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December 28th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (17 Stories)

Utah delegation: Hatch lone supporter of fiscal cliff legislation

01/02/2013 7:35am
The House gave final approval to a Senate bill that will keep America from going over the so-called "fiscal cliff." Only one Utah lawmaker, Sen. Orrin Hatch, backed the last-minute deal.

Idaho Sen. Crapo may have to get ignition lock

01/02/2013 9:51am
U.S. Sen. Michael Crapo will likely be required to install an ignition interlock device in his car to test his breath for alcohol as a result of his drunken driving arrest in Virginia.

Video of convenience store robbery released

01/02/2013 11:00am
Unified police have released surveillance video that shows a gunman robbing a 7-Eleven store in Millcreek early Wednesday morning.

Andrei Kirilenko: Utah still 'feels like home'

01/02/2013 11:18am
Former Jazz star Andrei Kirilenko is set to play for the first time in another team's uniform at EnergySolutions Arena Wednesday night, but even though he's just visiting, he says it feels like coming home.

Bill to place time limits on storage of license plate numbers

01/02/2013 1:28pm
License-plate scanners are gaining popularity among police departments as they look for stolen cars, but a bill to be introduced on Utah's Capitol Hill is designed to limit how long police can store scanned information and who can access the data.

More than 100 arrested by UHP in DUI blitz

01/02/2013 5:39pm
More than 100 people were arrested by the Utah Highway Patrol for drunk driving over the extended holiday weekend.

Fiscal cliff decision means raised Social Security taxes

01/02/2013 5:54pm
As debates surrounding the fiscal cliff continue, many Americans are now trying to figure out how the final decision will effect them.

Nephi teacher charged with molesting former student, police say

01/02/2013 6:00pm
A well-known elementary school teacher and wrestling coach in Juab County was arrested after police say he molested a former student.

Air quality 'red' alert issued for five counties

01/02/2013 6:04pm
Those thinking of going outside Wednesday, be advised: it's a very bad air day throughout much of Utah.

Group pleads with legislators to help domestic violence victims

01/02/2013 6:11pm
A gathering hosted by the Utah Domestic Violence Council calls domestic violence deaths the most predictable and preventable murders. They appeal to the legislature to increase funding for programs and shelters.

Wednesday's Child: Siblings looking for a home

01/02/2013 6:44pm
For the Wednesday's Child this week, a pair of sweet siblings are being featured. A brother and sister who long for a family to love, and who will love them.

Steven Gray charged with aggravated murder in death of girlfriend

01/02/2013 7:01pm
Steven Gray arrived to the Utah County jail on Saturday and Wednesday afternoon in court a judge informed him he is charged with aggravated murder in the death of his girlfriend Jennifer Brackenbury. Prosecutors intend to seek the death penalty.

T-shirt flushed down toilet caused sewer blockage, company says

01/02/2013 8:30pm
Homeowners in Magna are cleaning up after a sewer blockage caused by what plumbers say was a t-shirt flushed down the toilet.

District cancels Herriman High play after parent complaint of content

01/02/2013 9:30pm
Jordan School District officials on Wednesday decided to cancel Herriman High School's production of "All Shook Up" after a complaint from a parent prompted a review of the play's content.

Finding work-life balance in 2013

01/02/2013 10:52pm
Work-life balance. It's something that is increasingly on people's minds as technology has made it easier than ever before to merge the two, yet it's something that seems unattainable to many.

Freezing temperatures can cause plumbing, heating problems

01/02/2013 11:18pm
When the temperature plummets in Utah, business spikes for heating and plumbing professionals.

Local family raises money to adopt sick child from Bulgaria

01/02/2013 11:20pm
One year ago Andy and Lindsay Thomas and their three kids found 6-year-old Gavin through an adoption agency, who lives in Bulgaria and has stage four renal failure. The couple leaves Thursday morning to meet their son for the very first time.
 
   
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