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New charges filed against man accused of driving up Capitol steps

01/09/2014 6:56am
New charges were filed Wednesday against the man police say drove up the steps of the Utah Capitol in an incident that ended in an altercation with an officer last year.

Man shot by officers faces attempted murder charge

01/09/2014 7:25am
A man who allegedly threatened an officer and was shot by police has been charged with attempted murder.

Board OKs air quality plan as critics call for tougher measures

01/09/2014 8:16am
The Utah Air Quality Board on Wednesday adopted the final part the state's plans to improve air quality, despite several Utahns' assertions that the measures are not strict enough.

Schools earn over $10K by saving energy

01/09/2014 9:19am
A five month energy consumption challenge ended up with big utility savings for the Salt Lake School District.

Ask a Dietitian: The truth about salt

01/09/2014 9:35am
Every week in January one of Harmons four registered dietitians will be responding to your health and nutrition questions. This Week: How can I reduce my salt intake while still eating flavorful, delicious food?"

Judge: Man accused of killing parents still incompetent to stand trial

01/09/2014 12:24pm
A Castle Dale man accused of killing his parents in 2009 is still incompetent to stand trial, a judge ruled Thursday.

7 winter driving tips to help you arrive safely

01/09/2014 2:32pm
Though it sounds pretty idyllic, most of us won't be "walking in a winter wonderland" anytime soon. With our busy schedules, we'll likely be driving to work or school or the grocery store. And that means that we'll all be navigating those snowy, icy winter roads together — which can be a challenge in itself.

Attorneys fire back at Steven Powell's motion to dismiss $1.8M judgement

01/09/2014 2:47pm
Attorneys representing two young girls who were secretly photographed by neighbor Steven Powell have fired back at Powell's motion to dismiss the $1.8 million civil judgment against him.

The most anticipated films of 2014

01/09/2014 3:17pm
John Clyde and Travis Poppleton of the Flicks Junkies podcast have come up with their personal lists of must-see movies of 2014.

Burglars arrested after man captures them on home surveillance, sheriff says

01/09/2014 4:58pm
Four men were arrested on suspicion of burglary after a homeowner caught them on his surveillance system, according to the Summit County Sheriff's Department.

Top 5 weight loss apps for 2014

01/09/2014 6:31pm
The secret to losing weight this year could already be in your back pocket.

Paying kids to eat healthy boosts produce consumption, BYU study shows

01/09/2014 6:38pm
Researchers at Brigham Young University have recently found a way to get kids to eat more fruits and vegetables: pay them to do it.

Evidence, findings from scene described at Esar Met trial

01/09/2014 7:05pm
The third day of trial in the case of a man charged with killing his young neighbor included evidence from the girl's uncle, police officers and others who responded to investigate the crime scene.

Semitrailer crash injures driver and passenger on I-15, closes 1 lane

01/09/2014 7:08pm
The driver of a semi was injured when the truck crashed on I-15 Thursday.

Man allegedly forged fake money, checks, IDs to buy meth

01/09/2014 7:25pm
Police have arrested an Orem man they say was involved in forging checks, money and identifications so he could buy meth.

Midvale fertility worker allegedly switched sperm sample with his own

01/09/2014 7:34pm
One family got more than they bargained for when they decided to test their DNA for genealogy research.

Roosevelt trucking company fined for manure spill

01/09/2014 8:16pm
A Roosevelt trucking company owned in part by a Duchesne County commissioner has agreed to pay a fine for spilling an unknown amount of cow manure into a stream.

Crews begin demolition of Deseret Chemical Depot

01/09/2014 8:43pm
A demolition crew has begun tearing down the U.S. Army's chemical weapons incinerator complex in Utah. The plant has finished the job it was built for two decades ago, destroying almost half the nation's stockpile of chemical weapons.

City, business leaders look for solutions for Utah's drought

01/09/2014 9:20pm
More city and business leaders are looking for long-term water solutions for their communities as the latest winter storms fail to restore hope in an end to Utah's drought.

iPhone celebrates 7 years of revolutionizing technology

01/09/2014 9:37pm
Seven years ago Thursday, the world changed. Apple founder Steve Jobs announced the very first iPhone.

Drivers advised to give snowplows space on roads

01/09/2014 9:56pm
As state plows hit the roads to clear the snow Thursday afternoon, plow drivers described the kind of dangers they run into every time they're plowing snow in traffic.

Body discovered at Snowbasin identified; 4 arrested for alleged homicide

01/09/2014 10:12pm
Four people were booked into jail for investigation of kidnapping and shooting a man found dead near Snowbasin this week.

Bingham HS student arrested after alleged terroristic threat

01/09/2014 10:21pm
A juvenile who allegedly made undisclosed threats of actions toward Bingham High School has been arrested, police said.

Plaintiff in same-sex lawsuit calls for civility from both sides

01/09/2014 10:24pm
A man at the heart of Utah's same-sex marriage case calls for civility on social media from both sides.

Man who told police his wife committed suicide charged with murder

01/09/2014 10:31pm
A Midvale man who told police his wife shot herself in a car on State Street has been charged with murder.

'Honesty is the best policy' when faced with crisis, adviser says

01/09/2014 10:45pm
Historically, when people with fame, position or power face crises, they often turn to tactics of denial rather than owning up to their mistakes.

Body of SLC woman missing since 1982 identified in Ohio

01/09/2014 10:54pm
A Salt Lake City woman missing since 1982 has been identified by Ohio police.
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