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December 20th, 2014
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Panel considers how to help homeless youths

11/13/2013 7:17am
Senate Minority Leader Gene Davis, D-Salt Lake City, said he had no idea how serious a problem teenage homelessness was when he was contacted about the plight of a 17-year-old girl who fled her home.

Fake service dogs cause problems for legitimate ones, woman says

11/13/2013 7:42am
Ever wonder if a service dog you see in a restaurant or store aisle should really be there?

Woman, 83, uses cane to fight off intruder

11/13/2013 8:23am
An 83-year-old woman said she used her cane to fight off a home intruder. "I never even thought of 911," she said.

Driving near streetcar takes getting used to, camera shows

11/13/2013 9:02am
The Sugarhouse streetcar system is still in the testing phase, but UTA says on-board cameras are already showing some near misses.

Tanker fire closes I-80 in Summit County

11/13/2013 9:18am
A tanker fire has closed all but one westbound lane of I-80 near Echo Dam in Summit County.

Yet-to-be built Park City studio already attracting Hollywood interest

11/13/2013 9:21am
A major movie studio that broke ground earlier this month already has filmmakers lining up to use the future Park City studio.

Most herbal supplements mislabeled, study claims

11/13/2013 9:44am
Researchers using DNA barcoding found weeds and other fillers in herbal supplements.

Ask a Chef: Mouthwatering mashed potatoes

11/13/2013 10:37am
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This week: perfect potatoes for your Thanksgiving table.

Despite all the losing, Utah is getting better

11/13/2013 10:44am
For the second consecutive season, Utah's football team has a 4-5 record and will have three straight losing seasons in conference play. But a closer look at the program indicates Utah is making incremental improvements in the competitive Pac-12.

Hawaii to become 16th state to legalize same-sex marriage

11/13/2013 10:58am
Hawaii's legislature gave final passage to a measure Tuesday to make it the 16th American state to legalize same-sex marriage.

LDS Church-affiliated company now among Florida's largest private landowners

11/13/2013 11:15am
The St. Joe Company announced a massive deal last week to sell off nearly 400,000 acres, or most of its land holdings, to a company affiliated with the LDS Church.

Gen Y Homebuyers focus on smart growth

11/13/2013 11:32am
Millennials are the next generation of consumers and they have become a driving force in the housing market. When it comes to purchasing their first home, Millennials, also known as Generation Y and New Boomers, have an entirely new set of values and priorities than Gen Xers and Baby Boomers.

Why Utahns should look forward to winter

11/13/2013 11:45am
Utah is home to the "greatest snow on earth" and here are a few reasons why people should look forward to the winter season.

School staffer sentenced for sharing self-made porn with students

11/13/2013 12:29pm
A former staffer at a southern Utah school for troubled teens has been sentenced to 120 days in jail after authorities say he showed students pornographic pictures and videos of himself.

Have You Seen This? Sneaky football play

11/13/2013 1:09pm
A high school football team in Los Angeles pulled off a sneaky play that went for six. I think the opposing team is still trying to figure out if it was legal.

Male eating disorders: 'Treatment works and people get their lives back'

11/13/2013 1:12pm
An estimated 10 million men nationwide "suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life," according to the National Eating Disorder Association. The association estimates that one out of every 10 people with an eating disorder, who come to the attention of a mental health professional, is a man.

Struggles from abstinence to intimacy after marriage common, study says

11/13/2013 1:58pm
A pilot study about making the transition from abstinence to sexual intimacy after marriage says 56 percent of individuals did not talk about the marriage night beforehand.

Victims' families call Bulger 'Satan,' 'terrorist'

11/13/2013 2:45pm
The families of people killed by South Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger and his gang finally got the chance Wednesday to tell Bulger how his long reign of terror damaged their lives, calling him a "terrorist," a "punk" and even "Satan."

Local flyboarder brings home trophy from world competition

11/13/2013 3:01pm
Over the weekend, Jordan Wayment competed as the only Utahn in the Flyboard World Championships, winning a trophy for showmanship among 77 competitors.

5 of Hollywood's most amazing moustaches

11/13/2013 3:27pm
It is officially Movember which means it's time to show off your Mo and or appreciate some of the great Lip Caps throughout history. Today we're going to pay homage to five of the staches that changed the way we look at Hollywood.

Toronto mayor admits he has bought illegal drugs

11/13/2013 4:21pm
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admitted during a heated City Council debate Wednesday that he bought illegal drugs while in office, but adamantly refused to step down despite calls from nearly every councilor to take a leave of absence and get help.

Google Fiber begins connecting residents in Provo

11/13/2013 5:05pm
Google Fiber has begun hooking up residents in Provo to the new high-speed Internet service.

Power out; paraglider OK after collision with power line

11/13/2013 5:29pm
A paragliding accident caused a major power outage in southeast Ogden Wednesday.

Wednesday's Child: Jadyn

11/13/2013 7:05pm
Jadyn, 13, is a boy in search of a family of his own. He loves school, singing and dancing.

Mia Love disagrees with Lee in fight against Obamacare

11/13/2013 7:08pm
Congressional candidate Mia Love rejected the tea party label Wednesday and said she disagreed with how Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, and others in the conservative grass-roots movement fought the new health care law.

180 pounds of marijuana found on plane

11/13/2013 7:16pm
An Idaho man was arrested Tuesday at Vernal Regional Airport after authorities said they discovered nearly 200 pounds of marijuana inside his single-engine airplane.

Farmington senior citizens help children learn to read

11/13/2013 7:20pm
An effort to enlist seniors to help kids in their neighborhood schools is taking hold in Farmington — we're not talking about high school seniors. This volunteer contingent has an average age of 90.

Cyclist critical after being hit in Emigration Canyon

11/13/2013 7:22pm
A Cottonwood Heights man was in critical condition Wednesday after being hit by a teen driver while bicycling.

2 LDS sister missionaries attacked in Kosovo

11/13/2013 7:32pm
Two suspected terrorists are being held in Kosovo after a Nov. 3 attack on two American women serving as missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Salt Lake County schools warn parents about pertussis

11/13/2013 7:37pm
Brighton High students went home after school Tuesday with a letter warning their parents about two cases of pertussis at the school and reminding them about the importance of getting vaccinated.

Utah man accused of murder in Philippines; son stranded in orphanage

11/13/2013 7:46pm
A Utah man is being accused of murder in the Philippines, leaving his 5-year old son stranded in a foreign country.

Free events for kids in Salt Lake and Utah valleys

11/13/2013 8:05pm
Daily story time at the library and regular park outings aren't the only free things for families to enjoy together.

2 Layton teens arrested for allegedly starting fire on Davis High football field

11/13/2013 8:35pm
Two Layton High School students were arrested this week for allegedly setting Davis High School's new multimillion-dollar football field on fire.

Utah librarians team with homeless shelter to help families

11/13/2013 8:36pm
The Road Home shelters in Salt Lake City and Midvale serve homeless people and families, especially during the cold winter months. Here's how Utah librarians are making a difference and how you can help this holiday season.

Retired firefighter honored as 'chief' on 100th birthday

11/13/2013 8:55pm
To thank and honor Shirley LeRoy Ball for his decades of service as a Hill Air Force Base firefighter, he was named an honorary chief Wednesday on his 100th birthday.

Organ-donor request delays Ohio killer's execution

11/13/2013 9:13pm
Ohio's governor delayed a condemned child killer's execution on Wednesday to study the feasibility of accommodating the unusual request by a state death row inmate to donate his organs.

3 Pa. students shot; suspect calls it retaliation

11/13/2013 10:17pm
Three Pittsburgh high school students heading to their vehicle after classes ended were shot Wednesday, and another student was charged and told police he was retaliating for being beaten during a drug-related robbery last month at school, police said.

American Fork band heads to national competition

11/13/2013 10:25pm
The American Fork High School band is traveling to the BOA Grand Nationals to finish a winning season.

Jurors speak of experience with MacNeill case

11/13/2013 10:28pm
For more than two years, Dateline NBC has been following the Martin MacNeill case. The jury convicted MacNeill Nov. 9 of killing his wife, Michele MacNeill. Dateline will air a special on the MacNeill trial and timeline of events Wednesday at 9 p.m.

Women warn against scams, danger involved with online dating

11/13/2013 10:48pm
KSL gathered a group of tech-savvy women who have used online dating sites to find out how to identify the scam artists.

BYU football legend Todd Christensen passes away

11/13/2013 10:52pm
Former BYU football player and broadcaster Todd Christensen passed away Wednesday morning due to complications from surgery.

Hayward, Jazz get 1st win, 111-105 over Pelicans

11/13/2013 10:55pm
The Jazz defeated the Pelicans for their first win of the season behind a surprise performance from Diante Garrett.

20-year-old dies after fall at Bridal Veil Falls

11/13/2013 11:59pm
A woman was killed after sustaining serious head injuries from a fall while hiking Bridal Veil Falls.
 
   
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