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Archive: News / Utah (15 Stories)

Utah junior high honored for outreach to students in all situations

10/13/2012 8:53am
A Utah junior high school earned the national school of the year title from the National Association of Middle School Principals and Lifetouch.

Haunted house delivers spooks for charity

10/13/2012 9:22am
Looking for a good haunt? What about one with a good cause?

College, univ. enrollment drop could be sign of strengthening economy

10/13/2012 11:24am
After several years of growth, enrollment at Utah's public colleges and universities saw a slight decline this year, according to figures released Friday by the Utah System of Higher Education.

Woman charged with having sex with teens in foster care

10/13/2012 1:37pm
A Kearns woman has been charged with rape, forcible sodomy and lewdness after police say she had sex with two teenage boys living with her in foster care.

FrontRunner South, Airport TRAX near completion

10/13/2012 2:51pm
Commuters heading to Salt Lake City from Utah County may have an alternative form of transportation sooner than expected.

Alleged drunk driver hits parked vehicle, injures two

10/13/2012 4:45pm
A suspected drunk driver hit a parked vehicle and three people standing by it early Saturday morning, according to police.

Before draining, catch limit raised to 8 fish at PG pond

10/13/2012 7:27pm
Anglers of all ages are taking home quite a catch in Pleasant Grove after wildlife officials temporarily raised the catch limit.

Cyclists break in 9-mile stretch of Mountain View Corridor

10/13/2012 7:31pm
The Utah Department of Transportation opened yet another portion of the Mountain View Corridor on Saturday, and bicyclists were the first to hit the pavement.

Home show gives inspiration for building, remodeling

10/13/2012 8:33pm
It can be overwhelming to make decisions about building or remodeling a home, but one expert at the Deseret News Home Show has some tips for those in the construction zone.

Singer mistaken for gang member, shot at convenience store

10/13/2012 10:03pm
A shooting in the parking lot of a convenience store left one person injured.

Boy nearly drowns in Park City resort

10/13/2012 10:06pm
A 4-year-old boy was transported by medical helicopter Saturday after nearly drowning at a Park City resort.

Utah State fundraising campaign brings in $500M

10/13/2012 10:13pm
An almost decade-long fundraising campaign has netted Utah State University more than $500 million for scholarships, new buildings and endowments, a school official said Friday.

Former credit union employee charged with stealing more than $25,000

10/13/2012 10:22pm
An Eagle Mountain man has been charged with stealing more than $25,000 from customers while an employee of Mountain America Credit Union.

Court rules child conceived after father's death not entitled to benefits

10/13/2012 10:24pm
A young boy who was conceived from preserved sperm after his father's death is not entitled to Social Security benefits under Utah law, the Utah Supreme Court ruled Friday.

'It was like looking into a snake eye,' says mom of boy shot in eye

10/13/2012 11:59pm
It is said throwing snake eyes is a bad omen, and while looking into her son's eyes after he was shot with a BB gun earlier this summer, Amy Sorensen could not help but agree.
 
   
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