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September 17th, 2014
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Utah AG hopes for 'civil, respectful and positive discussion' on same-sex marriage

04/13/2014 9:34am
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes urged supporters of traditional marriage Friday to "take the high road" as Amendment 3 is argued in court but said he would not apologize for defending the laws of the state.

Easter videos inspire change, new beginnings

04/13/2014 10:01am
Two recently released videos showcase the spirit of Easter and encourage viewers to change and engage in new beginnings.

2 powerful earthquakes hit Solomon Islands

04/13/2014 10:32am
Two strong earthquakes struck the Solomon Islands on Sunday, triggering tsunami warnings, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.

Iwamoto nominated by Salt Lake County Democrats for Senate District 4 seat

04/13/2014 11:01am
Salt Lake County Democrats settled the high-profile Senate District 4 race at their convention Saturday by nominating former Salt Lake County Councilwoman Jani Iwamoto.

Incumbents lose reelection bids at Salt Lake County GOP convention

04/13/2014 11:04am
Salt Lake County Republicans voted at their convention Saturday to end the reelection bids of both Rep. Jim Bird, R-West Jordan, and Salt Lake County Auditor Greg Hawkins.

How relevant are the Ten Commandments in today's society?

04/13/2014 12:00pm
Ten utterances changed the ancient world. But are they relevant today?

Combative prosecutor makes mark in Pistorius trial

04/13/2014 12:42pm
Prosecutor Gerrie Nel fired another tough question at murder suspect Oscar Pistorius.

Report shows fewer Utah kids are uninsured

04/13/2014 1:19pm
Fewer Utah kids are going without health insurance, according to a new report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released Thursday.

Investigators complete initial stages of crash probe

04/13/2014 1:32pm
Federal authorities are wrapping up the initial stages of their investigation of a fiery collision between a FedEx truck and a tour bus carrying high school students that left 10 dead in Northern California.

Scams, fraud prevalent during tax season

04/13/2014 3:26pm
As Tax Day approaches, the Internal Revenue Service warns taxpayers to beware of scammers involved in identity theft and other forms of tax fraud.

Judge halts Davis County's 'pay for stay' program

04/13/2014 4:13pm
A Utah judge this week ordered the Davis County Sheriff's office to stop taking money from the personal accounts of inmates to pay for lodging and medical expenses in a practice known as "pay for stay."

'I AM A BULLY' sign-holder calls sentence unfair

04/13/2014 5:04pm
A man accused of harassing a neighbor and her disabled children for the past 15 years sat at a street corner Sunday morning with a sign declaring he's a bully, a requirement of his sentence.

Great horned owl family watches over SLC cemetery

04/13/2014 5:56pm
Five great horned owls have taken up residence in the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Mother struggling with MS receives help from Boy Scout

04/13/2014 8:33pm
A Utah County mother of four has struggled with multiple sclerosis for the past 15 years, and a recent flare-up may leave her wheelchair- bound permanently. With bills, an inadequate wheelchair and no ramp access to her home, a Boy Scout is coming to the rescue.

Many Utahns seem to be keeping their New Year's resolutions so far

04/13/2014 9:20pm
Now that the first quarter of the year is over and the weather is warming up, some Utahns are assessing and renewing the resolutions they made three months ago.

Woman killed at least 6 newborn infants over 10-year period, police say

04/13/2014 10:22pm
A West Valley woman was arrested early Sunday after police found seven deceased infants in a Pleasant Grove home Saturday, shocking family members and leaving a neighborhood stunned.

Gunman kills 3 at Kansas City-area Jewish sites

04/13/2014 10:29pm
A gunman opened fire outside of a Jewish community center on Sunday, killing a doctor and his teenage grandson before heading to a Jewish retirement community a few blocks away and killing someone else, authorities said.

39-year-old man shot, killed by police in Centerville

04/13/2014 10:30pm
A 39-year-old male was shot and killed in an officer involved shooting in Centerville Sunday afternoon.

Earthship 'biotecture' stays comfy without utilities

04/13/2014 10:31pm
The guru of the Earthship home-design movement is coming to Salt Lake City to spread his gospel: how to live in a self-sustaining home without any connections to the utility grid. His futuristic, eye-popping homes are largely made of trash.

Utahns returning to Boston Marathon filled with gratitude

04/13/2014 11:59pm
Tuesday marks the anniversary of a day that the nation won't soon forget, the bombing of the Boston Marathon. Utahns are planning to return to finish the race they started last April.
 
   
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