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August 20th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

Handgun found in fifth-grader's backpack

04/05/2013 6:52am
Richfield police say the principal at Pahvant Elementary found a handgun in a fifth-grader's backpack.

Knife-wielding robber injures store clerk, flees with cash

04/05/2013 7:44am
An armed robber stole from a convenience store and then attacked the clerk to get more money.

Man sentenced in porn-on-plane case

04/05/2013 8:11am
A Utah man charged with viewing child pornography on a Boston-bound commercial flight won't have to serve his jail sentence if he sticks to the terms of his probation.

UTA and downtown shops prepare for conference weekend

04/05/2013 8:21am
The Downtown Alliance estimates about 100,000 people come in and out of downtown in a two-day period of time, just for General Conference. The influx of thousands of people is good news for business in downtown Salt Lake City.

5 houses that make tiny seem bearable

04/05/2013 8:40am
After learning about Sarah's House Project, we wanted to spotlight some of the other small homes that are taking the country by a miniature-sized storm.

Undercover cop arrests 6 involved in sex solicitation

04/05/2013 12:27pm
Several people are facing criminal charges after undercover police officers caught them involved in a sex trafficking operation during a prostitution sting Thursday night.

Woman accused in robbery spree faces 9 new charges

04/05/2013 1:50pm
A woman accused of committing a string of robberies in January now faces nine new charges, including attempted aggravated murder.

Guatemalan man to stand trial in cousin's death

04/05/2013 2:54pm
A Guatemalan national who has been deported from the United States at least once before will stand trial for the beating death of his cousin inside the Uintah County mobile home they shared.

BYUtv series to bring back 'family values' debuts Sunday

04/05/2013 3:30pm
Its first scripted series, "Granite Flats" is no ordinary serial. Mixing the wholesome principles that defined early television with an all-star cast, this suspense drama will entertain the entire family.

Woman severely injured in Redwood Road accident

04/05/2013 4:28pm
A woman was injured Friday in an accident on Redwood Road that has left the road shut down in both directions.

4-car accident temporarily closes lanes on Bangerter Highway

04/05/2013 5:05pm
Two people were critically injured Friday when an SUV plowed into the back of a small passenger vehicle.

Toddler in critical condition after getting caught in swing

04/05/2013 5:51pm
A 3-year-old girl is in critical condition after her neck got tangled in a rope swing outside her Far West home Thursday.

Utah School Board gives approval to keep cursive in schools

04/05/2013 6:05pm
The flowery, flowing script of cursive received a preliminary nod of support from the State School Board on Friday, with members advancing a proposal to include handwriting and cursive in Utah's core curriculum.

Former Utah Senate President among those called as new LDS mission presidents

04/05/2013 6:31pm
Since the LDS Church announcement of 58 new missions in October, dozens of mission presidents have been called to fill the new positions including several well-known Utahns.

5 SLC landmarks hidden in plain sight

04/05/2013 6:57pm
Whether you're in town for LDS General Conference or are just looking for something new to appreciate in Salt Lake City this weekend, here are five historical places in Downtown Salt Lake City to visit.

Couple survives rollover crash thanks to three anonymous heroes

04/05/2013 7:02pm
George and Ragena Simpers lived because of the quick response of three strangers and now they're sharing their story, hoping to find those men so they can say thank you.

Budding musician to donate album proceeds to cancer patient

04/05/2013 7:42pm
Six weeks ago, Jamie Miller was diagnosed with leukemia. Austin Westley, a family friend, finished recording his debut album in January, and all the proceeds will go to Jamie and her family.

5-month-old shot and killed in American Fork; father arrested

04/05/2013 10:27pm
A 5-month-old baby boy died Friday after suffering a single gunshot wound to the head, the victim of an apparent murder-suicide attempt. His father was later arrested on investigation of aggravated murder.

Embattled WVC officer claims he's been fired from the police department

04/05/2013 10:28pm
A West Valley police detective under investigation by several agencies for alleged corruption is being fired, an attorney for the Fraternal Order of Police announced Friday.

Grocery store steps up after iPad is stolen from customer

04/05/2013 10:30pm
A Riverton grocery store recently went above and beyond its usual perks for loyal customers to help a family in need.

Man believes alleged assault was hate crime

04/05/2013 10:32pm
A Salt Lake City man claims he was the victim of a hate crime after allegedly being beaten and called derogatory names Thursday night.

LDS Church announces new leadership roles for sister missionaries

04/05/2013 10:36pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced new leadership roles for sister missionaries on Friday. The move came shortly after the Church released a video of its women leaders discussing their role and influence in the Church.

Salt Lake City bike sharing program opens to public Monday

04/05/2013 10:44pm
GREENbike, a new bicycle sharing program for downtown Salt Lake, is ready for riders. It opens on Apr. 8, with the hope that commuters will ride to work instead of drive.

Large propane leak created 'perfect storm' for Uintah County explosion, investigators say

04/05/2013 11:38pm
Investigators say a pair of truck-mounted liquid propane tanks failed to maintain pressure, allowing all of their contents to fill a Uintah County business that was demolished in an explosion that also damaged four homes and two dozen industrial buildings.    
 
   
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