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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Santa Claus takes pre-Christmas flight to central Utah

12/21/2012 6:33am
Santa Claus took a pre-Christmas test flight across Utah Thursday. But since the elves are prepping his sleigh, he hitched a ride with 15 pilots from Angel Flight West.

Car crash leads to shooting at 7-Eleven; house hit by bullet

12/21/2012 7:09am
Bullets hit at least one home in Salt Lake City when a man at a nearby 7-Eleven store started shooting at a suspected DUI driver who crashed into his car.

Authorities identify stranded woman who died

12/21/2012 8:10am
Police have identified the woman who died when the vehicle she was in became stranded overnight Tuesday in the snow on Shoal Creek Road, south of Enterprise Reservoir.

Crime prevention measures target North Temple

12/21/2012 8:24am
Police are working to preempt a possible increase in criminal activity following the reopening of North Temple.

'Truly amazing' shelter volunteer wins a High 5

12/21/2012 9:03am
The Road Home shelter is not possible without volunteers. When we asked the people in charge there for the name of its "volunteer extraordinaire," they pointed us toward Liz Taylor.

Teenager accused in 29 criminal mischief cases

12/21/2012 9:15am
A joint investigation led to the discovery that a 15-year-old may be responsible for 29 incidents of smashed car windows and damaged mailboxes.

Eagle Mountain students give Christmas to family after tragedy

12/21/2012 9:31am
A family has a reason to smile in the midst of tragedy thanks to a fifth-grade class at Eagle Mountain Elementary School.

Military father comes home for holidays, surprises daughters

12/21/2012 12:21pm
Christmas came a few days early for a 6th grade girl at Bennion Elementary School during her school Christmas program.

Tremonton couple says guns are a family tradition on ABC special

12/21/2012 1:23pm
A Utah family joined the discourse about gun rights and gun violence during an ABC News special.

Riverton family decks the halls with 30 trees, years of heirlooms

12/21/2012 5:40pm
One Riverton family takes the holiday season to a new level. One of their Christmas trees stays up all year, but as soon as Halloween ends their house takes on a new look.

SLC council debate funding for new Draper development

12/21/2012 6:02pm
The Salt Lake County council gave tentative support to a plan that would allow high-rise development near the Draper Frontrunner stop in the future.

Man in hospital after rolling stolen truck

12/21/2012 7:46pm
A man is in jail and another is in the hospital after the two lost control of a stolen vehicle after running a red light and hitting a second car.

Roy woman offers story as a warning to others in abusive relationships

12/21/2012 7:56pm
Vicky Locke is doing amazingly well after taking four bullets. She's back home while her husband, the accused shooter, is behind bars.

Giant gingerbread castle on display at Roosevelt library

12/21/2012 8:04pm
Duchesne County Library branch manager Stephen Moon wanted to make a gingerbread structure for library patrons to see, but what he came up with isn't your typical gingerbread house.

Kidnapped LDS sister missionaries freed in Guatemala

12/21/2012 8:05pm
Rodrigo Trevino was informed Thursday morning by his LDS Church bishop that his missionary daughter, Sara Catherine Trevino, had been kidnapped in Guatemela.

Name released of man shot by officer in Taylorsville

12/21/2012 8:14pm
Jose Luis Rodriquez-Castro was shot and killed by a Unified police officer Thursday morning in the parking lot at the Department of Workforce Services.

Andersen will take back seat during Rose Bowl

12/21/2012 9:06pm
Gary Andersen doesn't mind taking a back seat with his new team when it comes to the Rose Bowl.

Social network launched for those at risk of diabetes

12/21/2012 10:27pm
Pre-diabetes patients now have a way to connect with one another on their very own social network.

Fire severely damages West Haven home

12/21/2012 10:52pm
A West Haven home received extensive damage Friday night after a fire started in the garage, spreading rapidly.

Police step up presence at some schools as precaution

12/21/2012 11:12pm
Following rumors of threats, police presence will increase at several schools as a precaution to help students feel safer. The Cache School District has closed Mountain Crest High School in Hyrum.
 
   
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