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During your lunch break, catch up on the day's national and local news. We also give you traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the 9's as you commute around the Wasatch front.

During your lunch break, catch up on the day's national and local news. We also give you traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the 9's as you commute around the Wasatch front.
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During your lunch break, catch up on the day's national and local news. We also give you traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the 9's as you commute around the Wasatch front.




LDS Church announces changes to its missionary program – Oct. 20, 2017

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says it is trimming the number of worldwide missions. The move is “to better fit the needs of each region of the world.” Additionally, Church leaders introduced a standard set of interview questions “to be asked of prospective missionaries uniformly across the world,” according to a Mormon Newsroom release.

Duration: 00:33:05

Five Weber High School students stayed home today following backlash from video with racial slurs – Oct. 17, 2017

Five Weber High School students appearing in a video with racial slurs did not go to school today. A district spokesman says the controversy has quickly turned into a lesson for the entire school. The Video appears to have the girls say gibberish, but when the video it played backwards it contains the profanity and slurs. The video was posted on social media and has spread quickly.

Duration: 00:35:05

One of two girls hit by a truck in Perry, Utah dies – Oct. 16, 2017

A 16-year-old girl has died after being hit by a pickup truck crossing a Perry highway on Sunday. The victim along with a 14-year-old girl were trying to get across the street to reach a fruit stand when the truck came up the street and hit them both. The man who was driving the pickup truck was uninjured and is cooperating with police.

Duration: 00:34:28

A couple survives being stranded in Southern Utah for six days – Oct. 13, 2017

An elderly couple from Texas survived for six days without food and water, stranded in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The couple says their car broke down and they became lost after getting following directions from their GPS device.

Duration: 00:33:55

A former USC football takes a plea deal in a sexual assault case – Oct 12, 2017

A former Brighton High School and USC football player accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a party, pleaded guilty to reduced charges today. Osa masina was set to appear before a jury next week. But now will be sentenced December 5th.

Duration: 00:34:08

A Kennecott employee dies after being exposed to sulfur dioxide – Oct. 11, 2017

A Rio Tinto Kennecott employee has died after being exposed to sulfur dioxide at the company's smelter in Magna, Utah. The accident happened Sunday morning, but the employee died in the hospital last night. Kennecott managing director Marc Cameron says they are deeply saddened by the tragedy. The company is providing employee assistance to those who it and they've launched an internal investigation into what went wrong.

Duration: 00:34:22

3-year-old reunited with family, after child was left at a corn maze overnight – Oct. 10, 2017

Police say a 3-year-old was left overnight at the crazy corn maze in West Jordan, Utah. A police spokesperson tells KSL Newsradio the boy was found by himself and workers at the corn maze used a bullhorn to call out that a boy was not able to find his family. No one responded or came forward so the boy spend the night with DCFS workers. The next morning at 7:45 am a woman called saying she couldn’t locate her child. Police are not investigating what happened.

Duration: 00:35:13

Two delivery drivers save a store clerk from a man stabbing her – Oct. 9, 2017

Two delivery drivers are being credited with helping to save a gas station store clerk that was being attacked overnight in West Valley City, Utah. The delivery drivers say the suspect was yelling that he was going to kill the woman, and the clerk did get stabbed seen times before the drivers could pull him away.

Duration: 00:34:37

Funeral service recap for Elder Robert D. Hales – Oct. 6, 2017

The funeral for Elder Robert D. Hales of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was held in Salt Lake City today at the historic tabernacle building. Elder Hales died this past Sunday at the age of 85.

Duration: 00:35:43

More stories of heroism coming out of the Las Vegas shooting – Oct 5, 2017

Additional stories of heroes are coming out from the Las Vegas shooting. A Utah woman from Price says she survived because of a former marine who helped her get to safety. Today she found out that man is a police officer from San Diego.

Duration: 00:35:24

President Trump visiting shooting victims in Las Vegas – Oct 4, 2017

President Donald Trump is spending time meeting with victims of the mass shooting in a Las Vegas hospital. Plus, the FBI is hoping to learn more about the deceased suspect by interviewing his girlfriend who has returned to the country.

Duration: 00:34:31

A third person with Utah ties among the dead following the Las Vegas attack – Oct. 3, 2017

We now know the wife of a Cedar City firefighter is among those who were killed during the shooting attack at country music festival in Las Vegas. Heather Warino Alvarado, wife of Cedar City firefighter Albert Alvarado died. The fire department says they have heavy hearts and they are doing what they can to support the Alvarado family.

Duration: 00:35:32

Live from the Vegas Strip following the nation’s worst mass shooting – Oct. 2, 2017

The Vegas strip is deserted following the mass shooting that killed dozens of people and injured over 500 people. KSL Newsradio’s Peter Samore says people who ran for miles fleeing for their lives are starting to return back to their hotels.

Duration: 00:22:57

U of U talks free speech - September 25, 2017

Cottonwood Heights police release body camera footage from an officer-involved shooting in which the teen who was shot survived. The University of Utah speaks with students about free speech ahead of campus visit by Ben Shapiro. A group of immigrants take an oath of citizenship, becoming U.S. citizens.

Duration: 00:35:25

Water main floods I-215 - September 22, 2017

A water main break leads to mud and debris blocking lanes on the northbound lanes of the I-215 east belt. Fall begins with cold weather and even snow across parts of northern Utah. Utah school students raise money for a school in Houston impacted by hurricane flooding.

Duration: 00:34:31

Gang violence in Kearns - September 20, 2017

Unified police plan a meeting in Kearns to discuss a recent blast of gang violence, including two deaths overnight. FLDS polygamist sect leader Lyle Jeffs cuts a plea deal in a federal food stamp fraud charge. Utah lawmakers meet in special session to deal with issues arising from Operation Rio Grande.

Duration: 00:35:19

Trump blasts "Rocket Man"

President Donald Trump, in a historic speech to the United Nations General Assembly, called North Korea's Kim Jong Un a "rocket man" and said if the United States is forced to defend itself or its allies, "we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea." Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman addresses the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, which is considering whether he should become the next Ambassador to Russia. And a strong earthquake rattles Mexico City.

Duration: 00:33:40

A 7 vehicle crash leaves one dead in Utah County – Sept 12, 2017

A man died on I-15 in Utah County when he steered his vehicle into the back of a flatbed truck. The Utah highway patrol says this was part of a seven-car crash that happened just north of the 500 East exit.

Duration: 00:35:13

Irma moves north past Florida - September 11, 2017

Tropical Storm Irma leaves flooding and wind damage in Florida as it moves north and west past the state. Utah marks the 16th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. Orem police arrest a man who repeatedly called 911 asking to be deported. BYU's football team does some soul searching after the rivalry game loss to the University of Utah.

Duration: 00:33:38

Florida braces for Irma - September 7, 2017

Salt Lake City police arrest 25 people in a drug trafficking investigation tied to Operation Rio Grande. Utah's governor pitches for state control of health insurance before Congress. Hurricane Irma continues tracking toward Florida.

Duration: 00:35:28

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