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September 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Gunman at drive-through window robs restaurant

01/29/2013 8:10am
Police are looking for a gunman who held up a fast-food restaurant via the drive-through.

17-year-old author looks to honor sister if published

01/29/2013 9:43am
Boredom on a drive to California two years ago led to a 23-chapter novel a South Jordan teen hopes will ultimately make a difference in the lives of his sister and others who suffer from sickle cell anemia.

Some eastern Idaho schools to get gun safes

01/29/2013 10:25am
Schools in one eastern Idaho district are being equipped with gun lockers so school resource officers can keep rifles, ammunition and evidence close at hand.

Photo of Utah woman searching for birth parents goes viral

01/29/2013 11:29am
A picture posted to Facebook of a Utah woman searching for her biological parents has lead to people worldwide spreading word of the search and offering to help in any way they can.

BLM Colorado pulls leases next to Dinosaur National Monument

01/29/2013 12:18pm
The Bureau of Land Management in Colorado is delaying issuing three parcels of land for possible oil and gas development after environmental groups protested they were too close to the boundary of Dinosaur National Monument.

Snow storm causes dozens of accidents

01/29/2013 2:51pm
Once again, snow made a mess of the roads along the Wasatch Front Tuesday. It's affecting afternoon bus routes for some Provo students and impacting commuters from Spanish Fork north to the state line.

8 ways to spot a really great dad

01/29/2013 4:25pm
It's tough being a dad and there's no doubt about it. Kids don't stop growing, never stop causing mischief, and generally present one of the greatest challeneges a person will ever face. Sometimes, though, despite the difficulty, a father just seems to rise above and show how great a dad can be when they are at their best.

Midway ice tower provides safer environment for winter climbers

01/29/2013 5:43pm
Utah has some of the premier ice climbing venues in the country, but the sport can be dangerous. In Wasatch County, one man has created an ice tower to help people experience the thrill climbing in a more controlled environment.

Relentless snow taking its toll on plow trucks

01/29/2013 6:15pm
In many Utah neighborhoods, the past few weeks have been the snowiest stretch residents have seen in years. That around-the-clock work required to keep roads clear is costing snowplow agencies a pretty penny in equipment repair.

Tow plows speed up road-clearing process for UDOT drivers

01/29/2013 6:46pm
The Utah Department of Transportation has a new weapon in the fight against snowy roads. It's called a tow plow, and it allows one truck to plow several lanes of highway at the same time.

New thermal imaging cameras put to the test by Salt Lake firefighters

01/29/2013 6:57pm
Salt Lake firefighters Tuesday tested new technology that they hope will help them locate victims in a fire.

Witnesses recount tragic accident caused by texting driver

01/29/2013 7:03pm
The screams stayed with JasonHollobaugh all night.

5 easy ways for moms to keep their sanity

01/29/2013 7:30pm
Ah, motherhood. There's really nothing quite like experiencing the joys of watching your child grow, learn and discover the world around them. It's a beautiful, magical, one-of-a-kind job most of the time, that is.

Utah leaders, residents have conflicting views on immigration debate

01/29/2013 7:49pm
Utah's congressional leaders are working on immigration reform plans of their own to add to the national conversation.

Despite storms, Utah snowpack still below average

01/29/2013 8:59pm
Bad news for those already feeling the snow fatigue. Though it may feel like Utah has been slammed by storm after storm this month, the state is nowhere near its normal snowpack for the year.

Gag order requested after secret recording of A.G. goes public

01/29/2013 9:15pm
After a taped conversation between St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson and Utah Attorney General John Swallow surfaced publicly, the U.S. Attorney General for Utah is asking a federal judge to issue a gag order on Johnson.

7 gun-related arrests at S.L. Int'l so far this year

01/29/2013 9:36pm
Two more people were arrested in consecutive days at the Salt Lake City International Airport after TSA security agents said they found loaded firearms in their carry-on luggage.

State can sell FLDS property, court says

01/29/2013 9:52pm
The Utah Supreme Court cleared the way Tuesday for the state to break up a polygamous sect's real-estate holdings by selling homes, businesses and farms on the Utah-Arizona border.

Driver's warning saves trooper during storm

01/29/2013 10:39pm
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper had a close call on a treacherously snowy day on the roads. Tragedy was narrowly avoided thanks to the honk of a horn.

What to do if you're stuck on the side of the road

01/29/2013 11:59pm
Icy road conditions this month have led to hundreds of major crashes on the freeway, leaving many motorists stranded on the side of the road.
 
   
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