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Utah State, SLCC form partnership for business programs

04/07/2013 8:22am
Utah State University and Salt Lake Community College have announced a new partnership between the two schools' business programs, citing a goal to equip more Utah adults with a four-year college degree or more.

Sunday Edition: Immigration reform, violent video games and Snake Valley water

04/07/2013 9:00am
The nation is a big step closer to a new immigration reform law. Plus, the debate over violent video games. And, Governor Herbert says no to the Snake Valley water-sharing agreement.

Mountain goat viewing event scheduled for April 20

04/07/2013 10:25am
Outdoors and wildlife enthusiasts will have a chance to view mountain goats at the mouth of Little Cottonwood Canyon on April 20.

Police seek man caught on video surveillance robbing Conoco store

04/07/2013 10:50am
Police are still searching for a man caught on video surveillance that robbed a Conoco convenience store on Wednesday.

Public invited to tour Cedar Hills fire station

04/07/2013 11:10am
Residents are invited to attend an open house at the Cedar Hills fire station, 3925 W. Cedar Hills Drive, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 4.

3-year-old girl dies after Farr West swing accident

04/07/2013 12:37pm
A 3-year-old girl died late Saturday at Primary Children's Medical Center from injuries sustained after getting her neck tangled in a rope of a swing, according to Weber County Sgt. Wayne Smith.

Holocaust historian to speak at U. for Days of Remembrance

04/07/2013 1:40pm
The University of Utah will commemorate Days of Remembrance to remember the Holocaust with activities on April 10-11.

Allegedly drunk motorcyclist thrown into bed of pickup after crash, driver doesn't notice

04/07/2013 4:10pm
A motorcyclist is in critical condition after being tossed into the back of a moving pickup truck when he allegedly crashed a stolen motorcycle into it while driving drunk.

LDS General Conference draws to a close

04/07/2013 5:38pm
After two days of meetings in Salt Lake City the annual General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has come to a close.

Two teens investigated for homicide after body found outside Moab

04/07/2013 6:09pm
Two teenagers have been taken into custody for investigation of homicide after a man was found dead on the outskirts of Moab.

Triple homicide investigation continues; fate of 70 dogs in question

04/07/2013 7:44pm
As authorities in Idaho continue to investigate a triple murder, they're also trying to determine the fate dozens of dogs found at the crime scene.

A mighty band of youth

04/07/2013 9:02pm
Like 10,000 legions marching, from the words of a Latter-day Saint hymn to the halls of the missionary training center, a new generation is rising to accept the call to serve a mission.

Family of slain 5-month-old holds vigil

04/07/2013 10:42pm
The family of the 5-month-old baby shot and killed in American Fork Friday issued a statement of thanks to the community and support for the child's mother.
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