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November 27th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Restaurant's Thursday sales will benefit unique group of students

04/11/2013 6:51am
Your appetite for fresh Mexican food could help college students Thursday. Sonora Grill in Ogden is holding "Dining for Dollars," with 100 percent of sales going to a special scholarship.

U. of U. didn't inform premature babies' parents of oxygen level risks

04/11/2013 8:43am
The federal government says University of Utah, along with 22 other medical institutions, did not fully inform parents of risks during a study tracking premature babies and the impact varied of oxygen levels.

Utah women excel in small business

04/11/2013 9:56am
The number of businesses in Utah owned by women outpaced the national average in 2011, and the gains in revenues from those businesses were far above those seen in other areas of the country. But despite important gains, statistics for women still lag behind men in many areas, including gaining access to the highest levels of success.

Beauty and the Beast: The Utah economy and the Sequester

04/11/2013 1:31pm
Just over one month into the federal government's self-imposed, across-the-board budget cuts—known as "The Sequester" like it is some kind of bad summer horror flick—it is worth some discussion of what the impact has been so far, how it stacks up to the pre-sequester rhetoric and what we can expect going forward here in Utah

Stolen 200-pound dino bones returned to museum, no questions asked

04/11/2013 2:44pm
A dinosaur skeleton roughly the size of an 18-wheeler is whole again and hitting the road.

Man killed in Sanpete County construction accident

04/11/2013 4:01pm
A construction worker was killed Thursday when he was run over by the truck he was driving Thursday.

Utah fire danger high, but better than last year

04/11/2013 5:15pm
Utah land officials say this year's wildfire season will be better than last year, but fire danger will still be high, and the state likely will see some large fires.

Employee arrested for stealing 31 instruments

04/11/2013 5:18pm
A Summerhays Music store employee was arrested after she allegedly stole 31 instruments — valued at more than $25,000 total — from her employer.

Officer convicted of assault after gas station incident

04/11/2013 5:22pm
A long-time police officer has been convicted of a misdemeanor charge of reckless endangerment.

Trolley Square gun lawsuit settled out of court

04/11/2013 5:52pm
After five years of legal battles, one of the victims in the Trolley Square massacre has reached an out-of-court settlement with the pawn shop that sold a gun to shooter Sulejman Talovic.

UTA board member questions necessity of police force

04/11/2013 6:04pm
A Utah Transit Authority board member is asking the transit agency to take a look at eliminating its police force.

Ex-police officer gets jail time after pleading guilty to attempted bribery charge

04/11/2013 7:07pm
A former Perry police officer has been sentenced to jail and probation for trying to bribe a Utah Highway Patrol trooper for help in a DUI case.

American Fork marching band to appear in 2014 Macy's Thanksgiving parade

04/11/2013 7:46pm
The American Fork High School Marching Band got a big surprise Thursday — one they'll spend the next two years preparing for. The band was selected to participate in the 2014 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Driver gets jail time in bicyclist's Provo death

04/11/2013 8:42pm
A Provo woman charged with killing a bicyclist by hitting him with her SUV and pushing him into the path of an oncoming train was sentenced to jail Thursday.

Five Utahns ordered to pay $90K in restitution for poaching

04/11/2013 8:56pm
Five people have been ordered to pay a combined $90,000 in restitution to the Division of Wildlife Resources in two statewide poaching cases that began with citizen tips.

Paramedics find drunk, unresponsive preschooler in Weber County

04/11/2013 11:01pm
A 4-year-old girl was hospitalized after she was found drunk and unresponsive at an apartment complex Thursday.

Massive landslide damages Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine

04/11/2013 11:03pm
A "significant" landslide occurred Wednesday night at the Bingham Canyon Mine, Kennecott Utah Copper officials confirmed. Its size is estimated to be about 2,000-feet wide and 2,000-feet long.

Governor in Calif. to recruit businesses to Utah

04/11/2013 11:08pm
Gov. Gary Herbert traveled to California Thursday on a trade mission of sorts. He plans to meet with several companies that are not currently working in Utah and encourage them to come here.

Budget breakdown: How education money is spent in Utah schools

04/11/2013 11:09pm
Currently the state spends an average of $6,452 on each student — the lowest in the country. Still, Utah's students are the state's biggest investment, by far.

Avalanche forecaster found dead in Big Cottonwood Canyon

04/11/2013 11:59pm
Search and rescue teams recovered the body of a UDOT avalanche forecaster in Big Cottonwood Canyon Thursday night. The man, officials said, was caught in an avalanche while measuring snow.
 
   
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