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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Volunteer firefighter gets jail in arson cases

10/03/2012 6:30am
An 18-year-old volunteer firefighter from Elk Ridge has been ordered to 180 days in jail after he was convicted of setting fires in central Utah this summer.

Multi-vehicle accident ties up traffic on 5600 West

10/03/2012 7:33am
Police say a driver and her passenger are lucky to be alive after a serious car accident in Kearns.

Gephardt Gets It: Scam involves negative online reviews

10/03/2012 7:47am
If you are a company owner, or work for one, watch out for a new scam that involves bogus negative online reviews.

2nd cyclist dies after crashing in LOTOJA race

10/03/2012 10:51am
A second man who crashed at this year's LOTOJA bike race has died. Family members are remembering him as a man who loved to compete but also loved to share everything he had with the community.

Utah pertussis cases at highest level since 1946

10/03/2012 12:13pm
The nation is in the midst of one of the worst whooping cough outbreaks in a half century, and the health department is reporting several hundred cases in Utah.

USTAR: 6 years of innovation and growth

10/03/2012 12:33pm
Based on best practices of other states in technology economic development, USTAR has built on unique Utah strengths to forge a new national benchmark in innovation and growth.

Bountiful to install surveillance network to combat thefts, vandalism

10/03/2012 12:47pm
Bountiful City will be rolling out a new surveillance network in hopes of thwarting vandals, thieves and drug users.

Man pleads guilty in assault that turned deadly

10/03/2012 3:59pm
An Orem man accused of arranging an assault on an alleged informant that turned deadly was sentenced to prison Tuesday.

Allgier pleads guilty in killing of corrections officer

10/03/2012 5:57pm
In a surprise move, Curtis Allgier pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing Department of Corrections officer Stephen Anderson in 2007.

Surveillance photos released in smash-and-grab burglary investigation

10/03/2012 6:23pm
An increasing number of smash-and-grab burglaries involving vehicles have been reported near the state Capitol, most recently targeting a couple visiting from Switzerland, police said.

Debate in Denver: The swing state

10/03/2012 6:46pm
Utah's neighbor to the east is finding itself at the center of the political universe, hosting the first debate and considered a critical swing state that could tip the election.

Bountiful family creates jingle for Honeycomb contest

10/03/2012 7:18pm
A Bountiful family is a top contestant in an online commercial contest to create a new jingle for Honeycomb cereal, and they're hoping those musical talents will help them bring home some cash along with their new-found Internet fame.

Police find runaway teens in Cedar Hills

10/03/2012 7:54pm
Police located three runaways from a Provo youth facility Wednesday morning at Walmart in Cedar Hills.

Jack Gallivan was a visionary, community icon

10/03/2012 8:04pm
A visionary and community icon, Jack Gallivan died Tuesday, but the former Salt Lake Tribune publisher and longtime advocate for the homeless has left behind a legacy of citizenship.

MacNeill requested doc give extra meds to wife

10/03/2012 9:05pm
Martin MacNeill was the "stronger" personality, the "dominant" personality, the one who neighbors talked to and the one who commanded conversations with the doctors who worked with his wife, Michele, witnesses testified Wednesday.

84-year-old woman murdered in Avenues, grandson in custody

10/03/2012 9:37pm
Police arrested a 21-year-old man Wednesday in connection with the death of his 84-year-old grandmother in the Avenues.

Tips for discussing sensitive issues with elderly parents

10/03/2012 9:40pm
Recent studies show that doctors have more influence on an aging person's decision to stop driving than the person's family does. But how can people speak with their aging loved ones when there isn't a doctor around?

Ariz. town prepares to say goodbye to slain Border Patrol agent

10/03/2012 10:13pm
Wednesday night, U.S Border Patrol agents keep watch over the body of U.S. Border Patrol agent and Provo native Nicholas Ivie. The small town of Sierra Vista is now preparing to say goodbye to a hero.

Major delays on I-80 expected as UDOT repairs road

10/03/2012 10:53pm
A major lane closure on I-80 began Wednesday night, and it could complicate your driving plans for the next couple of days.

VIDEO: USC Trojan Marching Band livens up streets of Park City

10/03/2012 11:01pm
The University of Utah and USC football teams play Thursday night at Rice Eccles Stadium. The Trojan band played Wednesday night in Park City.
 
   
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