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When life is hard and disappointing

08/19/2013 6:14am
This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives some powerful ways to handle life when it doesn't meet your expectations and is difficult and discouraging. How can you experience more joy and peace when you can't change your situation?

Flooding forces 20,000 Russians from their homes

08/19/2013 8:08am
The worst flooding in 120 years in Russia's Far East has already forced about 20,000 people from their homes and also made it necessary to airlift two captive brown bears to safety, the Emergency Situations Ministry said Monday.

Max Hall's first game in CFL and Gary Crowton's last

08/19/2013 8:56am
Former BYU quarterback Max Hall started his first CFL game Friday for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. And former BYU head coach Gary Crowton coached his last.

Witnesses heard woman scream, then Pistorius fired

08/19/2013 9:00am
Oscar Pistorius was indicted Monday on a charge of murdering his girlfriend, and prosecutors said witnesses heard a woman screaming before the sound of fatal gunshots fired by the double-amputee Olympian in the early hours of Valentine's Day.

Prince William describes his joy at parenthood

08/19/2013 9:46am
His newborn son is "a little bit of a rascal" and car seats can daunt any dad, Britain's Prince William says.

Train kills 37 pilgrims in eastern India

08/19/2013 9:56am
A train ran over a group of Hindu pilgrims at a crowded station in eastern India early Monday, killing at least 37 people. A mob infuriated by the deaths beat the driver severely and set fire to coaches, officials said.

Parents looking for ways to save on back-to-school purchases

08/19/2013 10:30am
Retailers are expecting lower back-to-school sales than last year as parents look for ways to save money on their children.

Clean Air Challenge benefits Utah

08/19/2013 11:42am
This year marked the fifth Clean the Air Challenge encouraging Utahns across the state to think more about their travel habits and to find ways to reduce the amount of air pollution we create.

5 reasons for college football fans in Utah to be excited

08/19/2013 12:08pm
With only 10 days to go before college football finally debuts in the state of Utah, there are many things for fans to be excited about.

5 more of the absolute best pizza joints in Utah

08/19/2013 12:18pm
We all feel that deep, unsettling hunger, the kind that only comes from craving the best and most addictive food mankind has ever created: Pizza. So, here's a list of places to get your fix of the cheesy dragon.

Maryland man accused of cannibalism enters plea

08/19/2013 12:25pm
A former Maryland college student who told authorities he killed a man and ate his heart and parts of his brain pleaded guilty but not criminally responsible Monday.

Horse collapses while pulling carriage in SLC

08/19/2013 12:47pm
A horse that collapsed to the ground while pulling a carriage in downtown Salt Lake City was apparently suffering an abdominal condition, its owner said.

Have You Seen This? Free tuition fun

08/19/2013 1:13pm
Paying for college can be rough, but for one incoming freshmen, one shot gave him a lot more breathing room.

Mich. girl, 12, describes frightening bear attack

08/19/2013 1:45pm
Struggling desperately to escape a black bear that was mauling her on a dirt trail in northern Michigan, 12-year-old Abby Wetherell feared the worst.

More than 3K without power in northern Utah

08/19/2013 2:20pm
Rocky Mountain Power says more than 3,000 customers are without power after equipment problems Monday morning.

Unexplained J.J. Abrams teaser leads to 'Star Wars' speculation

08/19/2013 3:26pm
An untitled J.J. Abrams teaser has hit the web, and everyone has a theory on the project's origins.

Judge bars most motive evidence in Fort Hood trial

08/19/2013 5:09pm
A military judge blocked several key pieces of evidence Monday that prosecutors said would explain the mindset of the soldier accused in the 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood, including his belief that he had a "jihad duty" to carry out the attack.

Orem Owlz to educate about brain injury during game

08/19/2013 5:18pm
Members of the Brain Injury Alliance of Utah will suit up with the Orem Owlz and take a swing at brain injury by providing information and resources at a game Thursday.

Kidnap suspect leaves money to victim's family

08/19/2013 6:45pm
A man who died in a shootout with FBI agents after kidnapping a 16-year-old girl and killing her mother and brother named a member of the victims' family as his life insurance beneficiary, a spokesman for the man's family said Monday.

12 wildfires still burning; Rockport evacuations lifted

08/19/2013 7:16pm
After almost a week of burning, the Rockport Fire in Summit County was 90 percent contained Sunday night and residents kept from their homes throughout the ordeal were expected to be allowed back into the area Monday morning.

11th Ogden fire extinguished as police search for possible arsonist

08/19/2013 7:31pm
A large grass fire is burning on Monroe Blvd, the third fire Ogden firefighters have battled in 24 hours. Police don't know if the Ogden fires are all connected, but they are looking for an arsonist who may have started six fires last week.

A new wardrobe for school: Is it really necessary?

08/19/2013 7:33pm
With the school year starting, I find myself in a rush to get my children ready for the big day. Most importantly, there are new school clothes to buy according to the majority of TV ads. I, however, would beg to differ.

Firefighters making progress on containing Millville fire

08/19/2013 7:46pm
Mandatory evacuations are still in effect in Cache County, where the Millville Fire has burned nearly 2,900 acres. Fire officials say high heat, low humidity and dry fuel have created extreme fire conditions that could become dangerous.

SLC Comic-Con headliner looking forward to convention

08/19/2013 7:51pm
Manu Bennett has garnered millions of fans from both his film and television roles. He played gladiator, Crixus, in the series "Spartacus" and the menacing Ork, Azog in "The Hobbit" and he is coming to the Comic-Con in Salt Lake City in September.

Bail reduction denied for man accused of shooting wife

08/19/2013 7:52pm
A judge denied a bail reduction for Orem man accused in his wife's death as families on both sides of the case contend the facts will prove either the innocence or guilt of Conrad Truman.

People without Celiac disease shouldn't eat gluten-free, experts say

08/19/2013 7:56pm
Many americans have joined a growing trend of having gluten-free diets, but nutritionists say that unless individuals have celiac disease, they are hurting their bodies by not getting the protein.

Lagoon zookeeper hospitalized after incident in animal enclosure

08/19/2013 8:16pm
A longtime zookeeper at Lagoon amusement park was hospitalized Sunday after she was injured in an animal enclosure.

Portable classrooms added at overfilled new Draper high school

08/19/2013 8:26pm
A new Draper high school has drawn more students that some expected, leading to the use of three portable classrooms from the first day.

Salt Lake County GOP receives feedback on comments about D.A.

08/19/2013 8:57pm
Salt Lake County GOP Chairman Chad Bennion is getting support from the state party for comments he made about District Attorney Sim Gill's recent ruling on a controversial police shooting.

Egypt: Court raises possibility of a free Mubarak

08/19/2013 9:30pm
A court ruling Monday raised the possibility of jailed ex-president Hosni Mubarak walking free soon, a move that would fuel the unrest roiling the country after the autocratic leader's successor was removed in a military coup.

CHP: Deadly limo fire due to mechanical problems

08/19/2013 9:38pm
A mechanical problem ignited a limousine fire that killed five nurses trapped in the back, the California Highway Patrol said Monday as it released results of its investigation and 911 calls filled with screams from those inside.

German visitor bitten by shark is on life support

08/19/2013 9:56pm
A German visitor who lost her arm in a shark attack while snorkeling off Maui was on life support, a hospital spokeswoman said Monday, a day after a Big Island surfer suffered leg injuries in Hawaii's second shark attack in less than a week.

19-year-old girl dies in rappelling accident

08/19/2013 10:04pm
A West Jordan girl died after falling 120 feet while rappelling in Birch Hollow with four others.

Howard Dean kicks off voter registration drive

08/19/2013 10:15pm
A former Democratic presidential candidate came to Utah to participate in a voter registration rally.

UDOT to widen I-15 from Lehi to Draper in 2014

08/19/2013 10:25pm
UDOT announced Monday that they plan to widen I-15 to six lanes from Lehi to Draper.

Neon Museum in Las Vegas a tribute to Utah company

08/19/2013 10:50pm
Las Vegas has had more than its share of museums over the years: the Elvis Museum, the Atomic Testing Museum, the Liberace Museum. A lesser-known museum recently inaugurated night-time tours and it's one with a very strong Utah connection.

Parents suspect foul play in disappearance of 16-year-old

08/19/2013 10:53pm
A 16-year-old has been missing for four days after leaving a note that has her parents concerned for her safety.
 
   
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