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July 23rd, 2014
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Md. mall to reopen with memorials, more security

01/27/2014 2:21am
The mall where a Maryland teenager gunned down two people before killing himself was set for a somber reopening Monday under increased security as police worked to figure out why the shooting took place and whether the gunman knew either victim.

Detecting kids' ID theft can be difficult, expert says

01/27/2014 7:40am
There are warning signs that can tip people off to whether their identity has been compromised. But, officials say it's harder to tell if a child's Social Security number is being illegally used.

What to do if your flight gets cancelled

01/27/2014 7:58am
This winter has been a tough one on fliers. Airlines have cancelled more than 33,000 flights in the past three weeks alone. Do you know what to do if your flight gets cancelled?

For BFF with cancer, 7-year-old shaves his head

01/27/2014 8:05am
A little boy showed wisdom and kindness beyond his years when he shaved his hair and started a fundraiser for his friend with leukemia.

Want to get the flu? Volunteers sneeze for science

01/27/2014 9:29am
Forget being sneezed on: Government scientists are deliberately giving dozens of volunteers the flu by squirting the live virus straight up their noses.

The new face of food stamps: working-age Americans

01/27/2014 10:05am
In a first, working-age people now make up the majority in U.S. households that rely on food stamps _ a switch from a few years ago, when children and the elderly were the main recipients.

Breaches not changing people's habits, poll finds

01/27/2014 10:24am
American shoppers say they are very concerned about the safety of their personal information following a massive security breach at Target, but many aren't taking steps to ensure their data is more secure, says a new Associated Press--GfK Poll.

Utah's 2014 legislative session priorities

01/27/2014 10:36am
Many issues will vie for attention in the Legislature in the coming weeks. Here are five issues we feel are of particular importance and concern.

The Runnin' Utes passing 'the eye test'

01/27/2014 10:46am
The Runnin' Utes are still winless on the road after falling to No. 1 Arizona 65-56 Sunday. But the progress made from seasons past is more encouraging as the season moves forward, with Utah showing it can contend with the top talents of the Pac-12.

Photos: Utah wild sheep relocated by helicopter, trailers

01/27/2014 11:01am
In continuing program to increase Utah's bighorn sheep population, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources complete trap-and-move projects on Antelope Island and in Zion National Park this month.

First dinosaur bones in Saudi Arabia discovered

01/27/2014 11:19am
For palaeontologists, the Middle East has long proven a bit of a blind spot. Evidence of dinosaurs has proven scarce, and what little surfaces from time to time have been traditionally difficult to itemize. That changed recently when an international team of scientists uncovered the first evidence of dinosaurs in Saudi Arabia near the coast of the Red Sea.

4,000-year-old tablet gives new details on Noah's Ark; Engineers will attempt to build

01/27/2014 11:37am
Forget all those images of a long vessel with a pointy bow -- the original Noah's Ark, new research suggests, was round.

2 men rob Super 8, police say

01/27/2014 11:43am
Early Monday morning, two men robbed a motel office, threatening the clerk with a gun, police reported.

Repair your marriage: Part 4 — Encouragement technique

01/27/2014 11:46am
This week's edition of LIFEadvice is about the benefits of seeing the best in your spouse.

Real estate broker fined $75K, stripped of license

01/27/2014 12:58pm
Award-winning real estate broker Kyle Ashworth has been stripped of his license by state regulators and fined $75,000 for forging federal termite inspection records and other documents needed to obtain FHA loans.

2 songs featuring Utah guitarist compete for Grammy

01/27/2014 1:20pm
A Utah musician played guitar on two tracks that competed for a Grammy on Sunday.

Have You Seen This? Beware of Ninja Bear

01/27/2014 2:07pm
If bears weren't terrifying enough, they now have the stealth of a ninja. Goodbye humanity, we had a good run.

Fire damages Ogden apartment complex

01/27/2014 5:12pm
An early morning fire forced residents from their Ogden apartment and left about $70,000 in damage.

Brain-dead pregnant woman's husband names fetus

01/27/2014 5:33pm
The husband of a pregnant, brain-dead Texas woman who was taken off life support over the weekend named what would have been the couple's second child before his wife was removed from machines.

Former West Valley drug unit lieutenant appeals demotion

01/27/2014 5:52pm
John Coyle, a West Valley police officer who feels he was wrongly demoted as lieutenant over the embattled narcotics unit, took his appeal to the city's civil service commission Monday.

'Don't drive drunk' says father of 3-year-old killed in crash

01/27/2014 6:29pm
The family of Zane Thurber, a 3-year-old boy killed by an alleged drunk driver Saturday night, released a statement Monday.

Kids try to pass fake $50 bills for parents at University Mall, police say

01/27/2014 6:45pm
Two children were stopped trying to use counterfeit $50 bills at University Mall for their parents, according to Orem police.

Ogden sex abuse suspect back in jail after judge increases bail

01/27/2014 6:54pm
A convicted sex offender charged with kidnapping and sexually abusing a 14-year-old boy is back behind bars, less than a week after he made bail.

Woman released from jail after taking plea deal in toddler’s death

01/27/2014 6:55pm
A woman accused of hitting and killing a 2- year-old boy with her car accepted a plea deal Monday and was released from jail.

Police ID, jail man accused of ramming deputy's car

01/27/2014 7:17pm
Utah authorities believe they have identified the man who led them on a high-speed chase through Grand County in a stolen BMW over the weekend. He was expected to be released from the hospital Monday and immediately booked into jail.

Therapist accused of sexually abusing 2 girls

01/27/2014 7:19pm
A licensed family therapist who works with children on the autism spectrum was charged Monday with six counts of sexual abuse of a child.

Local shoe company reaches global market

01/27/2014 7:42pm
Golden Harper began altering running shoes in his father's running shoe store in Orem, with the goal of making a zero-drop shoe with cushion. With the marketing help of his cousin, Jeremy, Altra running shoes has gone from local to global.

Lee turns to Facebook in preparation for State of the Union response

01/27/2014 7:47pm
Sen. Mike Lee, via social media, asked mainstream Americans for ideas to incorporate into the official tea party response he will deliver Tuesday following President Obama's State of the Union address.

Roy man thankful for cop who helped his deaf wife in accident

01/27/2014 8:07pm
A Roy man said he's grateful to a South Ogden police officer who went out of his way to help his hearing-impaired wife who was in a terrible car accident.

5 beautiful images of space are taken with X-rays

01/27/2014 8:26pm
Last week, NASA released an image of a supermassive black hole that has prevented the formation of trillions of stars.

Thousands of kids, teens shot by guns each year, new study says

01/27/2014 8:53pm
A new study shows thousands of kids end up in the hospital with gun injuries each year — many of those injuries accidental.

Harpists help create soothing atmosphere in hospital lobby

01/27/2014 9:32pm
The next time you walk into Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, you may be greeted by the strings of a harp. It's a new program staffed entirely by volunteers to help patients and their family members relax.

Clearfield police to use armored vehicle to fight crime

01/27/2014 10:05pm
Clearfield police are using a new machine called "the Armadillo," which will soon be used to fight crime, simply by sitting in front of potential problem homes.

Fatal consequences of distracted driving highlighted in 'Walk of Silence'

01/27/2014 10:20pm
Dozens of people took to the streets Monday night to honor a single mother of three, killed by a pickup truck in a crosswalk on University Avenue while walking to work earlier this month. The event also highlighted the dangers of distracted driving.

Favors powers Jazz past depleted Kings, 106-99

01/27/2014 10:25pm
The Jazz held on in a free throw battle to get a victory over the Kings and an escape from the bottom of the Western Conference.

Video shows man trampled at Texas bull run

01/27/2014 10:33pm
A Texas man was briefly hospitalized after being trampled during a Pamplona-style bull run near Houston over the weekend.

Speaker Lockhart criticizes governor in opening legislative address

01/27/2014 11:04pm
House Speaker Becky Lockhart, R-Provo, kicked off the first day of the 2014 Legislature on Monday with tough words for Gov. Gary Herbert, calling for an energetic leader, "not an inaction figure."
 
   
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