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Archive: News / Utah (18 Stories)

High-ranking schools recognized as Title 1 Reward School in Utah

11/28/2013 9:02am
The Utah State Office of Education has released its list of the 2013-14 Title 1 Reward Schools.

High school students, U. chefs work with Salvation Army to bring Thanksgiving dinner to needy

11/28/2013 9:56am
University of Utah Dining Services donated its kitchens, supplies and staff to prepare nearly 800 Thanksgiving meals for Salt Lake City families. It's the university's first year partnering with the Salvation Army and the Utah Restaurant Association.

Consumer confidence up to record levels in Utah

11/28/2013 11:02am
After a major drop in confidence last month, consumers in the Beehive State have regained their faith in the local economy, a new report states.

Obamas spend quiet Thanksgiving at White House

11/28/2013 11:29am
President Barack Obama celebrated a quiet Thanksgiving at the White House Thursday and called several members of armed forces to thank them for their service to the country.

Ill. tornado survivor searches for missing cards

11/28/2013 12:09pm
Annmarie Klein knows she's blessed to have survived the tornado that leveled her family's central Illinois home, and she understands most of the things they lost – the Jacuzzi, 60-inch TVs, diamond jewelry, the convertible and other vehicles – can be replaced.

Price police ID suspect in armed robbery

11/28/2013 2:29pm
Price police say forensic evidence has helped them identify Domonic Mathew Martinez as a suspect in Tuesday's armed robbery of a grocery store.

100 sex abuse, domestic violence cases possibly closed prematurely, chief says

11/28/2013 3:03pm
Three West Valley police detectives could be punished for possibly closing 100 sex abuse and domestic violence cases prematurely, perhaps leaving victims without help and attackers free to roam.

130K pages of local, rural newspapers added to digital archive

11/28/2013 3:48pm
With the recent addition of 130,000 pages from local and rural newspapers, the Utah Digital Newspapers archive now hosts 1.5 million pages of historic Utah newspapers.

Dixie State bans tobacco from campus

11/28/2013 6:49pm
Dixie State University will soon become a tobacco-free campus.

Person of interest named in hit-and-run that killed elderly man

11/28/2013 7:04pm
Police named a person of interest Thursday in the hit-and-run death of a 73-year-old man.

Thousands snag deals on Thanksgiving day

11/28/2013 7:23pm
Shoppers in Utah lined up early Thursday to snag Thanksgiving day and Black Friday deals. Stores are opening their doors earlier and earlier, including on Thanksgiving day..

Police warn of utility scam on Thanksgiving

11/28/2013 8:34pm
Police in Ogden are reminding people to be cautious of scams, even on holidays.

Missionaries serve those in need with 350K meals

11/28/2013 10:01pm
An assembly line of hundreds of missionaries at the Missionary Training Center spent Thanksgiving sporting bright red hair nets and smiles on their faces as they put together 350,000 meals destined for needy households throughout Utah.

A sailor's dying request fulfilled with honor by Navy, VA staff

11/28/2013 10:07pm
A Navy veteran without any family to speak of was given his wish to be buried at sea thanks to a childhood friend, a caring VA staff and the U.S. Navy.

Car crashes into house; home struck once before

11/28/2013 10:18pm
Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder said it is time the state transportation agency and engineers take a look at a home's dangerous vulnerability given that cars have slammed into it twice now.

Kids with special needs reach out to others for Thanksgiving

11/28/2013 10:22pm
A homeless shelter is not your typical location for an elementary school field trip. But, for the Learning Center class from West Clinton Elementary School, this was exactly where they wanted to be.

What are you grateful for?

11/28/2013 10:28pm
Spending time with loved ones, eating delicious food and crisp fall weather are just a few things to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. Let us know what you are thankful for this season.

Man killed in I-215 crash identified

11/28/2013 10:45pm
One man is dead after a vehicle drove off the freeway and crashed.
 
   
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