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Sandy hosts its first convention for 'Pinners'

10/26/2013 9:20am
Thousands of crafty, do-it-yourself, fitness-happy and fashion-savvy women — and a sparse number of men — are congregating this weekend at the Pinners Conference & Expo, where Pinterest comes to life.

'Wanted federal fugitive' taken into custody after car chase

10/26/2013 10:09am
A "wanted federal fugitive" was taken into custody Friday night after a car chase.

Antelope Island bison roundup is 'truly an experience'

10/26/2013 10:38am
Cracking whips and the "heeyahs" of 350 men and women disrupted the still morning air Friday on Antelope Island as the 27th annual push of bison got underway.

Amended civil suit alleges abuse, cover-up at former boys ranch

10/26/2013 12:17pm
Attorneys in the federal civil suit against the former Silverado Academy in Panguitch have filed a third amended complaint in the drawn-out case.

6-year-old girl inside stolen car found safe

10/26/2013 12:42pm
A 6-year-old girl is safe after an unknown man attempted to steal the vehicle she was inside.

Titan Arm: Bionic bicep gives you the strength of Hercules

10/26/2013 1:14pm
In the past, if you wanted to be able to be able to lift more weight you would have to spend months bulking up at the gym. Now, with a new invention from a group of design students at Pennsylvania University, you can just strap on an external bicep and you are ready to go.

Prisoners donate pumpkins to children with disabilities

10/26/2013 1:49pm
About 155 students with severe disabilities got to wander through a makeshift pumpkin patch on the front lawn of Jordan Valley School on Monday to choose a pumpkin grown and donated by inmates at the Utah State Prison.

BYU's Hill and Williams could become best QB/RB combo in Cougar history

10/26/2013 3:50pm
The Cougars got a big win against Boise State Saturday night in Provo, but the biggest story of the night is the simple fact that Taysom Hill and Jamaal Williams are just sophomores.

Test prove Roma couple are mystery girl's parents

10/26/2013 4:20pm
DNA tests have confirmed that a Bulgarian Roma couple are the parents of a mysterious girl in Greece known as Maria, authorities said Friday.

FDNY: Candles caused Bronx fire that killed 3 kids

10/26/2013 4:40pm
New York fire marshals say a blaze at a Bronx apartment building that killed three young brothers was started by candles after electricity was cut.

Riverton man to share story of child sex abuse in town hall meeting

10/26/2013 5:46pm
A Riverton man is speaking out against child sexual abuse by sharing his own story of abuse, and he's doing so in the unusual setting of a town hall meeting.

2-alarm fire displaces 6 people in SLC

10/26/2013 5:57pm
Six residents were evacuated from an apartment fire in Salt Lake City that left them temporarily homeless Saturday.

Firefighters save man stung by Mesquite bee swarm

10/26/2013 6:07pm
Rescuers say they had to use advanced life support techniques to save a man who was stung by bees 20-30 times in Mesquite.

Study that says first-borns are smarter leads to debate among parents

10/26/2013 6:46pm
A recent study from the National Bureau of Economic Research has found that first-born children do better in school than us kids who were born later. Parents, however, don't seem to think the catalyst to their children's academic achievements is so cut and dry.

A year after Sandy, a slow recovery for thousands

10/26/2013 7:49pm
A year after Superstorm Sandy catastrophically flooded hundreds of miles of eastern U.S. coastline, thousands of people still trying to fix their soaked and surf-battered homes are being stymied by bureaucracy, insurance disputes and uncertainty over whether they can even afford to rebuild.

Civil rights fight moving to ballot box, NAACP president says

10/26/2013 8:17pm
The NAACP's outgoing national president urged Salt Lake members and supporters to take the fight for civil rights to the ballot box.

Volunteers come together to build playground in a day

10/26/2013 9:28pm
With the help of more than 200 volunteers, a vacant space at a West Valley City residential complex became a fully functioning playground in a matter of hours Saturday.

Republicans should learn from role in gov't shutdown, Herbert says

10/26/2013 9:54pm
Gov. Gary Herbert says there are lessons to be learned from the fight Sen. Mike Lee helped lead against the new health care law, but that Lee doesn't deserve all the blame for the federal government shutdown.

61-year-old Price man dies after being hit by car

10/26/2013 10:59pm
Max Richmond Moody, 61, died Saturday night at Castleview Hospital after being struck by a car on Main Street in Price, according to police.

Fire, car crash cause problems on I-80 and I-15

10/26/2013 11:10pm
Two traffic incidents caused trouble on Utah freeways Saturday. A semitrailer fire forced an hour-long closure of I-80 in Tooele County, and a single vehicle crash on I-15 in Utah County sent a man to the hospital.
 
   
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