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September 19th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (28 Stories)

BYU dance teacher killed in car accident 'loved by everyone'

04/29/2014 6:58am
There was a major outpouring of love and support for the family of a Utah dance teacher who was killed in a car accident Monday morning.

Attorney sentenced for sex with teenage girl

04/29/2014 7:43am
Defense attorney Steven Kuhnhausen, 66, was sentenced to jail, home confinement, probation and community service Monday for unlawful conduct with a 16- or 17-year-old.

Courtroom defeat won't stop Utah in roads fight

04/29/2014 8:04am
Despite losing at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in the fight to preserve access to Salt Creek Canyon Road at Canyonlands National Park, the Utah Attorney General's Office said it will not back off its roads fight in thousands of other claims.

'Prank It Forward' changes the life of recipient

04/29/2014 8:09am
Chelsea Roff was the recipient of a generous prank — money, a car and a glamorous vacation — that helped change her life and boost her nonprofit, which helps those with eating disorders.

Fatal house fire started by iron

04/29/2014 8:45am
Cedar City fire investigators say an iron left on an ironing board started the blaze at a home where a 92-year-old woman died over the weekend.

New details for Provo MTC expansion released

04/29/2014 10:34am
New details for the expansion of the LDS Missionary Training Center in Provo were released Tuesday.

Cedar City man jailed on child sex assault charges

04/29/2014 10:49am
A 31-year-old Cedar City man has been arrested on charges accusing him of repeatedly sexually assaulting a young girl over a period of four years.

Provo girl sings 'Let It Go' at Radio Disney Music Awards

04/29/2014 11:01am
11-year-old Aaliyah Rose was chosen by Radio Disney to close out its big awards show Sunday.

BYU animation program brings home 2 student Emmys

04/29/2014 1:01pm
In a span of 11 years, the Brigham Young University animation program has been awarded 16 student Emmys.

Have You Seen This? Porta-potty shuffle

04/29/2014 1:15pm
At least one person got a good laugh out of Utah's recent windstorms, and he shared it on YouTube for us all to enjoy.

First-time Dem delegate offers tips and advice

04/29/2014 1:34pm
Here's some tips and advice for first-time conventiongoers, or anyone wanting to be more involved in the election process.

Local band lives at 80 mph

04/29/2014 2:01pm
Sound Spotlight: Desert Noises is a band inspired by the musicians they've come in contact with as they travel the country to share their sound.

Tips for managing sleep apnea and how treatment can help

04/29/2014 2:06pm
Are you still suffering sleepless nights due to a sleep disorders? Do you know if you have a sleep disorder? Put a rest to your questions.

User photos: This week in news

04/29/2014 2:34pm
This week's user photos include: standoff on I- 15 near Beaver, wind storm sends trampolines flying and overturns semis, car accidents and a fire at an elementary school in Spanish Fork.

Missing Millcreek man found safe

04/29/2014 3:30pm
Police confirmed that Bobbie Bond, 76, last seen at Mt. Olympus Rehabilitation Center at 6:30 p.m., Monday, was found safe Tuesday afternoon.

2 Orem men convicted in fatal shooting sentenced to prison

04/29/2014 4:16pm
Mason French and Travis Waldron, Orem men accused of shooting and killing a third man, Rupert Miley, were both sentenced to prison Monday.

New law allows Utah liquor licenses to be bought and sold

04/29/2014 5:02pm
Utah liquor licenses could soon become valuable commodities under a new state law allowing them to be bought and sold on the open market.

Man turns Facebook friends into 'real' friends with road trip

04/29/2014 6:04pm
Mikel McLaughlin is on day 28 of his of his project, which he has taken him to six states so far.

Heber City student pens inspiring essay about recovery from dog attack

04/29/2014 6:54pm
A Heber City 8th-grader, attacked by a dog, sets out to overcome his fear of dogs by working at the local shelter. He then writes about it and earns national accolades for his essay from the daughter of Jackie Robinson.

Canyons School Board selects new superintendent

04/29/2014 7:13pm
The Canyons Board of Education on Tuesday selected DeKalb, Illinois, educator James Briscoe as the district's second superintendent.

Man accused of sex and drug trafficking found dead in jail cell

04/29/2014 7:36pm
The alleged mastermind of a sex and drug trafficking ring in Utah was found dead of an apparent suicide in his Salt Lake County Jail cell Monday.

Crow hunting, fall turkey hunt may be coming to Utah

04/29/2014 7:43pm
The Division of Wildlife Resources has proposed legalizing crow hunting in the state of Utah and adding fall turkey hunts and they want the public's input.

Ogden man dead following SWAT standoff

04/29/2014 7:44pm
Three people were arrested Tuesday afternoon for car theft. Police found a fourth man barricaded in an apartment with a handgun.

Provo City to purchase Rock Canyon

04/29/2014 7:57pm
Provo city officials are making sure one of the most popular outdoor recreation areas in Provo, Rock Canyon, will remain the way it is.

2 Wasatch High students charged in alleged hazing-like incident

04/29/2014 8:57pm
Two Wasatch High School basketball players have been charged with disorderly conduct in connection with an incident that allegedly took place during a team bus trip. At least one of their teammates described the incident as "hazing."

New pin given to teens who care for Utah Fallen Officers memorial

04/29/2014 10:09pm
A first-of-its-kind pin was awarded to members of the Salt Lake City Police Explorers unit during a ceremony Tuesday evening.

Alleged drug ring in Lehi run like major corporation, police say

04/29/2014 10:35pm
With multiple defendants facing criminal charges in connection with a sweeping drug case in Utah County, police went in-depth with KSL investigative reporter Debbie Dujanovic to explain why they believe the operation was successful.

Woman discovers she was adopted by relatives after meeting birth mother

04/29/2014 11:21pm
A Salt Lake City woman discovered she was adopted by her birth mother's relatives.
 
   
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