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Archive: News / Utah (23 Stories)

Attic fire at four-plex poses a challenge

05/03/2013 7:48am
A fire that left at least $100,000 damage at a Murray four-plex is under investigation. When fighting an attic fire crews have two options.

'Miles for Mitchell' to honor life of inspiring boy with muscular dystrophy

05/03/2013 8:22am
The city of Herriman will host a fundraiser Saturday to honor the life of a young boy whose broken heart touched hearts all over the world. Mitchell Jones passed away on March 2 from heart failure after a lifelong battle with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).

Is it a buyer's or seller's market? Experts say it's both

05/03/2013 8:51am
Housing market analysts say the Utah market is going through a strange period right now. For the time being, they say it's good for both buyers and sellers. From a buyer's perspective, things are great.

Family of girls killed by pesticide talk about forgiveness, lessons learned

05/03/2013 9:45am
A Layton family experienced unimaginable loss when two of their daughters died within days of each other. Nathan and Brenda Toone recently explained what they learned from the greatest trial of their lives.

Body of missing man found at Flaming Gorge

05/03/2013 9:55am
The body of a man missing since Sunday has been located at Flaming Gorge Reservoir.

'Road Respect Tour' help cyclists, drivers share road

05/03/2013 10:36am
The warm weather has more cyclists on the roads, and UDOT and the Department of Public Safety have created a tool to make riding safer for cyclists and vehicles.

5 weekend events to get you outdoors

05/03/2013 11:45am
Spring has slowly but surely made its way to Utah. If you feel inclined to celebrate the fact that it's finally not snowing anymore, here are five great events to get you outdoors this weekend.

Everything you need to know about Free Comic Book Day

05/03/2013 2:08pm
Free Comic Book Day, which falls the first Saturday of May every year, is one of the biggest days of the year for comic book retailers. Here's what you need to know to score your free comic book.

Park City High employee terminated in sex case involving teen

05/03/2013 2:29pm
A former member of the Park City High School athletic program has been terminated and charged with a sex count involving a teen.

eBay expands corporate presence in Utah

05/03/2013 2:50pm
The technology presence along Utah's Silicon Slopes continues to increase as two established companies move into brand new facilities and promise to grow the state's employment base.

12-foot beehive takes over Weber County home

05/03/2013 2:57pm
An Ogden beekeeper recently encountered in the Nordic Valley the largest hive he has ever seen.

D.A. dismisses 26 more West Valley police drug cases

05/03/2013 5:46pm
Twenty-six more criminal cases tied to the embattled West Valley Police Department were dismissed Friday, bringing the total to 124.

Man rolls car off freeway, lands in tree

05/03/2013 5:47pm
A man has only minor injuries after rolling his car off the freeway Friday morning and landing in a tree.

Officials urge homeowners to prepare for fire season

05/03/2013 5:52pm
The recent, dramatic pictures of the California fires have alerted Utahns to prepare for the upcoming fire season as well.

Unknown number of layoffs causes Kennecott employees to worry

05/03/2013 6:15pm
Kennecott Utah Copper employees have questions after an announcement Thursday stating that layoffs were scheduled for May.

St. George businessman details 'dirty deeds by big government' in court filing

05/03/2013 6:58pm
Indicted Utah businessman Jeremy Johnson is taking his caustic social media fight against the government to the courts. He filed a 39-page document in U.S. District Court Thursday lambasting the FTC over its lawsuit against him and his company.

Chevron pipeline given green light to resume operations

05/03/2013 7:12pm
The Chevron pipeline that runs near Willard Bay passed a pressurization test on Thursday and was given the go-ahead by federal regulators to resume operations at a reduced capacity. Crews continue to clean up diesel fuel from a March breach.

Cottonwood Heights to nix polling locations for upcoming elections

05/03/2013 8:18pm
Voting booths will stay in storage in Cottonwood Heights when voters cast ballots in the city's primary election Aug 13 and the general election Nov 5.

Florida man arrested after taking son from Primary Children's hospital

05/03/2013 9:09pm
A Florida man is in jail after police say he endangered his 4-year-old son by taking him from Primary Children's Medical Center.

School district may revoke league permit after referee attack

05/03/2013 9:42pm
A 17-year-old boy accused of attacking a soccer referee, leaving him in extremely critical condition, remained in juvenile detention Friday as the Granite School District warned the it may revoke the league's permit.

Baseball teams step up to help young burglary victims

05/03/2013 10:43pm
After being victimized by thieves earlier in the week, a Kearns youth baseball program received help Friday from some unexpected sources.

Geese on the freeway a common sight recently, troopers say

05/03/2013 10:55pm
The Utah Highway Patrol received multiple calls reporting geese on I-15 Friday afternoon. Troopers say it's becoming a more common occurrence, and they're not exactly sure why.

Former BYU athletes' sister gets second chance at life with new heart

05/03/2013 11:04pm
More than 700 Utah families are in the middle of a difficult waiting game— the wait for an organ transplant. It can be long, and often, the transplant organ doesn't come in time. Kim Denney's life changed when her phone rang after a 280 day wait.
 
   
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