09/12/2013 7:04amAdvocates gathered at the Utah Capitol to ask Gov. Gary Herbert to close down Stericycle.
09/12/2013 8:17amDestiny Johnson went into labor weeks premature, on a camping trip with her family. But a miracle happened, thanks to a gas station worker who brought Johnson's baby into the world.
09/12/2013 9:34amA new state audit says the Utah Division of Rehabilitation Services "lacks program oversight," resulting in questionable spending on services and equipment and failing to verify applicants' identities.
09/12/2013 1:13pmA 22-year-old "hacktivist" who breached two Utah law enforcement websites last year was sentenced to three years in federal prison on Thursday.
09/12/2013 5:33pmCreated by Lindon residents Matthew Lee and Adam Keys, the Stadium Bowl resembling the LaVell Edwards Stadium made its debut at Brigham Young University during last week's game.
09/12/2013 5:59pmWork resumed Thursday at Kennecott Utah Copper's Bingham Canyon Mine after ground movement Wednesday displaced a football field- sized section of earth.
09/12/2013 6:16pmSeveral severe storms have caused major flooding across the state, and many residents are worried what other damage could be caused by continued rain.
09/12/2013 6:21pmHeavy storms dumped more water onto already-saturated soil in Duchesne and Emery counties, causing flooding and mudslides that forced the closure of three state roads and a county road.
09/12/2013 7:25pmThe death of a 20-year-old man could result in criminal charges for his friends. Police say Jeremy Palmer overdosed on drugs and his friends dumped his body.
09/12/2013 7:37pmSoon health care professionals all over the state will have access to a tool that can help predict a person's suicide risk.
09/12/2013 8:32pmAttorneys for a child pornography victim argued in court Thursday why a Park City man who was convicted of viewing her image should pay her more than $500,000 in restitution.
09/12/2013 9:12pmFormer Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff said Thursday that he has been cleared in the Department of Justice investigation.
09/12/2013 9:28pmA parole hearing was held for Reggie Campos, who was convicted of shooting David Serbeck in 2009. But because of a recent appeals court ruling, the hearing was for an aggravated assault connected to the shooting.
09/12/2013 9:31pmThe Salt Lake Tribune announced a consolidation of top management positions and a 20 percent staff reduction Wednesday afternoon.
09/12/2013 9:37pmAn art gallery at City Creek just opened in downtown Salt Lake. The owner said the gallery offers inspirational works from artists throughout the country.
09/12/2013 9:38pmGranger Elementary School hosted volunteers participating in the annual United Way Day of Caring promoting the "Read Today" program.
09/12/2013 10:05pmKatie Whicker, 17, always wanted what every little girl dreams of — to be able to dress up and put on a pair of glittery earrings. For Katie, though, that dream never came.
09/12/2013 10:51pmThe weekend rain that flooded dozens of Provo homes and damaged roads is being called a "50 year storm" by the city of Provo, and the declaration could result in the city not having to help pay for homeowner clean up.
09/12/2013 11:00pmA 25-year-old man with Down's syndrome and his father laced up their shoes and set out to achieve what they never thought possible — they are walking across the state.
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