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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Teen arrested in year-old robbery; police searching for second suspect

04/19/2013 7:26am
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested for investigation of an armed robbery of a jewelry store more than a year ago.

Earthquake sensors tracked Superstorm Sandy

04/19/2013 7:39am
When Superstorm Sandy blasted the East Coast last fall, rumblings in the earth were detected in Utah and across the country. That could prove helpful in storm forecasting in the future.

Warrant issued for driver charged with DUI, texting while driving

04/19/2013 8:04am
A judge issued an arrest warrant Thursday for a man who police say was driving under the influence and texting when he hit a Roosevelt woman in January, nearly severing her left leg.

Financial crisis prompts Tooele to privatize assistance programs, cut more jobs

04/19/2013 10:05am
Tooele County will no longer publicly subsidize its food bank, transitional housing, emergency poverty assistance or domestic violence assistance programs.

Columbine survivor organizing fundraiser for Boston bombing victims

04/19/2013 1:12pm
A woman who survived the Columbine High School Shootings said she understands how the victims in Boston must feel, and she wants to do something to show them there are still a lot of good people in the world.

5 things to get you out of the house this weekend

04/19/2013 2:00pm
The recent cold spell may have driven you back indoors, but that doesn't mean you have to stay cooped up in your house. Here is a list of five things happening this weekend that are worth going outdoors for.

Roosevelt man charged with automobile homicide in 2012 crash

04/19/2013 3:22pm
A Roosevelt man is facing a felony charge in connection with a 2012 crash that killed a Fort Duchesne woman.

Ogden wants to become cycling nerve center in America

04/19/2013 3:49pm
The Ogden Mayor's office is hoping to make the city into a haven for bicycling manufacturers and bicyclists of all kinds.

Dead Boston bombing suspect boxed in Utah Golden Gloves tournament

04/19/2013 5:51pm
Deceased Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev boxed in national Golden Gloves tournament in Utah in 2009.

St. George drug bust nets 2 suspects

04/19/2013 5:54pm
A drug bust in St. George has netted two suspects who already were facing drug trafficking charges.

EnergySolutions founder, owner buys historic Trolley Square

04/19/2013 6:01pm
A company owned by EnergySolutions founder Khosrow Semnani has purchased the historic Trolley Square property in Salt Lake City.

Dog seized after biting Hyde Park boy in face

04/19/2013 7:04pm
A Hyde Park man has been cited and his dog impounded for biting a 4-year-old boy in the face.

UDOT launches new emergency alert app in time for SLC Marathon

04/19/2013 8:11pm
A new emergency alert system is in place to notify Utah drivers of major traffic delays and road closures. The smartphone and tablet app includes pop-up notifications to alert drivers to major traffic conditions.

Famous Salt Lake peregrine falcons return to downtown nest

04/19/2013 8:59pm
Salt Lake City's peregrine falcons have returned for the 2013 nesting season and you can watch the eggs hatch live via an HD bird camera. The new cameras were installed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints so bird watchers and environmentalists can study the birds up close.

Ute Tribe revives claims of racial profiling by law agencies

04/19/2013 9:16pm
Leaders of the Ute Indian Tribe have revived their claims that state and local law enforcement officers in the Uintah Basin routinely engage in racial profiling of tribal members.

Utah employment rate keeps rising, higher than national average

04/19/2013 10:04pm
Utah's non-farm payroll employment for March grew by an estimated 4 percent compared to March of 2012.

Did social and mainstream media ruin the Boston manhunt?

04/19/2013 10:31pm
In the mainstream and social media frenzy that started after the double bombing Monday at the Boston Marathon, there have been a few constants: the mainstream media would mess up, social media would mess up, and each platform or organization would blame another for spreading misinformation.

Navigating the SLC Marathon: How to avoid delays

04/19/2013 10:57pm
The Salt Lake City Marathon attracts thousands to the state's capital for the 26.2-mile race, along with a half marathon, 5K and bike tour. Here's how to get around during the race.

Doctor says Ethan Stacy was severely burned prior to death

04/19/2013 11:00pm
Young Ethan Stacy was burned over 17 percent of his body, from his ankles to his thighs, according to an autopsy report.

Boston tragedy generates increased interest in SL Marathon

04/19/2013 11:05pm
Salt Lake City is putting the finishing touches on its marathon which runs Saturday. Organizers are seeing increased participation and interest because of the tragedy in Boston.
 
   
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