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July 10th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (22 Stories)

Driver who hit bicyclist likely won't be cited

04/30/2013 7:30am
The woman driving a car that hit and critically injured a bicyclist in Salt Lake City likely will not be cited.

Experts warn parents of dangerous YouTube video challenges

04/30/2013 8:10am
Parents need to do a better job keeping tabs on what their kids see on YouTube, counselors say, especially with dangerous and risky challenges flooding the channels. However, some challenges may seem harmless are silly, so it may be difficult to convince teens not to take on these challenges.

Unprepared for college math? Business tries to fill niche

04/30/2013 9:01am
So many Utah college students are going to school unprepared for math that it's created a cottage industry.

7 more food trucks to try this spring

04/30/2013 10:01am
So you've tried a taco cart. You got a hot dog from another vendor. If you want to branch out a little more, we have compiled another list of food trucks and carts you should try.

Mother draws incredible art on sons' napkins each day for lunch

04/30/2013 10:50am
Some people leave notes in lunch boxes for their children, or write on the outside of a paper bag lunch if they're feeling like embarrassing their children. But one Brooklyn artists has taken the lunch note to another level.

Identity of missing Flaming Gorge boater released

04/30/2013 11:09am
Authorities are continuing their search at Flaming Gorge Reservoir for Danny Angelo Durante. The Jackson, Wyo., man was reported missing Sunday, after his partially-submerged boat was found.

Police take baby from parents who sought second doctor's opinion

04/30/2013 2:13pm
You might think seeking a second opinion on whether an infant needs heart surgery is a prudent move. Or you might think the child is in such danger that leaving the hospital is irresponsible.

West Valley police station lobby reopens; investigation into shooting continues

04/30/2013 2:32pm
The West Valley Police Department front lobby reopened Tuesday, a little more than 24 hours after police shot an armed man inside.

Charges dropped against woman accused of filming slaughterhouse

04/30/2013 4:02pm
Charges were dropped Tuesday against a Salt Lake woman accused of violating a new law that prohibits trespassers from recording livestock or poultry operations. Amy Meyer said she was filming a Draper meat packing company from public property.

Welder falls from roof, dies

04/30/2013 4:05pm
A Harrisville man working on a roof died Tuesday after he was knocked off of a building and fell to the ground.

Teen player arrested after critically injuring soccer referee

04/30/2013 4:13pm
A man refereeing a youth soccer game over the weekend remained hospitalized in critical condition Tuesday after police say he was punched in the head by a 17-year-old player he had just given a yellow card.

Case against ex-husband accused of killing U. scientist 'intensive on forensic evidence'

04/30/2013 5:30pm
Johnny Brickman Wall, 49, appeared in court Tuesday for the first time since being arrested in connection with the 2011 death of his ex-wife, Uta von Schwedler.

Injured horse treated; Farmington owner cited for pain and suffering

04/30/2013 6:09pm
A badly injured horse with a halter embedded deep into its face is now getting treatment and the owner has been cited. Animal control has also clarified their policies in situations of possible neglect.

Risking death, BYU grad confronts Malian coup leader

04/30/2013 7:08pm
Shortly after a coup was staged last spring that resulted in extremist groups seizing control of much of northern Mali, presidential candidate and BYU graduate Yeah Samake went to confront the coup leaders at their offices, risking death.

LDS Church presents 2 plans for MTC expansion

04/30/2013 7:46pm
Leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are meeting with neighbors and making plans for the expansion of the Missionary Training Center in Provo.

Timpanogos Highway to see summer of construction

04/30/2013 8:13pm
Crews are gearing up for a long summer of work on the problem-plagued Timpanogos Highway, as quality issues have once again surfaced.

Fire at abandoned school concerns Midvale residents

04/30/2013 9:12pm
An old elementary school in Midvale has been vacant for the last year and after a small fire inside the building Monday night, residents say demolition can't come soon enough.

Jail time for man arrested for DUI 3 times in 3 days

04/30/2013 10:06pm
A Logan man charged with driving under the influence three times in three days has been sentenced to six months in jail.

Family of murdered Sandy man hopes billboard will bring justice

04/30/2013 10:25pm
Five months ago a Sandy man and his girlfriend were found dead inside a burned-out home. Now, the people who loved them are putting out a plea to bring those responsible to justice.

Weightlifting provides psychological strength for Utahn battling Tourette's

04/30/2013 10:29pm
Librarians are quiet and bookish, not generally known for feats of strength. That's the stereotype anyway. But a Salt Lake librarian explodes the stereotype.

Thief steals little league teams' only source of funding

04/30/2013 10:39pm
A little league baseball complex has lost its only way of raising money after someone broke into its snack shack using a sledgehammer and stole all of the candy and money inside.

Residents call for change after Murray canal break

04/30/2013 10:46pm
A regularly scheduled City Council meeting in Murray was anything but ordinary Tuesday night, as residents filled City Hall to voice their opinions about the canal break that caused major damage over the weekend.
 
   
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