June 30th, 2015
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10/04/2012 9:24amEven though graduation is several months away, some career advisers says students need to start searching for jobs now. Officials with the University of Utah Career Services Center say too many students are waiting until the last minute.
10/04/2012 10:03amHow much money do you give your kids for an allowance? And what do they do with it? A new survey finds very few children are learning to save.
10/04/2012 10:34amA Cedar City man was arrested Tuesday after police say he offered to trade prescription drugs for sex while texting with officers posing as a 17-year-old girl.
10/04/2012 11:17amMore trouble for the already troubled football program at Timpview High School in Provo. The school has now been stripped of a title.
10/04/2012 1:08pmA driver was killed Thursday morning on I-15 after his car was crushed between two larger vehicles.
10/04/2012 1:21pmPolice and representatives from the Salt Lake District Attorney's Office sat down Wednesday to talk about the investigation into the death of Uta von Schwedler.
10/04/2012 1:36pmA man nicknamed the "Bucket List Bandit" because he allegedly told a Utah bank teller that he had just four months to live just shrugged when asked Thursday if he really was terminally ill, moments after a federal judge ordered him jailed until he can stand trial for a northwestern Pennsylvania bank robbery.
10/04/2012 5:12pmA controversial proposal to build a roadway parallel to I-15 in Davis County has been refined in an effort to reduce the potential negative impacts to local residents and the environment.
10/04/2012 5:17pmMystery solved: It was the dog, with the phone, in the garden.
10/04/2012 5:46pmNick Ivie lived a life of service that extend to his work with the Border Patrol.
10/04/2012 6:20pmPolice say 84-year-old Joyce Dexter was killed by being stabbed multiple times by her grandson, 21-year-old Zachary Cole Weston, who lived with the woman.
10/04/2012 6:26pmAfter a devastating fire season, a Utah community has undertaken a massive rehabilitation project to repair the burn scars, prevent flash flooding and restore wildlife habitat.
10/04/2012 6:42pmAn older couple had a frightening moment when they answered the door to what they thought was the police, but what turned out to be burglars armed with guns.
10/04/2012 6:44pmPolice are looking for a man with a knife who attacked a woman getting off a TRAX train in Sandy. The woman fought back as the man tried to drag her into a field.
10/04/2012 7:25pmOpinions have been flying after the presidential candidates first debate Wednesday night. The viewpoints vary depending on who you ask, but political experts and columnists around the country seem to lean toward Romney as having the better performance.
10/04/2012 8:13pmAfter a six-month renovation project, some Salt Lake City firefighters finally got to move back home. Now, their fire station is one of the best in the city.
10/04/2012 8:45pmIt's been 11 months since a Carbon County man's body was discovered in a sewer pipe, and investigators still don't know how he died or how he ended up at the bottom of a manhole in his family's front yard.
10/04/2012 9:15pmCache County Schools are trying to stop bulling at school by rolling out a bully prevention program at all of their elementary schools this month.
10/04/2012 10:13pmDavis County search and rescue teams were called out late Thursday night to look for a hiker in Centerville Canyon. He was found by a friend and is reported to be uninjured.
10/04/2012 10:45pmTwo Cottonwood Heights boys are in trouble with the law after they allegedly shot and injured a girl with an airsoft gun Thursday.
10/04/2012 10:46pmUtah is the birthplace of some great inventions: television, the artificial heart and the pump shotgun, to name a few. But you probably didn't know that the first electric traffic signal was invented in Salt Lake City 100 years ago.
10/04/2012 10:50pmThe leaves may be turning, but the words of William Shakespeare are still flowing in Cedar City. KSL News recently got an inside look at the fall productions of the Utah Shakespeare Festival.
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