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August 27th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (14 Stories)

Man charged in alleged Burger King bathroom assault

11/02/2013 9:34am
A man accused of physically and sexually assaulting a woman in a restaurant bathroom has been charged with aggravated sexual abuse and aggravated kidnapping.

DOJ claims Orem tax preparer cost government $416M

11/02/2013 10:27am
Federal authorities want to shut down an Orem tax return preparation service that they allege resulted in a $416 million loss to the government the past five years.

Second woman charged with sex abuse of neighborhood teens

11/02/2013 11:01am
A second South Salt Lake woman has been charged with having sex with a teenage boy. The crimes allegedly happened when the women hosted a 13-year-old and his 14-year-old friend at a home.

Thief caught on home surveillance; police request help identifying him

11/02/2013 12:16pm
A string of burglaries has South Jordan police asking the public to help identify the alleged thief. Surveillance cameras at one home caught him in the act.

What's in your spices? Bug parts and rat hair

11/02/2013 12:41pm
You may inadvertently be getting more than you bargained for when you put paprika in your chicken paprikash.

Website misusing Kaysville logo in support of Prop. 5, city says

11/02/2013 1:24pm
City officials are claiming that a website is improperly using the city's logo in an attempt to mislead voters.

Man wanted for alleged credit card fraud

11/02/2013 1:44pm
A man is wanted in connection with suspected credit card fraud.

Should Gov. Herbert expand Medicaid in Utah? Advocacy groups say 'yes'

11/02/2013 4:38pm
A collection of advocacy groups whose top issues aren't necessarily health care joined forces Friday to urge Gov. Gary Herbert to expand Medicaid in Utah.

Swallow investigators ask for subpoena to recover missing records

11/02/2013 5:22pm
Attorneys for the Utah House committee investigating Attorney General John Swallow want a judge to compel him to comply with a subpoena demanding electronic records, including a large amount that might have been lost or deleted.

Hundreds rally in support of Mike Lee; senator balks at recent criticism

11/02/2013 7:48pm
Hundreds turned out for a rally in South Jordan Saturday to show their support for Utah Sen. Mike Lee. The senator, who attended the rally, said he's not worried about recent criticism he's received for his efforts to defund the Affordable Care Act.

Pilot walks away from 'hard landing' in Weber County

11/02/2013 8:44pm
A small plane made a hard landing in a field in Weber County Saturday evening, and the pilot walked away without any injuries.

Model railroad show draws crowds to Utah State Fairpark

11/02/2013 9:32pm
Hundreds turned out at the State Fair Park Saturday for the Wasatch Rails 2013 Utah Model Train Show. The show, which runs all weekend, is designed to celebrate a loved hobby.

Fallen officer's family gives back by organizing 5K run

11/02/2013 10:29pm
Family members remembered a Draper police sergeant killed in the line of duty by giving back Saturday to the very organization that helped them during a time of need.

Danielle Willard's mother calls for police officer terminations, criminal charges

11/02/2013 10:55pm
In November 2012, West Valley City police officers shot and killed a young woman in a case that led to a firestorm of controversy involving the agency. One year later, Danielle Willard's mother is hosting a rally to push for harsher punishment of police officers found guilty of misconduct.
 
   
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