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First trailer for Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar' is now online

12/14/2013 10:14am
Christopher Nolan has become one of the most popular filmmakers of our time and the first trailer for his new film; "Interstellar" is now online. It was announced the trailer would premier with "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," but for those who can't get to the theater this weekend, we've got your back.

BYU student qualifies for U.S. Olympic luge team

12/14/2013 10:58am
A BYU student qualified for the luge Olympic team on Friday.

Chinese hosiery company brings factory, jobs to Cache County

12/14/2013 11:42am
The Governor's Office of Economic Development announced that Zhejiang Walt Technologies, one of the largest sock knitters in the world, will soon be expanding operations in Cache County.

Tooele teen surprised by marching band after missing Pearl Harbor parade

12/14/2013 12:38pm
A Utah teen gets a surprise from his marching band mates after he missed marching with them in the Pearl Harbor Day parade.

NSA, ethics of 'big data' explored at U. panel

12/14/2013 1:59pm
XMission founder Pete Ashdown was one of three members of a panel Friday to discuss with University of Utah students the role of the National Security Agency and the rising generation's role in protecting anonymity.

Campers help Amazon keep up with holiday rush

12/14/2013 4:53pm
Twinkling lights, ornament-strewn trees and bustling campgrounds. Those are signs of the Christmas season in this Kentucky town, where the Amazon.com distribution center recruits an armada of RV owners as seasonal workers to help fill holiday orders.

GOP committee selects Reyes, Smith, Tarbet as A.G. candidates

12/14/2013 5:55pm
It took much of Saturday, but members of the GOP State Central Committee finally chose three candidates to replace former Attorney General John Swallow — Sean Reyes, Robert Smith and Brian Tarbet.

Fire damages Centerville condos, kills family pet

12/14/2013 6:07pm
Four people were treated for smoke inhalation and a cat was killed in a fire that torched at least one unit and damaged others at the Cedar Springs Condominiums in Centerville on Saturday afternoon.

Dozens of kids get to 'Shop with a Cop' for Christmas

12/14/2013 6:18pm
Police officers joined the holiday crowds early Saturday, helping little Christmas shoppers check off their own little lists.

Bells toll in Newtown for school shooting victims

12/14/2013 7:06pm
Bells tolled 26 times to honor the children and educators killed one year ago in a shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School as local churches held memorial services and the country marked the anniversary with events including a White House moment of silence.

The watershed underneath the Wasatch Mountains

12/14/2013 7:13pm
The snow has been piling up in Utah's mountains over the past few weeks, keeping the skiers and snowboarders happy — but it is also great for the watershed. In fact, there is a whole underground aquifer in Little Cottonwood Canyon that plays a big part in our drinking water.

Undercover stings used to fight domestic terrorism

12/14/2013 7:15pm
The arrest of a Kansas man accused of trying to bring what he thought was a car bomb into a Wichita airport marked the culmination of a months-long undercover sting in what has become a successful and widely used domestic counterterrorism tactic.

With $500M bond rejected, Jordan District proposes boundary changes

12/14/2013 7:54pm
After a nearly $500 million bond for new buildings failed to gain voter support, officials with the Jordan School District are now considering several school boundary changes to address student growth.

Teenagers provide Christmas for Utahns in need

12/14/2013 8:39pm
Students in the Peer Leadership Team and Service Learning class at Corner Canyon High School coordinated a donation drive as a class project for the Utah Association for the Intellectually Disabled.

Northeastern snowstorm brings dangerous travel conditions

12/14/2013 9:18pm
A wide swath of the Northeast got another shot of wintry weather on Saturday, giving a boost to ski resorts but hampering travel and complicating shopping plans less than two weeks before Christmas.

Artist tells story of family in creation for Macy's holiday windows

12/14/2013 9:51pm
For the artists who contribute to the holiday candy windows at Macy's City Creek, the display represents a lot of hard work. For one artist this year, it also tells a story of family.

Colorado school rampage lasted less than 2 minutes

12/14/2013 10:03pm
A Colorado teenager who may have been nursing a grudge against a high school teacher since September intended to harm that teacher and inflict numerous other casualties when he entered his school and shot a student at point-blank range before killing himself, authorities said.

China's moon rover leaves traces on lunar soil

12/14/2013 10:07pm
China's first moon rover has touched the lunar surface and left deep traces on its loose soil, state media reported Sunday, several hours after the country successfully carried out the world's first soft landing of a space probe on the moon in nearly four decades.

Layton fire destroys new home under construction

12/14/2013 10:29pm
An overnight fire in Layton took over 50 minutes get under control and destroyed a new house under construction.

Suspected Iron County gunman flown to hospital with 'brain bleed'

12/14/2013 10:34pm
A 41-year-old Iron County Jail inmate was flown to a northern Utah hospital Saturday after it was discovered he needed emergency medical care.

Duncan has 22 and 12 as Spurs beat Jazz 100-84

12/14/2013 10:46pm
The Jazz can't get to three wins in a row as the Spurs come to town and win 100-84.

South Africa prepares to bury Mandela

12/14/2013 10:51pm
Several thousand guests, some singing and dancing, gathered Sunday for Nelson Mandela's state funeral in a huge tent at the family compound of the anti-apartheid leader.

Multi-vehicle crash closes US 40, injures 7

12/14/2013 11:10pm
A multiplevehicle crash involving a semitruck briefly closed U.S. Highway 40 on Saturday night and sent seven people to the hospital with minor injuries, the Utah Highway Patrol said.

Father succumbs to sudden illness day after son's birth

12/14/2013 11:11pm
In this season of giving, a community has rallied around a Utah County woman who's dealing with immense loss. Her husband suddenly died Friday night, just one day after the birth of their first child.
 
   
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