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Archive: News / Utah (23 Stories)

Woman recovering after attempted stabbing

03/19/2013 7:59am
A woman is recovering after an apparent attempted stabbing late Saturday evening.

As budget deadline looms, Utah federal workers faced with furloughs

03/19/2013 8:19am
Even if Congress meets the March 27 deadline to find an alternative before the current stopgap budget expires, many Hill Air Force Base workers will still be faced with furloughs.

2 million square feet of office space planned for former Geneva site

03/19/2013 8:37am
Developers of the former Geneva Steel site have announced plans to build 2 million square feet of office space as part of its 100-acre mixed-use project.

Burglars break into fire-damaged home in Orem

03/19/2013 1:09pm
A family who lost their home in a fire feels victimized again after burglars stole things from the damaged house.

Man robs Seagull Book in SLC; police on the lookout

03/19/2013 2:56pm
Police are on the lookout for a man who robbed an LDS-themed religious bookstore Monday afternoon.

Police searching for bank robber in Orem

03/19/2013 4:03pm
Police are searching for a man who robbed a bank in Orem Tuesday morning.

'Smelly Proof' bags no match for K-9 officers sniffing out drugs

03/19/2013 5:37pm
Even if there's a label on the bag that says it's smell-proof, Davis County Sheriff's investigators maintain their K-9s can figure out what's inside.

Police arrest woman, identify man in Girl Scout cookie theft

03/19/2013 5:57pm
The Unified Police Department believes it has solved the Girl Scout Cookie caper.

Olympians visit SLC elementary for P.E. recognition

03/19/2013 6:07pm
A Salt Lake City elementary school received national recognition Tuesday for the emphasis it places on physical fitness.

80 mph speed zones among bills that pass to make Utah roads safer

03/19/2013 7:04pm
Utah lawmakers passed several bills Tuesday to try and make Utah's roads safer. Among the key bills were new 80 mph speed zones, a smoking ban for adults with kids in the car, and a cell phone ban for teen drivers.

Salt Lake County business loan program expanding

03/19/2013 7:06pm
MILLCREEK — A loan program aimed at helping small Salt Lake County businesses grow is expanding.

Mattel: Moms to blame for stagnant Hot Wheels sales

03/19/2013 7:29pm
It appears toy giant Mattel has pinpointed the reason sales of its Hot Wheels brand have been stagnant over the past few years. The culprit, executives claim: clueless mothers.

3 wanted in alleged Provo home robbery, police say

03/19/2013 8:01pm
Police are looking for two men and one woman wanted in connection with a home invasion and robbery early Tuesday.

Willard Bay marina closed after fuel line leak

03/19/2013 8:12pm
Parts of Willard Bay State Park were closed Tuesday after a pipeline break led to the release of diesel fuel into a retention pond and drainage ditch near the park.

Running — and living — in the moment

03/19/2013 8:33pm
Too often I find myself wishing for the end of a run rather than enjoying the moment. I want to change that.

U. to open international campus in SKorea

03/19/2013 8:49pm
The University of Utah intends to take their curriculum to the international level come 2014. The Board of Trustees has approved a plan that will open a campus in the South Korean city of Songdo which will offer degrees in five areas.

Utah lawmakers might raise gas tax to help pay for transportation costs

03/19/2013 8:51pm
Utah lawmakers will need to consider imposing a standard sales tax on gasoline, raising the gas tax, increasing fees for public transportation users or some combination of those measures in order to pay for expected transportation costs through 2040.

World's first real-time pneumonia diagnosis tool developed by IMC

03/19/2013 9:39pm
Researchers at Intermountain Medical Center have developed what they say is the world's first real-time tool for diagnosing pneumonia.

Woman stabbed twice during attempted mugging

03/19/2013 10:16pm
A woman was stabbed in the neck Tuesday night while fighting off a man who tried to steal her purse.

Utah birds injured, dying from lead-poisoning

03/19/2013 10:17pm
In the last several months, Utah bird rescuers have treated a number of eagles, and even some owls, that have died of lead-poisoning. It's the same problem that has caused many deaths of the rare giant condors. Some are calling for changes in hunting and shooting regulations.

Hot spots remain in Clearfield church fire

03/19/2013 10:23pm
A church was engulfed in flames Tuesday afternoon.

Chipotle pulls sponsorship of Utah Boy Scout event

03/19/2013 10:26pm
Chipotle Mexican Grill has pulled its sponsorship of Utah's "Scout-O-Rama" because of the Boy Scouts of America's long-standing ban on gays.

1 dead after shootout with police in SLC

03/19/2013 10:28pm
One person is dead and three have been taken into custody after police shot a man who fired upon police officers trying to apprehend a parole violator.
 
   
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