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September 30th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (22 Stories)

Businesses network over ping pong table

03/18/2013 8:15am
Golfing may be the go-to sport for businessmen looking to network, but local businesses are turning to a ping pong table instead.

6 surprising ways to minimize your pain at the pump

03/18/2013 8:58am
There are many things that influence the cost of gas; all of which are unfortunately out of our control. The good news is that we can control how we use gas for our vehicles.

Tales from the ER: Dealing with the tragedy of death

03/18/2013 9:33am
There is no doubt that we can save lives in the ER, but many times, even after all we try, we cannot save the life of an individual, and this can weigh heavy on our emotions. Many times it's hard to deal with the tragic deaths of the young.

Ogden among top emerging ski towns, magazine says

03/18/2013 9:41am
Ogden is being singled out as one of the country's top up-and-coming ski towns.

Utah schools trying to help at-risk youth

03/18/2013 11:34am
Many at-risk students are slipping through the cracks, skipping school until they are forgotten or they end up not graduating. That's setting themselves up for a hard life. But many educators are working hard to change these kids' lives by creating programs to target and help at-risk students.

World's most powerful telescope being built in Utah

03/18/2013 11:46am
The Hubble telescope has been responsible for some of the most dramatic and downright incredible photographs taken of our universe, aside from pushing astronomical science forward. But the time for a successor to the venerable Hubble has come and a critical part of it is being built in Utah.

Sex crime convictions reinstated for former student aid

03/18/2013 12:52pm
The conviction of a former teacher's aide who was found guilty of seven different counts of sex-related charges involving students has been reinstated by the state's high court.

Court to hear evidence in Utah 4-year-old's death

03/18/2013 4:09pm
For the first time since Ethan Stacy was brutally killed in 2010, the evidence against the man facing the death penalty in the boy's slaying will finally be presented in court.

Mia Love 'seriously' looking to challenge Matheson again

03/18/2013 5:56pm
Coming off her address at the Conservative Political Action Conference Saturday, Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love indicated that she was "seriously" considering challenging Rep. Jim Matheson for his congressional seat in 2014.

Firefighters, city leaders gearing up for big fire season

03/18/2013 5:59pm
If it seems like it's early to be talking wildfire season, firefighters say it's not. Already, the state has seen several agriculture-related fires burn out of control due to winds; early forecasts are projecting a worse-than-average year for wildfires.

Thief takes ashes, mementos of deceased in graveside burglary

03/18/2013 6:39pm
Heartache is not something unfamiliar to Sharon Armijo. She lost her husband to a heart attack in 2007, then her son and his friend died in a car accident in 2012. Now mementos of all three are gone too, stolen from her car as she visited the cemetery.

Gov. feeling the heat over constitutional carry bill

03/18/2013 7:03pm
The phones at the governor's office were ringing off the hook Monday as strong feelings surrounding a bill dealing with gun ownership rights came to the surface.

Parking will cost $1 per day at Draper FrontRunner stop

03/18/2013 7:09pm
FrontRunner riders will soon face a cost for parking in the Utah Transit Authority's Draper garage.

Provo man arrested, evicted after fight with tow truck driver

03/18/2013 7:26pm
A man was booked into the Utah County Jail after getting into a confrontation with a tow truck driver over a boot placed on his car.

Former sergeant charged with stealing drugs from sheriff's office

03/18/2013 7:52pm
A former Carbon County sheriff's sergeant is facing felony charges after prosecutors say he stole drugs from the evidence locker at the sheriff's office.

Carbon High Dinos in the running for nation's best mascot

03/18/2013 8:54pm
Students at a Utah high school may soon be able to call their mascot the very best in the country, but they need your help.

UVU reveals plans for $54 million campus addition

03/18/2013 9:16pm
Utah Valley University officials Monday released details of a new $54 million classroom building approved last week by the Legislature.

$2M Gateway Mall renovation ups ante in competition with City Creek

03/18/2013 9:52pm
As City Creek Center approaches its one-year anniversary, The Gateway Mall is announcing some major renovations to stay competitive. It will now undergo a $2 million makeover.

Haitian orphan beats cancer with help of adopted Utah family

03/18/2013 10:40pm
When a Utah couple traveled to Haiti to bring home their adopted son, they had no idea their journey was only beginning.

Girl Scouts grateful for community aid following cookie robbery

03/18/2013 10:49pm
Over the weekend, a Girl Scout troop was robbed at the cookie table they had set up outside a Walmart in Taylorsville. While they haven't gotten the money back, the girls have gained an appreciation for community members who stepped up to help them out.

Pilot uninjured in Woods Cross plane crash

03/18/2013 11:27pm
A small plane crash Monday at Skypark Airport left the pilot of the plane uninjured.

Knowledge of home's layout helps firefighters effectively battle 2-alarm blaze

03/18/2013 11:37pm
Crews hiked up a hillside and ran 1,000 feet of hose to reach a house fire in the Federal Heights area of Salt Lake Monday morning. Ironically, the firefighters were prepared for this job because of what they had done two years earlier.
 
   
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