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December 18th, 2014
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SLCPD asks for help in identifying McDonald's burglar

06/28/2013 7:58am
Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who burglarized a Salt Lake City McDonald's earlier this month.

Utah halfway to governor's goal of 100,000 jobs

06/28/2013 8:10am
Utah is on track to add 100,000 jobs within three years, Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday, reporting on a promise he made in early 2012.

Gunman wearing surgical mask robs 2 stores, police say

06/28/2013 9:56am
Salt Lake police are searching for a robber who they believe held up two stores at gunpoint. Police said he tried his best to hide his features during the crimes.

Property taxes and what you should know this time of year

06/28/2013 10:15am
As with all aspects of home buying and home ownership, I advocate that homeowners and those looking to purchase their first home understand this of property taxes. Homes are, after all, one of the biggest investments in our lives; it is smart to know how to make and nurture that investment wisely.

3 ancient queens unearthed in Peru

06/28/2013 10:56am
Digging in secret for the last three years, archaeologists in Peru say they have unearthed an ancient royal tomb and its treasures.

Appeals court sides with couple suing UDOT for deadly '07 crash

06/28/2013 11:01am
A couple who lost a daughter in a 2007 crash on I-80 can again pursue a lawsuit against the Utah Department of Transportation thanks to a ruling handed down by the Utah Court of Appeals Thursday.

'Rain god' license plate prompts lawsuit

06/28/2013 11:21am
A federal appeals court has opened the way for an Oklahoma man to sue the state over its Indian "rain god" license plate, ruling that it could be interpreted as a state endorsement of a religion.

Draft night exceeds expectations for Jazz

06/28/2013 11:28am
The Utah Jazz entered this offseason desperate for a point guard. That point guard needed to be a proven winner who can shoot, defend and most importantly provide leadership to a young team.

Hatch calls immigration reform bill 'step No. 1;' Lee labels it a 'disappointment'

06/28/2013 11:41am
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says the passage of a tough border enforcement amendment to the Senate's Gang of Eight immigration bill resulted in a "much better bill" that led to his support of the measure. But Sen. Mike Lee called the bill as "an enormous disappointment."

Brother who accidentally shot sister stole gun, police say

06/28/2013 12:22pm
The gun that a 16-year-old Clearfield boy was playing with when he accidentally shot his 12-year-old sister was reportedly stolen, police said Friday.

Have You Seen This? Upward lightning

06/28/2013 1:14pm
I'm not going to pretend I know what's going on when this lightning storm seems to be going from the ground to the sky, but it does look awesome. I also think Doc Brown may have something to do with it.

Lindon told to boil drinking water after positive E. coli test

06/28/2013 2:28pm
The city of Lindon is warning residents to boil water after finding E. coli bacteria in the culinary drinking water Friday.

5 chick flicks a guy would watch

06/28/2013 2:47pm
Chick Flicks have been a movie producer's way of melting the hearts of women since the dawn of time. While these types of movies are obviously targeted towards females, here is a list of five chick flicks that a lady can get her man to watch and enjoy.

Teen arrested on suspicion of groping joggers

06/28/2013 3:34pm
Salt Lake City police are looking for more victims after arresting a 17-year-old they say was exposing himself to and groping female joggers.

Body found inside burned-out home

06/28/2013 4:05pm
Medical examiners will conduct an autopsy after a body was found in a burned-out home in Willard.

Police department, family rallies around officer with cancer

06/28/2013 4:08pm
Master Police Officer Brett Skinner is the kind of man who extends help anytime he can. So throughout his year-and-a-half battle with cancer, his family and police force have given him the help they think he deserves.

KSL-TV adds first-run SNL to fall programming

06/28/2013 4:36pm
First-run episodes of Saturday Night Live will begin airing on KSL-TV this fall.

Semitrailer pulls down several power poles

06/28/2013 4:54pm
A semitrailer pulled down multiple power poles Friday morning.

Strange mesh bag found in gallon of milk

06/28/2013 5:20pm
After almost entirely finishing a gallon of milk, Alison Quenneville found a white mesh bag inside the jug. Now she's looking for answers on what it is and where it came from.

Utah toddler dead after central Idaho plane crash

06/28/2013 5:34pm
Two small planes collided in central Idaho on Friday morning at the site of a backcountry fly-in, killing a 2-year-old boy and injuring three other people.

Extreme heat warrants extreme caution, health experts say

06/28/2013 5:45pm
With extreme heat forecasted across the state of Utah over the next week, emergency workers and heat experts are emphasizing the need for people to use extreme caution — especially in cars and on the pavement.

Teen recognized for saving classmate's life in lunchroom

06/28/2013 6:28pm
A high school student is worried she's now famous for eating a taco at lunch. It's not that she started choking, but rather how another student saved her that makes it such a great story.

Teen killed in I-15 accident identified as Layton resident

06/28/2013 6:40pm
A 16-year-old Layton girl was killed Thursday in a four-car accident near Centerville caused by debris in the road.

Judge suspends Utah law restricting some federal officers

06/28/2013 7:03pm
A federal judge issued a temporary restraining order on a new Utah law meant to prevent U.S. Forest Service and BLM personnel from enforcing state laws in Utah.

The bully tamer works to tame her parents first

06/28/2013 7:31pm
My daughter — after years of dealing with bullying, harassment, intimidation, name-calling and vandalism — just wants to have a life far away from those who bullied her (and their offspring). However, as the Prodigal Dad, I am considering some serious damage.

Woman missing overnight found safe

06/28/2013 8:11pm
Missing Salt Lake woman could be in danger from record heat

Interest on new student loans will double

06/28/2013 8:46pm
Bad news for millions of college students: Congress left for a holiday break without passing a bill to prevent interest on student loans from doubling.

Workers, students awarded for Safety Week

06/28/2013 9:04pm
Utah's first Workplace Safety Week was designed to enhance a culture of safety in all or our workplaces. As the week wrapped up, the Worker's Compensation Fund awarded workers and students who make safety a priority.

Music therapy facility opens at Primary Children's

06/28/2013 9:05pm
Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young partnered with Primary Children's Hospital to open Sophie's Place - a special music therapy facility to be built in children's hospitals across the U.S.

Valley Mental Health will reduce by 2,200 patients due to budget cuts

06/28/2013 9:11pm
Due to budget cuts, Valley Mental Health will reduce the number of patients it serves by as much as 2,200 people. Patients with lower, less severe mental health issues will be referred to new providers.

Off-duty firefighter saves drowning child in Lehi

06/28/2013 10:20pm
Hillary Horman had only been at the Cranberry Farms pool a few minutes before her life changed forever.

Documentary showcases renowned choir from Utah

06/28/2013 10:31pm
Two internationally-recognized choirs call Salt Lake City home. A new documentary tells the story of one of them -- the Madeleine Choir School.
 
   
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