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September 18th, 2014
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Utah holds off No. 5 Stanford 27-21

10/13/2013 12:38am
The Utes welcomed No. 5 Stanford to Rice-Eccles and made it a night to remember for the Utah faithful.

Welcome back Spencer Hadley

10/13/2013 10:07am
BYU's homecoming game with Georgia Tech marked the Cougar's fourth win of the season and the return of suspended linebacker Spencer Hadley. Cougar nation welcomed Hadley back with open arms and he thanked them with a solid game.

Spending stumbling block to budget deal

10/13/2013 11:18am
Senate Republicans and Democrats hit an impasse Sunday over spending in their last-ditch struggle to avoid an economy-jarring default in just four days and end a partial government shutdown that enters its third week.

Arrest in Baby Hope case brings closure to police

10/13/2013 12:13pm
The announcement of an arrest in one of New York City's most notorious cold cases was especially relieving for two hardened investigators, who for 22 years had been working to identify the girl they nicknamed Baby Hope after discovering her body stuffed in a picnic cooler along a highway.

Egypt: Detained US citizen found dead in cell

10/13/2013 1:13pm
The Egyptian government said a U.S. citizen it detained in the Sinai Peninsula last month for violating curfew was found dead Sunday in his jail cell, the second foreigner to die in detention in recent weeks.

30-year search unites UT woman with family in NV

10/13/2013 3:04pm
A Utah woman has published a book about a three-decade search for her family roots that culminated in Nevada this week with a meeting with a half-brother and half-sister she never knew she had.

DC crowd pushes through barriers to WWII Memorial

10/13/2013 3:42pm
A crowd converged on the World War II Memorial on the National Mall on Sunday, pushing past barriers to protest the memorial's closing under the government shutdown.

Lower blood alcohol level could boost safety, group says

10/13/2013 3:45pm
Would lowering the state's legal limit for a driver's blood alcohol level make Utah roads safer? A local conservative public policy think tank believes so and is joining an effort to reduce the legal level nationwide.

Dying Ohio man on gurney leads daughter down aisle

10/13/2013 4:12pm
A terminally ill Ohio man who arrived at his daughter's wedding by ambulance gave her away, from a hospital gurney.

Man assaulted in Cedar City dies from injuries

10/13/2013 4:55pm
A man who was assaulted in Cedar City on Wednesday has died at a hospital in Las Vegas.

Social Security raise to be among lowest in years

10/13/2013 4:58pm
For the second straight year, millions of Social Security recipients, disabled veterans and federal retirees can expect historically small increases in their benefits come January.

Google to change terms to use your identity in ads

10/13/2013 6:34pm
Google wants your permission to use your name, photo and product reviews in ads that it sells to businesses.

Case against Swallow dropped by state bar

10/13/2013 6:59pm
The Utah State Bar has closed one of its two investigations into the state's attorney general, declining to prosecute John Swallow on allegations of professional misconduct.

Utes finally get that signature win in Pac-12

10/13/2013 7:56pm
In front of the 15th largest home crowd in Utah football history, the Utes knocked off the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal 27-21 Saturday night, picking up their first signature win since joining the Pac-12 Conference.

Utah County couple shares love for adoption by hosting conference

10/13/2013 8:08pm
After years of failed fertility treatments, Brad and Brenda Horrocks turned to adoption. As chairs of United For Adoption, the couple is hosting a UFA conference at UVU on Nov. 9, to educate individuals about adoption and offer support to families.

Car jumps I-80 barrier, lands on hood, patrol says

10/13/2013 9:54pm
A man had only minor barriers after his car veered off of I-80, hit a concrete barrier, and jumped onto the road below, Highway Patrol said.

Death toll in India temple stampede rises to 109

10/13/2013 10:34pm
The death toll from a stampede near a temple in central India rose to 109 after many of the injured succumbed, an official said Monday.

Holiday Oil put diesel in unleaded tanks, residents say

10/13/2013 10:46pm
Tooele residents say Holiday Oil gas tanks had diesel in them, causing car problems for many customers.

Man in hospital after being stabbed in Ogden

10/13/2013 11:05pm
An unidentified 43-year-old male is in the hospital after he was allegedly stabbed Saturday night.

2 men in hospital after possible gang-related shooting

10/13/2013 11:06pm
Police are looking for two men involved in a possibly gang-related shooting early Sunday morning that hospitalized two people.

Accident involving 1 car and 2 trains sends woman to hospital

10/13/2013 11:10pm
A 29-year-old woman sustained "non-life-threatening" injuries during an incident that involved her vehicle and two trains Sunday morning, police said.

Woman found by scouts was dependable, friends say

10/13/2013 11:15pm
Jane Ashby, the missing woman whose remains police believe Scouts found Saturday, was cheery and never missed a day of work, friends said.

Mysterious arrows protect aviators

10/13/2013 11:16pm
A series of giant arrows appearing in northern Utah have become the source of some internet speculation.
 
   
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