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October 1st, 2014
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Gates: Would have allowed gay adults in Scouts

05/24/2014 9:06am
Robert Gates, the new president of the Boy Scouts of America, said Friday that he would have moved last year to allow openly gay adults in the organization but said he opposes any further attempts to address the policy now.

58 summer festivals and celebrations around Utah

05/24/2014 9:30am
Summer is fast approaching, and that means many Utah cities and counties are once again celebrating their unique history and heritage. Here is a list of the celebrations that families can look forward to in the coming months.

Kearns man repeatedly stabbed mother, told police 'she deserved it'

05/24/2014 9:52am
A man accused of stabbing his mother 15 times and slitting her throat was charged with attempted murder Friday.

Duchesne County man enters guilty plea in 2009 shooting

05/24/2014 11:47am
A Duchesne County man has pleaded guilty to attempted murder for firing multiple shots that struck a man in the head while the victim was driving by his property.

Man who reported fraud of 88-year-old widow receives $15K reward

05/24/2014 12:29pm
A St. George financial adviser who suspected an 88-year-old widow might be the target of investment fraud received the Utah Securities Commission's first whistleblower reward.

The extra benefits of exercise

05/24/2014 1:14pm
Ron Cothran was selected to be a part of the Fit Nation Triathlon Challenge program, and he's seen the effect exercise can have on his job and mind.

Iron County calls BLM horse roundup a 'joke'

05/24/2014 1:51pm
Iron County commissioners are mocking a Bureau of Land Management plan to round up 200 wild horses in southern Utah, calling it a "slap in the face."

Memorial Day travel safety tips

05/24/2014 2:01pm
More than 36 million Americans — 2.7 million in the Intermountain West — will travel at least 50 miles during the Memorial Day holiday weekend, a 1.5 percent increase from last year.

5 movies you've never heard of that are worth a look

05/24/2014 2:54pm
Here's a list of five films that most have never heard of and even fewer have seen that are worth a watch.

Man freed after 17 years in prison gets law degree

05/24/2014 4:13pm
A man who spent 17 years in prison before a court said he might be innocent in the murder of his parents is due to receive his law degree Sunday, vowing to work to exonerate wrongly convicted prisoners.

Stolen vehicle found in Pineview Reservoir

05/24/2014 4:52pm
Police recovered a stolen vehicle from Pineview Reservoir Saturday morning.

Family of Draper police Sgt. Derek Johnson says 'thank you' to community

05/24/2014 6:11pm
Draper police Sgt. Derek Johnson's name was added to the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C.

Road rage killing hits officer's 'soft spot'

05/24/2014 6:59pm
After 17 years on the force, San Jose Police officer Huan Nguyen had learned not to get emotionally involved in his work. But then one got through.

Duchesne dedicates new memorial to county's veterans

05/24/2014 7:28pm
More than one person in the crowd of hundreds wiped away tears Saturday as Rod Harrison described the smells and sounds of combat that still haunt his memories.

Summer movie screenings hope to 'Make 'em Laugh' at Gallivan Center

05/24/2014 8:03pm
The Utah Film Center will host a series of free outdoor film screenings at the Gallivan Center during July.

US gunman identified, is Hollywood director's son

05/24/2014 8:51pm
A Hollywood director believes his son was the lone gunman who went on a shooting rampage near the University of California at Santa Barbara that killed six people.

Wildfire in northern Arizona grows significantly

05/24/2014 9:01pm
Authorities say they expect to lift a pre-evacuation warning for residents of two communities threatened by a wildfire that's burning in rugged terrain in a northern Arizona canyon.

Bombs in southern Thailand kill 3, wound 63

05/24/2014 9:35pm
A series of coordinated bomb attacks in restive southern Thailand hit convenience stores, gas stations and other locations, killing three people and wounding scores, police said.

Man arrested in Eagle Mountain after SWAT team called in

05/24/2014 9:55pm
Police have taken a man into custody after calling in a SWAT team in Eagle Mountain.

I-15 rollover crash kills 1, leaves another in critical condition

05/24/2014 10:32pm
One woman is dead and a man is in critical condition after a rollover crash Saturday morning on I-15.

Woman among world's oldest turning 115 years young

05/24/2014 10:40pm
A Detroit-area woman, a member of a select group of the living to have been born in the 19th century, is celebrating a birthday on Friday.

Group rallies at Utah Capitol to bring Nigerian girls home

05/24/2014 10:53pm
A dozen people gathered in front of the Capitol in Salt Lake City Saturday to add their voices to the world-wide call for action to bring the abducted girls of Chibok home.
 
   
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