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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

Gephardt Gets It: Best deals on toys still to come

11/28/2012 7:55am
There's a good chance you haven't yet bought everything on your child's Christmas list. But don't worry, it's not too late. Some of the best deals are yet to come.

Successful strategy for revitalizing Main Street

11/28/2012 8:10am
The city of Bountiful is beginning to see a sort of rebirth of Main Street.

Provo-Orem is fastest-growing in nation, report says

11/28/2012 8:57am
A new report says one of the fastest growing metro areas nationwide is found right here in Utah.

New treatment in works for type of childhood cancer

11/28/2012 9:47am
Researchers in Utah may have found a possible new treatment for an often deadly form of childhood cancer.

Arrest made in S. Utah shooting

11/28/2012 10:23am
Hurricane police have arrested one person in connection with a shooting that left a man critically injured.

Thousands of birds create spectacle along Jordan River

11/28/2012 10:37am
It's quite a spectacle of nature: Massive groups of starlings put on quite an aerial show along the Jordan River, and they've even invaded neighborhoods. It's a seasonal migration that's lasting a little longer this year.

Man who played 'Scrooge' for 27 years dies

11/28/2012 10:52am
Richard Wilkins was a professor, but he was even better known as an actor, as for 27 years, he performed the role of Scrooge in "A Christmas Carol" at Hale Centre Theatre.

Mobile coupons in demand; Businesses slow to react

11/28/2012 12:30pm
By some measures, businesses have been slow to incorporate mobile coupons into their marketing strategies even as consumers have become increasingly reliant on cell phones.

LDS Dems caucus calls for day of fasting, prayer

11/28/2012 3:39pm
The Utah Democratic Party's LDS caucus announced a call Tuesday for a day of fasting and prayer this Sunday to help heal the nation's political divisiveness.

Wild horse slaughter case coming to a close

11/28/2012 3:42pm
More than a year after indictments were handed down by a federal grand jury, the case against a pair of Utah men accused in a horse slaughtering ring is winding down to a close.

Feds: 3 Utah County men stole identities of dead people

11/28/2012 4:10pm
Three Utah County men reaped thousands of dollars from bogus tax returns using the stolen identities of dead people, federal authorities say.

Man charged with murder in fatal beating of girlfriend

11/28/2012 4:58pm
Charges against a Cedar City man accused of beating his girlfriend have been amended to include murder in light of her death.

Report links pollution to autism in young children

11/28/2012 5:18pm
A new study looked at exposure to air pollution from vehicles during pregnancy and the first year of life and found a much greater risk of autism.

Man looking for owner of model train from 1932

11/28/2012 6:11pm
A man believes one of his model trains is worth $500 — but he doesn't want any money for it. He just wants to give it back to the man who got it for Christmas in 1932, and who by now would be in his 80s.

9 life-size bronze sculptures stolen in Sandy

11/28/2012 6:53pm
Police are trying to recover nine life-size bronze sculptures of children that were stolen over Thanksgiving weekend before the sculptures are cut up and sold for scrap.

Utahns make Christmas care packages for troops overseas

11/28/2012 7:06pm
There wasn't a pointy ear to be found, but the folks sorting through mountains of goodies and packing gift boxes Tuesday night at the National Guard Armory in Vernal — and the countless donors who supplied them — were thrilled to serve as Santa's elves.

Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day? It's a real thing

11/28/2012 7:32pm
Saturday, Dec. 1, is Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day. This nationwide event is the perfect opportunity to expose children to the wonder of bookstores and help inspire a love of reading.

Man who imitated cop sentenced for child porn

11/28/2012 8:38pm
An man known around his Orem apartment complex as Lieutenant D will spend 19 years behind bars for secretly making sexually explicit videos of children.

Woman charged with theft for stealing patrol car, leading police on chase

11/28/2012 9:20pm
A woman was charged Wednesday with stealing a police vehicle and leading officers on a high-speed chase that ended with her being shot.

Homeless man in wheelchair dies after being hit by car

11/28/2012 9:42pm
A man in a power wheelchair was hit and killed by a driver Wednesday evening.

Log cabin found inside home's walls restored to original state

11/28/2012 10:24pm
An 1860's log cabin found concealed within the walls of a home has now been restored to its original state.

DEA official helps chase down suspected drug trafficker

11/28/2012 10:37pm
One of the Drug Enforcement Agency's top administrators in Utah was among several law enforcers who grappled with a man suspected of smuggling marijuana on I-15 earlier this month.

Injured man found in front of West Valley City strip mall

11/28/2012 10:39pm
Police here were investigating a possible shooting Wednesday afternoon.

Beloved coach killed in auto-pedestrian accident

11/28/2012 11:59pm
Middle school P.E. teacher Randy Treglown was jogging to work when he was hit by a truck and died Wednesday morning.
 
   
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