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July 25th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (22 Stories)

Semitrailer crashes into front yard

02/01/2013 7:15am
The driver of a semitrailer stopped at a stop sign in St. George, briefly closed his eyes, felt a bump and slammed on the brakes. Nevertheless, his vehicle landed in a front yard.

Rape victim's lawsuit dismissed

02/01/2013 9:09am
A judge has dismissed a complaint filed by a Utah Valley University student who was raped and beaten nearly to death along the Provo River Trail.

Lawsuit settled over book depicting same-sex couple; back on school shelves

02/01/2013 9:49am
After returning a book depicting a same-sex couple to elementary school library shelves, Davis School District officials have agreed to not remove "In Our Mothers' House" from libraries based on its content.

Surveillance photo shows bank robbery suspect

02/01/2013 9:57am
Salt Lake police are looking for the public's help to identify and locate a man who robbed a bank Thursday afternoon.

5 ways to enjoy a Utah winter

02/01/2013 11:48am
For all the hiking, boating and rock climbing available in the summer, there are just as many things to do in the winter in the Beehive State, even if you aren't a skier or snowboarder. Here are five.

Study: 'Toxic perfectionism' major part of LDS women's depression

02/01/2013 12:23pm
Striving for perfection may be driving some LDS women to depression, one researcher says.

Former lawmaker: talk of impeachment for A.G. Swallow

02/01/2013 2:27pm
A former lawmaker claims Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are talking about the possibility of impeachment for Utah Attorney General John Swallow.

More missionaries means lower college revenues; lawmakers seek to help

02/01/2013 3:07pm
Utah lawmakers are proposing different options to help Utah colleges with funding after the decrease in enrollment due to the increased amount of missionaries.

SWAT standoff causes nearby school lockdown

02/01/2013 4:34pm
A man that barricaded himself in his home caused a precautionary school lockdown at a Kearns elementary school Friday afternoon.

Elementary teacher arrested for using heroin at school

02/01/2013 6:35pm
A third-grade teacher was arrested Thursday after police said they found heroin in her car and in her purse.

Johnson continues to claim innocence in federal case, defends AG

02/01/2013 6:40pm
Utah businessman, Jeremy Johnson, still maintained his innocence in court on Friday when he was assigned a new defense attorney. He also continued to defend Attorney General, John Swallow.

6 bills you may not be aware will impact you

02/01/2013 6:46pm
Several hot issues have been debated and discussed in the Utah Legislative session that began Monday. The issues have ranged from finding solutions to the poor air quality to raising the speed limit on several Utah roads.

Utah horns to be played during Super Bowl halftime show

02/01/2013 6:49pm
A family-owned business in Sandy has a stake in Beyonce's Super Bowl halftime performance on Sunday.

Stolen cash registers found in dumpster; police look for alleged robber

02/01/2013 7:01pm
Police continue to look for a man accused of removing two cash registers from a restaurant last month.

Susan Powell's parents push for new custody legislation in Washington

02/01/2013 7:15pm
The parents of missing West Valley mom Susan Powell made an impassioned plea before Washington state lawmakers Friday to pass a measure that would restrict custody rights of suspects in murder investigations.

Gun show arrives amid fierce gun control debate

02/01/2013 8:45pm
The Crossroads of the West Gun Show is coming to the South Towne Expo center Saturday and Sunday, and huge crowds are expected because of recent talks about gun legislation changes.

Massive snow removal operations under way

02/01/2013 8:59pm
Snow stopped falling two days ago, but many communities are still trying to clear it out of the way. Crews are moving tons of it in Davis and Salt Lake counties.

Man accused of DUI and texting now faces felony charge

02/01/2013 9:27pm
A man accused of seriously injuring a woman while driving under the influence and texting originally faced up to a year in jail. But that all changed Friday.

Frozen egg procedure benefits couple coping with infertility

02/01/2013 10:24pm
Kirk and Heather Larson thought using a frozen egg might be their last chance for getting pregnant. Now, they thank God and science for their family.

Hackers disable military charity site

02/01/2013 10:53pm
A non profit organization with an office in Salt Lake City was the victim of an online hacker last Saturday.

Layton homeowner arrested for firing shots at alleged burglar

02/01/2013 10:59pm
A residential burglary Thursday has so far resulted in two arrests: one for the alleged burglar and one for the homeowner who allegedly fired two shots.

Man finds owner of cellphone with new baby pics

02/01/2013 11:07pm
After searching for only a day, a man has found the owner of a cellphone on which he found photos of a mother with her newborn child.
 
   
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