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November 22nd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (17 Stories)

Graduates feeling unprepared for the workplace

06/24/2013 6:46am
Recent surveys show that the majority of college grads don't think they've been adequately prepared for the workplace.

Ask a cop: I'm not the cop you dealt with last time

06/24/2013 10:44am
Have you ever wanted to ask a cop a question but either were too shy or had warrants? Well now is your chance through the safety of the Internet. Today I try to explain why cops should not all be lumped together.

Police arrest Murray man on suspicion of beating, cutting his girlfriend

06/24/2013 11:34am
A Murray man was arrested after police say he cut and choked his live- in girlfriend.

Have You Seen This? Cute puppy race

06/24/2013 1:07pm
What happens when you group a bunch of puppies together and put them in a "Doggy Dash"? Undoubtedly, a lot of cuteness.

4 natural swimming holes in Utah worth a visit

06/24/2013 3:26pm
When the temperatures rise, many people head to the only place they can stay cool outdoors — the swimming pool. However, if you aren't in the mood to fight the crowds at your local Rec Center, here is a list of 4 natural swimming holes to enjoy.

Geyser-like water malfunction shoots through roof of Riverdale building

06/24/2013 3:30pm
A malfunction in a drinking water purification station had the appearance of a geyser shooting water straight through the top of a building Monday morning.

Family on vacation when fire destroys home

06/24/2013 4:28pm
A house fire late Sunday night left a family homeless, and they might not even know it yet. Neighbors say the Cottonwood Heights family of eight left for Wendover hours before the fire started.

Deputy AG denies making threat against attorneys in fraud case

06/24/2013 5:03pm
An attorney for Marc Sessions Jenson says he received a "veiled threat" from embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow's chief deputy over the weekend. But the official in question claims he was simply venting frustrations while "talking to a friend."

Man gets 6-day jail sentence after attacking then marrying BYU student

06/24/2013 5:10pm
A man accused of kidnapping and assaulting his ex-girlfriend before then marrying her just before trial, was sentenced to three days in jail Monday. The woman revealed that she is now pregnant.

City working to tackle vandalism problem at Ensign Peak

06/24/2013 6:00pm
One of Salt Lake City's best known landmarks was recently defaced by vandals, and it's not the first time it's happened. City administrators say they're looking at the problem, but it's become a frustration for hikers.

Utah business joins growing trend, offers paid paternity leave

06/24/2013 6:37pm
While most companies offer some sort of maternity leave, more companies are beginning to offer paternity leave as part of their employee benefit package, including a company right here in Utah.

Police telling transients in City Creek Canyon to move elsewhere

06/24/2013 8:00pm
Beginning Monday, police will be handing out citations for illegal camping in the canyon. The message they're hoping to send is this: Go where you want, but you can't stay here.

Teen mayoral candidate who planned to bomb Roy High says he's 'rehabilitated'

06/24/2013 8:20pm
A teenager who plotted last year to bomb his high school says he is rehabilitated and ready to run for mayor.

Father, 2 children critical after car rolls on I-15

06/24/2013 9:53pm
Two children and their father are in critical condition after their family car blew a tire and rolled on I-15, ejecting four people from the vehicle.

Man, 2 teens say they tried to lure kids with candy as prank

06/24/2013 10:03pm
A man and two juveniles accused of using candy to try to entice children into a van have turned themselves in, telling police it was an "experiment with social norms."

Local Baptist church spends summer vacation fixing up homes

06/24/2013 10:12pm
A giant service project is taking place in Morgan this week. Hundreds of people descended on the small town Monday morning bringing shovels, paint, and other supplies.

Refugee Boy Scouts to attend National Jamboree for the first time

06/24/2013 10:26pm
Gov. Herbert met with a group of Boy Scouts today but this troop is unique — they are refugees and going to their first National Jamboree.
 
   
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