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August 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (30 Stories)

Students' anti-bullying program becomes popular with younger kids

05/01/2014 6:55am
An anti-bullying program from a school in the Jordan School District is becoming increasingly popular with elementary school kids.

Man accused of stealing bike, assaulting owner

05/01/2014 7:42am
A Salt Lake man was charged Wednesday after police say he stole another man's bicycle and assaulted him four days later.

New charges are double jeopardy, claims man acquitted of killing deputy

05/01/2014 8:05am
A man acquitted in state court of murdering a Millard County sheriff's deputy wants the federal charges against him for the same crime dropped because he contends they amount to double jeopardy.

Wyoming gas plant partially operating after fire

05/01/2014 9:02am
A Wyoming natural gas processing plant is operating at about 40 percent of its typical seasonal level just over a week after an explosion and fire.

6 tips to help you find the right mechanic

05/01/2014 10:27am
Finding a mechanic can be a headache. Here are tips that will help you find your mechanic that is the best for you.

Photos: Outdoor scenes from around Utah

05/01/2014 11:13am
If you haven't had a chance to go explore the great outdoors of Utah lately, here are some pictures that capture the beauty of the Beehive state.

App uses geo-fencing to block bullies

05/01/2014 11:45am
The app Yik Yak, which has been accused of enabling cyber bullying, is using its unique technology to block schools from using the app.

GOP report: Health care signups lagging

05/01/2014 12:18pm
A new report from House Republicans shows that about three in 10 Utah residents who signed up for health insurance through a new federal exchange hadn't paid their first month's premium as of mid- April.

Crews rescue woman trapped in crashed car

05/01/2014 12:30pm
Emergency responders freed a woman who was trapped in her car after it drove off the road and down an embankment in Emigration Canyon, Thursday morning.

Police search for man involved in credit union robbery

05/01/2014 1:33pm
Police are searching for a man involved in a robbery Wednesday afternoon.

8 movies filmed in Moab

05/01/2014 2:01pm
Moab's scenery has long drawn movie producers, so we've compiled a list of the eight most recent movies filmed in the area.

7 incredibly beautiful scenic spring drives in Utah

05/01/2014 2:26pm
It is a beautiful time of year and there are beautiful things to see. Here are seven scenic routes to help you fully experience the beauty of Utah in the spring.

Utah driver plowed into trooper's parked car, police say

05/01/2014 4:02pm
A Wyoming trooper was injured when his parked car was hit from behind by a Utah driver Wednesday, investigators said.

2 injured in semitruck crash; crews clean up chemical spill

05/01/2014 4:44pm
Two people were seriously injured when a semitruck crashed on U.S. 6 in Spanish Fork Canyon Thursday morning.

10 animals that cause the most human deaths

05/01/2014 5:41pm
Many people may grow up with a fear of lions, tigers and bears (Oh my!), but these individuals may not realize that statistically these are not the deadliest animals.

Utah Safe Haven law protects newborns from harm

05/01/2014 5:45pm
Utah's Safe Haven law allows any newborn baby to be anonymously dropped off at a hospital open 24 hours a day. It's designed to protect these babies from being abandoned or killed out of desperation or fear.

Utah schools could use $40M to serve healthy lunches, study says

05/01/2014 6:42pm
Utah schools succeed at providing healthy lunches, but $40.2 million worth of food service equipment is required in the state to improve efficiency, according to a national report.

Bomb threat spurs fast police response at East High

05/01/2014 6:51pm
East High School was briefly locked down Thursday after police received reports of both a bomb threat and shots fired inside the school within minutes of each other.

Cycling has many benefits when done correctly

05/01/2014 7:02pm
Biking in the springtime not only provides beautiful weather and scenery, it's also great for a person's heart, lungs and joints.

PETA asks for sign to honor turkeys killed in crash

05/01/2014 7:05pm
Animal rights activists are asking for permission to erect a memorial at the site where hundreds of turkeys died when a truck crashed into Deer Creek Reservoir.

2 fallen Utah officers memorialized at Honor Wall

05/01/2014 7:06pm
Friends and family gathered Thursday to honor Draper Police Sgt. Derek Johnson and Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride, who both recently were killed in the line of duty. The officers' names were added to the Law Enforcement Memorial Honor Wall.

Lawsuit filed after cyclist dies in slackline accident at USU

05/01/2014 7:35pm
The parents of a Utah State University student killed last year when he rode his bicycle through a slackline has filed a wrongful death and negligence lawsuit against the university and other parties involved.

Man arrested after walking naked in traffic, police say

05/01/2014 7:47pm
A man caused cars to stop when he parked his truck in the road, got out without any clothes on and began throwing items out of the hood onto the road, police said.

Mother's 'nightmare' becomes 'a wonderful dream' after son found safe

05/01/2014 8:28pm
A 14-year-old Clearfield boy with a mild form of autism was found safe Thursday morning after he had been missing for about 16 hours.

Homeless services grant funded by 10 cities, SL County

05/01/2014 8:38pm
Acknowledging homelessness is a shared responsibility, 10 cities and Salt Lake County have funded an inaugural homeless services grant. The $200,000 grant will fund a collaborative street outreach staffed by three direct service providers.

'Ritziest resort' caters to Utah guests with 'yen' for privacy

05/01/2014 10:06pm
Is this the ritziest resort in Utah, or maybe the world? Why would guests pay up to $8,000 per night? For some, they're paying to protect their most valuable asset: privacy.

Vietnam vet earns college degree after several detours in life

05/01/2014 10:51pm
More than 45 years after he proved his valor on the battlefield, a Utah veteran of the Vietnam War persevered to earn his college diploma.

NBC airs first ever 'iHeartRADIO' Music Awards show, local band wins award

05/01/2014 10:52pm
NBC hosted the first ever "iHeartRADIO Music Awards" in Los Angeles, where musicians are received awards based completely on votes sent in through social media.

Parents asked district for bus route changes before girl was hit

05/01/2014 10:57pm
The girl who was hit by a school bus Wednesday remained in extremely critical condition Thursday.

Moroni Elementary creates video, fundraises for new playground

05/01/2014 11:59pm
After not having a playground for almost three years, the students and faculty of Moroni Elementary School are desperate for a slide and basketball hoops.
 
   
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