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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Payroll tax cut expiration means smaller checks, creative budgeting

02/22/2013 8:03am
After the payroll tax cut expired at the end of 2012, many financial counselors expect people will see smaller paychecks. However, there are ways people can find the budget that works for them to help them make up the difference

Man charged with sexually abusing neighbor girls after 3 month investigation

02/22/2013 8:23am
Following a three-month investigation, South Salt Lake police arrested a man who they say molested two girls who lived in an apartment near him.

Does Utah have a double standard for violent and sexual content?

02/22/2013 8:30am
Is there a double standard in Utah when it comes to viewing explicit violent and sexual content? Experts say there is, though the state does not differ from any other with a strong right or left political leaning.

Dual-immersion program bring out-of-state educators to Utah

02/22/2013 9:31am
A group of Wyoming educators came to Utah Thursday with one mission: find out how a state like Utah teaches language immersion so well to so many students.

Lawmakers approve 80 mph speed on 3 stretches of highway, freeways

02/22/2013 2:46pm
Drivers on three more stretches of Utah highway will be able to put the pedal to the metal, at least up to 80 mph, without fear of a speeding ticket.

Man won't get death penalty in rape, killing of 7-year-old girl, DA says

02/22/2013 3:18pm
Prosecutors have decided not to seek the death penalty against a man accused of kidnapping a 7-year-old girl, raping her and brutally killing her.

Moonshine bust 'not a common thing,' say Sandy police

02/22/2013 4:00pm
Police say they haven't heard of anything like this in Utah since the days of Prohibition.

Snow causes 110 accidents, slide-offs in Salt Lake County

02/22/2013 5:03pm
Another blast of winter made for a crash-filled morning commute Friday.

Columbine survivor writes book to help Conn. shooting victims

02/22/2013 6:30pm
Every time Amber Wright hears about another school shooting her heart breaks. Wright is a survivor of the Columbine High School shooting 14 years ago. She doesn't have advice for those affected by the shooting in Newtown, Conn. She just wants to give them hope.

FBI, Davis County investigating Lt. Gov. Bell

02/22/2013 7:07pm
The FBI and the Davis County Attorney are investigating Lt. Gov. Greg Bell on allegations that, at the request of a personal acquaintance, he ordered an audit of an investigation involving child abuse.

Crews practice emergency drill in preparation for new TRAX line

02/22/2013 7:18pm
With the new opening of the UTA TRAX line, medical teams and law enforcement held emergency response training on Friday to prepare for possible accidents with the increase of traffic in downtown Salt Lake City traffic.

Vernal police looking for suspect in multiple burglaries

02/22/2013 7:20pm
Police have identified a suspect in at least two burglaries, based in part on leads generated by a $10,000 reward offered by the victims.

Saturday storm may drop 2 feet of snow, increase snowpack

02/22/2013 7:24pm
The Friday snowstorm is expected to continue through Saturday morning, and meteorologists think the added snow could beat the record for the number of months Utah has snowpacked ground.

LDS Church announces 58 new missions

02/22/2013 7:31pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday the creation of 58 new missions, including one in Utah.

Investigators say Ogden officer not legally justified in shooting man

02/22/2013 9:17pm
A pair of investigations into a shooting involving a veteran police officer and a man accused of leading authorities on a high-speed chase has determined that the officer's use of deadly force was not legally justified.

Billions of dollars in federal spending cuts could affect homeland security, education

02/22/2013 9:51pm
There are billions of dollars in federal spending cuts set to take effect March 1. If they go through, the cuts could affect Utah in a number of ways.

Salt Lake hunting expo to feature NRA president as speaker

02/22/2013 10:10pm
The Western Hunting Expo is getting ready for one of its biggest weekends ever in downtown Salt Lake, especially with Saturday night's guest speaker: National Rifle Association president Wayne LaPierre.

Helper mayor arrested on suspicion of third DUI

02/22/2013 10:19pm
The Helper City Council has scheduled an emergency meeting for Saturday after the mayor was arrested Friday for investigation of his third DUI.

Baby born addicted to drugs fully recovers thanks to doctors, adoptive family

02/22/2013 10:26pm
Five months ago, Enoch was born addicted to cocaine, heroine and prescription drugs. Doctors expected him to have long-term complications, including brain damage and learning disabilities and they were worried for his future.

UPD respond to man barricaded at Midvale Motel 6

02/22/2013 11:59pm
Unified Police responded after a man threatened to harm himself inside a hotel room in Midvale.
 
   
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