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April 16th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

Clearfield High teacher sexually abused student, charges state

05/01/2013 12:05am
A Clearfield High School agriculture teacher has been charged with sexually abusing a 17-year-old female student.

Beware 'amazing investment opportunity' in Iraqi dinars, experts say

05/01/2013 8:00am
For $1,000 you could become a multimillionaire. That's the promise of an old investment scheme that just won't die.

Simple equation calculates financial health

05/01/2013 8:06am
An equation taking into consideration income and savings can reflect how financially healthy a person is. The equation calculates a person's "gap," which is essentially the percentage of income put into savings.

Officials identify man who fell from roof, died

05/01/2013 10:02am
Police have identified the man who died Tuesday after falling off of a roof as Nathan Wilkinson, 35, of Harrisville.

Victim identified in 1994 Ogden cold case

05/01/2013 4:55pm
An Oregon man discovered dead in Ogden in 1994 has been identified, nearly two decades after his body was discovered burned to death in an abandoned home.

Woman attacked ex-partner's grandmother over custody dispute, police say

05/01/2013 5:03pm
A Murray woman was arrested after she assaulted an 86-year-old woman in an act of vengeance, police said.

Pipeline that leaked into Willard Bay fails test; more to come

05/01/2013 5:09pm
Chevron's oil pipeline near Willard Bay's north marina failed a pressure test Monday, pushing back the opening of the marina further.

Missing Springville teen now considered endangered

05/01/2013 6:35pm
A Springville teenager missing for more than a week and thought to have run away with her 19-year-old boyfriend is now considered endangered, according to police.

Man killed in crash on I-80

05/01/2013 6:46pm
A driver was killed Wednesday after crashing into a UDOT vehicle on I-80.

Utah man riding 1,700 miles through Mexico for charity

05/01/2013 7:08pm
Jimmy O'Lexey is one of 47 off-road motorcyclists chosen to take part in a grueling 1,700-mile ride down the Baja Peninsula. He's using the ride to help children at a Mexican orphanage.

Utah rug man helps Nepalese children by building health clinic

05/01/2013 7:58pm
For more than a decade, a Salt Lake City businessman has raised enough money to build a clinic in the country of Nepal, and it's now open to the public.

Wednesday's Child: Jamal

05/01/2013 9:00pm
Jamal is a sweet, polite, good-natured teenager who loves to be outside. He is nearing the end of high school, and has never experienced what it's like to have a family.

Fire destroys building at Tooele Gun Club

05/01/2013 9:19pm
Emergency crews were on the scene of a fire at the Tooele Gun Club early Wednesday morning.

Residents, business owners protest Sugar House streetcar location

05/01/2013 9:31pm
A protest was held Wednesday in the Sugar House area about the upcoming street car line that will be coming to Salt Lake City.

Gov says trade trip to Israel will be 'significant benefit' to Utah

05/01/2013 10:09pm
Gov. Gary Herbert says his weeklong trade mission to Israel to promote Utah as a business and tourism destination exceeded his expectations.

Cycling safety: What happens when cyclists break the rules

05/01/2013 10:15pm
Hundreds of new riders are hitting the streets to save on gas, improve the air and get in a good workout. But a KSL investigation discovered some cyclists are breaking the law — time and again — and riding away scott free even when they hurt someone else.

3-hour manhunt in West Point neighborhood ends in arrest

05/01/2013 10:21pm
A Davis County neighborhood was on alert for hours Wednesday morning while officers searched for a man who they say ran from police. During that time, the man allegedly broke into several homes and even begged for help.

Soldier's return highlights the toll deployments take on families

05/01/2013 10:45pm
Utah families are making tough sacrifices to serve our country, and it's especially hard on the kids. James Calaway just got back from his sixth deployment, and his kids couldn't be happier.

Utah soldier found dead in barracks

05/01/2013 11:24pm
As officials investigate the death of a paratrooper found unresponsive Saturday in his Fort Bragg barracks room, his parents in Utah struggle to believe their son will never come home.

Man shot by West Valley police charged with domestic violence

05/01/2013 11:49pm
Charges have been filed against the man arrested for threatening officers with a gun in the lobby of the West Valley City Police Department, indicating he was involved in a dispute with his wife the night before.

Graffiti cleanup costs taxpayers $400K a year

05/01/2013 11:59pm
In the last 10 years, cases of illegal graffiti have more than tripled in the downtown area. Now, Salt Lake police are asking the public to speak up if they see tagging activity.
 
   
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