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    SALT LAKE CITY — If you have a family, you know grocery shopping can eat up a big chunk of your monthly budget. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a family of four that’s counting its pennies can wind up spending more than $600 a month. A family that’s not as thrifty can wind […]
  • KSL Investigates: Utah’s Growing Apartment Affordability Crisis

    Utah’s growing economy is great for business, but it’s creating an affordability crisis for renters. The KSL Investigators found as more people move to the region, the demand for apartments has outpaced the supply, pushing up rents faster than wages.
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    The KSL Investigators spent a night with the Metro Gang Unit to get a better sense of a growing problem; gangs are recruiting more kids.
  • KSL Investigates: 5-day-old baby treated for CO poisoning; apartment lacked detector

    SALT LAKE CITY — State lawmakers may be poised to change a law banning local governments from requiring landlords to install carbon monoxide detectors in older apartments. Utah is the only state in the nation with this type of law on the books. The lack of a CO detector in one Provo apartment nearly cost […]
  • KSL Investigates: Outsmarting your smart TV

    Smart TVs offer a host of conveniences, but those conveniences come at a significant cost to privacy.
  • KSL Investigates: How to avoid scam when buying tickets to ‘Hamilton’

    The curtain rises on Hamilton in April at the Eccles Theater. Single tickets to the Utah shows sold out within hours Friday, but shoppers can already find them on online resale sites. Many cost more than a mortgage payment
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    SALT LAKE CITY — The National Retail Federation says on average, families will spend $900 on presents this year and maybe a little more if they’re hosting a holiday party. That got the KSL investigators wondering how much of your money pays for government workers to attend holiday parties. Records provided by 10 of the […]
  • Utah law: Gov’t can’t force landlords to provide CO detectors

    SALT LAKE CITY — Fire departments, 911 dispatchers and poison control centers get hundreds of calls every year regarding carbon monoxide poisoning. In 2015 and 2016, the Salt Lake City Fire Department responded a total of 350 CO-related calls; the Utah Poison Control Center receives 200 such calls every winter. The colorless, odorless gas is […]