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Archive: News / Utah (12 Stories)

Sunday Edition: Education special and digital libraries

05/12/2013 9:00am
A closer look at the value of a college diploma in today's economy. Plus, find out why all of our schools could use more parent volunteers. And in this digital age it may seem like libraries are obsolete.

'I see a lot of panic,' says new chief of corrections about prison relocation

05/12/2013 10:05am
Rollin Cook, a retired sheriff's deputy, was unanimously recommended Friday for state Senate confirmation next week as Utah's new executive director of the Department of Corrections.

Utah among top states for immigration cases

05/12/2013 11:30am
Utah is one of the country's top 10 federal districts for the prosecution of immigration-related offenses, according to a new report.

State School Board calls for support of Common Core

05/12/2013 1:08pm
The State School Board has unanimously passed two resolutions that state official positions on the Utah Core Standards and the security of personal student information.

Missing man with Alzheimer's found by off-duty officer

05/12/2013 2:03pm
A missing man with Alzheimer's was found Sunday afternoon when an off-duty Unified Police officer recognized him from an endangered missing advisory.

90-degree weather means danger near rivers, streams

05/12/2013 5:03pm
The hot weather being enjoyed along the Wasatch Front also poses risks due to fast-moving streams carrying runoff from melting snow. Authorities are reminding people to be watchful of children and pets near Utah waterways and to keep a safe distance.

Cedar City boy headed to national Soap Box Derby

05/12/2013 6:02pm
A Utah boy has won himself a spot in the national All-American Soap Box Derby in Akron, Ohio, this summer.

2 ejected, 2 pinned by truck in Tooele County rollover

05/12/2013 8:04pm
Two couples in a pickup truck were injured in an overnight accident Saturday that went undiscovered for more than five hours. Two women and two men were sent to three different hospitals after the crash on Pony Express Road in Tooele County.

Woman adopts 8 foster kids, named SLC foster mom of the year

05/12/2013 10:10pm
Sunday, the nation took time out to celebrate the mothers in their lives and the immense influence each of them has had on their children. For Jennifer Larkin, that meant being named foster mom of the year. So far, she's adopted eight forester children, ranging from 1-year-old all the way to 12.

Dying mother keeps promise to daughter with treehouse

05/12/2013 10:28pm
This Mother's Day means a lot more to one Cheryl Heaton than most. It could very well be her last, and she has a promise to keep to her daughter — a treehouse. And the community rallied to help.

Children of LDS First Presidency honor their mothers

05/12/2013 11:10pm
Many Utahns know the members of the First Presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. But many may not be quite as familiar with their wives: Frances Monson, Kathleen Eyring, and Harriet Uchtdorf.

7-year-old girl killed in all-terrain vehicle accident

05/12/2013 11:59pm
A 7-year-old girl was killed Sunday after an all-terrain vehicle wrecked up Middle Canyon in Tooele County.
 
   
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