06/12/2012 8:10amA brush fire burning in the foothills of Centerville is now under control. A group shooting clay pigeons sparked the fire Monday night.
06/12/2012 9:06amSome parents worry that when they send their son or daughter to college, it may mean a loss of faith or turning away from religion. But it can also mean a stronger spirituality.
06/12/2012 10:04amNew data has been released detailing the dangers of suicide among teens in Utah. In some ways the numbers are good, but in other ways they're concerning.
06/12/2012 11:17amA lay member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is hoping to use popular crowdfunding website Kickstarter to fund a guidebook to help church members — and especially converts — understand the culture and organization of the church.
06/12/2012 11:51amPolice are crediting the actions of a homeowner with the quick arrest of a man accused of kidnapping a woman and raping her.
06/12/2012 2:04pmPolice have arrested a man whose dog is accused of attacking a police officer.
06/12/2012 3:52pmEarly voting in the June 26 primary election began Tuesday and will continue through June 22.
06/12/2012 4:53pmA Utah man received three years of probation Tuesday for boarding an airplane with a 3 ½- inch folding knife in his briefcase.
06/12/2012 5:13pmRetail sales are up in the Beehive State according to a monthly snapshot. Sales tax numbers from March, the month City Creek opened, are now in for both Salt Lake City and the state of Utah, the numbers appear to be up across the board.
06/12/2012 5:20pmInvestigators now say an overloaded power strip likely started a house fire that killed a 2- year-old boy in Spanish Fork this morning.
06/12/2012 7:04pmStarting July 1, people offering the services of non-attorney immigration consultants will be required to register with the state Division of Consumer Protection.
06/12/2012 7:06pmSix rafters stranded in Emery County have been airlifted to safety by Utah Army National Guard soldiers, just the thing for which they had recently been training.
06/12/2012 8:09pmWillard City and a property owner are at odds over a trench dug on a pioneer cemetery. The city contends the property owner went ahead without the city's permission, and because of happenstance, may have unearthed some remains.
06/12/2012 8:11pmRichard Wagner Jones, 67, served five years in prison for sexually abusing an 8-year-old girl 23 years ago. He will now embark in a five-month campaign for election to the Granite School Board.
06/12/2012 8:51pmCharlie Luke said Salt Lake City doesn't need to charge more for on-street parking downtown and would be sending the wrong message to visitors and shoppers by doing so.
06/12/2012 9:18pmA court injunction designed to break up Ogden's oldest and largest gang could get permanent status. While city and county attorneys argued the injunction's success before a judge Tuesday, attorneys for the gang members contended the law is nothing more than a violation of their clients' rights.
06/12/2012 9:51pmExperts who testified in the case of an Arizona man accused of killing a Utah sheriff's deputy agree that the defendant is mentally ill, but they're at odds over whether he can rationally and sufficiently help his lawyers prepare a defense.
06/12/2012 9:56pmA fire burning in the hills above Pleasant Grove Tuesday evening provided further evidence for the reasoning behind Utah's first early fire closures order in five years.
06/12/2012 10:49pmNotably absent from that list of fire restrictions imposed by the Utah Division of Forestry, Fire and State Lands Tuesday is any prohibition of target shooting. That's because of a law passed by the State Legislature in 2008.
06/12/2012 10:51pmNavajo Lake in Kane County is losing about a foot of water a month and now sits at about 10 feet deep in its deepest areas. But it's not the lack of rain and winter snow that is causing the rise of brown dirt around the lake.
06/12/2012 10:56pmFBI agents, along with other federal agencies, executed a search warrant Tuesday on three locations in Salt Lake County, all of which were once associated with the CC Brown Law Office.
06/12/2012 11:10pmResidents and regular transit riders took turns taking the Utah Transit Authority to task Tuesday evening over its proposal to stop providing free bus service downtown.
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