July 5th, 2015
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01/21/2014 8:02amA growing number of businesses are joining together to reduce the amount of pollution they put into the air. But officials with the Salt Lake Chamber say these companies need to try harder if they want to make a real difference.
01/21/2014 8:38amA new video game will focus on Utah's dirty air. People working on it at the U of U are targeting high school students.
01/21/2014 9:08amA shining new $635 million highway on the outskirts of Sochi stands next to a crumbling apartment block with a red "SOS!" banner on its roof.
01/21/2014 10:36amProponents of stricter gun laws have another headline to bolster their efforts: Access to firearms in the home increases the risk of violent death.
01/21/2014 10:46amForeigners visiting or immigrating to the United States have noticed people do things differently in this country — and may have some ideas that could save people money.
01/21/2014 10:48amAs Utahns, the Salt Lake Valley's air quality during the winter months is something we have begrudgingly become accustomed to, and a problem to which we welcome a solution.
01/21/2014 10:57amIt's an image that tugs at the heartstrings. A smiling 7-year-old girl poses in her cheerleading uniform, circled by a ring of pompons, her bald head a telltale sign of her chemotherapy treatments. The photo hit Facebook last year and popped up all over with messages of support. But here's the truth. The photo was nearly six years old.
01/21/2014 11:09amSometimes, loading up your family or friends into a car, grabbing some snack food and a good playlist can make for the perfect activity — winter or summer.
01/21/2014 11:26amHigh schoolers can't wait to turn "sweet 16." This coming of age celebration marks a time for dating, that first part-time job and a parent's worst nightmare…driving!
01/21/2014 11:31amThe Runnin' Utes rebounded from a two-game skid and got two nice wins in conference play against the USC Trojans and the No. 25 UCLA Bruins last week, steering the figurative ship back into more comfortable waters.
01/21/2014 12:01pmRussian efforts to bolster security ahead of next month's Winter Olympics appear to have ramped up in recent days, with authorities looking for several female terrorism suspects and special forces conducting operations in the restive republic of Dagestan.
01/21/2014 12:13pmWith the season halfway finished, it is time to look back at how the Jazz are doing this season.
01/21/2014 12:46pmA new bill would make it a primary offense in Utah not to wear a seatbelt on the highway. Utah state Sen. Luz Robles says she wants to give a new safety tool to officers and troopers.
01/21/2014 1:05pmTwo Mexican citizens who were arrested at the border used account information stolen during the Target security breach to buy tens of thousands of dollars' worth of merchandise, according to a South Texas police chief.
01/21/2014 1:16pmWatching safely from my desk is sometimes the best way to experience thrills – like BASE jumping from a rocky cliff.
01/21/2014 1:31pmThe Tea Party Express has announced that Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, will deliver the official tea party response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address following the Republican response.
01/21/2014 2:03pmIn honor of its now 30th year giving independent filmmakers a voice, here are five 2014 films that celebrate the spirit of the Sundance Film Festival.
01/21/2014 2:25pmThe most expensive games in Olympic history will be starting in just over two weeks. The games are almost $40 billion over budget.
01/21/2014 3:08pmThe judge, prosecutor and defense lawyers all agree that justice, at least by today's standards, wasn't carried out 70 years ago when a 14-year-old black boy was sent to the electric chair for killing two white girls.
01/21/2014 4:31pmChildren of all sizes are less likely to engage in physical activity even a year after being teased in P.E., according to a new study from BYU.
01/21/2014 6:00pmSheriff's deputies and the Bear River Health Department were kept busy Tuesday over spilled milk.
01/21/2014 6:39pmSalt Lake City International Airport saw significant flight delays this morning thanks to thick fog and smog and generally poor visibility as a result of the inversion.
01/21/2014 6:46pmDraper police confirmed the identity of a man that was killed after walking out into traffic on I-15 early Tuesday morning.
01/21/2014 7:05pmAn intense traffic stop involving a wanted fugitive gang member was captured by the camera of a South Ogden police officer.
01/21/2014 7:06pmTuesday, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints released a statement saying Utah's existing alcohol laws benefit the state and its residents and should not be loosened.
01/21/2014 7:10pmFour same-sex couples married in Utah between the time that a federal judge struck down the state's ban on gay marriage and when the U.S. Supreme Court stayed that ruling are suing to have their marriages recognized.
01/21/2014 7:32pmDecapitated man, dead prostitute, beaten to death: these are not true crime stories, but the kind of scenes that appear on a regular basis on television now (more specifically the premiere episodes of "Chicago PD," "True Detective" and the season premiere of "Justified," all within the past two weeks).
01/21/2014 7:36pmA Purdue University engineering student opened fire inside a basement classroom Tuesday, killing a teaching assistant and prompting officials to put the campus on lockdown, police and the university said.
01/21/2014 7:39pmThe 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver announced Tuesday it will grant Utah's request for an extension to file its appeal of a court ruling that overturned the state's voter- approved ban on same-sex marriage.
01/21/2014 8:01pmUtahns overwhelming favor state laws that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace and housing, a new poll shows.
01/21/2014 8:20pmFailing to wear a seat belt was the primary factor in most fatal crashes in Utah in 2013, according to statistics released Tuesday.
01/21/2014 8:28pmI am a fan of making resolutions, but after some reflection I realized I was missing the boat on the types of resolutions I need to be making.
01/21/2014 8:51pmA mother, her two children and her own mother — all shot and killed in their Spanish Fork home — will be laid to rest Wednesday.
01/21/2014 9:14pmLast November, a small boy dressed as Batman brought the city of San Francisco to a standstill.
01/21/2014 9:42pmA swirling storm clobbered parts of the mid-Atlantic and the urban Northeast on Tuesday, dumping nearly a foot and a half of snow, grounding thousands of flights, closing government offices in the nation's capital and making a mess of the evening commute.
01/21/2014 9:58pmFourth-generation fisherman Bill Loy Jr. and his crew have the daunting task of removing millions of unwanted carp from Utah Lake. Every day, thousands of carp are removed as part of the June Sucker Recovery Implementation Program
01/21/2014 10:03pmJazz lose their second game in a row to the Minnesota Timberwolves 112-97.
01/21/2014 10:46pmA Utah company has installed a 4.4-acre solar panel system to both reduce their energy costs and their carbon footprint.
01/21/2014 10:47pmA Utah father of four is still in the hospital two weeks after being hit by a Frontrunner train, and doctors are unsure about his recovery.
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