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Police ID man killed in West Valley shooting

Carter Williams  |  Posted  May 29th - 9:14am

Police have identified the 30-year-old man killed Saturday in an alleged road rage incident, as well as the man arrested in connection to the shooting.

Photos: Veterans mark Memorial Day by remembering fallen soliders

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  May 29th - 8:27am

Marine Corps League member and veteran, Brian Nicholes, right, and Ron Woodward salute a grave of a fallen American soldier at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Salt Lake City on Saturday, May 28, 2016.

Principal placed on leave after being accused of domestic violence

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  May 28th - 10:28pm

A Davis School District principal has been placed on administrative leave after being arrested Friday in connection with a reported domestic assault at his home.

Longboarder shot, killed in road rage incident, police say

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  Posted  May 28th - 10:16pm

A road rage incident led to the fatal shooting of a man riding a longboard Saturday afternoon in West Valley City, police said.

Police ride in honor of fallen officers during Memorial Day celebration

Alex Cabrero  |  Posted  May 28th - 10:01pm

Typically, if you see a lot of flashing police lights, it means that someone is in trouble. However, that wasn’t the case with all the police motorcycles Saturday morning.

The 15 fastest cars you can buy

Wade Bruffey, Graphic  |  Posted  May 28th - 9:38pm

The 65 miles per hour speed limit on most of America’s freeways doesn’t keep us from fantasizing about cars capable of traveling three times that speed. The astronomical price tags attached to them aren’t having much of an effect, either.

How to stop superbugs from killing 10 million people a year

Meera Senthilingam, CNN  |  Posted  May 28th - 9:01pm

Superbugs could kill one person every three seconds by 2050, the equivalent of 10 million people a year, according to the final report last week from the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, established in 2014 to keep the world from being "cast back into the dark ages of medicine."

Lee praises Trump's potential Supreme Court picks but hasn't endorsed him

Dennis Romboy  |  Posted  May 28th - 8:36pm

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, really likes Donald Trump's list of potential U.S. Supreme Court nominees, but that hasn't persuaded him to endorse the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

Get returned stolen cars inspected for meth, police warn

Pat Reavy  |  Posted  May 28th - 7:32pm

Police are warning owners of stolen vehicles to get them checked for possible drug residue once they've been returned. Many car thieves have drug habits and use the substances in the stolen vehicles.

7-run inning lifts Utah over Washington for share of Pac-12 title

Josh Furlong  |  Posted  May 28th - 6:42pm

Utah baseball claimed at least a share of the Pac-12 title Saturday, beating the Washington Huskies 12-8 following a big seventh-inning rally.

UTA employee Kay Ricks remembered as 'endlessly forgiving'

Katie McKellar  |  Posted  May 28th - 6:29pm

Several hundred friends, family members and co-workers gathered at an LDS Chapel in American Fork to honor the life of Kay Ricks, UTA employee who was found dead on a dirt road outside Kemmerer, Wyoming after he and his UTA truck vanished on May 12.

Salt Lake Comic Con buys into local gaming convention

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  May 28th - 5:27pm

Salt Lake Comic Con has expanded its reach on the Utah nerd convention circuit, buying a 50 percent stake in Salt Lake Gaming Con.

San Juan County Commissioner appeals conviction for 2014 ATV protest ride

Ben Lockhart  |  Posted  May 28th - 4:41pm

San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman filed an appeal Friday, saying the court was wrong to convict him of an illegal ATV protest ride.

State, education leaders gear up for summer deliberation as school year ends

Morgan Jacobsen  |  Posted  May 28th - 2:03pm

School's out for several school districts across the Wasatch Front, but state lawmakers plan to address several education issues during their interim meetings over the summer, such as testing, accountability and Utah's teacher shortage.

Holiday air travelers get a break from long security lines

Jeff Martin and Russ Bynum, Associated Press  |  Posted  May 28th - 12:56pm

Travelers who were dreading long airport security lines ahead of the Memorial Day weekend instead reported moving quickly through checkpoints Friday after authorities opened extra screening lanes and used bomb-sniffing dogs to give some passengers a break from removing their shoes.

Salt Lake City fire chief plans to retire this fall

Katie McKellar  |  Posted  May 28th - 12:21pm

To some city leaders' surprise, Salt Lake Fire Chief Brian Dale has announced he will be retiring this fall.

Consumers warned to beware of real estate scam

Jasen Lee  |  Posted  May 28th - 11:16am

The Utah Division of Real Estate warns Utah consumers to be aware of a scam that targets property transactions through fake emails in an effort to trick people into wiring loan transfers and other high dollar amounts to fraudulent accounts.

Man with fake gun subdued at Park City hospital, official says

Ben Lockhart  |  Posted  May 28th - 10:54am

A man caused a brief scare Friday when he attempted to pull from his waistband what turned out to be a fake gun at Park City Medical Center, hospital officials said.

Retired teacher writes letters to former students at graduation one last time

Alex Cabrero  |  Posted  May 28th - 10:28am

Barbara Langford can tell you what made each of her students special. In her 17-year career spent mostly at Manila Elementary School in Pleasant Grove, Langford estimates she has taught more than 500 students in 4th and 5th grades.

Polygamous leader asks again to be let out of jail

Associated Press  |  Posted  May 28th - 9:49am

A high-ranking polygamous sect leader accused of helping orchestrate a multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme says he should be let out of jail since the trial has been pushed back to October.