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Texas man pays $465 for kids' delinquent lunch accounts

02/07/2014 7:47am
The throwing away of kids' lunches at Uintah Elementary in Salt Lake prompted a man in Houston to take action at the school where he volunteers.

Family Research Council supports Utah's appeal in gay marriage case

02/07/2014 8:14am
A conservative Christian lobbying group filed a court brief Thursday supporting Utah's appeal of a judge's ruling that struck down the state's ban on same-sex marriage.

82 percent of Utahns favor second Olympic bid

02/07/2014 10:22am
Twelve years after the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City, 82 percent of Utahns said they supported a second bid to host the games.

Last-minute construction part of preparations in Sochi

02/07/2014 10:35am
A couple of things are obvious at the Mountain Cluster: There isn't a lot of snow, and there is a lot of construction still underway.

Lawmakers pass bills on 'revenge porn', child sex abuse law

02/07/2014 10:53am
Here are the bills Utah lawmakers are currently looking at, including criminalizing 'revenge porn', language for the child sex abuse law, electric car fees and funding for deaf and blind classrooms.

5 affordable warm winter escapes

02/07/2014 11:02am
Are you ready to escape the Utah's freezing winter temperatures? Here are 5 warm weather destinations that are easy on the wallet.

Save time, money and the environment: 7 tips for sustainable driving

02/07/2014 2:12pm
Whether you're looking to save the world, or just a bit of cash, driving a little "greener" is easier than you think.

LDS Church announces international board members for Young Women's organization

02/07/2014 2:19pm
Women across the world will work together to lead auxiliaries in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the church announced Friday.

Have You Seen This? Most creative BMX bike rider on Earth

02/07/2014 2:54pm
Local BMX biker Tate Roskelley has been dubbed by some as the most creative BMX bike rider on Earth. You may not agree, but he's making a strong case.

Lawmakers encourage funding for CPR education

02/07/2014 4:06pm
House Speaker Rebecca Lockhart made a special note on her calendar so she'd remember to wear red on Friday. Sen. Kevin Van Tassell, R- Vernal, sported not only a red shirt under his suit jacket, but also red hair at the Senate floor meeting Friday.

Man with dementia found in South Salt Lake

02/07/2014 4:58pm
A man with dementia from Sanpete County was found safe in South Salt Lake Friday.

Reward offered for info about cat shot with arrow

02/07/2014 6:28pm
The Humane Society of Utah is offering a reward for information that leads to the arrest of the person responsible for shooting a cat with an arrow.

$750K needed for Utah State Fair to continue, director says

02/07/2014 6:57pm
The 111-year-old tradition called the Utah State Fair is hurting, but lawmakers say they want answers before they agree to render any first aid.

Cory Wride's family starts petition for officer protection

02/07/2014 7:05pm
The family of slain Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride wants to protect more officers by raising awareness of the vulnerabilities officers face inside their own patrol cars.

Snow a welcome site for Utah farmers, ranchers

02/07/2014 7:17pm
Woodruff Narrows Reservoir in Rich County has been greatly depleted over the last few years, and nearby farmers need the water. But according to state experts, getting enough water to get out of the drought will be a very tall order.

Teen in Utah county shooting to remain in custody

02/07/2014 7:17pm
A judge has ruled a 17-year-old girl will remain in custody at least another week while prosecutors work to determine what happened when she was with a man who killed one deputy and wounded another last week.

Police arrest man in connection with elderly woman's death

02/07/2014 7:19pm
Police have arrested a man suspected of driving the car of an 85-year-old woman on the morning she was found dead in her burning house. Investigators also believe he knows how the woman died.

Utah family shares story of son's heroin addiction

02/07/2014 7:59pm
Heroin is affecting more Utah families after use of the drug started to rise six years ago.

From Utah with love

02/07/2014 8:18pm
KSL and local Utahns give their best wishes to the Olympians looking for medals for the red, white and blue.

Former nurse accused of sexually abusing patient ordered to stand trial

02/07/2014 8:49pm
A former nurse accused of sexually abusing a patient at Uintah Basin Medical Center in Roosevelt and then threatening to put her into cardiac arrest has been ordered to stand trial.

New policy set after dumped school lunches

02/07/2014 9:11pm
Under a new Salt Lake City School District policy, students will receive full lunches independent of their balances.

Planned power outage has Cache Valley residents worried, upset

02/07/2014 10:42pm
Hundreds of northern Utah homeowners will be without power for most of the day Saturday thanks to a planned outage that Rocky Mountain Power representatives say has to happen, despite the cold and snow.

Demolition begins in preparation for new Performing Arts Center

02/07/2014 10:51pm
Demolition crews started tearing down several buildings on Main Street Friday to make way for the new Performing Arts Center in Salt Lake City.
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