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December 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (31 Stories)

Man stabbed, officer punched, 2 arrested at downtown concert

06/06/2014 6:54am
One man was stabbed, an officer was punched, two people were arrested and part of 600 South was closed after a concert turned violent in Salt Lake City.

Mountain bikers, businesses oppose proposed truck bypass route

06/06/2014 7:31am
A proposal to build a road that would route heavy truck traffic around downtown Vernal is seeing opposition from mountain bikers and some business owners.

Boy abducted in Calif. found in Utah, deputies say

06/06/2014 8:01am
A 9-year-old boy missing from California was found in Lake Point late Thursday night. His former guardian was arrested and booked at the Tooele County Jail.

Teach teens about gun safety, experts advise

06/06/2014 9:28am
Utah has the second-highest rate of gun owners in the country, which means even if you don't own a gun, it's pretty likely your child will come across one. Experts say it is important to prepare them for when and if that happens.

'Families First' program helps build peace at home

06/06/2014 9:41am
Yelling, fighting, fear, desperation. Families struggling to stay above water can find help from Utah Youth Village's "Families First" program. KSL NewsRadio's Mary Richards has part two of a special series.

Family honors Fremont High cheerleader's last wish at funeral

06/06/2014 10:33am
The family of Kennedy Ann Hansen, a 16-year-old West Haven girl who died of Juvenile Batten Disease last week, hopes to continue sharing their daughter's story of faith and love.

Ask a Chef: Delicious burger basics

06/06/2014 10:40am
Doing what it takes to make your burgers leave good impressions on everyone.

5 delicious doughnuts in Salt Lake and Utah valleys

06/06/2014 10:56am
For the many in Utah queuing up to get their fill of celebratory doughnuts, we've compiled a list of our favorite doughnuts in the Salt Lake and Utah valleys.

Judges to weigh plea deals for 'Mountain Man'

06/06/2014 11:21am
A man accused of eluding authorities for at least four years while burglarizing remote cabins across Utah is scheduled to be in court Monday in St. George to resolve dozens of federal and state charges he's facing.

Crow hunt, fall turkey hunt approved in Utah

06/06/2014 11:28am
A crow hunt and a fall turkey hunt were approved by state officials Thursday night.

The greatest adventure ever — camping with toddlers

06/06/2014 12:15pm
My boys need the challenge of the mountains. They need to run and scream and be brave and throw rocks and tough it out.

New quarter features Utah's most recognizable natural wonder

06/06/2014 12:46pm
The newest coin in the America the Beautiful Quarters Program will be launched Friday, featuring one of Utah's most recognizable natural wonders.

2 Utahns tracked after coming in contact with deadly MERS virus

06/06/2014 1:48pm
Health officials confirm they have been tracking two Utahns who came in contact with the deadly MERS virus after traveling on the same flights as a patient coming back from Saudi Arabia.

Artists give away paintings on SLC streets

06/06/2014 2:15pm
A few Salt Lake City artists are striving to spread art around the city in a unique way — by giving away free paintings.

Ogden man charged in storage unit homicide

06/06/2014 4:44pm
An Ogden man has been charged with shooting and killing his friend inside a garage.

SLC 'should always have at least two newspapers,' Huntsman says

06/06/2014 5:11pm
Jon Huntsman Sr. weighed in on the dispute between the Salt Lake Tribune and its ownership in a question and answer session with reporters following the groundbreaking of the Primary Children's and Families' Cancer Research Center.

D-Day vet: 'Just stay alive and help my squad to stay alive'

06/06/2014 6:02pm
Veterans from World War II and their descendants share memories on the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

Foot-a-day increase at Lake Powell expected to last through June

06/06/2014 6:27pm
The melting of a huge snowpack in northern Colorado and Wyoming is increasing Lake Powell by a foot a day, an increase that's expected to continue through June and ultimately cause a 40-foot rise in the lake's elevation. That's good news for boaters.

Same-sex couples ask appeals court to repeal stay

06/06/2014 7:01pm
Four same-sex couples who sued the state to have their marriages recognized asked a federal appeals court Friday to lift the temporary stay it issued the day before and immediately reject Utah's request for a permanent stay.

Officer refuses Utah Pride Parade assignment, placed on leave

06/06/2014 7:03pm
A Salt Lake City police officer has been placed on leave for refusing an assignment at the Utah Pride Festival this weekend.

Community remembers teen at skate park after accidental shooting

06/06/2014 7:22pm
A little more than a day after a Cottonwood Heights teen was shot and killed, friends and family gathered at one of the places he loved most: the skate park.

19 Utahns charged with fraud for fake car accidents

06/06/2014 7:50pm
Nearly 80 falsified car accident reports were the focus of a two-year investigation into two insurance fraud rings, officials said Friday.

Provo's oldest home to be dedicated

06/06/2014 8:30pm
A historic adobe home that was rescued from demolition will be dedicated at its new location Saturday.

Top 10 Southern California theme parks for this summer!

06/06/2014 9:00pm
California is a US hotspot for theme parks. See the top 10 theme parks in Southern California.

Utah Pride Festival has a little more to celebrate this year

06/06/2014 9:27pm
Organizers are finalizing preparations for the Utah Pride Festival at Washington Square this weekend.

SL deputy police chief resigns amidst sexual harassment allegations

06/06/2014 9:49pm
A Salt Lake police deputy chief on leave amidst allegations of sexual harassment has resigned.

Toddler, family strengthened in cancer battle by Primary Children's Hospital

06/06/2014 9:53pm
A toddler from Cache County is battling leukemia for the second time. But the girl and her family are finding hope in the care she is receiving at Primary Children's Hospital.

New Huntsman Cancer Institute to bring hope through research

06/06/2014 10:17pm
Friday marked the groundbreaking for the Primary Children's and Families' Cancer Research Center at the Huntsman Cancer Institute, a 220,000-square-foot expansion to the existing institute.

Boy dies after being hit by garbage truck

06/06/2014 10:22pm
Police have confirmed that a child was hit and killed during an auto- pedestrian accident Friday afternoon.

Missing autistic teen rode bus to Houston, school says

06/06/2014 10:26pm
An autistic boy who ran away from a school in Ogden called his mom from Houston Friday, according to school officials.

Mother and son receive same diagnosis, find support in community

06/06/2014 10:33pm
Muscular dystrophy is a rare and devastating disease. One West Valley City family received the diagnosis twice, but together they're finding support and staying hopeful that one day a cure will be found.
 
   
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