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KCPW World Cup Update – Day 27

(KCPW News) There’s losing, then there’s losing the way Brazil lost today. The host nation took an embarrassing 7-1 defeat at the

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 26

(KCPW News) Who would’ve thought that it would come down to two European teams and two South American teams in the 2014

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 22

(KCPW News) During the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, all eyes were on an eerily prophetic octopus named Paul, who

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 21

(KCPW News) It was a tough day yesterday for American soccer fans, as the US team fell to Belgium in a heartbreaker. So

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 20

(KCPW News) Salt Lake Citizens packed themselves into the Gallivan Center to watch a World Cup thriller between the United States and

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 19

(KCPW News) The round of 16 begins, and it’s been full of drama and controversy, up to and including: extra time, penalty

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 16

(KCPW News) No games today, so KCPW’s Ryan Cunningham and Real Salt Lake blogger Matt Montgomery delve into the cultural melting pot that is the United

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 15

(KCPW News) The group stage has come to a close, but the United States’ World Cup hasn’t ended just yet. Can the

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 14

(KCPW News) Soccer superstar Lionel Messi is starting to look a lot like soccer superstar Lionel Messi. And the United States has

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 13

(KCPW News) It was an unlucky Day 13 for Ivory Coast, Japan, and Italy. And Uruguay’s Luis Suárez and his big mouth

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 12

(KCPW News) The United States is in a position to advance in the World Cup, and our neighbors to the south, Mexico,

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 9

(KCPW News) Nine days into the World Cup, and the goals keep coming. And this weekend, the stakes are high for the

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 8

(KCPW News) Croatia dominates, Cameroon throws around elbows, and England logs another chapter into its book of disappointing World Cups. But really,

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 7

(KCPW News) The kings have been dethroned! Defending World Cup champions Spain dropped their second match in a row, effectively ending their

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 6

(KCPW News) With a foot, a head, and a whole lot of grit, the United States men’s soccer team claimed victory over

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 5

(KCPW News) The United States Men’s National Soccer team did battle with a demon of World Cups past on Monday: Ghana. The United

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 2

(KCPW News) It’s the second day of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which is underway in Brazil. The day featured a surprising

KCPW World Cup Update – Day 1

  (KCPW News) As you may know, the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicked off Thursday afternoon in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The host

3 RSL Players to Participate in Brazil World Cup

    (KCPW News) Last week, the U.S. men’s national soccer team announced its 23-man roster for next month’s World Cup in

Four Years a Griffin, Olympian Every Four Years: Westminster Athletes Win Gold

(KCPW News) On Friday, Westminster College formally recognized and celebrated its Winter Olympic athletes. In total, 23 Westminster students competed for the

Real Salt Lake to Play for MLS Cup, BBQ Sauce

(KCPW News) Just eight years ago, Real Salt Lake wrapped up their inaugural season in Major League Soccer, and many in Utah

Increased Security at Salt Lake Marathon

(KCPW News) Nearly 10,000 people are expected to run in this weekend’s Salt Lake Marathon. In the wake of the explosions at

Goal of New DWR Director: Get Youth Involved

Earlier this week Greg Sheehan, a twenty-year veteran of the Utah Departments of Natural Resources and Wildlife Resources, was named the new

Shurtleff Drops Lawsuit Against Bowl Championship Series

Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says he’s satisfied with the recent decision by the Bowl Championship Series to move to a college

Geena Davis to Visit Salt Lake Bees Game, Highlighting Women in Baseball

She’s been a fugitive, baseball player and President of the United States… all on screen. Now, Oscar-winning actress Geena Davis is coming

Becker Not Disappointed USOC Won’t Bid for 2022 Winter OIympic Games

Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker says he’s not disappointed the U.S. Olympic Committee won’t submit a bid for the 2022 Winter

SLC Council Considers Golf Course Closure

The Salt Lake City Council will begin discussions today about a proposal to close the Jordan River Par 3 Golf Course in

Outdoor Retailer Show Will Pump $20 Million Into Salt Lake Economy

An infusion of $20 million is about to hit Salt Lake City as about 21,000 visitors to the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market

DWR Ramps Up Poaching Patrols

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is ramping up patrols this winter in an effort to stop poachers from killing deer out-of-season.

DWR Finds Whirling Disease at Strawberry Reservoir

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources has identified the parasite that causes whirling disease in Strawberry Reservoir.