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Police seek man who robbed credit union

08/29/2013 7:23am
Police have released photos in the search for a man who robbed a credit union in American Fork Wednesday.

UT man cleared of brutal beating of NV hitchhiker

08/29/2013 7:29am
Elko County prosecutors have dropped attempted murder charges against a Utah man accused of beating a hitchhiker and leaving him for dead in the desert.

160 quarantined after plague death in Kyrgyzstan

08/29/2013 8:18am
Four people have been hospitalized and 160 quarantined after a 15-year-old boy who ate marmot meat died of the bubonic plague last week, the Kyrgyz Ministry of Health said Wednesday.

Fans' expectations high as college football season kicks off

08/29/2013 8:37am
The 2013 college football season kicks off Thursday night. There's a lot riding on the season for all of the state's FBS teams.

Food stamp fraud: Big problem or exaggeration?

08/29/2013 9:50am
Food stamp use has skyrocketed since the 2008 recession and held steady since the recovery. A new Department of Agriculture report shows that fraud has climbed as the program has grown, but defenders dispute its significance.

Zimmerman's wife to 'think about' staying married

08/29/2013 10:17am
George Zimmerman's wife says she's going to have to "think about" whether she stays married to him.

Utes vs. Aggies: 5 things each team has to do to win

08/29/2013 10:50am
Tonight the Utah Utes and the Utah State Aggies kick off the 2013 season in Rice-Eccles Stadium. To help you get the scoop on what each team needs to do to win, we brought in Utah insiders Mike Grant and Robert Jackson and Utah State insider Matt Glade.

Gun control does not decrease violence, study finds

08/29/2013 11:03am
Following the tragedies in Aurora, Colo. and Newtown, Conn. last year, the national rhetoric revolved around controlling the types of firearms Americans should be legally allowed to own. But a new study shows that controlling firearms is actually counterproductive.

Rabbi calls Mormons friends, notes similarities

08/29/2013 11:15am
Orthodox Jews have a lot in common with members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and should consider them allies, according to a rabbi who recently met with LDS church leadership in Salt Lake.

Tiny Okla. town tries to rid water supply of worms

08/29/2013 11:33am
Residents of an Oklahoma town are being asked to avoid drinking tap water until the local utility is sure that it has gotten rid of tiny red worms that wriggled into the water system.

Vehicle in hit-and-run found, police say

08/29/2013 12:03pm
Unified police say they've found the vehicle they believe was involved in a hit-and-run accident with a bicyclist Tuesday.

Have You Seen This? Love song of all love songs

08/29/2013 1:12pm
After 75 years of knowing his wife, Fred Stobaugh had plenty of material to draw upon when he wrote the lyrics for "Oh Sweet Lorraine."

9 million use sleeping pills to get more zzz's

08/29/2013 2:22pm
Can't get enough shuteye? Nearly 9 million U.S. adults resort to prescription sleeping pills _ and most are white, female, educated or 50 or older, according to the first government study of its kind.

Key evidence in case against West Valley judge dismissed

08/29/2013 4:32pm
A potentially key piece of evidence in the case against a West Jordan Justice Court judge has been thrown out.

St. George biker improving after being shot while riding

08/29/2013 4:52pm
A 21-year-old motorcyclist who says he was shot twice by another biker during a police chase earlier this month in Utah can now eat on his own and is expected to leave a hospital this week.

Kids ride on floor in overcrowded buses, parents say

08/29/2013 5:30pm
Parents in a Saratoga Springs neighborhood said overcrowded buses have led to students riding on the floor and three to a seat.

Former Miss Riverton in court on bomb charges

08/29/2013 6:20pm
The former Miss Riverton, accused of tossing homemade "bottle bombs" out a car window, made her first court appearance Thursday.

Police: Sister killed as 8-year-old boy drove car

08/29/2013 6:23pm
Half an hour after putting her two children to bed, a Phoenix mother discovered they were gone. Frantic and fearful they had been kidnapped, she called police, who spotted her car near her apartment and tried to pull it over.

2nd arrest made in Las Vegas 'Mormon missionary' robbery

08/29/2013 6:29pm
A second man accused of posing as a Mormon missionary and beating and robbing a Las Vegas resident was arrested Wednesday.

Mont. judge's apology rejected by victim's mother

08/29/2013 6:31pm
The mother of a 14-year-old girl who was raped by her teacher and later committed suicide appeared at a raucous Thursday protest against the judge who sentenced the man to a month in jail and said the victim was "older than her chronological age."

Kearns woman stabs man multiple times over argument, police say

08/29/2013 6:50pm
An argument over money led to a woman stabbing her boyfriend Thursday, police said.

Fast-food workers stage largest protests yet

08/29/2013 6:56pm
Fast-food workers and their supporters beat drums, blew whistles and chanted slogans Thursday on picket lines in dozens of U.S. cities, marking the largest protests yet in their quest for higher wages.

Eviction notice issued in lease dispute at Park City resort

08/29/2013 6:57pm
The owners of Park City Mountain Resort are rejecting an eviction notice which appears to be the latest legal maneuver over a disputed lease agreement.

Couple arrested in alleged nationwide crime spree

08/29/2013 7:20pm
A man and woman were arrested and booked in the Salt Lake County Jail, accused of stealing thousands of dollars in electronics in a spree that stretched across the U.S.

One-of-a-kind airport 'lactation station' welcomes nursing moms

08/29/2013 7:28pm
Airports are known for having endless vending machines, restaurants and magazine stands designed to help make traveling more comfortable. But now, there's a new stop along the terminal that caters specifically to nursing mothers.

Officers use BBQ sauce, tailgating to prevent DUI

08/29/2013 7:31pm
Law enforcement agencies created grilling sauces with creative names to prevent driving under the influence.

8 poles installed to nest great blue herons in Farmington

08/29/2013 7:56pm
Eight new nesting platforms were installed for great blue herons after extreme weather delayed the plan for almost two years.

Case of man accused of killing 6-year-old put on hold

08/29/2013 8:15pm
A competency hearing for accused killer Terry Lee Black was postponed Thursday pending the outcome of a motion to have the judge in the case removed.

5 wild, crazy exercise classes in Utah worth trying

08/29/2013 8:29pm
Bored with your everyday exercise routine? Here are 5 fun, unique and slightly crazy exercise classes to try out here in Utah.

UK Prime Minister Cameron loses Syria war vote

08/29/2013 8:47pm
British Prime Minister David Cameron lost a vote endorsing military action against Syria by 13 votes Thursday, a stunning defeat that will almost guarantee that Britain plays no direct role in any U.S. attack on Bashar Assad's government.

Salina Elementary School roof catches fire

08/29/2013 9:54pm
A fire damaged three or four classrooms at Salina Elementary School Thursday evening.

$1.2M grant announced for Read Today

08/29/2013 10:31pm
Gov. Gary Herbert visited students at James E. Moss Elementary in Millcreek on Tuesday to announce that the expansion of a statewide tutoring program aimed at helping students read at grade level and graduate high school.

Bluffdale man's attempted murder conviction reversed

08/29/2013 10:35pm
The Utah Court of Appeals reversed the attempted murder conviction of Reggie Campos, who shot a self-identified neighborhood watch volunteer during an armed confrontation in 2009.

Wilson leads Utah past Utah State 30-26

08/29/2013 10:39pm
It's not as easy as it used to be, but Travis Wilson made sure Utah is back to beating Utah State again.

Families of people killed by Utah cops gather for author presentation

08/29/2013 10:46pm
As the full auditorium at the Salt Lake City Library buzzed with friendly chatter, Melissa Kennedy was busy in the corner of the room.

Yard sale ordinances vary from city to city

08/29/2013 11:59pm
A Springville resident was surprised to find out a yard sale he held was against city ordinance because he didn't have a permit. What other cities in Utah County have special rules pertaining to garage and yard sales?
 
   
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