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October 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (14 Stories)

Survivors recall Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor

12/08/2013 2:54am
For the first time since the war, Alvis Taylor returned to Pearl Harbor and recalled the surprise Japanese air attack that plunged America into World War II.

Snow College names longtime Utah educator as interim president

12/08/2013 9:33am
As outgoing president Scott Wyatt takes the helm at Southern Utah University, the state board of regents has called on a longtime educator to serve as the interim leader at Snow College.

New UDOT program recruits citizen reporters

12/08/2013 10:48am
The Utah Department of Transportation Citizen Reporting Program enlists volunteers to report on current road conditions along specific roadway segments across Utah.

Highway officials offer tips on driving on ice

12/08/2013 12:20pm
Drivers beware. With bitter cold temperatures settling in over a big chunk of the country, highway officials are warning people to stay off slick roads and, if they must go out, take extra care when getting behind the wheel.

Rotary Club donates dictionaries to Utah third-graders

12/08/2013 1:19pm
More than 70 third-graders at Nibley Park School excitedly thumbed through brand-new dictionaries with their names on them Wednesday morning.

HIV returns in two patients after bone marrow transplant

12/08/2013 1:42pm
HIV has returned in two patients who doctors hoped had been cured of the virus following bone marrow transplants, the Boston researcher who treated them said Saturday.

Snow causes accidents around Utah, delays travel

12/08/2013 3:49pm
Snowstorms Saturday evening caused more than 100 crashes across the state, and also stopped planes, buses and some automobiles in the St. George area.

Motorists trapped by snowstorm on Arizona Strip

12/08/2013 6:02pm
Up to 300 vehicles were stuck overnight Saturday on the Arizona Strip, a 30-mile stretch of I-15 between Utah and Nevada in northwestern Arizona because of an unusual snowstorm.

Intoxicated driver crashes into home in West Valley City

12/08/2013 6:44pm
Ashley Weekes and Brandon Kelsey hadn't been upstairs in their house more than five minutes when they heard a loud crash downstairs.

Man stationed at Hill Air Force Base killed in snowmobiling accident

12/08/2013 7:29pm
A 22-year-old member of the Air Force stationed at Hill Air Force Base was killed in a snowmobiling accident Sunday.

Friends work to reunite family members half a world apart

12/08/2013 9:02pm
Adriana Mize is an hourly worker in a Saratoga Springs school kitchen. With her friendly and sweet demeanor, you would never know the heartache she feels, daily – a heartache that comes from missing her parents who live 6,000 miles away in Romania.

Truck crashes into Jordan River

12/08/2013 10:30pm
Three people suffered minor injuries Sunday after their vehicles collided head-on, sending one down a 20-foot embankment into the Jordan River.

Church raises money to restore century-old pipe organ

12/08/2013 10:30pm
A Salt Lake City church launched a social media campaign over the weekend to raise money for a collection of 3300 pipes.

Giving rather than receiving among themes at Christmas Devotional

12/08/2013 10:31pm
The annual Christmas Devotional for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was held Sunday night at the Conference Center in downtown Salt Lake.
 
   
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