Ever needed a little assist from a friend or co-worker, but you weren't exactly sure how to ask for it? Well, researchers at Cornell University say they found the best way to get a “yes” when we ask for a favor.
A Provo man accused of threatening and assaulting Black Lives Matter protesters in West Valley City in 2020 is seeking to have the charges against him thrown out under a new self-defense law.
A woman was left permanently paralyzed after a man allegedly fired ‘warning’ shots at two fleeing vehicles in July 2020. He claims he acted in self-defense and sought to have the case dismissed before trial under Utah’s new self-defense law.
Some manufacturers make it hard for you to fix your own stuff by keeping blueprints secret or refusing to sell replacement parts. One industry is bucking that trend. It could save you money and help you bust inflation.
The carpool lanes only work if drivers follow the rules. As KSL investigators learned, many drivers in Utah do not do.
Records obtained by the KSL Investigators reveal the financial fallout of what Salt Lake City officials call a security breach. A former city IT employee is facing felony charges related to the incident.
Utah's $400 million troubled teen industry is facing renewed scrutiny as more than two dozen former residents allege mistreatment and abuse in a new lawsuit.
When someone looks to buy a used car, they are likely going to want some assurance it doesn’t have major hidden damage.
In new court filings, former residents at the Vista residential treatment centers in Sandy and Magna say they faced isolation, humiliation and abuse. Several spoke about their experiences with KSL Investigators.
Despite rising costs, a dollar is still a dollar, right? Not necessarily. As KSL Investigator Matt Gephardt hunts for solutions to inflation, he found that gift cards may be worth a lot more than what they say on the front.
A Utah woman thought she was buying and selling cryptocurrency on a reputable website. That was not the case. She shared her story with KSL Investigator Matt Gephardt in the hopes others will learn from her mistakes.
Data shared with the KSL Investigators shows we are paying more to insure our cars. But here are some ways that will help us pay less.
Republican lawmakers aimed to stop "party raiding" with an earlier party registration deadline. The KSL Investigators looked at the data to see if that’s actually happening.
Digital collectables, known as NFTs, are gaining popularity. Before you pay big money to own one, here’s what you should know.
One way to fight inflation is by having a higher credit score. Just weeks ago, “Buy Now, Pay Later” payments started showing up on credit reports. But can this change help Utahns improve their credit scores?
A Provo resident is among those Utahns wanting to show his support. But when his landlord refused to allow him to display the Ukrainian flag on his patio, he contacted the KSL Investigators.
Utah's death penalty law remains on the books after lawmakers turned back an effort to abolish capital punishment this month. But those same lawmakers might be surprised to learn the Utah Department of Corrections has already dismantled its death row. Now, thanks to the KSL Investigators and the COLD podcast team, we know why.
These days, you can find subscriptions for just about anything — and they can add up quickly. So, KSL Consumer Investigator Matt Gephardt shows us how to avoid getting trapped into unwanted subscriptions.
The Utah Department of Corrections began allowing rival gangs to mingle after an outside group recommended changes to how inmates are housed. Critics say the result has been dangerous. But was the decision backed by data?
On average, a gallon of regular gas now sells for $4.30 in Utah, but before your next fill up, here are eight ways how you can still save money on gas.
Brandon Beckham filed his declaration of candidacy just days after the felony case against him was filed in Utah County.
When you search for a moving company online, you’ll likely connect with a broker. So, what are they? And what are the benefits and risks of using one?
‘My hands are tied’: Judge rules shooting that endangered child justified under Utah’s new self-defense lawThe case against a man who fired several shots at another driver after a bizarre crash in November 2019 is dismissed under Utah’s new self-defense law, despite facts the judge found troubling and believed a jury should hear.
Experts say if the hostilities keep up in Eastern Europe, it will lead to higher airfares here and abroad and it will lengthen flight times.
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