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Archive: News / Utah (22 Stories)

Uintah County man admits to role in 2011 murder

11/16/2012 6:44am
A Uintah County man has admitted to taking part in a 2011 confrontation that left one man dead and another critically injured.

Orem settles with man who flipped off officer

11/16/2012 7:10am
A Utah County city has reached a settlement in a lawsuit that alleged a police officer violated a man's constitutional rights by pulling him over for giving the officer the middle finger.

Poll: Only 6% of Black Friday goers will shop on Thanksgiving

11/16/2012 8:41am
Several major retailers are opening earlier than ever on Thanksgiving day for Black Friday, but a new poll says few Black Friday shoppers will actually step foot in the store that early.

Devoted volunteer earns admiration, gets a High 5

11/16/2012 8:53am
A retiree spent so much time volunteering at school that the principal tried to hire him. But "Grandpa Joe" says he doesn't want money, he just wants to help out.

Woman robbed smoke shop accompanied by child; police still searching

11/16/2012 11:29am
Police are looking for a woman accused of robbing a smoke shop at gunpoint, accompanied by a young child.

Driver identified in fatal rollover near Saltair

11/16/2012 3:23pm
A Tooele man was killed Friday morning after police say he ran into a vehicle in front of him, rolled his vehicle and was ejected.

How to celebrate the start of the holiday season

11/16/2012 3:42pm
A list of events going on throughout Utah this week that you may want to check out. Suggestions? Email us, or tweet @kslcom with the hashtag #StuffToDo.

Redistricting documents go online after Utah legislature year-long debate

11/16/2012 4:16pm
After more than a year of partisan squabbling, legislative leaders Friday placed thousands of documents related to Utah's controversial redistricting process online.

What parents should know about Snapchat app

11/16/2012 5:38pm
Most teens use it for fun and games, to interact in a way they never could before on social media. Others, though, snap a revealing pic and send it, knowing it will be gone and, hopefully, out of view in seconds.

Body recovered in Morgan plane crash

11/16/2012 5:47pm
The Federal Aviation Administration was scheduled to begin its investigation Friday of a fatal plane crash in Morgan County.

Tribal police officer allegedly assaulted; case under investigation

11/16/2012 6:21pm
Federal agents are investigating an alleged assault on a Ute tribal police officer that resulted in the officer firing multiple shots at the suspect.

BYU professor talks about Middle East conflict; Jerusalem Center

11/16/2012 6:35pm
The violence Friday appeared to be escalating, despite calls from around the world for peace.

Condition of gas burn victims slightly improves

11/16/2012 6:42pm
Two of five children burned in a fiery accident remained hospitalized Friday, one in critical condition and another in serious condition.

24-hour campaign raising over $500K for nonprofits

11/16/2012 6:48pm
A timely campaign in Park City is urging those who are thankful for their community to give online to nonprofits there.

Polygamist leader's end-of-world prophecy has neighbors worried

11/16/2012 6:50pm
There are new indications of turmoil after an end-of-the-world prophecy from polygamist leader Warren Jeffs. Some say people are scared in the Utah-Arizona border town of Hildale/Colorado City.

Ok.com: movies rated by parents, for parents

11/16/2012 7:01pm
Deseret Digital Media has launched a new system called "OK.com" that takes a social-media type approach to help you with your movie choices.

Local linemen help return power to darkened homes in NJ

11/16/2012 8:04pm
In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, power crews from across the country worked day and night to get the lights back on for millions of people who lost electricity. After 15 days of that emergency work in New Jersey, Rocky Mountain Power crews returned home Friday.

VIDEO: Winner of 'Cheapster' reality show wins 1M pennies

11/16/2012 8:59pm
A giant, 6,900-pound prize of 1 million pennies, $10,000, was given to University of Utah student Jennifer Hillam in Salt Lake City Friday.

12 National Guard members receive warm welcome home

11/16/2012 9:39pm
Twelve airmen from the Utah Air National Guard's 130th Engineering Installation Squadron returned home from a six-month deployment to the Middle East.

Standing workspaces promote good health

11/16/2012 10:35pm
At his new workstation everything Dr. Chris Wood once did sitting, he now does standing while walking very slowly on a treadmill. A telephone, computer keyboard, pencils, pads, papers — everything you'd find on a conventional desk are on this new generation workspace.

With strong relationships, breast cancer survival rate increases

11/16/2012 10:37pm
Margaret Monson's family might have saved her from dying from breast cancer.

Man charged with obstructing justice after deleting text messages to dead woman

11/16/2012 11:59pm
A Salt Lake City man has been charged with obstructing justice after police said he deleted text messages after learning the woman he'd sent them to was dead.
 
   
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