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October 31st, 2014
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Search continues for suspect in beating, shooting of SLC man

06/01/2013 8:30am
Police are looking for the man they say joined two other suspects in beating another man for information, then shot him as he fled.

Utah's top gun lobbyist charged in dispute with ex-wife

06/01/2013 11:59am
The state's top gun spokesman is facing misdemeanor charges following an alleged Memorial Day dispute with his ex-wife.

Blaze destroys home of former Payson mayor

06/01/2013 12:13pm
A fire destroyed the home of a former Payson mayor Friday night.

Proposed repairs to Great Salt Lake causeway under fire

06/01/2013 1:33pm
Changes to the Union Pacific Railroad causeway built more than six decades ago are a "hot" topic of concern that a state technical team wants studied in depth.

South Jordan second-fastest growing city in U.S.

06/01/2013 3:22pm
South Jordan was the second-fastest growing large city in the U.S. between 2011 and 2012, according to new U.S. Census Bureau numbers.

Sticker helps first responders act fast, save lives

06/01/2013 3:43pm
A new program in Salt Lake County can help communicate medical information about a car accident victim to the first responders who arrive at the scene of the accident.

Stricter meat labeling gives consumer more information

06/01/2013 5:14pm
Some of us really don't take a long hard look at the labels of our food as long as it tastes good. And some say it's their right to know.

Utah soldier killed in Afghanistan laid to rest

06/01/2013 6:50pm
A Utah County soldier killed in war earlier this month was laid to rest Saturday in a the Salem City Cemetery.

3 arrested for alleged assault that left man in coma

06/01/2013 8:08pm
Three people accused of brutally beating a man were arrested Saturday.

In 'Shark Tank'-type contest, students pitch app ideas

06/01/2013 8:22pm
Ten very creative Alta High School students competed in a "Shark Tank"-like contest to develop the best new mobile app. The winner took home $2,000, plus the opportunity to have his idea developed into a real business application.

U. of U. training 20 students to work at NSA complex

06/01/2013 9:17pm
They won't be trained for espionage, but about 20 University of Utah students will learn how to run the National Security Agency's new data collection center in Bluffdale.

Police investigate death of man on train tracks

06/01/2013 10:15pm
A 25-year-old Roy man died instantly after being struck by a southbound freight train early Saturday morning. The man may not have heard the approaching train because he was using ear buds to listen to music.

For 90th birthday, woman takes flight on paraglider

06/01/2013 10:37pm
Age is just a number for a great-grandmother who celebrated her 90th birthday Friday by flying over the Salt Lake Valley on a paraglider.

Mark Shurtleff, former AG, resigns from DC law firm

06/01/2013 10:40pm
Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleffsaid Saturday that he has resigned from the international law firm where he has been working since leaving office six months ago.

Child life specialists give hope to Primary Children's patients

06/01/2013 10:46pm
At Primary Children's Medical Center, they don't just treat children, they give them hope.

Director, supervisor of youth center arrested for rape, assault

06/01/2013 11:59pm
Police have arrested two employees of a troubled youth treatment center after allegations of sexual assault at the facility were lodged May 21.
 
   
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