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April 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (15 Stories)

Murder suspect visited family on day of girl's slaying, witnesses testify

11/10/2012 8:58am
The day Hser Ner Moo went missing was the first day the man accused of killing her visited his aunt and uncle.

In midst of lawsuits, receiver named for Trolley Square

11/10/2012 11:08am
The 3rd District Court of Salt Lake City on Friday appointed Bill Hoffman, chief executive officer of San Diego-based Trigild, as receiver of historic Trolley Square.

Man accused of assaulting 2 with hatchet charged

11/10/2012 11:10am
A Salt Lake City man accused of attacking two people with a hatchet and terrorizing a Murray neighborhood was charged Friday in 3rd District Court.

Surveillance released of fight involving BYU football players

11/10/2012 2:10pm
A surveillance video released to Friday shows a violent fight between BYU students on Halloween.

VIDEO: Understanding the "Jeep Thing"

11/10/2012 2:24pm
You know those "It's a Jeep Thing…You Wouldn't Understand" bumper stickers? In case you don't understand, we took out a pair of Jeeps—a luxury-type Grand Cherokee and a basic-looking Wrangler—to try to get some understanding, or at least insight, into what makes the Jeep experience so difficult to comprehend for the rest of us.

Westminster student body president removed; students protest

11/10/2012 2:51pm
Westminster College's administration has removed the student body president for unbecoming behavior, though his peers voted to keep him onboard.

Woman injured in carousel accident sues for $300k

11/10/2012 3:37pm
A Washington City woman injured when a panel fell from the ceiling of a St. George carousel is suing for more than $300,000 in damages.

UHP asks drivers to move vehicles off freeways after accidents

11/10/2012 3:52pm
The Utah Department of Transportation and Utah Highway Patrol are reiterating a message of safety by asking for the public's help following fender benders.

Woman walks again after missed Lyme disease diagnosis

11/10/2012 4:26pm
The low point came for Emily Koster when the mom of three woke up one morning with her limbs locked, unable to move. Now, though, she's starting to walk again.

Police find man with stolen clubs, police light from St. George golf course

11/10/2012 5:04pm
Nevada police breaking up a fight over golf clubs say they found a stolen Los Angeles County Sheriff's radio and flashing police lights in the suspect's car.

Family donates irreplaceable clothes to Sandy victims

11/10/2012 6:11pm
We've all heard stories of Utahns coming together to donate items for victims of Hurricane Sandy. But a Sandy, Utah, family is donating something that can never be replaced.

Car, train collide; driver uninjured

11/10/2012 10:31pm
A man who crashed his vehicle into a moving train Saturday night walked away unharmed.

Falling tree branches take down power lines, put nearly 5,000 in dark

11/10/2012 10:33pm
Day two of this winter storm left thousands of Rocky Mountain Power customers in the dark.

Community helps man awaiting heart transplant raise funds for surgery

11/10/2012 10:38pm
Friends and family of a man awaiting a heart transplant got busy raising funds for the anticipated surgery Saturday.

After man crashes car into Burger King, restaurant closes

11/10/2012 10:40pm
A man is in the hospital Saturday after he crashed his vehicle into a fast food restaurant.
 
   
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