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Love scary movies? The scientific reason for it

10/30/2012 7:15am
Whether you like scary movies or hate them, there is a scientific reason for it.

Social bullying prevalent in kids TV

10/30/2012 10:10am
A new study finds a lot of bullying in the shows children watch on TV. Often it's kids being verbally mean to each other, or socially aggressive.

Killer due for parole hearing in 25 years

10/30/2012 10:39am
A Duchesne County man who killed one person and wounded another in June 2011 will serve 25 years in prison before he makes his first appearance before the state parole board.

Gas prices could dip below $3, but Utah sees no change

10/30/2012 11:32am
Gas prices are plummeting and may dip below $3 per gallon shortly after Thanksgiving, experts say.

Salt Lake City launches new mobile app

10/30/2012 12:59pm
The city government is looking for ways to get people to head downtown and enjoy their time there. It also is looking to find quicker ways to get residents in touch with city services, and its newest method is through a smartphone app.

Man sentenced to 5 years in road rage death

10/30/2012 1:17pm
A man involved in a road rage incident two years ago that resulted in a woman's death has been sentenced to prison.

Case against Greg Peterson is finally closed

10/30/2012 3:28pm
The criminal case against Greg Peterson in Wasatch County has officially been closed.

Officer a 'hero' for rescuing woman from burning house

10/30/2012 3:54pm
Cottonwood Heights Police Chief Robby Russo doesn't like to overuse the word "hero."

Utah crews to help restore power in Sandy's wake

10/30/2012 5:54pm
Sixteen linemen and two managers from Rocky Mountain Power will fly to New Jersey in the morning to help local crews with the massive task of restoring power.

Orem man who allegedly murdered girlfriend awaits extradition

10/30/2012 7:09pm
Steven Gray, 43, remained in the Yakima County Jail Tuesday, awaiting extradition back to Utah to potentially be tried for murder.

Specialists predict insurance effects resulting from Hurricane Sandy

10/30/2012 8:20pm
Hurricane Sandy has impacted people in a way that is hard to capture. In the second day of the storm, around 80 million people have been affected in one way or another. The storm will also have an economic impact, but in ways that may be surprising.

Retired FBI agent arraigned in Afghan scheme uncovered in Utah

10/30/2012 8:59pm
A recently retired FBI agent pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of trying to derail an investigation into a defense contract scandal in exchange for promises of riches that apparently never materialized.

Suspect in costly home burglary ID'd after stopping for a drink

10/30/2012 9:40pm
Police say an alleged burglar took a shower and helped herself to a glass of water before stealing $6,700 in property from a West Valley City home.

Utah woman becomes unintentional photographer of history

10/30/2012 10:25pm
For photographer Hannah Galli, the trip to the East Coast started out as a Halloween beach wedding in Southern Virginia. But the Utah resident soon found herself capturing images of Superstorm Sandy through a rain-soaked lens.

Resident shoots man who tries to invade home; two still at large

10/30/2012 10:26pm
A Sugar House homeowner shot and injured a man who attempted to invade his home Tuesday afternoon. Two other people thought to be involved are still on the loose.

Phone vs. Keys: More teens choose technology over driving

10/30/2012 10:29pm
Getting a drivers license used to be an highly anticipated rite of passage. But more and more teenagers are waiting past the age of 16 to obtain their license and the reasons for the delay may surprise you.

'NeverLand' brought to life as charity event on Halloween

10/30/2012 10:53pm
On the brink of Halloween, some people are scrambling for last minute costumes or parties to attend. But one group of friends embraced the holiday by recreating the story of 'Peter Pan' in their front yard and celebrated for a cause.

Surviving Sandy: Stories from those who were there

10/30/2012 11:04pm
Superstorm Sandy's rage began Monday afternoon, shattering windows, crumbling buildings and tearing away boardwalks along the East Coast. Now that it's passed, we're starting to hear from those who rode out the fierce storm.