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December 21st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (28 Stories)

Man sentenced to 1 year in jail for DUI death

04/15/2014 6:46am
A Magna man has been sentenced to serve one year in jail for a DUI crash that killed a Price woman in July 2013.

Officer had little choice in shooting of suicidal man, police say

04/15/2014 7:28am
Police said an officer had little choice but to shoot a suicidal man Sunday after the man pointed a gun at officers. Experts say there are resources for those who are suicidal.

Police thank public for identifying theft suspects

04/15/2014 7:43am
West Jordan police are thanking the public for helping them identify two people suspected of stealing from a Lenscrafter store.

Former officer pleads guilty to faking DUI reports

04/15/2014 8:39am
A former Unified police officer charged with faking DUI reports and illegally collecting thousands of dollars in overtime entered guilty pleas Monday.

Tax Day freebies and deals

04/15/2014 9:00am
To help de-stress after doing your taxes, here are several local deals on food and treats!

Millville man charged with homicide in fatal crash

04/15/2014 9:36am
A homicide charge has been filed against the 40-year-old Millville man accused in a fatal crash that claimed the life of the co-owner of a popular coffee roasting house in Logan.

6 facts about the Titanic on its 102nd anniversary

04/15/2014 9:49am
The famous ship sank over 100 years ago, but there is still endless mystery surrounding the Titanic today. Here are six facts you may not know about the ship.

Want to finish your basement? 5 tips to get you started

04/15/2014 10:03am
Finishing your basement can be a daunting task. Here are five tips from budgeting to design to help you decide if finishing your basement is right for you.

Man threatened to kill interracial family, charges state

04/15/2014 10:14am
A 70-year-old man faces federal hate crime charges for allegedly writing a note threatening to kill an interracial Hurricane family if they didn't leave town.

Infant's life saved after new heart procedure

04/15/2014 10:25am
A new procedure is available to help infants of a heart defect that affects hundreds of children yearly. But because the Food and Drug Administration doesn't recognize the procedure, few families know about its usefulness and health benefits.

Court date set for Utah teen in North Vegas crash

04/15/2014 12:16pm
Sentencing is scheduled next week for an 18- year-old Utah woman on a felony leaving the scene of an accident charge in a crash that hurt eight pedestrians outside a storefront church in North Las Vegas last summer.

5 modern suggestions for wedding gifts

04/15/2014 2:00pm
Wedding gifts can be tough to decide on. You want something affordable, yet relevant to the couple's needs. Check out these 5 truths about wedding gifts.

Obama to Uchtdorf, faith leaders: My hands are tied on immigration reform

04/15/2014 2:31pm
President Barack Obama met with President Dieter F. Uchtdorf and other religious leaders Tuesday morning to discuss the importance of taking action on immigration reform and told them a permanent solution lies in the hands of Congress.

Sound spotlight: Local artists inspired by spirituality, nature and love

04/15/2014 2:47pm
The National Parks band is rising in popularity. Inspired by a love of nature and spirituality that drives their music, the band members are enjoying the ride, working on a second album and gearing up to tour both in and out of Utah.

Couple accused of scamming Apple store out of iPhones

04/15/2014 3:04pm
Two people were arrested over the weekend for allegedly using fake IDs to get discounts on Apple products.

Judge declines to set trial date for Jeremy Johnson fraud case

04/15/2014 4:02pm
Federal prosecutors are pushing for a trial date in their case against St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson, but the judge isn't ready to set one.

2 robbers arrested during routine traffic stop, police say

04/15/2014 5:30pm
Two men who allegedly assaulted a man and stole his wallet were arrested during a routine traffic stop Saturday, police said.

Ceremony honoring police officers to feature 'Heroes Behind the Badge' film

04/15/2014 6:38pm
A room at Granger High School was prepared Tuesday night for a ceremony to honor the good things officers do, including a special screening of a new documentary about police.

Police seek help identifying bank robber

04/15/2014 7:10pm
Police are looking for a man they said robbed a bank in Salt Lake City.

Woman frustrated by postponed sentencing for impaired driver

04/15/2014 7:51pm
A Utah County woman involved in a head-on collision a year ago will have to wait a little longer to find out what will happen to the impaired driver who pleaded guilty in connection with the crash.

Utah Symphony announces outdoor concert series in national parks

04/15/2014 8:22pm
The Utah Symphony has announced a series of concerts in iconic settings within Utah's Mighty 5 National Parks.

Ute Tribe, U. reach agreement on continued use of Utes

04/15/2014 8:47pm
After five years without a formal agreement in place, the Ute Indian Tribe and the University of Utah inked a new deal Tuesday that will allow the school's sports team to continue using the name Utes.

Religion takes to the Internet

04/15/2014 9:46pm
Creating digital apps, amping up profiles and making sure members and missionaries are prepared to share their message, religion is going where their congregations gather — online.

Dinosaur discoveries in Utah's 'amazing place' get national attention

04/15/2014 10:05pm
In the past 15 years, scientists have dug up at least nine — and possibly as many as 20 — new species of dinosaurs in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Now, National Geographic magazine is publicizing the remarkable discoveries.

Council discusses backlog of over 600 rape kits

04/15/2014 10:17pm
The Salt Lake City Police Department met with City Council members Tuesday to discuss a backlog of more than 600 unprocessed "rape kits" that have accumulated since 2004.

Pedestrian hit and killed by FrontRunner train

04/15/2014 10:19pm
A pedestrian was killed Tuesday night after being hit by a FrontRunner train.

Medical examinations of 7 infants may be lengthy, expert says

04/15/2014 10:27pm
As police waited Tuesday for results from the medical examiner, questions about how a Pleasant Grove woman accused of killing six newborn infants was allegedly able to conceal seven pregnancies continued to swirl.

Proposed Wellsville truck stop raises safety concerns

04/15/2014 10:53pm
A simmering two-year battle over a proposed truck stop in Cache County intensifies tomorrow as neighbors take their concerns to the Wellsville City Council.
 
   
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