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August 20th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (19 Stories)

3 things car owners should check during cold weather

01/15/2013 7:24am
Extreme cold, like what we're facing now, can be very harmful to your car. Mechanics say there are three main things that car owners need to keep a close eye on.

Burglary suspects found walking at 4 a.m., arrested

01/15/2013 7:55am
A chance run-in led Layton police to arrest two men suspected of multiple thefts across the city.

Man pleads guilty to shooting neighbor

01/15/2013 8:49am
A Centerville man who shot his neighbor because he believed the man was "telepathically" raping his wife, has pleaded guilty to the charges against him.

Guilty plea in Midvale garden tool murder

01/15/2013 10:05am
A man has admitted that he killed his Midvale roommate in 2011.

City Creek named best mall in the Americas

01/15/2013 10:26am
Salt Lake City's newest shopping mecca is receiving international acclaim. City Creek Center has been named Best Retail Development by the International Property Awards for 2012.

Man gets jail time in Capitol Hill stabbing death

01/15/2013 3:53pm
One of two brothers charged in connection with the stabbing death of a man has been sentenced to jail, probation and home confinement.

Mom may face charges after kids left in cold car

01/15/2013 5:01pm
A Spanish Fork woman is facing possible misdemeanor charges after a stranger discovered her three children alone in a cold car at the Provo Towne Center.

Vernal fire leads to brief evacuations, highway closure

01/15/2013 5:38pm
A fire at a propane distribution company in Vernal led to the evacuation of homes and businesses Tuesday, and shutdown U.S. Highway 40 for two hours.

Utah worst in nation for feeding students breakfast at school

01/15/2013 5:42pm
A new report puts Utah at the bottom of the class when it comes to feeding children breakfast at school. However, some local school district leaders say the numbers tell only half the story.

Elementary school teacher arrested in sexual abuse investigation

01/15/2013 7:14pm
An Ogden elementary school teacher has been arrested for investigation of sexual abuse of three children.

Highway fatalities at record low, more work to be done

01/15/2013 8:02pm
Are you willing to commit to safer driving this year?

Man sentenced in brother's shooting death at Yuba Lake

01/15/2013 8:08pm
A man who accidentally shot and killed his younger brother was ordered Tuesday to report to jail Friday to serve a 90-day term.

School offers 'cop stop' to attract police for protection, refreshment

01/15/2013 9:36pm
After Sandy Hook, everything has suddenly been put on the table in the discussion of how we prevent a further tragedy, from more guns to less guns to armed guards in schools full time.

UHP looks for driver who shot at motorist on I-215

01/15/2013 9:59pm
Police are asking for help identifying a man they say shot at another motorist on I-215 Tuesday.

Jacket leads police to teen suspects in Bountiful home invasion

01/15/2013 10:04pm
Police say two teens broke into a Bountiful home and choked, bound and robbed the man who lived there. The key to their capture was discovered in a jacket they left behind.

Truck flees accident at 80mph, crashes into car at red light, police say

01/15/2013 10:16pm
A car fleeing the scene of a minor accident at high speeds created a much more serious situation Tuesday after attempting to run a red light and slamming into another vehicle.

Catalytic converters stolen from local non-profit

01/15/2013 10:24pm
With a little humor and perspective, a local non-profit is turning the theft of a valuable auto part from three of their vehicles into a "unique opportunity".

Frustrating search for Tamiflu ends at compounding pharmacies

01/15/2013 10:54pm
The flu: it's a monster that's invaded far too many homes across the country and in Utah this season. Adding insult to injury – the medication to treat it has become frustratingly difficult to track down.

Utah study group tests new weapon in flu battle

01/15/2013 10:56pm
Utah victims of influenza are testing a new inhaled flu drug that uses a completely different mechanism to stop the flu virus in its tracks.
 
   
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