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September 1st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

'We anticipate further negotiations on other robberies,' says DA of female duo

03/15/2013 7:30am
A woman accused of being half of a female duo involved in a number of robberies will face more criminal charges.

No guarantee governor will allow carrying guns without a permit

03/15/2013 7:41am
Gov. Gary Herbert is hinting that he may veto a bill passed by the legislature that allows Utah residents to carry a gun without a permit.

Radon bill passes Senate, will be put into action

03/15/2013 8:09am
A resolution inspired by a KSL investigation made it through the Senate Thursday evening, the last night of the legislative session, and will soon be put into action.

Police release name of man killed at Salt Lake home

03/15/2013 8:17am
Police have released the identity of the man who was shot to death in an apparent argument Sunday night.

6-year-old Utahn to compete for national stinkiest sneaker title

03/15/2013 8:59am
After bringing home the trophy for the state's stinkiest sneakers, 6-year-old Israel King will travel to Vermont next week to compete for the national title.

Man charged with assault in razor blade-doughnut case

03/15/2013 10:17am
One of two people who police say put razor blade pieces in a doughnut, then ate it so he could sue Smith's Food King now faces criminal charges.

Afterschool program offers free supper for at-risk kids

03/15/2013 11:50am
The government recently expanded the Afterschool Meal Program to provide more meals for the most needy. As a result, many Utah kids are now getting free supper.

BYU students trading rock for car to fund LDS missions

03/15/2013 12:12pm
A group of Brigham Young University students are trying to trade up from a rock to a car, hoping the project will help them finance missions for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

UHP warns people to not drink and drive during holiday weekend

03/15/2013 1:03pm
With St. Patrick's Day on Sunday, the Utah Highway Patrol are warning people not to drink and drive during their holiday celebrations.

VIDEO: Man robbed 7-Eleven; police still searching

03/15/2013 1:10pm
A 7-Eleven robbery was caught on surveillance video early Friday morning.

5 local events to liven up your weekend

03/15/2013 4:00pm
If you are one of those people tired of being cooped up with a blanket on the couch after the long winter, here are five events worth going outdoors for this weekend.

Krystkowiak has Utes moving in right direction

03/15/2013 4:21pm
It may just be a four-game win streak but Utah's recent stretch of winning, including two heart stopping performances in the Pac-12 tournament, has reminded fans of great tourney runs in the past and has many people talking about the Utes again in a positive way.

Man arrested after choking female worker at Logan facility

03/15/2013 5:30pm
A 25-year-old man was arrested Thursday after police say he attempted to strangle a woman to the point that she passed out.

New Helper mayor chosen by picking name from a basket

03/15/2013 5:45pm
The city's new mayor was sworn in Friday after winning his seat by luck of the draw. After several votes ended in a tie, city council members resorted to drawing the winner's name from a basket.

Work-family balance difficult for working dads, study says

03/15/2013 6:44pm
With tough economic times, it's not uncommon for both mothers and fathers to work outside the home. A new Pew Research poll found both admit this isn't an ideal situation.

LDS Church debuts new website for church members in China

03/15/2013 7:00pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints unveiled a new website Friday aimed at educating and assisting Chinese citizens who have joined the church in other countries and have returned to the People's Republic of China.

Former BYU football players plead no contest, guilty to assault charges

03/15/2013 7:03pm
Two former BYU football players charged in connection with an assault at a Mexican restaurant have entered pleas and resolved their cases.

Utahns locate lost items through Unclaimed Property Division

03/15/2013 7:50pm
Each year, the state of Utah collects millions of dollars worth of lost, unclaimed items. However, tracking down the rightful owners has proved to be a difficult task.

Budget to be cut for award-winning 169th Air Force Squadron

03/15/2013 8:14pm
The 169th Intelligence Squadron gathers information on the enemy from a plane high above the battlefield. With highly-trained linguists and analysts on board, they then share that intelligence with our troops. But their budget is slated to be cut in 12 days.

Bill addresses potential campaign finance fraud against John Swallow

03/15/2013 9:01pm
A bill got on a highly unusual fast track in the final hours of the Legislative session because of its complaint against the attorney general. Senate Bill 289 alleges campaign finance fraud against Attorney General John Swallow.

Layton sisters on their way to 'Olympics for Irish dance'

03/15/2013 10:16pm
Two sisters from Layton are headed to the World Irish Dancing Championships in Boston later this month — and it's an achievement the whole family is excited about.

Search for injured Calif. man ends at Salt Lake City Library

03/15/2013 10:17pm
A California man suffering from a major head injury and missing since Thursday morning was found safe but confused in Salt Lake City Friday.

Bishop Wester calls on governor to veto controversial gun bill

03/15/2013 10:20pm
The leader of Utah's Catholics, Salt Lake City's mayor and a mother who lost her daughter in the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School have all added their voices to those asking Gov. Gary Herbert to veto a controversial gun bill.

Family arrives as search for South Salt Lake man moves to Jordan River

03/15/2013 10:36pm
The search for a man who has been missing for 48 hours and is legally blind shifted to the Jordan River on Friday. Family members from Idaho arrived late in the day to help police where they could.
 
   
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