

Conservation efforts in southern Utah help delay need for water projects, but not indefinitely

Loading...MarketplaceNewMori Kessler, St. George News, FileST. GEORGE — Last month, the Utah Division of Water Resources reported that water conservation efforts have helped meet growing population needs while postponing the need for water development projects.While state officials primarily referred to water projects in northern Utah, the southwest corner of the state has also seen its own successes with conservation efforts during an ongoing drought, according to local water officials."We've seen how implementing water conservation strategies can delay large-scale infrastructure...

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University of Utah researchers discover genes linked to suicide

University of Utah researchers discover genes linked to suicide

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:KSL TVLoading...SALT LAKE CITY – Researchers at University of Utah Health's Huntsman Mental Health Institute have detected more than 20 genes that may play a role in suicide.The research is the first of its kind, and a Utah mother who is still grieving doesn't find the results surprising.Michelle Nelson stands in the bright kitchen of her 101-year-old house in Salt Lake City."Amethyst, opalite and crystal," she said, picking up the small stones from a dish on the counter.She collects them to help her heal because picking up the pieces after loss is...

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Huntsman Cancer Institute says care for cancer patients could be delayed

Huntsman Cancer Institute says care for cancer patients could be delayed

Loading...MarketplaceNewJeffrey D. Allred, KSL, FileLoading...SALT LAKE CITY — Medical professionals at the Huntsman Cancer Institute are warning Utahns that cancer care may be delayed if the current surge in cases continues and ICU beds ."Utah's hospitals are full, which can cause delays in cancer care," the online message said. "We worry that if this trend continues, more cancer care may have to be delayed by hours or days until beds are open."The message starts with the salutation, "Dear fellow Utahns," and is signed by the Huntsman Cancer Institute as a whole and the names of nearly 80...

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Utah monolith (probably) wasn't the work of aliens, but it's still a mystery

Utah monolith (probably) wasn't the work of aliens, but it's still a mystery

Loading...MarketplaceNewUtah Department of Public SafetyLoading...SALT LAKE CITY (CNN) — That shining, eerily symmetrical silver monolith found in the Utah desert has everyone screaming "E.T." The truth is likely far more terrestrial.We still don't know who made the tall, metal rectangle or why they stuck it among the red rocks, where it was discovered this week in a helicopter flyover by (they were counting bighorn sheep).And though comparisons were quickly drawn to the fictional monoliths of film auteur Stanley Kubrick's "2001: A Space Odyssey," we can safely say this real-life monolith...

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3,197 more COVID-19 cases, 6 deaths reported Sunday in Utah

3,197 more COVID-19 cases, 6 deaths reported Sunday in Utah

Loading...MarketplaceNewSteve Griffin, KSL, FileSALT LAKE CITY — In its daily release of new figures, the Utah Department of Health Sunday reported 3,197 more test-confirmed cases and six deaths in the state.It says 13,641 more people were tested for the virus over Saturday's numbers, and that 556 Utahns are currently hospitalized due to COVID-19. Nearly 200 of those patients, 197, are reportedly in intensive care. The state's ICU beds are over 91% full.Overall, that brings Utah to 177,176 confirmed cases, 793 deaths, 7,532 hospitalizations, and 1,906,908 tests conducted on 1,344,945...

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Host of Utah County Halloween party charged with violation of health regulations

Host of Utah County Halloween party charged with violation of health regulations

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Sam Penrod, KSL-TVLEHI — Criminal charges have been filed against a man from Saratoga Springs accused of violating health regulations after he hosted a large Halloween party in a Lehi warehouse building.Scott Brown, 19, was charged with disorderly conduct; creating, contributing to, or supporting a public nuisance; violating health regulations and unsafe conditions, according to court documents."Slowing the spread of COVID-19 takes the entire community: law enforcement, public health, elected officials and individuals," said Joe Dougherty, spokesman for...

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Federal agency approves formal start of transition for President-elect Joe Biden

Federal agency approves formal start of transition for President-elect Joe Biden

Loading...MarketplaceNewReutersUPDATE: WASHINGTON (Reuters) — U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on Monday was formally given the go-ahead by a federal agency to begin his transition to the presidency, shortly after the battleground state of Michigan certified him as the winner there.With the rapid-fire developments, President Donald Trump's already languishing efforts to overturn his Nov. 3 defeat appeared to be coming to a close.The U.S. General Services Administration, an independent agency, informed Biden that his transition — leading up to a Jan. 20 swearing-in — could officially begin.In...

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Utahn who pointed bow and arrow at protesters gets year in jail, probation

Utahn who pointed bow and arrow at protesters gets year in jail, probation

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Laura Seitz, KSL, FileSALT LAKE CITY — The man who pointed a bow and arrow at Salt Lake City protesters in what prosecutors contended was a racially motivated display of aggression will spend a year in jail.Third District Judge Paul Parker sentenced Brandon Earl McCormick on Monday to three years of probation after the jail time.McCormick, 58, to possession of a dangerous weapon by a restricted person and aggravated assault, both third-degree felonies.Video taken at a violent outside Salt Lake City's downtown library shows McCormick quickly raising and...

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Rep. Ben McAdams is conceding to Burgess Owens in close 4th District race

Rep. Ben McAdams is conceding to Burgess Owens in close 4th District race

Loading...MarketplaceNewKristin Murphy, KSL, FileUPDATE: Rep. Ben McAdams has made his official concession speech. Republican Burgess Owens is leading the 4th Congressional District in a close race that will see its final vote canvass happen Tuesday, with the state finalizing the election on Nov. 23.Following McAdams' concession speech, Owens tweeted that McAdams had called him to offer congratulations.I received a call from he expressed appreciation for the opportunity to serve and his commitment to a smooth transition. My sincere thanks to him for both. Thank you my fellow Utahns, I am...

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'Post-COVID' clinics are cropping up across the country: Here's why

'Post-COVID' clinics are cropping up across the country: Here's why

Loading...MarketplaceNewKristin Murphy, KSLSALT LAKE CITY — Christine Maughan knew something was off when she could no longer taste Sriracha, a spicy Thai chili sauce.It happened in March, when COVID-19 was just beginning to creep into Utah and little was known about the new disease. When she also developed a rash, she thought it was just an allergic reaction.But a few weeks later, Maughan was still experiencing symptoms like painful shortness of breath. "Whenever I would breathe, it felt like there were thousands of tiny knives in my chest," she recalled.By then, COVID-19 testing in Utah...

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With groups targeting state officials' homes, Orem officials pass ordinance to block residential protests

With groups targeting state officials' homes, Orem officials pass ordinance to block residential protests

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Google mapsOREM — Orem City Council passed an ordinance on Friday making it illegal to engage in targeted residential picketing in the city of Orem. The ordinance comes as groups plan to protest government mandates at officials' residential homes.Concerned Citizens of Utah has announced a series of protests, from Nov. 10-15, at state epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn's residential home, the Governor's Mansion, Gov. Herbert's residential home in Orem, and Gov.-elect Spencer Cox's residential home in Fairview.Per Orem's new ordinance, similar to Salt Lake...

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Utah Valley Hospital strained by conspiracy theorists trying to enter ICU

Utah Valley Hospital strained by conspiracy theorists trying to enter ICU

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Scott G Winterton, KSLLoading...PROVO – Utah Valley Hospital says a handful of conspiracy theorists recently tried to get into their intensive care unit.Hospital administrator Kyle Hansen told the Provo City Council this week that about five people have attempted to get inside because they question whether the ICU is as full as some say.A few of them also brought video cameras."We have individuals trying to sneak into the hospital to visualize and videotape this themselves," Hansen said.So far, it seems no one has been successful getting in.However,...

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Utah Valley Hospital strained by conspiracy theorists trying to enter ICU

Utah Valley Hospital strained by conspiracy theorists trying to enter ICU

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Scott G Winterton, KSLLoading...PROVO – Utah Valley Hospital says a handful of conspiracy theorists recently tried to get into their intensive care unit.Hospital administrator Kyle Hansen told the Provo City Council this week that about five people have attempted to get inside because they question whether the ICU is as full as some say.A few of them also brought video cameras."We have individuals trying to sneak into the hospital to visualize and videotape this themselves," Hansen said.So far, it seems no one has been successful getting in.However,...

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Utah high court weighs case of woman who says church made her listen to audio of her rape

Utah high court weighs case of woman who says church made her listen to audio of her rape

Loading...MarketplaceNewSub-sections:Spenser Heaps, KSL, FileSALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Supreme Court heard arguments Monday in a case alleging male leaders of a Jehovah's Witnesses congregation in Roy forced a 15-year-old girl to listen to a recording of a man raping her in 2008.Lower courts found the church is not liable for the incident under protections of the First Amendment.The state's high court has not yet made any ruling, but one justice made his views on the alleged conduct clear."The allegation here is a mental and emotional equivalent of waterboarding," Justice Deno Himonas said....

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