08/17/2012 8:05amThis week's High 5 goes to members of the Salt Lake City Fire Department's Station 8, not only for how they respond to emergency calls but for helping the community in other ways.
08/17/2012 8:50amCancer took the life of a beloved Orem police K-9, and budget cuts may prevent officers from getting a new one. They're asking the public for help.
08/17/2012 9:30amBYU became the latest on a growing list of schools to offer a warning to its fan base not to try to recruit athletes through Twitter or Facebook.
08/17/2012 10:12amThe Utah Lake Commission is battling a noxious weed that has taken over the shoreline of Utah Lake. By knocking the weed down, it hopes it can help lower the mosquito population in the area and allow more people to enjoy the lake -- and cut down the risk of West Nile virus.
08/17/2012 10:28amCaptain Steve Crandall is one of guys you want to rescue you if you're ever stuck on the side of a building or cliff, or buried in a trench.
08/17/2012 10:58amA Brigham City teen is trying to raise half a million dollars because she has such a strong love for music. She wants to start a local youth symphony and restore a century-old concert hall for performances.
08/17/2012 11:39amHarry Potter did for kids and reading what a Utah author and his new book are doing for teenagers and reading. Richard Paul Evans introduced his latest book in the Michael Vey series and it has received a lot of enthusiasm from the teenage crowd.
08/17/2012 11:47amWhatever Romney's undisclosed tax returns contain, it is clear this issue is not going away any time soon.
08/17/2012 1:17pmFamily and friends are mourning the death of the president of the Utah chapter of the AFL-CIO. Jim Judd was killed in a motorcycle accident in Missoula, Mont., Thursday.
08/17/2012 2:13pmA toddler who fell from a third story window in West Jordan has died at the hospital. This is one of two cases where children fell from windows this week.
08/17/2012 3:24pmA man was arrested after police say he hit two bicyclists Friday morning.
08/17/2012 3:25pmA final report recommending whether Utah should bid again for a Winter Olympics is now expected to be made public next month.
08/17/2012 5:31pmA man accused of raping and killing a 6-year-old girl in his West Jordan neighborhood was charged Friday with sexually abusing another neighbor.
08/17/2012 5:40pmThe local Mothers' Milk Bank Depot is experiencing a critical shortage of donated milk and is asking local lactating women to consider becoming donors.
08/17/2012 6:10pmThe U.S. military made a big move into renewable energy Friday with the groundbreaking for a utility-sized project at Tooele Army Depot.
08/17/2012 7:43pmAn injured motorcyclist and the woman who rushed to his aid after a hit-and-run crash in Springville Wednesday are calling for additional consequences against the driver.
08/17/2012 8:24pmExtreme weather conditions have increased the fire danger in Utah and the West this season. This makes the issue of homeowner's insurance very important for homeowners.
08/17/2012 8:45pmA temporary lapse in judgment has cost a Utah Valley University student his freedom and a year of education.
08/17/2012 10:22pmTwo students from Park City graduated with so many credits — nearly 20 AP classes — they could have been the majority of the way through college. So how is it they still started as freshmen?
08/17/2012 10:39pmA 72-year-old Utah man was killed while riding his motorcycle in Central Idaho Friday.
08/17/2012 10:46pmA photographer bought a vintage camera at Deseret Industries and found someone's priceless family snapshots inside. Now she needs your help finding who the pictures belong to.
08/17/2012 11:07pmThousands of people filled the Conference Center to celebrate Latter-day Saint church President Thomas S. Monson's 85th birthday in an event organizers dubbed, "Golden Days: A Celebration of Life".
08/17/2012 11:19pmThe pilot of a helicopter was hospitalized with serious injuries after the aircraft crashed Friday.
08/17/2012 11:51pmA man who once confessed to killing a sheriff's deputy, but changed his testimony during this week's trial was acquitted of the murder charge late Friday.
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