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April 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

How accurate are store scanners?

05/22/2013 8:33am
Most shoppers assume they're being charged the correct price when items are scanned at check out. But sometimes the price listed on the shelf is not the price the scanners charge.

Winder not seeking reelection as West Valley mayor

05/22/2013 10:13am
West Valley Mayor Mike Winder announced Wednesday he would not seek re-election.

Psychologist says documents show Powell made 'admission of guilt'

05/22/2013 10:19am
What was life like with Josh Powell? Documents released by West Valley police this week shed light on how controlling Josh may have been with his wife Susan.

Teen on bike collides with school bus

05/22/2013 11:07am
A teenager riding his bicycle to Union High School hit a school bus Wednesday, according to Roosevelt police.

Tributes to Sis. Frances J. Monson from around the Web

05/22/2013 11:17am
Since the passing of Sister Frances J. Monson, people from all around the world have expressed their condolences and offered touching words of tribute and comfort. Here's a look at some of the tributes in her honor from around the Web.

Semitrailer overturns, spills whey over Bluffdale road

05/22/2013 1:21pm
A truck carrying whey overturned in an industrial area of Bluffdale Wednesday, spilling the milk byproduct, as well as oil and gas, over the road.

State parks host scavenger hunt contest

05/22/2013 1:45pm
As if you needed another excuse to spend some time in Utah's state parks, the state is offering prizes to the people who complete the most tasks in a state park scavenger hunt.

Man stabbed in downtown Salt Lake City

05/22/2013 2:58pm
An early morning stabbing sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries Wednesday.

Intermountain to track radiation due to medical exams

05/22/2013 6:00pm
Intermountain Healthcare launched a new system that tracks cumulative radiation exposure from medical exams.

UHP using data to patrol, prevent accidents during Memorial Day weekend

05/22/2013 6:55pm
Utah Highway Patrol officers were originally guided by road experience and instincts in making arrests and patrolling holiday traffic. Now, they are governed by science and data to prevent fatalities during holiday weekends.

New West Davis Corridor to destroy bird habitats, says environmental group

05/22/2013 7:32pm
Environmental groups in the Salt Lake Valley are urging UDOT to examine how a proposed highway could affect wildlife along the Great Salt Lake.

Criminal sketch artist retires after 41 years of service

05/22/2013 8:02pm
A woman who has drawn sketches to help police identify criminals is retiring after 41 years of service.

Tooele family counting blessings after early-morning fire

05/22/2013 8:19pm
A family of six lost their home to a fast-moving fire in Tooele Wednesday morning. One person was hurt, but the Draper family is still counting their blessings.

Utah contestants of 'The Voice' will perform, tour in Utah

05/22/2013 8:40pm
Utah contestants who performed on 'The Voice' will soon be performing in their home state. A new Utah company that helps developing musicians will go on tour with the local artists in June.

Wednesday's Child: Moses

05/22/2013 8:55pm
The Wednesday's Child for the week has limited vision and mental disabilities, but has overcome many challenges with a passion for music and a big heart.

CrossFit, karate gyms fundraising for family of mother who died in childbirth

05/22/2013 9:21pm
The family of a Utah County woman who died during childbirth has received a tremendous outpouring of support from Utahns and people around the country.

Animal behaviorists say animals with troubled past can still make great pets

05/22/2013 10:20pm
An Idaho couple has adopted one of the 64 pit bulls involved in a dog fighting operation that were discovered after a triple murder in Idaho. Animal behaviorists say with proper care, dogs like this one that have rough past can still make great pets.

Police investigating deadly fall at Bridal Veil Falls

05/22/2013 11:06pm
Search and rescue crews worked late into the night Wednesday to recover the body of a man who fell to his death in Provo Canyon.

Solicitor arrested in Herriman after alleged aggression

05/22/2013 11:27pm
A solicitor was arrested Wednesday after some Herriman residents complained that he was being aggressive.

Construction workers rescue woman from burning home

05/22/2013 11:32pm
Fire investigators are trying to figure out what sparked a Davis County house fire Wednesday afternoon. A woman who was inside at the time said she credits nearby construction workers with saving her life.

2 children found dead in West Point home; brother called 'person of interest'

05/22/2013 11:59pm
Deputies in Davis County searched for a 15-year-old boy for several hours Wednesday night after his two younger brothers were found dead in their home. The teen was located just before midnight.
 
   
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