06/04/2013 7:09amA West Valley City man is facing 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor after a tech team discovered child pornography on his computer.
06/04/2013 8:03amWhile 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.
06/04/2013 9:15amPreliminary FBI data show the number of violent crimes reported to police in Salt Lake City rose slightly from 2011 to 2012.
06/04/2013 10:26amA former nanny was sentenced Monday to five years of probation after pleading guilty on two charges of child abuse in April.
06/04/2013 11:02amTracy 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.
06/04/2013 11:37amIn 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.
06/04/2013 12:17pmWhat did ancient human ancestors eat? Fruits, vegetables, grasses, meats? Research recently released from the University of Utah is shedding new light.
06/04/2013 12:42pmThat headline is likely confusing, but just know, it's another typical day in the MLB.
06/04/2013 2:02pmA 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.
06/04/2013 2:23pmA 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.
06/04/2013 2:34pmA gun lobbyist charged with trespassing, mischief, domestic violence in the presence of a child and making a threat to life plead guilty Tuesday morning.
06/04/2013 3:09pmA 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.
06/04/2013 3:41pmUtah 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.
06/04/2013 4:09pmA 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.
06/04/2013 4:34pmAuthorities say a Utah deer was mortally wounded after she mounted a moving sport bike during rush hour.
06/04/2013 4:39pmA 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.
06/04/2013 5:08pmFor 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.
06/04/2013 6:10pmA 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.
06/04/2013 6:45pmRodney Amato Liti, convicted of manslaughter and other charges in connection with a fatal 2011 shooting in Taylorsville, was sentenced to prison Tuesday.
06/04/2013 7:20pmThe Utah Transit Authority and Unified Fire teamed up to practice rescue skills Tuesday along the soon-to-be-open Draper TRAX line.
06/04/2013 7:41pmMore 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.
06/04/2013 7:58pmThe Sutherland Institute, a conservative, nonpartisan public policy think tank, is calling for embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow to step down.
06/04/2013 8:54pmThe reasons to run are as numerous as the runners on the road. National Running Day: What it is and why we celebrate it.
06/04/2013 9:11pmA search was being conducted on Y Mountain Tuesday for a 20-year-old man last seen on Saturday.
06/04/2013 9:26pmThe 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."
06/04/2013 9:35pmSolve the summer dilemma of how to give children playtime, purpose and possibly education while you get a reprieve. Try the "80 percent" summer schedule.
06/04/2013 10:03pmWhen 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.
06/04/2013 10:11pmTooele 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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