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September 16th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (27 Stories)

Medical centers hit by IV fluid shortage

03/31/2014 7:42am
A shortage of the IV fluids have led facilities like the Huntsman Cancer Institute to implement conservation strategies, while other smaller clinics are working from shipment to shipment.

How much of charitable donations reach those in need?

03/31/2014 7:53am
When you give money to charities, do you know how much really goes to the people who need it? State officials say a lot of Utahns don't know where the money is going when they sign a check.

Military suicide rates climbing in nation, including Utah

03/31/2014 8:34am
A large study of nearly 1 million soldiers shows the Army suicide rate surpassed the civilian suicide rate in 2008 and continues to rise. And Utah is no stranger to military suicide.

Police ask public's help to find Family Dollar robbers

03/31/2014 9:45am
Taylorsville police are looking for two men who they say robbed a Family Dollar store at gunpoint Sunday. Investigators suspect one of the gunmen robbed the same store in early March.

Quiz: Where is this in Utah?

03/31/2014 10:28am
Think you know the spaces and places of Utah? Have you been there and done that? Take this quiz and prove it.

5 moments that made someone's day

03/31/2014 11:11am
Life can be a roller coaster, but even in the dark times, there is always good to be found in the world. Whether it's the stranger that gives up their seat on the train or the person that puts away your shopping cart for you.

Need better rates? Local company combines personal lending, crowdsourcing

03/31/2014 11:30am
If you've applied for a loan recently, then you know how tough banks' lending criteria have become. A new lending option called a Sponsored Loan applies the concept of crowdsourcing to personal lending, providing low interest debt management.

Analysts say Utah redistricting tough on Democrats

03/31/2014 1:47pm
Utah's seven-term Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Matheson has brushed aside speculation that his decision to retire from Congress this year was spurred by fear he would lose his seat to a tough GOP challenger.

Officer jumps over hood of stolen car to avoid being hit

03/31/2014 1:53pm
A Unified police officer had to dive over the hood of his vehicle Sunday to avoid being run over by a driver who investigators say was aiming for him.

Police looking for potential witness in downtown shooting

03/31/2014 3:02pm
Police say they have found the rental vehicle driven by a woman possibly connected to a California man shot and killed by police last week.

March 2014: Utah Photo Gallery

03/31/2014 4:04pm
From the amateur enthusiasts to the professional photographer, users from across the state send in their best weather shots each month for their chance to win weekly and monthly prizes, as well as an opportunity to appear in the yearly KSL Les Olsen Photo Calendar.

3 judges randomly selected for Utah same-sex marriage case

03/31/2014 4:45pm
Three veteran 10th Circuit Court of Appeals judges will hear arguments next week in Utah's same-sex marriage case.

Woman accused of killing child in stroller gets 88 days in jail

03/31/2014 6:01pm
Kimberly Samantha Re Munoz, who is accused of hitting and killing a 2-year-old who was being pushed in a stroller by his mother, was sentenced to 88 days in jail Monday for the death of Gavyn Barnett.

Provo City Center Temple topped with Angel Moroni statue

03/31/2014 6:05pm
The Angel Moroni statue was placed on top of the new LDS Provo City Center Temple Monday.

Hurricane police search for man involved in pharmacy robbery

03/31/2014 6:32pm
Police are seeking the public's help in locating a man involved in an armed robbery Monday.

Ukrainian pleads guilty after flight disruption

03/31/2014 7:21pm
A Ukrainian man who told the FBI he had been drinking heavily for 50 days before causing a ruckus on a flight from Boston to Salt Lake City pleaded guilty Monday to interfering with a flight crew as part of a deal with prosecutors.

Suspect in BYU student assault gave victim a ride home, charges state

03/31/2014 7:26pm
A man arrested for investigation of breaking into a female BYU student's apartment and fondling her had given her a ride home from the store earlier that day, according to court documents.

Man in 'total disbelief' after crashing into moose

03/31/2014 7:52pm
A West Valley man was doing remarkably well Monday after surviving a weekend head-on collision with a moose. He suffered several injuries but says he's extremely grateful to all of those who came to his aid following the accident.

Health care website buggy on deadline day

03/31/2014 8:01pm
Utah residents signing up for health insurance ahead of Monday night's deadline encountered problems with the online marketplace reminiscent of the website's launch in October.

2 arrested during Holi's festival of colors

03/31/2014 8:12pm
The Hindu celebration called Holi drew tens of thousands to the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork this weekend. Two people were arrested.

Air pollution tracking goes airborne, thanks to Weber State invention

03/31/2014 8:22pm
Students at Weber State University say they've found a new and improved way to track air pollution. Instead of getting data from fixed areas in the state, their system can bring information specific to a neighborhood.

Hearing set for former officer charged with DUI

03/31/2014 9:02pm
A preliminary hearing has been set for a former Washington County sheriff's lieutenant charged with DUI.

Salt Lake police arrest 2 in kidnapping of New York woman

03/31/2014 9:42pm
Two people have been arrested in the case of a woman who police say was kidnapped in New York and brought to Salt Lake City as part of a human trafficking ring.

Orem massage parlor raided on suspicion of sex crimes

03/31/2014 10:09pm
Orem Police detectives raided a massage business Monday they said was offering sex acts in addition to the spa treatment.

First Uintah County drug treatment center planned for 2015

03/31/2014 11:06pm
Organizers are working to open a faith-based drug treatment center in Uintah County by the beginning of 2015. The proposed center, the first of its kind in the county, has support from law enforcement, prosecutors and judges.

Parents arrested for using heroin in front of children, police say

03/31/2014 11:07pm
A couple was arrested after allegedly using heroin in front of their children Sunday, police said.

Thrown from car and run over twice, Provo man shares story of survival

03/31/2014 11:16pm
A Provo man is thankful for the support of his family after he was nearly killed in a car crash three months ago. He is slowly recovering, but his medical bills are piling up.
 
   
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