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September 2nd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (17 Stories)

Head shaving event draws cancer research supporters

04/02/2013 7:05am
Students from Salt Lake Community College hosted a Saint Baldrick's Foundation Head Shaving Event Monday to raise money for childhood cancer research.

Woman injured in distracted driving accident plans message for teens

04/02/2013 8:02am
One month after losing her husband in an auto-pedestrian accident as he pushed her away and saved her life, Leslee Henson is back home recovering from serious injuries to her back and neck.

Slope movement closes visitors center at Bingham Canyon Mine

04/02/2013 8:39am
Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine, a popular summer destination in Utah, won't be open for visitors in 2013, officials announced Monday.

Sugar House transportation revamp focuses on more bikes, fewer cars

04/02/2013 9:38am
Plans are moving forward to revamp transportation in the Sugar House area, leaving some residents elated and some upset.

Camera, 3-D rendering give bird's-eye view of Provo temple construction

04/02/2013 10:12am
For architecture and temple lovers, the last few weeks have been a boon. A "construction cam" allows you to view the hourly progress of the Provo City Center Temple, and artist Brian Olson has released a 3-D video model of the temple, including its final ground plans.

Copper thieves pull off huge heist along I-15

04/02/2013 10:43am
Investigators are trying to get to the bottom of what has become the largest copper wire theft in Utah Department of Transportation's history.

Tales from the ER: Nurses are patient advocates

04/02/2013 11:31am
Doctors and nurses work together to make you as healthy as possible, but they have very different roles. Doctors are concerned about your health problems and nurses are concerned about your health, emotional and psychological problems as well.

Salem man charged with murder in wife's death

04/02/2013 4:57pm
On March 23, Tracy Scott reportedly placed a call to police and told dispatchers he had shot his wife and that she was dead. Now, he has been charged with murder in her death.

Utah governor signs bill for state marriage panel

04/02/2013 5:08pm
Gov. Gary Herbert has signed legislation to use taxpayer money to save a commission that promotes lasting marriages

Guilty plea for ex-principal who sexually abused former student

04/02/2013 7:02pm
A former charter school principal pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually abusing a former male student.

Addiction can happen to anyone, says former addict, prevention groups

04/02/2013 7:03pm
As investigators look more into the Salt Lake judge accused of possessing and possibly distributing pain pills, one group is working to educate Utahns to stop prescription drug abuse.

Autism Awareness Day shines a light on misunderstood disorder

04/02/2013 7:47pm
It's a special day for families who have children with autism. April 2 is World Autism Awareness day — the day the world says, "We're listening."

Pinwheels planted in honor of abused children

04/02/2013 9:30pm
A group of children planted pinwheels instead of flowers Tuesday as part of an annual event that draws attention to child abuse prevention in Utah.

Man convicted in car crash that killed girlfriend

04/02/2013 9:50pm
A 29-year-old man was found guilty of negligent homicide Tuesday in 2nd District Court in connection with the June 2011 car crash that killed his girlfriend.

SLC man makes houses out of shipping containers

04/02/2013 10:19pm
In an eclectic Glendale neighborhood inhabited by working-class families, polygamists, and roosters, Jeffrey White is adding something new to the mix. Something unexpectedly stylish. Shipping containers.

'Mountain Man' arrested after allegedly firing at police

04/02/2013 10:50pm
Notorious fugitive Troy James Knapp, known by many simply as "The Mountain Man," was arrested Tuesday morning after allegedly terrorizing Utah cabin owners for more than seven years.

Explosion at metal plant leaves two burned

04/02/2013 10:53pm
An explosion at a metal manufacturing plant in Tooele County has left two people with second degree burns.
 
   
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