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November 21st, 2014
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House fire knocks out power to neighborhood

09/20/2013 7:26am
Ten homes were without power Friday morning after a two-alarm fire that heavily damaged a home in the neighborhood.

17 weekend races for runners, walkers

09/20/2013 8:21am
Runners, walkers — and even rollers — will cross finish lines this weekend in at least 17 races up and down Utah, from Kanab to Bear Lake.

NJ 'joking judge' resigns after losing ruling

09/20/2013 8:55am
Vince Sicari can tell all the lawyer jokes he wants _ he just can't play a judge in real life.

Summer movie review: Celebrating the best for families

09/20/2013 10:25am
Of the summer blockbuster season this year, which films should your family check out in theaters or when they are released on DVD? Our experts weigh in.

Minnesota DQ manager's good deed gets attention

09/20/2013 10:36am
Joey Prusak was appalled when he saw a customer at the suburban Minneapolis Dairy Queen store where he works pick up someone else's $20 bill and slip it into her purse.

Google releases digital wallet app for iPhones

09/20/2013 10:59am
Google is bringing its digital wallet to the iPhone in its latest attempt to upstage Apple on its own popular device.

5 famous East High graduates over the last 100 years

09/20/2013 11:52am
In the nearly 100 years since East High School was founded, the school has grown and diversified, churning out accomplished — and sometimes famous — alumni.

Disney Channel recognizes West Jordan school for anti-bullying efforts

09/20/2013 12:15pm
A middle school in West Jordan is getting national recognition for something the students all did to help a victim of bullying.

You might hate the rivalry, but don't hate the game

09/20/2013 1:08pm
The BYU-Utah is the most anticipated college football game in the state of Utah. In many respects it has become more than just a game; it's become a part of our culture in Utah.

Mom accused of leaving baby in car while shopping

09/20/2013 1:29pm
Police said a West Jordan woman didn't think she did anything wrong when she left her 21- month-old baby in the car while she went shopping.

Brain-eating amoeba rattles nerves in La. parish

09/20/2013 1:32pm
While officials try to pin down the source of a deadly amoeba found in the water supply of a suburban New Orleans community, bottled water sales in St. Bernard Parish have skyrocketed and some people worry about washing their faces in the shower.

FBI confirms ongoing role in Swallow investigation

09/20/2013 1:46pm
FBI officials are confirming they're playing an ongoing role investigating Utah Attorney General John Swallow.

Obama moves to limit power-plant carbon pollution

09/20/2013 2:02pm
Linking global warming to public health, disease and extreme weather, the Obama administration pressed ahead Friday with tough requirements to limit carbon pollution from new power plants, despite protests from industry and Republicans that it would dim coal's future.

Pope blasts abortion after decrying focus on rules

09/20/2013 3:47pm
Pope Francis offered an olive branch of sorts to the doctrine-minded, conservative wing of the Catholic Church on Friday as he denounced abortions as a symptom of today's "throw-away culture" and encouraged Catholic doctors to refuse to perform them.

Emails allege NCAA violations in Hadley suspension

09/20/2013 4:32pm
Linebacker Spencer Hadley was suspended Tuesday by BYU for unknown Honor Code violations. The details surrounding Hadley's violations, however, may have an impact on BYU, following allegations that a booster loaned money to Hadley as part of a trip to Las Vegas.

Overcoming differences, family joins in viral proposal video

09/20/2013 5:20pm
When Spencer Stout posted a video to YouTube of his proposal to partner Dustin Reeser, he didn't expect it to rack up nearly 10 million page views in a week. With all the attention it's getting, he hopes it shows that families can overcome any challenge or difference of belief.

GOP House: Keep government open, hit 'Obamacare'

09/20/2013 5:36pm
Charting a collision course with the White House, the Republican-controlled House approved legislation Friday to wipe out the 3-year-old health care law that President Barack Obama has vowed to preserve _ and simultaneously prevent a partial government shutdown that neither party claims to want.

Prep Football: Week 5 scores

09/20/2013 6:30pm
Check back here for the latest scores from all the Week 5 prep football games across the state.

Crews locate body of missing swimmer

09/20/2013 6:42pm
A Clearfield man drowned Thursday while attempting to swim across Holmes Creek Reservoir.

9/11 artifact arrives in Utah, starts 20-city tour

09/20/2013 6:45pm
A 9,000 pound chunk of concrete that was once part of the World Trade Center arrived in Utah Friday with an escort of almost 100 law enforcement officers and private citizens down I-80 from Wyoming.

F-35 Lightning II modifications start at Hill Air Force Base

09/20/2013 6:54pm
Hill Air Force Base received an F-35 Lightning II last week that will be modified in Utah. The modifications will help the F-35 stay the "most lethal weapon ever built."

Wis. college student helps pay tuition by eating

09/20/2013 6:55pm
A University of Wisconsin student with a nickname of "Silo" is eating his way through school _ competitively.

Texas man faces manslaughter charges in deadly Moab crash

09/20/2013 7:05pm
San Juan County prosecutors have filed manslaughter charges against a Texas man, alleging that his recklessness led to an Aug. 16 crash south of Moab that killed three people and injured four others.

Utah congressmen vote to defund Obamacare

09/20/2013 7:20pm
In what ultimately might be more of a statement than reality, Utah's four congressmen voted Friday to keep the government running but do away with funding for the controversial Affordable Care Act.

Utah jobless rate up slightly in September

09/20/2013 7:21pm
New figures show Utah's unemployment rose slightly in August, but remains as low as it's been in five years.

Baby naming: The rules are, there are no rules

09/20/2013 7:57pm
A bevy of recent news stories reveals that the baby-naming climate has changed: What was once outlandish is now just another name for another celebrity baby. Whether quirky or classic, unusual or traditional, current name trends say anything goes.

Video shows police chief hitting pedestrian

09/20/2013 8:33pm
Houston's police chief said he has accepted a one day suspension without pay after hitting a pedestrian with his city vehicle.

Man arrested after evading police, ordering hamburger

09/20/2013 9:17pm
A high speed chase ended Monday night when officers saw the car pull into a fast food drive-thru.

Head-on collision kills SLC woman

09/20/2013 9:19pm
Investigators suspect a medical problem may be to blame for a head- on crash Friday near Strawberry Reservoir that left a Salt Lake City woman dead.

22 year sentence for man who stabbed SLC attorney

09/20/2013 9:42pm
The man convicted of repeatedly stabbing a prominent Utah attorney in his home last year now faces at least 22 years in prison.

Man pleads 'not guilty' in slain teen case

09/20/2013 10:17pm
Frank Reyos, 31, was ordered Friday to stand trial for aggravated murder in the 2012 shooting death of 16-year-old Kenyatta Winston.

Man charged with rape of 14-year-old girl he met on Facebook

09/20/2013 10:18pm
A man has been charged with raping a 14-year- old girl he met on Facebook.

Pranks heat up during rivalry week in Utah

09/20/2013 10:23pm
As the hours and minutes counted down Friday until Saturday's renewal of the BYU-Utah rivalry in Provo, fans from both schools went to extremes to get the best of each other - from a towering "Y" flag looming over I-15 in the Salt Lake Valley, to spray-painted lawns, to revenge for spray-painted lawns.

New book examines college football rivalries

09/20/2013 10:37pm
Jeff Benedict, one of America's top investigative reporters, will attend his second BYU-Utah football game tomorrow night. His first was last year when fans stormed the field (three times) and the crazy finish. At the time, he was researching for his new book "The System: The Glory and Scandal of Big- Time College Football."
 
   
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