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August 20th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (13 Stories)

Twins born on 12-12-12 weigh 12 lbs. 12 oz.

12/16/2012 9:01am
Will and Levi Boekwig were supposed to be New Year's Day babies. They have a much more memorable birthdate instead.

Students learn WWII history through building exhibits

12/16/2012 11:18am
Elementary school students will be developing exhibits to tell the story of a major part of Utah and World War II history.

Dog saves family from carbon monoxide poisoning

12/16/2012 11:39am
A family was saved from carbon monoxide poisoning when their dog woke them up and alerted them to the danger.

Community donates 8,200 teddy bears for abused children

12/16/2012 1:55pm
On Friday, the Bank of American Fork presented over 8,200 teddy bears and other stuffed animals to four family support centers in Salt Lake and Davis counties as part of the bank's 13th annual Project Teddy Bear.

Man missing on snowmobiling trip found

12/16/2012 3:04pm
A man who has been missing since Saturday after leaving his home to go snowmobiling near Strawberry Resevoir has been found.

$1.6 million granted to Utah geologists for energy studies

12/16/2012 3:17pm
The Utah Geological Survey received more than $1.6 million from the federal government for a pair of studies aimed at boosting environmental protections from oil and gas drilling while at the same time making extraction more efficient for industry.

Great Salt Lake monitoring plan driven by compromise

12/16/2012 3:23pm
In a departure from the usual accusations and litigation, 10 environmental advocacy and special interest groups have come together with big industry to reach an agreement on a water quality monitoring plan.

Gary Andersen, Chuckie Keeton the key to future Aggie success

12/16/2012 5:04pm
The Utah State Aggies capped off an amazing season with a 41-15 win over the Toledo Rockets in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl Saturday. And while the season was a massive success, the future success of the program is yet to be determined.

Utahns volunteer most for 7th year running

12/16/2012 6:29pm
Utah County residents are particularly good about volunteering their time. So good, in fact, that it's often difficult for people to find someone for who they can volunteer.

Cyclist hit, killed by 70-year-old driver, police say

12/16/2012 9:05pm
A cyclist is dead after being hit by a vehicle Sunday in Tooele

Man causes 2-hour standoff after shooting wife, police say

12/16/2012 10:33pm
A woman was recovering from injuries Sunday after she was shot in what police were calling an episode of domestic violence.

Police say domestic dispute led to officer-involved shooting

12/16/2012 10:38pm
What started as a domestic disturbance escalated to an officer-involved shooting Sunday after police shot a knife-wielding man in the knee.

Utah families celebrate season of Advent

12/16/2012 10:55pm
Millions of Christians throughout the world are celebrating the season of Advent.
 
   
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