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July 31st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (27 Stories)

Questions to ask when selling or buying a house

05/05/2014 7:46am
Realtors say many customers aren't asking the right questions before they sell or buy a new house.

Car collides with motorcycle; 2 in serious condition

05/05/2014 11:20am
Two people were in serious condition after a car pulled out in front of the motorcycle they were riding on Sunday, police said.

New app to quickly, easily connect missionaries and families

05/05/2014 11:24am
MissionaryGram allows users to send photos directly to a missionary in a one-step process that will make it easy to show support for sisters and elders.

5 moments that made someone's day

05/05/2014 11:53am
Needing a small pick-me-up today? Here are some reader-submitted stories that will remind you there are good people in the world.

Hike of the Week: Thousand Oaks

05/05/2014 12:12pm
The recently completed Thousand Oaks section of the Bonneville Shoreline Trail in Salt Lake City is a welcome addition that starts at the Mount Olympus trailhead, then traverses the foothills above the Salt Lake Valley to the Z Trail in Olympus Cove.

Young blood could reverse effects of aging, studies find

05/05/2014 1:45pm
An infusion of blood from a younger mouse can reverse the effects of aging in older mice, researchers found. They believe the findings could apply to humans.

7 ideas to start off your summer the right way

05/05/2014 2:00pm
There are loads of fun things to do in the summer in Utah. The question is which to do first?

LDS apostle joins Twitter, instantly garners 4K followers

05/05/2014 2:13pm
LDS apostle M. Russell Ballard joined Twitter and tweeted about the CES devotional. He expressed his joy and thanked participants for contributing to the devotional.

Drones harassing wildlife at Zion National Park, officials say

05/05/2014 2:32pm
Someone used drones to harass a herd of bighorn sheep at Zion National Park. Elsewhere, use of the unmanned aerial vehicles is banned at Yosemite National Park. It is a $5,000 fine and possible jail for people caught "droning" at Zion.

Life Flight crew practices daring rescues ahead of summer recreation season

05/05/2014 3:34pm
Life Flight conducted training on its hoist rescues Monday to prepare for what is typically a busy spring, summer and fall.

Couple arrested for lewdness at wedding

05/05/2014 5:10pm
A woman, 60, and a man, 56, were arrested over the weekend after police say they engaged in sex acts on the lawn of a church where a wedding was taking place.

Police seize furniture, seek diary in dead babies case

05/05/2014 5:52pm
Additional search warrants unsealed in the investigation of Megan Huntsman Monday indicate that detectives are searching for an electronic device believed to contain the woman's diary. Huntsman is charged with murdering six infants.

BYU students create portable ventilators for babies

05/05/2014 6:23pm
A team of students at Brigham Young University decided to give babies without neonatal facilities a proper chance at survival by creating a portable ventilator.

Police ID victim of fatal shooting

05/05/2014 6:33pm
Police have released the name of a man fatally shot in Magna Sunday night as officers continue to search for the men responsible.

Bail set at $1M for man charged in teen's stabbing death

05/05/2014 6:34pm
Two men charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Stansbury High senior made their first court appearance Monday morning. A judge set bail for the accused killer at $1 million.

2nd report affirms MacNeill's competency

05/05/2014 6:48pm
Martin MacNeill was found mentally competent at a court hearing Monday. The determination allows both a pending murder sentencing and sex abuse trial to move forward.

Investigators study possible changes to bus stop where girl died

05/05/2014 7:09pm
Investigators from the Jordan School District, South Jordan police and the State Division of Risk Management are scrutinizing the bus stop where a 10-year-old was killed last week. Parents say they just want the stop moved.

Utah's economy gets $800M boost from golf, report says

05/05/2014 7:35pm
Golf in Utah generated $805.6 million in overall economic impact in 2012, supporting more than 9,600 jobs, according to a new report. The report also said Utah golf's footprint is comparable the ski industry.

Jake Petersen is 'running' for Salt Lake County sheriff

05/05/2014 7:50pm
Jake Petersen is running for Salt Lake County Sheriff. However, there is more to the "running" thing than meets the eye. Completing marathons and ultra-marathons, Petersen says he has learned many lessons on the "run" that will help him as she

97-year-old theatre to make digital conversion despite high cost

05/05/2014 8:23pm
The Capitol Theatre, in Brigham City is nearly 100 years old. The owner is making the digital conversion this week more out of a love for movies than business sense.

Dangers of window-blind cords in spotlight after child's death

05/05/2014 9:03pm
An Orem family is mourning the death of their young daughter after she was strangled by cords on window blinds last week.

Young boys escape injury in Salt Lake shooting

05/05/2014 9:36pm
Two boys, one just 3-years old, narrowly escaped injury Sunday when someone fired five shots into their bedroom, police said.

Empowering children may prevent attacks from strangers, expert says

05/05/2014 10:05pm
Salt Lake police are looking for a man who grabbed at 5-year-old girl in her front yard and asked to touch her inappropriately. The incident happened over the weekend.

White House hiding information about Benghazi attack, Chaffetz says

05/05/2014 10:09pm
Rep. Jason Chaffetz accused the White House and the State Department on Monday of hiding documents to hinder a congressional investigation into an attack that killed four Americans in Libya nearly two years ago.

Pirated software can create problems for consumers

05/05/2014 10:30pm
Microsoft expert warns that computers with illegal software could be harboring malware that could open users up to identity theft.

Firefighters help Ogden man, neighborhood with good deeds

05/05/2014 10:36pm
An Ogden man, clearing out an old fence Saturday, got unexpected help from a couple of new friends when they stopped to help him with a tough part of the project.

Searchers trying to locate family in Cache County

05/05/2014 11:02pm
Search and rescue teams were looking for a family of six between Logan and Blacksmith Fork canyons Monday night.
 
   
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