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August 28th, 2014
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5 more great lunch spots near Downtown

08/13/2013 8:18am
Not everyone lunches downtown, but for those of you who do, we've picked another bunch of our favorite lunch spots in Salt Lake City.

What happens when former greats return to their 'roots'?

08/13/2013 8:34am
How does Jerry Sloan's return to the Utah Jazz correspond with other sporting legends returning to prominent roles in their franchise of fame?

Man stabbed while trying to break up fight

08/13/2013 8:42am
One man was arrested and investigators continued to look for a second suspect following a coffee shop stabbing.

Musk's 'Hyperloop' transport idea has sci-fi feel

08/13/2013 9:19am
The concept sounds like something from the comic books that billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk read religiously as a boy: a capsule that speeds along as fast as sound, carrying people between major cities, never troubled by bad weather or turbulence.

Tuition isn't only bill college students see

08/13/2013 9:48am
Despite all the grumbling about tuition increases and student loan costs, other college expenses also are going up.

Russia: Surgeon stole heroin found in stomach

08/13/2013 10:03am
Russian police say they have arrested a surgeon who stole some of the heroin he had been called on to extract from the stomach of a suspected drug mule.

Man rescued from rough waters of Bear Lake

08/13/2013 10:36am
Rangers say a boater survived being tossed from his watercraft on Bear Lake with help from a life jacket.

Plans moving ahead for LDS temples in Conn, Colo, Idaho

08/13/2013 11:15am
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is preparing to break ground for its new temples in Connecticut and Colorado this month.

Boy finds 5.16 carat diamond on family vacation

08/13/2013 11:42am
A North Carolina boy took home a large and possibly valuable souvenir from vacation last month when he found a 5.16 carat diamond.

Study challenges 'hookup culture' view of college life

08/13/2013 12:04pm
A study from the University of Oregon questions the perception that "hookups" play a greater role in college life than in the past. Researchers said the perception students have more sex and that campus life is more sexualized now is not borne out.

Teen forced to become escort, police say

08/13/2013 12:13pm
A Layton man accused of forcing a 16-year-old runaway girl to work as a prostitute has been arrested.

BYU's spirit connects with tradition and honor

08/13/2013 12:36pm
Bronco Mendenhall was crazy to think BYU's football game-day jerseys should read spirit, tradition or honor, but his intent was correct. BYU needs to recruit to its strength, which includes a heavy dose of Mendenhall's self-created core philosophies.

Crews successfully conduct burnout at Idaho town

08/13/2013 12:47pm
Fire crews in central Idaho capitalized on favorable winds Tuesday to continue burnout operations around a small mountain community, seeking to push a wildfire toward an area torched by a massive blaze last year.

6 great things to do in Park City

08/13/2013 1:30pm
Voted the Best Active Town by Outside Magazine, Park City has proved it has a lot to offer residents. For those who just want to visit for a day or weekend, we've compiled a list of a few things you should do between hikes and mountain bike trails.

Skateboarders, bicyclists will receive fines for U. sidewalk violations

08/13/2013 2:45pm
Skateboarders and bicyclists at the University of Utah could face fines if they violate new sidewalk policies approved Tuesday.

29,550 acres burned so far in 3 Utah fires

08/13/2013 3:26pm
Gusting winds, more lightning and extremely dry conditions are presenting challenges to firefighters trying to stop the progress of three large wildfires burning in Utah. More crews and equipment are being deployed today to help contain them.

Woman accused of DUI death sentenced to year in jail

08/13/2013 3:29pm
A woman convicted of slamming into the back of another vehicle while driving drunk, killing one of the passengers, has been sentenced to one year in jail.

Burglar steals homeowner's gun after struggle, police say

08/13/2013 3:54pm
A Kearns homeowner fired a shot at a burglar inside his home Tuesday, but the intruder stole his gun and ran away, police said.

Hasan: 'I would still be a martyr' if executed

08/13/2013 4:42pm
The Army psychiatrist on trial for the 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood told mental health experts shortly after the attack that he "would still be a martyr" if convicted and executed by the government, according to newly released documents.

Sandy woman looking for wedding ring stolen from gym locker

08/13/2013 5:22pm
A Sandy woman is pleading for help to recover her stolen wedding ring. It was taken Monday from a pad-locked locker while she was working out at the gym.

Trial date set for Nathan Sloop in death of stepson

08/13/2013 6:26pm
A March 2014 trial date was set Tuesday for Nathan Sloop, who is accused of killing his young stepson, Ethan Stacy, in 2010.

'Hero beavers' released into wild

08/13/2013 6:57pm
Five of the six beavers rescued from an oil spill at Willard Bay last March have been released back in the wild. Volunteers and state wildlife officers drove them to a new home in the Uinta Mountains Tuesday morning.

Man killed after stealing, wrecking 3 trucks in 1 night

08/13/2013 7:15pm
A bizarre but brief crime spree left a man dead Tuesday and three stolen pickup trucks damaged.

Letting go of the little stuff in marriage

08/13/2013 7:30pm
When women can let go of the small stuff, i.e. a husband forgetting corn for the barbecue, marriage returns to its happy state.

NY investigates virtual money to stem criminal use

08/13/2013 9:12pm
New York is trying to corral the "Wild West" atmosphere of virtual currencies such as Bitcoin and may create new regulations to keep the growing technology from being used in crimes.

Oprah 'sorry' for Switzerland's flap

08/13/2013 9:16pm
Oprah Winfrey says she's "sorry" about the media coverage that emerged after she said she experienced racism during a trip to Switzerland.

4 children, 2 women evacuated from home in standoff

08/13/2013 9:33pm
A man had a standoff with police after waving around his gun at a Maverik station and then seeking refuge in a neighborhood home.

Miss Riverton resigns title over legal charges

08/13/2013 10:15pm
Kendra Gill, the former Miss Riverton, has resigned her post amidst pending legal charges.

Results given from mayoral primary elections across Utah

08/13/2013 10:35pm
Cities across the state are holding primary elections Tuesday. West Valley City, Provo, and Sandy are all electing new mayors. Tuesday's vote will narrow the field of candidates.

12 structures burned, others threatened in Rockport wildfire

08/13/2013 10:52pm
12 houses were burned and other houses and cabins were threatened in a fast moving wildfire Tuesday near Rockport Reservoir that prompted evacuations of more than 300 homes.

Teen charged in bomb plot loses in mayoral primary

08/13/2013 11:01pm
A Utah teenager arrested last year in a Columbine-inspired plot to blow up his high school was eliminated in the race Tuesday for mayor of a small Utah city.
 
   
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