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July 11th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (13 Stories)

Credit card fraud known as 'skimming' a growing problem along Wasatch Front

12/09/2012 8:59am
When Roberta Romero logged into her bank card account to pay her bill last month, she noticed an unusual charge $1.40 from a McDonald's in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Child abuse charges in school raise questions and warning signs

12/09/2012 9:46am
A former charter school principal was arrested and charged after reportedly admitting to FBI investigators that he had sexually abused "several young boys over the past 35 years," according to a police affidavit filed in court.

Salt Lake City to mark signing of human rights declaration

12/09/2012 1:15pm
The Mayor's Office of Diversity and Human Rights and the Salt Lake City Human Rights Commission will host a celebration of Human Rights Day on Monday from 6-8 p.m. at the Leonardo, 209 E. 500 South.

U. nursing school fundraising enters second phase

12/09/2012 2:51pm
Two years after opening a new nursing school, University of Utah officials Friday announced reaching a fundraising goal of $24 million for the new building.

Lawmakers pore over flood of proposed federal health care regulations

12/09/2012 3:04pm
Utah lawmakers and health officials say the hundreds of pages released so far by the federal government explaining health care legislation regulations are confusing.

Mountains of evidence to sort in military bribery case

12/09/2012 3:22pm
Defense attorneys and prosecutors in an alleged multimillion dollar military bribery case expect to plow through mountains of paperwork and thousands of computer files in preparing their cases.

2 men used truck to assist in ATM theft, police say

12/09/2012 4:19pm
Police are looking for two people they say pried open the doors at a gas station and used a pickup truck to steal an ATM early Sunday morning.

Trooper's vehicle hit on freeway due to slick roads

12/09/2012 5:25pm
Slick conditions led to a close call for one Utah Highway Patrol trooper and three Utah drivers Sunday morning.

Hunter rescued from mountainside due to injury from fall

12/09/2012 8:05pm
A hunter was rescued after spending much of the day trying to get off a mountain with an injued leg.

Car Guys Care throws car show to bring toys to kids

12/09/2012 9:07pm
Gazing at the sleek surface of a classic car brings plenty of joy all by itself, but helping needy kids get toys while checking out a sweet ride that much better.

Despite great distances, Utah family gathers for Hanukkah

12/09/2012 10:20pm
Even though some Jewish family members are celebrating events they call miracles that happened thousands of years ago, Sunday, they combined the ancient with modern technology to gather their loved ones for Hanukkah.

Charity aims to warm hearts and toes by donating socks

12/09/2012 10:36pm
Since she was a tiny girl, 16-year old Ashley Mower remembers the feeling of warmth and happiness she got whenever she visited her great-grandmother Marcel "Nanna" Montgomery's home.

Homeless shelter sees 260 percent increase in those seeking service

12/09/2012 10:45pm
There are more than 100 families and about 200 kids currently staying at The Road Home shelter. Has seen their biggest increase since 2007, a whopping 260 percent.
 
   
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