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October 21st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (17 Stories)

'Match Day' a big day for U. medical students

03/16/2013 8:05am
KSL photojournalist Eric Betts followed a young family of eight at the University of Utah as they found out where Whitney Hyzer would be placed for residency. Check out the video to find out where the Hyzer family will be going.

Photos released of alleged female restaurant robber

03/16/2013 8:31am
Police have released photos of a woman who robbed a Subway restaurant earlier this week.

Logan residents file $25M lawsuit to have canal restored

03/16/2013 9:48am
After a Logan family was killed by a canal break in 2009, the Logan canal has undergone major improvements and construction which have almost been completed. However, the project has brought controversy and a pending lawsuit.

PHOTOS: Contestants jump into 300 gallons of green Jell-O

03/16/2013 10:05am
Thirty people jumped into 300 gallons of green Jell-O for a chance to win tickets to an upcoming Taylor Swift contest.

Blockbuster employee reports bogus robbery to steal cash, police say

03/16/2013 12:00pm
A Pleasant Grove woman has been charged with theft after allegedly calling in a bogus robbery in order to steal cash from her employer.

VIDEO: Spectacular flash flood and waterfalls near St. George

03/16/2013 12:30pm
Spectacular video of flash floods and waterfalls in Hell Hole Canyon near St. George, Utah.

New Agape events offer connective experiences

03/16/2013 2:00pm
Agapes are a new kind of event designed to foster connection in a socially disconnected age. Whitney Nožisková, the events' creator, hosts an artful tea or meal with a philosophical conversation at its heart.

Man, 20, dead after Grand Co. rappelling accident

03/16/2013 3:10pm
Authorities say a 20-year-old man from Moab is dead after a rappelling accident at Tear Drop Arch.

Inmates, artists work with scientist to save forests

03/16/2013 4:24pm
Though Nalini Nadkarni has studied and taught her students about conservation and the importance of forests, she knows that in order to reach people in a way that draws them to action, she needs more than scientific facts and figures: she needs an emotional prompt.

Cyclist killed in TRAX accident identified

03/16/2013 4:44pm
The victim of Wednesday's fatal accident involving a TRAX train and a bicyclist has been identified as 27-year-old Brandon G. Robinson.

Gas station owners say bill gives competition unfair advantage

03/16/2013 4:59pm
A bill passed by lawmakers Thursday night is creating a stir among business owners of natural gas fueling stations. The owners said the bill gives an unfair advantage to their competition.

Backup leads to sewage flood in a dozen Sugar House homes

03/16/2013 7:12pm
More than a dozen homes in Sugar House were affected after a blockage in a Salt Lake City sewer line led to a sewage backup.

Messy day on I-15 with 5-car accident, multiple others

03/16/2013 7:27pm
A five-car accident and multiple smaller crashes on I-15 Saturday afternoon snarled traffic for a time, but left only two injured.

Utah family mourns death of teen lost in S. Dakota river

03/16/2013 7:31pm
Amanda Goodman spent some time Saturday pushing her children higher in their Eagle Mountain backyard swing set.

Finding treasure on a St. Patrick's Day run

03/16/2013 8:32pm
Families celebrated St. Patrick's Day with a race in Layton. St. Patty's March Run and Walk 10K, 5K and Kids Run allowed families to enjoy a unique event on an old holiday.

Runners remember man who died saving wife's life

03/16/2013 9:21pm
On Saturday, David Henson's three children held a run in his honor, vowing they will never forget that he died the same way he lived – running and looking out for his loved ones.

Crews extinguish 2-alarm apartment fire in West Jordan

03/16/2013 11:05pm
Crews have extinguished a two-alarm fire at a West Jordan apartment complex.
 
   
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