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August 22nd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

Stockton talks about new book 'Assisted', Jazz career, coaching, life

11/18/2013 12:02am
John Stockton talks about his new book "Assisted," his career with the Jazz, retirement, family and more.

Malware 'CryptoLocker' forces computer user to pay ransom for files

11/18/2013 7:38am
Cyber security experts say it's one of the most malicious threats they've ever seen. It's malware called CryptoLocker.

Jury hearing lawsuit over avalanche death

11/18/2013 8:11am
A deadly avalanche from five years ago is being relived in a Summit County courtroom this week.

Some foster kids 'aging out' of system ignore aid that's available

11/18/2013 8:37am
Every year, about 24,000 kids "age out" of the foster care system across the country. Foster care workers in Utah say the transition into adulthood can be more than some kids can handle.

Choir students' letters to Santa raise money for Make-A-Wish

11/18/2013 9:36am
Singers of the Madeleine Choir School wrote notes to Santa. Each letter, which goes to a Macy's store, will add $1 to Utah's Make-A-Wish campaign.

Red blood cell size and depression linked for some patients, study shows

11/18/2013 9:50am
A new study out of the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute shows a link between red cell distribution width levels and depression in heart patients.

Sunday storm made 'perfect recipe for avalanche accidents' this week

11/18/2013 10:46am
A small avalanche Sunday may signify the tip of the avalanche iceberg, forecasters say.

Photos: Hiking Logan Peak in winter

11/18/2013 11:01am
Logan Peak is an incredible must-hike mountain in Cache Valley. It provides hikers with incredible views of Northern Utah, Southern Idaho, Southwestern Wyoming, and the Uinta Range.

Man killed in rollover near Utah-Idaho border

11/18/2013 11:32am
A 26-year-old Idaho man has been killed in a single-vehicle rollover near the Utah-Idaho border.

DEA agents nab 2 more in cocaine operation 'done over phones'

11/18/2013 4:41pm
Two more people allegedly connected to a cocaine operation that involved the sale of more than 100 customers a day have been arrested by DEA agents.

Police remain mostly quiet on details of deadly South Jordan shooting

11/18/2013 5:37pm
The initial autopsies on two young boys found dead in the basement of a Daybreak home have been completed, but South Jordan police aren't releasing details.

Utah minority students more likely to be labeled gifted, study says

11/18/2013 7:17pm
When comparing students who have the same grades, minority students are more likely to be labeled gifted, according to a new study from UVU.

Man hospitalized following auto-pedestrian accident in Logan

11/18/2013 7:39pm
A man was hospitalized with suspected head trauma Monday after being hit by a pickup truck while crossing the street.

South Jordan councilman pushing for new city-run school district

11/18/2013 7:46pm
Should South Jordan create its own school district, cutting all ties to Jordan School District?

Centerville man regaining sight after devastating ATV crash

11/18/2013 7:49pm
A Davis County man narrowly survived an ATV crash that crushed almost every bone in his face. Though doctors told him he would likely never see again, he's slowly regaining his sight and inspiring others along the way.

Vandalized arch receives much-needed makeover from Boy Scouts

11/18/2013 8:09pm
When Brent Taylor first learned about Moonshine Arch, the scoutmaster knew it was a perfect spot for a campout. And when he found out the arch had been vandalized, he knew his Scouts could clean it up. He just didn't know how. So, he asked an expert.

Deputies: Burglars ignore cash; opt for jerky, soda

11/18/2013 8:40pm
Deputies are looking for two men who broke into a Weber County store twice in less than a week. But it wasn't money the burglars were after.

Martin MacNeill set for 2nd trial on sex abuse

11/18/2013 9:06pm
Convicted murderer Martin MacNeill will get a two-month delay before he faces his next legal hurdle. A judge on Monday delayed a pending trial on a sexual abuse charge until February.

Crash on U.S. 89 kills one, critically injures another

11/18/2013 9:19pm
A woman is dead and a man is in extremely critical condition following a head-on collision on U.S. 89 near Gunnison on Monday morning.

'Opt-in' Internet pornography initiative bad news for some Internet providers

11/18/2013 10:36pm
A new initiative gaining ground in the U.S. would require Internet service providers to filter out pornography before it reaches customers. While many parents would undoubtedly appreciate such a measure, it could prove fatal for small Internet companies.

Dozens sickened after carbon monoxide leak at elementary school

11/18/2013 10:50pm
Forty-four students and adults from Montezuma Creek Elementary School were treated for possible carbon monoxide poisoning Monday.

Victims make crime easy for car thieves in Utah, police say

11/18/2013 11:09pm
On average, approximately 16 cars are stolen a day in Utah. There were 6,000 reports of stolen vehicles in 2012, and police acknowledge the criminals aren't letting up this year.

New campaign aims to promote gun safety in homes with kids

11/18/2013 11:13pm
The message of Bulletproof Kids is simple: Owning a gun is a right, but protecting children is a responsibility.

Deadly new drug easy for teens to buy online, DEA warns

11/18/2013 11:44pm
The DEA is warning parents about a new drug that is easily accessible to teens and is already in Utah.
 
   
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