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December 27th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Younger generation borrowing more, repaying more slowly

02/06/2013 9:47am
A new study shows young adults have far more credit card debt than their parents and are paying it off more slowly than past generations.

Man accused of intoxicating, filming teen girls

02/06/2013 11:51am
A 58-year-old man faces sexual exploitation charges after police say he took inappropriate videos and photos of teenage girls at parties in 2010.

Opinion: Feds love regulation, hate budgets

02/06/2013 11:54am
A look at some things our government is good at, and some areas where it could definitely work on its game.

Man sentenced to 8 years for role in Uintah County murder

02/06/2013 12:00pm
A Uintah County man will serve eight years in federal prison for his role in a 2011 shooting that left one man dead and another critically injured.

Adoption bill aims to maintain 'loving, stable' homes for children

02/06/2013 1:33pm
A Utah lawmaker has re-introduced a bill that would allow Utahns in unmarried relationships the right to adopt a partner's child.

Smoking in a car with a child, protecting Canyonlands and passing cyclists

02/06/2013 2:47pm
One lawmaker is making her fourth attempt at passing a bill about smoking in a car containing a child, the Senate Minority Leader is calling for federal protection of Southern Utah's Canyonlands, and a bill that would allow drivers to more safely pass bicyclists on the road advances.

Man dies following TRAX, car crash

02/06/2013 6:01pm
A man died in the hospital after a TRAX train struck his car that was on the tracks Wednesday.

Dads patrol schools to stop bullying

02/06/2013 6:35pm
A father is doing his part to stop bullying and secure his children's school.

Fire destroys warehouse, homes; may take days to extinguish

02/06/2013 6:36pm
A business and a home are considered complete losses following a massive fire on Wednesday that may take crews a few days to completely extinguish.

Brothers help Sandy police search for car burglar

02/06/2013 6:50pm
So often, a car gets burglarized and the owner has no recourse. A lot of the time, there are few clues for police to follow. But not this case.

Well-preserved mummies center of Leonardo exhibit

02/06/2013 7:08pm
Relics of ancient Egypt are setting up shop in the state's capitol city.

Utahns rally at Capitol for cleaner air

02/06/2013 8:52pm
Hundreds of Utahns rallied at the Capitol Building Wednesday to demand action to improve the state's poor air quality.

Wednesday's Child: Jason

02/06/2013 9:28pm
This week's Wednesday's Child is a boy of few words, but plenty of heart. We caught up with him at a recent Utah Jazz game for some close encounters with some of his favorite players.

Tooele County man indicted on 4 counts of producing of child porn

02/06/2013 10:01pm
A Utah man has been indicted by a federal grand jury for production and possession of child pornography.

Veteran police officer charged with stalking former girlfriend

02/06/2013 10:51pm
A veteran officer of the Unified Police Department has been charged with stalking a former girlfriend and hacking her computer accounts.

Victims of dating violence applaud committee's approval of HB50

02/06/2013 10:53pm
The House Judiciary Committee Wednesday evening unanimously passed a bill that would better protect people from violence in a dating relationship. Victims of the crime say it's about time.

Police: Soccer coach arrested for sexually assaulting teen girl

02/06/2013 10:54pm
Police have arrested a man who they say had a sexual relationship with a young girl for four years, starting when she was 13 and playing on a soccer team he coached.

Lawmaker aims to clarify state fireworks law

02/06/2013 10:56pm
The Utah House voted Wednesday to clarify the state's fireworks law, specifically targeting the inability of counties, cities and towns to ban specific types of fireworks.

Jon Carter reflects on 4 decades as radio personality

02/06/2013 11:00pm
After 32 years in the business, radio personality Jon Carter is still the voice of Utah's classic rock-in-roll.

Single act of kindness affects change in Utah teen's life

02/06/2013 11:39pm
During our Be a Friend campaign over the last week, KSL has received dozens of heartbreaking emails. But we also had one mother write to tell us about a simple act of kindness that had a huge impact on her son's life.
 
   
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