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On September 10, 1995, KUTV switched its affiliation to CBS as part of a complex deal resulting from Westinghouse Broadcasting (Group W)'s affiliation deal with the network.

CBS traded its longtime O&O in Philadelphia, WCAU-TV, to NBC in exchange for KCNC-TV in Denver, with KUTV added to the deal as compensation.

The station originally broadcast from studios located on Social Hall Avenue in downtown Salt Lake City.

The deal was spearheaded by Tribune publisher John F.

In 2003, the station moved from its longtime studio facilities in West Valley City to a street-side studio at 299 Main Street in downtown Salt Lake's Wells Fargo Center.

In 1979, The station relocated its studio facilities to a new building located at 2185 South 3600 West in West Valley City.

In 1994, NBC bought majority control (88%) of KUTV from VS&A Communications Partners (by this point, the Hatch's stake had been reduced to 12%), making it the second network owned-and-operated station in Utah (Fox had earlier purchased KSTU, channel 13, in 1990, and retained ownership of that station until 2008).

On May 9, 2008 launched KUTV Greener Living, a website focused on green businesses and products in Utah; the site also delivers localized environmental and political news.

On September 8, 2011, Cerberus Capital Management announced the sale of the entire Four Points station group to the Sinclair Broadcast Group for 0 million.