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December 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (18 Stories)

Microsoft announces store at City Creek Center

12/28/2012 7:24am
Microsoft has announced it will open a store in City Creek Center in 2013.

Man volunteers 6 years at Hogle Zoo, wins a High 5

12/28/2012 7:56am
A man who has volunteered his time and knowledge at Hogle Zoo for the past six years wins this week's High 5.

Warren Jeffs tells FLDS faithful world will end before 2013

12/28/2012 12:12pm
Continuing his rule behind bars, Fundamentalist LDS Church leader Warren Jeffs has told his congregation to prepare for the end of the world before the end of the year.

Miss Utah brings science education message to Miss America pageant

12/28/2012 1:17pm
She may have been crowned Miss Utah earlier this year, but Kara Arnold is just as likely to be wearing her lab coat as her tiara, and you'll find her at high schools performing science experiments more often than on a stage.

Man killed in RV fire was using turkey fryer to stay warm, police say

12/28/2012 4:30pm
A man died Sunday in a RV fire believed to be caused by a turkey fryer.

Timelapse video shows concert prep at Conference Center

12/28/2012 4:42pm
Using more than 107,000 photos, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir gave people a look into the setup of one of their most prestigious concerts of the year.

Ex-LDS bishop charged with investment fraud with singles ward members

12/28/2012 4:55pm
A former LDS bishop is facing criminal charges after investigators say he involved members of his congregation or those who knew him through his church position in an investment scheme.

Farmers warn milk prices could approach $8 a gallon

12/28/2012 5:06pm
If the fiscal cliff were not enough, another year-end deadline could push the price of milk way up, and it has some Utah dairy producers concerned.

5 ways to get your finances in order in 2013

12/28/2012 5:36pm
The new year is just a few days away, and for many, that means taking a look back and deciding to make a change for the future.

Thieves steal 60 pieces of jewelry from store during business hours

12/28/2012 5:44pm
Police are looking for two men who entered a mall jewelry store and stole 60 to 70 items in the middle of the afternoon.

SLC barber retires after 58 years of cutting hair

12/28/2012 6:00pm
A man who started his trade when poodle skirts were popular and Elvis Presley was recording his first songs hung up his hat and retired on Friday. Clyde Ashcroft has been a Barber for 58 years.

No solution yet for fiscal cliff as deadline approaches

12/28/2012 7:15pm
Utah's congressional leaders say they're just as frustrated as anyone else at the lack of a solution to the fiscal cliff situation. The Senate is in session for a second day and the House is set to convene on Sunday.

Cataract surgeries offered to restore peace in Sudan

12/28/2012 7:21pm
For years, the people of South Sudan have been dealing with civil wars, tribal conflicts, an alarming rate of blindness.

U. unveils addition to AirMed fleet

12/28/2012 7:37pm
Medical helicopters often play a critical role when the clock is ticking, and Friday, Air-Med showed off the newest addition to its fleet.

Year in politics: election, money and guns

12/28/2012 9:01pm
2012 will be remembered as a major political year for a few of reasons: First, because of the presidential election and second, because of unfinished "policy challenges" going into the New Year.

Facebook fraudsters take advantage of woman with rare disease

12/28/2012 10:05pm
Andrea Olson is a singer, songwriter, wife and mom. She also needs your help as a carrier for autorecessivepolycystic kidney disease.

3-day snow storms bringing big numbers for Utah

12/28/2012 10:07pm
After a few days of the intense snow storms that have traveled across Utah, many people are waiting for a break from the nerve-wracking driving and the back-breaking shoveling.

Sierra Newbold remembered as smiling, happy 6-year-old

12/28/2012 10:10pm
The night of June 26th 2012, a 6-year-old girl from West Jordan was kidnapped from her own bed and her body was found in a nearby canal. The horrific story haunted the dreams of people across the country. Today our hearts are still captured by Sierra Newbold.
 
   
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