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Archive: News / Utah (15 Stories)

Brain scans show evidence of concussion months after injury

12/26/2013 7:30am
Recent reports show symptoms of concussions may be seen in brain scans months after the injury happens. But can over-thinking make those symptoms worse?

Firefighters rescue horse from icy water

12/26/2013 9:32am
A horse is recovering after Layton firefighters rescued it from an icy pond on Christmas night.

Clean air advocates sing renditions of carols to encourage change

12/26/2013 3:42pm
A group of clean air advocates gathered at Library Square on Thursday to sing special Utah- and inversion-themed Christmas songs. The carolers urged policymakers to address air quality in the state.

Doctor inspires family, patients by running 1K miles

12/26/2013 5:47pm
With less than week until 2014, have you decided on a New Year's resolution? If your goal is to get active, here's some inspiration.

Store clerk assaulted during robbery

12/26/2013 7:14pm
Police were looking for three men who they believe robbed a convenience store and assaulted the clerk.

There yet? UPS, FedEx moving Christmas packages late

12/26/2013 7:15pm
Both UPS and FedEx are trying to catch up with a Christmas backlog as thousands of people, many here in Utah, are still waiting on holiday packages.

Park City hosts trials for first Olympic women's ski jumping

12/26/2013 7:20pm
Women ski jumpers have been fighting the International Olympics Committee since the 1998 Winter Games to be included as an Olympic sport. Now the first-ever trials are taking place in Park City on Sunday.

Appointed A.G. Reyes seeks 'openness and collaboration'

12/26/2013 7:23pm
Utah's new Attorney General admits he has a lot on his place in the wake of the John Swallow scandal and the Amendment 3 appeal.

5 ways to make flying with kids a breeze

12/26/2013 7:33pm
This time of year, many people find themselves braving the airport with kids in tow. Use these tips to make your next flight no sweat.

Woman tells businesses to remove snow from accessible parking spaces

12/26/2013 8:23pm
When a snow storm hits, many people have problems getting into parking lots, but one Utah woman with a disability is pointing out that it is illegal for businesses to not remove snow from handicap parking stalls.

Police post photos of texting drivers

12/26/2013 9:10pm
St. George police are taking pictures of texting drivers in an effort to stop distracted driving.

2 with Utah ties shot in San Diego

12/26/2013 10:39pm
A shooting in a San Diego mall parking lot on Christmas Eve left one woman dead and a man in extremely critical condition, and it was being watched closely by friends and family members in Utah.

Utah's request delayed for stay on same-sex marriage ruling

12/26/2013 10:42pm
The state plans to use outside legal counsel to seek a stay from the U.S. Supreme Court of last Friday's ruling striking down Utah's voter- approved constitutional amendment on marriage.

Utah officials work to allow same-sex couples to file joint taxes

12/26/2013 10:46pm
Utah doesn't allow same-sex married couples to file joint tax returns, but officials say they're working to change that — and the clock is ticking.

BYU student films documentary after experience in modeling industry

12/26/2013 10:53pm
A BYU student is filming a documentary about underage models after experiencing the industry firsthand.
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