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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

State ready to run health exchange for small businesses, Herbert says

05/10/2013 7:20am
After months of negotiations, Gov. Gary Herbert sent a letter Thursday to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius outlining how the state would run the newly mandated health insurance exchange for small businesses.

How to help mom find purpose and balance

05/10/2013 7:34am
You know the saying, "When momma ain't happy, ain't nobody happy." But sometimes moms need help to find their purpose and balance, and others in their lives need to step up for mom.

Texas software company to bring more than 1,000 jobs to Utah

05/10/2013 7:45am
Solarwinds Inc. is expanding its operations to Utah and bringing with it more than 1,000 jobs over the next two decades. Also, Blu., a Utah-based natural gas company, announced it would create 73 new jobs over the next seven years.

Fugitive who taunted authorities arrested in Moab

05/10/2013 8:48am
A Massachusetts fugitive who taunted investigators by saying "catch me if you can" has been arrested in Moab.

Semitrailer rolls, spills 75K lbs of crab

05/10/2013 12:19pm
The Southbound I-15 Spanish Fork Main Street exit was closed for a few hours Friday morning after a semitrailer rolled spilling frozen crab across the road.

'He's a big fish to us,' says assistant A.G. of cocaine ring leader

05/10/2013 12:22pm
Eight people have been charged over the past three months in connection with a major cocaine distribution ring in the Salt Lake Valley.

Box Elder County citizens concerned after string of suspected arsons

05/10/2013 2:10pm
After a string of suspected arsons over a week period, Tremonton citizens are concerned about their property.

Body found in Calif. ID'd as Utah woman

05/10/2013 2:43pm
A body found in Southern California a decade ago has been identified as that of a Salt Lake City woman missing since 2001.

5 events to entertain you this weekend

05/10/2013 3:00pm
Mother's Day is on Sunday, and while getting an awesome gift of appreciation for your mom should be your top priority, here are five other events going on in Utah that you can enjoy this weekend.

UDOT builds fence near Kanab to prevent car versus deer collisions

05/10/2013 3:46pm
More than a thousand deer have a new route to help them migrate safely between Utah and Arizona, and it may save human lives as well.

Police officers train to respond to individuals with mental illness

05/10/2013 4:40pm
Orem police officers received training on recognizing individuals with mental health issues when they responded to a house full of screaming people in Provo Canyon on Friday.

Student with BB gun forces lockdown of 4 schools

05/10/2013 6:16pm
Granite Peaks High School and three other schools were briefly put in lockdown Friday after a student with a BB gun ran from the school.

Man accused in Ogden cold case made former co-worker wary

05/10/2013 6:43pm
A former co-worker of a man accused in a 20-year-old murder in Ogden said the cold case suspect had a darker side.

New law proposes to hold students back if not reading by third grade

05/10/2013 7:05pm
A new law passed by 31 states proposed that if a child can't read by the third grade they will be held back to repeat that grade. A senator has tried to pass a similar law in Utah.

Watch out for rivers, streams: melting snow to raise water levels

05/10/2013 8:12pm
Utah has been losing 1 to 3 inches of snow pack per day; but as the temps make a big jump in the next few days, the melt-off will increase.

Teen driver cellphone ban days away from becoming law

05/10/2013 8:58pm
It's time to ignore the ring: Utah's teen cellphone ban becomes law in less than a week. Adults can still talk on their cellphones behind the wheel, but beginning May 14, drivers under 18 will have to put them away or face a fine.

Police, district deny fault after children left at Lagoon following field trip

05/10/2013 9:12pm
Granite School District and the West Valley City Police Department are both denying responsibility after two 10-year-old boys were left alone at Lagoon following a department-sponsored school field trip.

2 arrests made in Moroni hardware store burglary

05/10/2013 9:29pm
There's been a break in the case of several burglaries at a small town hardware store. The store had been broken into for a fourth time in just a matter of weeks— and thanks to the story on KSL-TV, police say it will be the last time by these crooks.

Unrecognized Native American tribe lays claim to millions of acres in Utah

05/10/2013 9:46pm
A Uintah County woman who says she's the chairwoman of an American Indian tribe has filed a 250-page document that lays claim to millions of acres of land in four Utah counties.

Popular Vernal real estate broker accused of forging inspection records

05/10/2013 10:00pm
An award-winning real estate broker known to many in the Uintah Basin as the public face of a major retail development project in Vernal has been charged with forging federal termite inspection records.

Facebook album leads to arrest of over-sharing graffiti artist

05/10/2013 10:31pm
Police say they were able to catch up with a very busy graffiti tagger because he kept an online photo album of his work.

UFA assistant chief charged with prescription fraud

05/10/2013 10:35pm
The discovery of missing controlled substances within the Unified Fire Authority has led to prescription fraud charges filed against an assistant chief in what likely is a separate case.

Special prosecutor will investigate Swallow for alleged ethics violations

05/10/2013 10:42pm
The lieutenant governor's office said Friday it will seek to appoint special counsel to investigate three of 12 alleged elections violations against Attorney General John Swallow.

National Geographic picture inspires action in Utah and Idaho

05/10/2013 10:44pm
How far would you go to help a complete stranger? A photograph tucked inside the pages of a National Geographic magazine has had a profound affect on the woman who took the picture and a man in Idaho who saw it.
 
   
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