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September 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (13 Stories)

Sunday Edition: New GOP leader, PTSD and 1983 flood

05/26/2013 9:00am
We'll talk to James Evans about his goals for the Republican party and the chances for reforms. Plus, helping veterans face life after war. Finally, photographers tell the stories behind the images of the floods of 1983.

Testdriving the Lexus ES 350 makes for a smooth ride

05/26/2013 10:30am
We chose a near 70-year-old to give us his take on the Lexus ES 350. He likes to drive smoothly, but does he (or you) need to drive with all the gadgets?

$2.6B needed for Utah to reach national education spending average per student

05/26/2013 11:30am
Lawmakers met Wednesday for the first meeting of the Education Task Force. The task force was created during the most recent legislative session to advance long-term planning and goals for public and higher education in the state.

Driver, horse killed in head-on collision near Eagle Mountain

05/26/2013 1:29pm
A head-on collision left one person dead and killed one of two horses travelling in a trailer Sunday morning.

'Mutual commitment registry' gets prelimnary nod from Salt Lake County Council

05/26/2013 3:31pm
The Salt Lake County Council gave preliminary approval to the creation of a mutual commitment registry, which would grant official recognition to unmarried and committed partnerships.

Man accused of raping 14-year-old girl he got drunk

05/26/2013 6:21pm
A 21-year-old man was charged with raping a 14-year-old girl to whom he had provided alcohol. He was also charged with two counts of furnishing alcohol to a minor.

Father stabs son at U of U family housing complex, police say

05/26/2013 6:23pm
Police say they are still sorting through information and waiting for an interpreter who speaks Farsi to determine what caused a 60-year-old father to stab his son multiple times.

Family, community work to fulfill young girl's 'Sand Bucket List'

05/26/2013 7:28pm
On March 28, 2012, Stefani Ellison of Cedar City traveled to China to bring home a sweet 6-year-old girl, whom they called Meisyn. Hoping to help a girl born with severe special needs, they soon found that she was the one destined to help them.

Educators attack Utah's bid to get federal lands

05/26/2013 7:57pm
A new network that includes representation by school board members, teachers, college and high school students says Utah's efforts to get control of federal lands is the wrong move. They say it will ultimately hurt education and damage public lands.

Toddler injured in 9-foot fall from balcony

05/26/2013 9:43pm
A 20-month-old child was severely injured Sunday after falling from a balcony.

Ann Romney speaks on what it's like to be a mother

05/26/2013 9:58pm
The 2012 Presidential election made Anne Romeny a household name throughout the county. But for five boys, she's simply known as "mom." The respected wife of 2012 Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney explains in her own words what it means to be a mother.

Elder Nelson remembers ancestors at Ephraim Scandinavian Days

05/26/2013 10:20pm
Elder Russell M. Nelson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints returned to his roots Sunday by attending the annual Scandinavian Days celebration.

Man killed, 12-year-old injured in Provo Canyon motorcycle accident

05/26/2013 11:59pm
Authorities have released the name of the driver of a motorcycle who died after crashing into an SUV Sunday, one of several fatalities that have marred the holiday weekend.
 
   
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