June 3rd, 2015
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03/05/2013 7:30amA man convicted in the rape of a University of Utah student more than 15 years ago will ask the Utah Supreme Court to throw out his conviction because he feels he was not given a speedy trial.
03/05/2013 9:23amThere seem to be myriad demonyms for those who call the Beehive State home, but can there be more than one right answer?
03/05/2013 10:05amThose stopping by Walmart to pick up a gallon of milk might be in for something more — maybe even love at first sight.
03/05/2013 12:05pmFireEye, a cyber security threat protection firm headquartered in California, is expanding into Utah and is expected to bring approximately 250 new jobs.
03/05/2013 1:21pmA bill aimed at cutting down on overcrowded classrooms for kindergarten through third grade is moving forward, but Utahns should not expect a cap on class sizes just yet.
03/05/2013 1:23pmA man is dead and a woman is injured after being hit by a car Monday while walking down a sidewalk in St. George.
03/05/2013 2:16pmRep. Jim Matheson has been targeted as a "vulnerable incumbent" in 2014. However, Matheson said he's more concerned with his voting record than an upcoming election.
03/05/2013 2:41pmPolice are looking for answers after a 24-year-old man with multiple stab wounds showed up Tuesday morning at an assisted living home, pulling the fire alarm to get residents' attention.
03/05/2013 4:10pmA new species of dinosaur has been discovered from fossils found inside the Grand Staircase Escalante-National Monument, along with evidence that it was once eaten by crocodiles.
03/05/2013 5:05pmPolice say a man who had been ordered to stay away from his ex-girlfriend held her hostage for three days, repeatedly beat her and threatened to kill her and her grandson.
03/05/2013 6:24pmThe man found guilty of killing a retired Brigham Young University professor in 2009 has been sentenced to life in prison with no parole, and the professor's family says they are trying to forgive.
03/05/2013 7:01pmFour Utah cities have been ranked among the 100 safest in the U.S., according to publishing company CQ Press.
03/05/2013 7:07pmThe Federal Housing Administration is changing their current home loan program, which will have a significant impact on future homebuyers and those looking to refinance their current home.
03/05/2013 7:49pmTaxpayer money could be used to fund a privately-owned convention center hotel in Salt Lake City, something that forecasters say could produce a "significant" payoff.
03/05/2013 8:06pmSouth Ogden police received a call about 9:45 p.m. Monday from a man who claimed someone had kicked in the door of his apartment and shot him.
03/05/2013 8:54pmA judge on Tuesday threw out a motion to dismiss the murder case against a Pleasant Grove doctor accused of killing his wife.
03/05/2013 9:35pmFrustrations are running high in a Utah County community, where residents are turning up the heat on the state auditor to get to the bottom of their high utility bills.
03/05/2013 10:11pmThey call it "restructuring," but what it really means is another round of layoffs in Tooele County. Twenty-three people who work with the county's parks and recreation and maintenance departments were laid off Tuesday.
03/05/2013 10:38pmWhen a child goes missing in Utah, you'll get the news loud and clear.
03/05/2013 11:05pmSqueezable snacks have become a popular and convenient way for busy parents to feed their children. But experts say they might be rotting your kids' teeth.
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