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October 22nd, 2014
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Road Trip to Wisconsin: BYU game day at Camp Randall

11/09/2013 9:43am
The Cougar Sports Saturday crew is headed to Wisconsin to watch the BYU Cougars take on the Wisconsin Badgers and they decided flying was cheating. So they took an RV.

Man allegedly robs same Maverik twice, police seek aid

11/09/2013 10:20am
The Salt Lake Police Department is seeking the public's help to identify a man who allegedly robbed the same Maverik twice.

Which states have the highest average ACT and SAT scores

11/09/2013 10:54am
A compilation of the highest ACT and SAT score averages in the country. The average ACT score and SAT score were combined to create the total score a state received.

Gov. Herbert issues order to increase or maintain jobs for veterans

11/09/2013 11:05am
Gov. Gary Herbert issued an executive order Friday urging state agencies to find way to hire more veterans.

New trial sought for SC boy, 14, executed in 1944

11/09/2013 12:11pm
Supporters of a 14-year-old black boy executed in 1944 for killing two white girls are asking a South Carolina judge to take the unheard-of move of granting him a new trial in hopes he will be cleared of the charges.

Watchdog agencies: Questar rate hike request is 'unsubstantiated'

11/09/2013 12:44pm
In July, Questar Gas filed a request with the Public Service Commission of Utah for an increase of nearly $19 million. But watchdog agencies say the request is "out of the range of reasonableness."

Inmate pronounced dead after apparent suicide

11/09/2013 1:17pm
A prison inmate died Friday, and officials say evidence suggests self- inflicted wounds.

AP Essay: For boomers, JFK death ripples still

11/09/2013 3:28pm
We cannot get past it, we Americans. Not a half century later. Maybe not even ever.

Colo. 'prank gone wrong' shooting ruled a homicide

11/09/2013 4:22pm
A fatal shooting in Longmont that police believe was a prank gone wrong has been ruled a homicide. The suspected shooter is a man from Orem, Utah.

Last-minute changes make TRAX available to RSL fans Sunday

11/09/2013 4:34pm
The Utah Transit Authority said it would provide postgame transit service after this weekend's Real Salt Lake playoff game at Rio Tinto Stadium.

Jury convicts Martin MacNeill of murdering his wife

11/09/2013 4:58pm
After 11 hours of deliberation that didn't wrap up until 1 a.m. Saturday, a jury convicted Martin MacNeill of murdering his wife in 2007.

Lt. Gov. Cox's 4th cousin chosen to take over legislative seat

11/09/2013 5:15pm
Republican delegates in House District 58 have selected a replacement for former Rep. Spencer Cox — his fourth cousin.

Provo City employs art to help fight river trail crime

11/09/2013 6:11pm
City leaders in Provo Saturday unveiled a couple of unique ways they hope will help keep crime down along the Provo River trail: murals.

Legless cyclist rides for asylum seekers

11/09/2013 6:48pm
Carlos Gutierrez passed out as the large blade cut through his legs _ punishment for his refusal to pay a Mexican gang extortion fees from his successful catering business in northern Mexico.

Navy christens next generation of aircraft carrier

11/09/2013 6:56pm
The Navy christened the USS Gerald Ford on Saturday with the traditional smashing of a bottle of sparkling wine across the bow of the ship _ the most technologically advanced aircraft carrier the United States has built.

No nuclear deal between 6 world powers and Iran

11/09/2013 8:12pm
Talks on curbing Iran's nuclear program ended with no deal early Sunday after France objected that proposed measures didn't go far enough. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said "significant progress" had been made on the remaining differences.

Nurse shares message of hope for those who may be considering suicide

11/09/2013 8:22pm
Student athletes at Weber State University heard a message about suicide prevention this past week. The organizer of the event said it's a message everybody needs to hear, and it's one she takes to as many people and organizations as she can.

Bighorn sheep take flight en route to new Utah home

11/09/2013 9:31pm
Fifty bighorn sheep have a new home in Utah. The animals were captured earlier this week in Nevada and transported via helicopter to southern Utah.

Philippine typhoon death toll could top 10,000

11/09/2013 10:42pm
As many as 10,000 people are believed to have died in one Philippine city alone when one of the worst storms on record sent giant sea waves, washing away homes, schools and airport buildings, officials said Sunday. Ferocious winds ravaged several central islands, burying people under tons of debris and leaving corpses hanging from trees.

Lee gets enthusiastic reception at Iowa fundraiser

11/09/2013 10:52pm
Utah Sen. Mike Lee took a step forward Saturday night as a potential leader of conservatives nationwide as he addressed the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition, an important fundraiser in a politically important state.

Hansbrough has 23, leads Raptors over winless Jazz

11/09/2013 11:17pm
The Jazz finish off their road trip with another loss, starting the season 0-7.

PHOTOS: Provo 'Guns' and 'Hoses' compete for charity

11/09/2013 11:25pm
Provo police and fire officials faced off in a friendly flag football game Saturday to raise funds for the squads' annual Christmas traditions of helping families and children in need.
 
   
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