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July 27th, 2014
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Child porn discovered on laptop brought to store

06/04/2013 7:09am
A West Valley City man is facing 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after a tech team discovered child pornography on his computer.

3 Fla. schools scanned children's eyes without parental consent

06/04/2013 8:03am
While Americans debate whether the U.S. Supreme Court decision on DNA swabbing is too invasive, parents from three Florida schools are outraged over iris scanning on school buses.

Violent crime up slightly in Salt Lake City

06/04/2013 9:15am
Preliminary FBI data show the number of violent crimes reported to police in Salt Lake City rose slightly from 2011 to 2012.

5 years probation for nanny convicted of breaking infant's ankles

06/04/2013 10:26am
A former nanny was sentenced Monday to five years of probation after pleading guilty on two charges of child abuse in April.

4 reasons to visit Tracy Aviary

06/04/2013 11:02am
Tracy Aviary in Salt Lake City is the oldest public aviary in the U.S., but most of its family-friendly exhibits are new. If you haven't been to Tracy Aviary recently, now is a great time to plan a visit.

A simple mom's love for her son, family

06/04/2013 11:37am
In the midst of life, a woman lost her life unexpectedly. She wasn't famous or noteworthly, but she was a mom. In the end, she fulfilled a measure that is far great than most any accomplishment. And now her son tries to pay tribute.

U. research reveals diet of ancient human ancestors

06/04/2013 12:17pm
What did ancient human ancestors eat? Fruits, vegetables, grasses, meats? Research recently released from the University of Utah is shedding new light.

Milking cows and getting owned by Mother Nature

06/04/2013 12:42pm
That headline is likely confusing, but just know, it's another typical day in the MLB.

Have You Seen This? Adorable duet

06/04/2013 1:17pm
A father and son singing a duet is pretty cool, but when the son is only 2 and has the lungs of a full-grown man, it's adorable.

5 films you didn't know were inspired by Shakespeare

06/04/2013 2:02pm
A new adaptation of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" is headed to theaters this weekend and here's a look at five films you may not have known were adaptations of Shakespeare plays.

Woman missing since Sunday found dead

06/04/2013 2:23pm
A two-day search for a missing Carbon County woman ended Tuesday when a family friend found her body at the base of a cliff. Evidence at the scene shows that Holly Martineau slipped and fell about 100 feet, according to Price police.

Gun lobbyist claims innocence in court appearance

06/04/2013 2:34pm
A gun lobbyist charged with trespassing, mischief, domestic violence in the presence of a child and making a threat to life plead guilty Tuesday morning.

No more layoffs for now, Kennecott says

06/04/2013 3:09pm
A massive landslide at the Bingham Canyon Mine in April that forced Kennecott Utah Copper to dramatically cut costs won't include another layoff — for now.

Inmates suing corrections officers for use of tear gas

06/04/2013 3:41pm
Utah State Prison inmates feared for their lives after corrections officers released tear gas in the mental health unit that seeped into their cells through the ventilation system, according to a federal lawsuit.

Motorcyclist critically injured after being rear-ended on I-15

06/04/2013 4:09pm
A man was flown to a Provo hospital with critical injuries after being hit by a car that failed to brake fast enough in congested traffic.

Utah deer dies after mounting moving motorcycle

06/04/2013 4:34pm
Authorities say a Utah deer was mortally wounded after she mounted a moving sport bike during rush hour.

Man apparently drowns at Flaming Gorge

06/04/2013 4:39pm
A Rock Springs man died Sunday at Flaming Gorge Reservoir. A woman who was with him said she began to swim to him but he went under water before she could reach him.

New allergy treatment offers alternative to shots

06/04/2013 5:08pm
For 86 percent of those who suffer with allergies, over-the-counter medications are enough. But for the most severe cases, specialized care through an allergist is necessary, and they are working to come up with painless treatments.

Lawyers challenge injunction against Utah gang

06/04/2013 6:10pm
A first-of-its-kind in Utah injunction against an Ogden gang is now before the Utah Supreme Court. The injunction is seen by prosecutors and police as a crime-fighting tool, but defense attorneys are arguing the measure is unconstitutional and overly broad.

Man convicted of manslaughter sent to prison for 2011 shooting

06/04/2013 6:45pm
Rodney Amato Liti, convicted of manslaughter and other charges in connection with a fatal 2011 shooting in Taylorsville, was sentenced to prison Tuesday.

Crews test new Draper TRAX line with simulated crash

06/04/2013 7:20pm
The Utah Transit Authority and Unified Fire teamed up to practice rescue skills Tuesday along the soon-to-be-open Draper TRAX line.

Utah industrial espionage case collapses in federal court

06/04/2013 7:41pm
More than a year after federal authorities trumpeted their first-ever arrest in Utah for industrial espionage, the case has collapsed with the dismissal of 25 charges.

Conservative think tank calls for Swallow to resign

06/04/2013 7:58pm
The Sutherland Institute, a conservative, nonpartisan public policy think tank, is calling for embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow to step down.

Learning to celebrate the pain of running

06/04/2013 8:54pm
The reasons to run are as numerous as the runners on the road. National Running Day: What it is and why we celebrate it.

Search for missing BYU student ends for the day

06/04/2013 9:11pm
A search was being conducted on Y Mountain Tuesday for a 20-year-old man last seen on Saturday.

Mutual commitment registry ordinance passes in 8-1 vote

06/04/2013 9:26pm
The Salt Lake County Council voted 8-1 Tuesday to pass an ordinance creating a mutual commitment registry for "adult relationships of financial dependence or interdependence."

Get play and purpose with an 80% summer schedule

06/04/2013 9:35pm
Solve the summer dilemma of how to give children playtime, purpose and possibly education while you get a reprieve. Try the "80 percent" summer schedule.

Residents angry about Stericycle pollution, demand answers

06/04/2013 10:03pm
When news broke that a medical waste incinerator in North Salt Lake was putting too much pollution into the air, hundreds of residents decided to take action.

Tooele County to turn miles of paved road into gravel

06/04/2013 10:11pm
Tooele County is planning to turn miles of paved road into gravel because the county can't afford to repair potholes on the road.
 
   
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