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August 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (13 Stories)

Motherhood celebrated in new documentary

05/10/2014 9:01am
"The Power of Mothers" is a new documentary that takes a scientific, emotional and economic look at motherhood and the impact of mothers around the world.

Utah woman celebrated on 145th anniversary of 'golden spike'

05/10/2014 9:42am
Mary Peterson Ipsen was the only known person to be present at both the driving of the golden spike and a 1942 "undriving." On Saturday, visitors can relive the historic driving of the spike at Promontory Summit on the event's 145th anniversary .

4 famous Davis High alumni from the last 100 years

05/10/2014 10:26am
We compiled a list of a few of Davis High School's notable alumni as the school celebrates its 100th anniversary.

Man charged with stealing woman's car, fleeing police

05/10/2014 11:11am
A man who authorities say stole a woman's car and led police on a chase through I-15 and I-80 Wednesday was charged Friday.

McGill picked by Raiders at 116; Reilly by Jets at 233

05/10/2014 4:19pm
Former Utah cornerback Keith McGill was selected by the Oakland Raiders as the No. 116 pick in the Fourth round of the NFL draft Saturday.

Body found along rural road near Cedar City

05/10/2014 6:16pm
A woman's body was found late Friday night on the side of a dirt road south of Cedar City. Investigators from the Iron County Sheriff's Office say they don't yet know who she is nor how she died.

Opening of 'The Draw' eagerly anticipated in Sugar House

05/10/2014 7:34pm
An underground tunnel in Sugarhouse Park that opens June 6 is expected to increase safety as well as surrounding businesses' accessibility to pedestrians.

PHOTOS: Utahns gather to Race for the Cure

05/10/2014 7:55pm
A sea of pink flooded the streets Saturday morning as thousands of people ran in this year's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

Some question effectiveness of Utah's coyote bounty

05/10/2014 9:52pm
The Mule Deer Protection Act, which offers hunters a $50 bounty to kill coyotes, has yet to see much success. But state wildlife officials say the program just needs more time and the mule deer population will increase.

Hundreds gather to protest BLM closure of Recapture Canyon

05/10/2014 9:57pm
Always emotional and never without controversy, Utah's public lands once again played host to a protest over how they are being used, or not being used. Several ATV riders went on an illegal trek into Recapture Canyon.

Fire damages St. George home, displaces residents

05/10/2014 10:17pm
The Red Cross is helping two people after their St. George home caught fire Saturday.

2 stepbrothers died in Richfield CO poisoning, sheriff says

05/10/2014 10:31pm
Joey Julander, 17, and Tyler Utley, 21, were identified Saturday as the two people who died from carbon monoxide poisoning inside a Sevier County home Friday night.

18-year-old arrested, accused of crashing stolen truck into home

05/10/2014 10:32pm
Police arrested an 18-year-old man and are seeking a second man Saturday after a stolen vehicle crashed into a home near Vernal.
 
   
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