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Archive: News / Utah (14 Stories)

Sunday Edition: Bullying in Utah

02/10/2013 9:00am
In this Sunday Edition: A pervasive problem that can happen to anyone anywhere: bullying. We'll take an in depth look at the problem and how Utah communities can unite to find solutions.

Record low temperatures make January coldest month since 1949

02/10/2013 9:08am
This past January will go down as the coldest on record at the Salt Lake International Airport since 1949 and the first time temperatures have dipped below zero there since 2008.

Utah a winter hot spot for bald eagles

02/10/2013 9:29am
Every winter, flocks of bald eagles gather along the Great Salt Lake, where there's plenty of carp to eat in freshwater bays.

Friend launches website on behalf of Utah AG

02/10/2013 11:15am
A friend has launched a website on behalf of embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow, who faces allegations he was part of a high-level bribery scheme.

School bars So. Utah teen for 'distracting' hair

02/10/2013 2:35pm
A Hurricane Middle School student has been barred from returning to class until she dyes her hair back to a "natural" color, but the girl's mother says school administrators are the ones in the wrong.

Arizona high-speed chase ends with head-on collision in St. George

02/10/2013 3:56pm
A high-speed chase that began in Arizona ended in St. George when the man intentionally wrecked his car in a head-on collision, police said.

Ahead of performance, Harlem Globetrotter reads to kids

02/10/2013 5:33pm
Harlem Globetrotter Anthony "Buckets" Blakes read to a group of kids at the Salt Lake Main Library Friday, and then dazzled them with brief display of the Globetrotters' signature ball-handling wizardry.

Man, wife killed in apparent murder-suicide, police say

02/10/2013 6:05pm
A couple is dead in what Carbon County investigators are calling an apparent murder-suicide.

Study: Utahns paying premium taxes for wireless

02/10/2013 6:16pm
The taxes Utahns pay for the right to use a cell phone are among the highest in the country, according to a study published by the Tax Foundation, a Washington, D.C.-based think tank.

Principals compete to get fit; bring students in on challenge

02/10/2013 9:22pm
Principals at 15 schools throughout the Salt Lake Valley are going head-to-head in a challenge that will test their hearts.

Eagle Mountain residents say city's utility rates dramatically high

02/10/2013 10:13pm
Residents in Eagle Mountain held a meeting Sunday night to protest what they claim are too-high utility rates issued by the city.

Man suffers broken leg in avalanche; transported to hospital

02/10/2013 10:14pm
Search and rescue personnel worked for hours to transport a man who was injured Sunday in a backcountry avalanche, Unified Police Lt. Justin Hoyal said.

4 troopers hit in 3 days; UHP urges caution

02/10/2013 10:30pm
Snowy and icy conditions during the first weeks of 2013 have resulted in more trooper-involved accidents on Utah's highways than all of 2012, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.

Post-crash, people returning to stock market

02/10/2013 10:52pm
Gary Lassen had been perfectly comfortable investing his 401K in the stock market. Until 9-11 happened.
 
   
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