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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

1 injured in I-15 rollover crash

02/04/2013 7:18am
Mechanical failure is being investigated as a possible cause of a rollover crash on I-15 in Draper.

PTSD affects both veterans and their children

02/04/2013 8:21am
Recent reports show that efforts to help veterans in need of crisis intervention are working. But what kind of an effect can a veteran's physical or emotional disorders have on their children?

15 to life in prison ordered for Salt Lake park murderer

02/04/2013 1:10pm
A man convicted of murdering another man in a public park in broad daylight in 2011 was sentenced to prison Monday.

Utah trapshooters shocked by gun association scandal

02/04/2013 2:18pm
A Utah gun sport association has been put in a difficult position after the former president and treasurer were accused of stealing some $30,000 from the organization.

20-year-old tackled officer, tried to grab gun, police say

02/04/2013 3:40pm
A man who police say tried to disarm an officer, which resulted in a shot being fired, was arrested over the weekend.

Man who threatened Utah Gov. Gary Herbert headed to prison

02/04/2013 4:52pm
A Kearns man who threatened to attack Gov. Gary Herbert last year has been sent to prison.

Miss Utah joins UVU students for anti-bullying campaign

02/04/2013 5:19pm
Five students at UVU are addressing the issue of bullying with a new group called "Pick on this, Make a Change." They invited Miss Utah to join them Monday.

3rd grade increasingly important to students' success

02/04/2013 5:30pm
Educators are increasingly concerned about the third grade. Research shows if kids are not at grade level by then, the effects could ripple throughout the rest of their lives.

Pediatrician: Teen's death a reminder of why flu virus is dangerous

02/04/2013 6:12pm
Students at Timpview High School are learning a tough life lesson after their classmate died of complications related to a combination of influenza and a staphylococcus infection. Parker Allred's death also has doctors re-affirming the needs for families to take health precautions for their kids.

LDS missionary killed in Okla. remembered as loving, kind

02/04/2013 6:14pm
A community is reeling from the loss of a missionary of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who was killed Friday while riding her bike home with her companion.

S.L. council: Boy Scouts should uphold no-gays policy

02/04/2013 6:16pm
The Great Salt Lake Council of the Boy Scouts of America is urging the national organization to uphold its policy of restricting membership to the organization based on sexual orientation.

Dirty air provokes response from Utah's leaders

02/04/2013 7:05pm
More than half of air pollution comes from people simply driving around, but the other half includes industry: Businesses that pollute, and that are more aware of air quality than ever.

Cache County town overrun by turkeys

02/04/2013 7:28pm
People in a Cache County town say they're battling an invasion of the feathered variety.

Woman hit by texting driver could lose leg

02/04/2013 8:02pm
The hospital staff tried to prepare Jeff Houston for what he was about to see, but nothing they told him came close to describing the scene in the emergency room.

Teen choked by mother of fellow student, police say

02/04/2013 8:17pm
The mother of a Cyprus High student has been charged with aggravated assault after a school official said she choked a student following an October football game. 

Utah group fights for passage of anti-violence bill

02/04/2013 9:56pm
Members of the Men's Anti-violence Network of Utah gathered Monday on Capitol Hill in an effort to get support for the Dating Violence and Protection Act educate people about the effects of domestic and sexual violence on victims.

Body pulled from pond in Fairmont Park

02/04/2013 10:33pm
Police declared Fairmont Park in Sugar House a crime scene Monday night after pulling a man's body from the pond and taking another man to the hospital, dripping wet.

Cox family working to honor grandsons' memory 1 year after murders

02/04/2013 10:35pm
Tuesday marks one year since Josh Powell took the lives of his sons, Charlie and Braden, and then his own life in a fire at a rented home near Puyallup, Wash. Family members plan to honor the boys by working to change laws and continuing the search for their mother.

Utah mother hopes son's death will help put a stop to bullying

02/04/2013 10:38pm
A Utah mother says bullying drove her young son to end his life rather than face it another day. Now, she's sharing her story, hoping it will encourage more people to choose kindness over cruelty.

Backcountry skier falls more than 100 feet off cliff

02/04/2013 10:54pm
Crews rescued a backcountry skier Monday after he fell off a 100-foot cliff. The 31-year-old man was hospitalized in critical condition, police said, but recovering well considering the height of the fall and the efforts it took to rescue him.

Wildlife officials forced to put down 'Bob' the elk

02/04/2013 11:22pm
Residents of a Utah County neighborhood are upset over the death of their adopted mascot.
 
   
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