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December 19th, 2014
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US orders diplomats out of Lahore, Pakistan

08/09/2013 8:28am
The U.S. has warned Americans not to travel to Pakistan and evacuated most government personnel from the country's second largest city because of a threat to the consulate there, a U.S. official said Friday, the latest example of the danger facing diplomats operating in volatile parts of the Muslim world.

'Planes' resembles 'Cars,' with wings

08/09/2013 8:33am
If you liked "Cars" you will like "Planes" because "Planes" is "Cars" with wings.

Report: Fake officer stopped real police agents

08/09/2013 8:53am
Authorities say a man driving a truck with police lights on top made a crucial misstep during a bogus police stop in northern New Mexico.

Back-to-school shopping tips

08/09/2013 9:09am
If recent reports are correct, you will not be spending as much money on your child's back-to-school supplies this year. This is concerning for some educators.

Fatal crash closes downtown Salt Lake intersection

08/09/2013 9:29am
Emergency crews are on the scene of a fatal accident that has closed 600 South eastbound at West Temple.

Mother accused of abusing 6-year-old daughter with boiling water

08/09/2013 9:31am
A mother was arrested in St. Cloud, Fla. after heating up water and throwing it on her child, police said.

Man accused of Weber County pitchfork stabbing

08/09/2013 9:46am
A 54-year-old man has been charged with aggravated assault after authorities say he stabbed a pitchfork through another man's hand.

Family helps newest Utah recruit achieve success

08/09/2013 10:07am
Brekkott Chapman received valuable advice from his mother at a young age that has helped him become one of the best high school basketball players in the nation.

Police arrest former Utah junior college coach

08/09/2013 10:17am
Police have arrested a former Utah junior college basketball coach who law enforcement officials say has described himself as an "Islamist jihadist."

New Yorkers line up for Ramen Burger

08/09/2013 10:44am
Waffle tacos. Cronuts. The stranger the carb combination and mix of cuisines, the bigger sensation it will be. Enter: the Ramen Burger.

S. Utah woman sentenced for commandeering cop car

08/09/2013 10:58am
A 48-year-old Washington City woman could spend the rest of her life in prison after she was sentenced for commandeering a police car at gunpoint in November.

Jim Carrey 'cannot support' his latest film due to violent content

08/09/2013 11:46am
Graphically violent films have always gotten people talking. This time, it's from the stars themselves as they tackle the debate: does movie violence contribute to violence in our country?

'Mystery priest' helps at near-fatal accident site

08/09/2013 12:40pm
Emergency workers are praising an unknown priest who they say mysteriously appeared at the scene of an accident last Sunday and helped save a woman's life.

Have You Seen This? Don't dance ugly

08/09/2013 1:16pm
A son started dancing like a fool and his dad made sure to put a quick stop to it. The quick stop comment will be funny once you watch the video.

Man accused of alleged rape, impersonating officer

08/09/2013 2:34pm
A man wanted for allegedly impersonating an police officer and raping a woman he met through a dating service has been arrested.

5 new trailers from this week you need to watch

08/09/2013 2:43pm
This week saw the release of five new trailers worth checking out. They include new ones for "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," "Thor" The Dark World" and "Ender's game." There are also trailers from the George Clooney directed "The Monuments Men" as well as the Tom hanks starring "Captain Phillips."

Man killed in Lake Powell boating accident identified

08/09/2013 2:43pm
A man was killed after being ejected from a boat and then hit by it Wednesday evening on Lake Powell.

Obama says phone spying not abused, will continue

08/09/2013 3:04pm
President Barack Obama made it clear Friday he has no intention of stopping the daily collection of American phone records. And while he offered "appropriate reforms," he blamed government leaks for creating distrust of his domestic spying program.

Obama signs student loan deal, says job isn't done

08/09/2013 3:35pm
President Barack Obama signed into law Friday a measure restoring lower interest rates for student loans, pledging the hard-fought compromise would be just the first step in a broader, concerted fight to rein in the costs of a college education.

Parole denied for David Serbeck in sex case

08/09/2013 3:57pm
David Serbeck, who was paralyzed during a neighborhood dispute and was later convicted in an unrelated case of having sexual relations with a 17-year-old girl, will remain in prison until at least 2015.

'Close enough' Wahlberg says of fan who mistook him for Damon

08/09/2013 4:28pm
Actor Mark Wahlberg is getting props for playing along with a Matt Damon fan who mistook the former for the latter.

Toddler dies in trailer accident

08/09/2013 5:31pm
An 18-month-old girl was hit and killed when her father moved a trailer near their home in Provo.

Utah lawmakers give $10M to STEM educational program

08/09/2013 6:03pm
Utah lawmakers have taken the first step in helping students learn more about science, technology, engingeering and math. The legislature allocated $10 million to a pilot program to adjust the focus in the classroom and to equip teachers to get it done.

Woman identified following fatal fall from downtown building

08/09/2013 6:52pm
Police are investigating the Friday morning death of a woman as suspicious.

Police look for alleged bank robber

08/09/2013 6:58pm
Police are looking for a bank robber who allegedly stole an undisclosed amount of money from a Taylorsville bank.

Tour of Utah moves downtown for fourth stage

08/09/2013 7:14pm
More than 100 riders from 32 countries will compete in the fourth stage of the six stage race as the Tour of Utah moves downtown Friday night. The start and the finish line is at the State Capitol building.

Aging won't get the best of Prodigal Dad

08/09/2013 7:32pm
Age has taught me not to go too fast, and that being kind to people is something that matters more than having to be right. Everything else is secondary. A humorous look at aging by Prodigal Dad — for those who don't take it too seriously.

Calif. faces longer, tough wildfire season

08/09/2013 7:59pm
California truly is the Golden State this summer _ golden brown _ and that has fire officials worried heading into the peak of the wildfire season.

Why eating chocolate is good for your brain

08/09/2013 8:11pm
Chocolate lovers, rejoice: another study has come out touting more health benefits from eating your favorite creamy confection. Studies have already shown that chocolate can improve your heart health, lower your blood pressure, and now — it can make you smarter.

Fla. murder suspect posted photo of wife's body

08/09/2013 8:21pm
Derek Medina appeared to live much of his life online.

Miss Riverton charged with felony after 'homemade bomb' incident

08/09/2013 8:52pm
The woman recently crowned Miss Riverton is facing four felony charges after her arrest last weekend.

Neighbors feud over height of home being built in Davis County

08/09/2013 8:55pm
A neighborhood dispute over a tall house under construction has become a source of contention between two Davis County cities.

Kiosk dedicated to 3 victims killed in 2007 wildfire

08/09/2013 9:09pm
The Forest Service dedicated an informational kiosk Friday to the memories of three men killed in the 2007 Neola North Fire, which scorched more than 40,000 acres in Duchesne and Uintah counties.

Man arrested in connection to mailbox thefts

08/09/2013 9:15pm
Draper police arrested a man they believe is connected to a recent rash of mailbox thefts. The mailbox thefts have led to fraudulent credit card charges, residents said.

Low water levels impact business at Utah Lake

08/09/2013 9:55pm
Businesses on Utah Lake may face an early season closure due to low water levels in the coming weeks.

Sudanese family reunited after 5 years with help from volunteers

08/09/2013 10:13pm
A Sudanese mother separated from her family for five years was reunited with two daughters and met her granddaughters for the first time in an emotional meeting Friday afternoon at Salt Lake City International Airport.

Man runs 12 marathons in 12 months to cope with loss, help others

08/09/2013 10:15pm
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is a deeply personal and painful experience, and one man decided to run 12 marathons as a way to heal and help others.

Obama says no USA Olympic boycott; Utah Olympian agrees

08/09/2013 10:53pm
Many civil rights groups said U.S. teams should boycott the 2014 Olympics after Russian president, Vladimir Putin, announced that the country would enforce laws that athletes or fans promoting a gay lifestyle would be arrested. However, a former Olympian from Utah said that shouldn't happen.

Man wanted in Ogden kidnapping arrested in California

08/09/2013 11:06pm
A man wanted for allegedly kidnapping and sexually abusing a 14- year-old boy has been arrested in California.

Car in Calif. missing teen case found in Idaho

08/09/2013 11:17pm
A car belonging to a man suspected of killing a California woman and her young son and then fleeing with the 16-year-old daughter was found in the Idaho wilderness on Friday after a horseback rider reported seeing the man and girl hiking in the area two days earlier, authorities said.
 
   
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