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October 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (31 Stories)

Suspected drunk driver crashes into building

06/20/2014 7:28am
Police arrested a suspected drunk driver after he crashed into a building in Kearns.

Committee steps up search for new state prison location

06/20/2014 7:52am
Within the next 30 days, the state plans to begin circulating requirements for a new prison in selected communities in the hopes of finding a site before the start of the 2015 Utah Legislature in January.

New innovation in government program launched at UVU

06/20/2014 8:34am
Utah Valley University next month will launch the Office of New Urban Mechanics, which aims to explore ways to innovate and reinvent local government.

Millennial parents more likely to be single if they aren't college graduates

06/20/2014 8:59am
Those of the millennial generation with less education are more likely to be single parents, a new study reveals.

Man who died on family backpacking trip identified

06/20/2014 9:14am
A 46-year-old man has died on a family backpacking trip in the backcountry of Weber County.

LDS Church responds to concerns of members

06/20/2014 9:34am
The LDS Church issued a statement Thursday in response to media inquiries concerning the ability of church members to raise questions and seek answers in the church.

Quiz: Can you pass Utah's drivers license test?

06/20/2014 10:18am
It's the one test that almost all 16-year-olds look forward to taking. However, many of you haven't seen this test for years. Take a refresher course and see how well you know the laws.

Utah robbery suspect dies after leap at Idaho jail

06/20/2014 10:39am
A 23-year-old man suspected of taking part in robberies in Idaho and Utah died while in custody after jumping over a railing and falling 13 feet at the Blaine County Jail in central Idaho, authorities said.

Office serves as 'incubator' for local tech startups

06/20/2014 11:30am
Before startups make it big, they often have to put countless hours of work and sweat into a project that isn't guaranteed to succeed.

Tips for dealing with rattlesnake encounters, bites

06/20/2014 11:46am
During the warm summer months, hikers and campers head to the outdoors in droves. However, this is also the time of year that many snake species are also out and about. Here are some tips for dealing with venomous reptiles this summer.

Have You Seen This? FantasyCon's 'Cubicles and Careers'

06/20/2014 1:15pm
FantasyCon is right around the corner, and new ads created by a local company will get fans giggling and excited to take part in the fantastic universes it celebrates.

LDS Church sues Canadian polygamist sect over name use

06/20/2014 1:45pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints filed a lawsuit Wednesday against a small polygamist group in Canada that recently changed its name to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Inc.

Man rides bike in circles, fires handgun, police say

06/20/2014 1:47pm
A man was arrested Thursday night after firing a handgun outside a bar, police said.

Gov't moves to ban drones in 400 national parks

06/20/2014 2:51pm
The National Park Service is taking steps to ban drones from 84 million acres of public lands and waterways, saying the unmanned aircraft annoy visitors, harass wildlife and threaten safety.

Police find stolen car, parole fugitives at motel

06/20/2014 3:03pm
Two people were arrested after police said they found a stolen vehicle at a motel Thursday.

Police seek man who robbed Chase Bank

06/20/2014 4:02pm
Police are asking for help to identify a man who robbed a bank Friday.

Free driving courses for teens aim to cut back on fatalities

06/20/2014 5:41pm
Car crashes are one of the leading causes for teen fatalities around the country, and this weekend, a free event called Ford Driving Skills is in Utah to help new drivers learn how to stay safe on the road.

Vulgar message likely vandalism, not hate crime, police say

06/20/2014 5:50pm
Police say a racial slur left on a pizza marquee is likely vandalism and trespassing, but not a hate crime.

Family suing over alleged illegal search wins round in court

06/20/2014 6:11pm
A San Diego family suing the Utah Highway Patrol over what it believes was an illegal search of their vehicle in 2008 near Cedar City claimed a victory in court Friday.

Apparent drowning victim found at Bear Lake

06/20/2014 6:14pm
Crews have recovered the body of a man who apparently drowned at Bear Lake State Park.

Mother says ex-officer should face murder charge in daughter's death

06/20/2014 6:47pm
Danielle Willard's mother said she's pleased that ex-West Valley police detective Shaun Cowley is facing manslaughter in her daughter's death, but she wishes it was a stronger murder charge.

Sunset ranks as safest city in Utah, report says

06/20/2014 7:02pm
Utah was recently ranked as the 11th safest state in the U.S., and now a new study has revealed the safest city in the Beehive state.

Under 'review' by school district, Provo summer camp defended by parents

06/20/2014 8:04pm
Provo School District has Camp Big Springs on its radar screen, "to be reviewed," a statement said. District officials are clear there are no plans to close the camp in the foreseeable future, despite concerns from some parents that such a plan is in the works.

Ben and Jerry's debuts 'Saturday Night Live' flavors

06/20/2014 8:37pm
Ben & Jerry's is adding two new flavors to its huge catalog of interesting and themed treats, this time honoring sketch comedy.

'Warnings' about antidepressants increased teen suicide rates, study says

06/20/2014 9:01pm
After the Food & Drug Administration warned of the dangers of teens using antidepressants, the teen suicide rate has increased, researchers said.

Lawsuit filed over new parking kiosks

06/20/2014 9:02pm
A lawsuit could cost Salt Lake City potentially millions of dollars and put some money back in your wallet, all because of parking.

Manti residents band together for annual pageant

06/20/2014 9:42pm
The Mormon Miracle Pageant in Manti draws tens of thousands of visitors annually during its eight-night performance every June. The show plays every night except Sunday and Monday from Friday until June 28.

Lawmaker floats 'three strikes' anti-texting law as family seeks justice for son's death

06/20/2014 10:20pm
A Utah couple seeking a felony charge over their teenage son's death in an auto-pedestrian crash learned this week they had lost their latest legal battle, but they're turning to a lawmaker for help, who is now suggesting a "three-strikes" rule.

Dive teams search reservoir for alleged homicide evidence

06/20/2014 10:26pm
The Utah Department of Public Safety dive team spent two days searching a reservoir on the Uintah-Ouray Indian Reservation, apparently looking for evidence in a federal homicide investigation.

Missing North Ogden man's family looking for closure

06/20/2014 10:26pm
Joshua Easley's parents just want to know where their son went.

Truck carrying cattle rolls on I-15 near US 6

06/20/2014 10:27pm
A semi truck hauling cattle rolled on I-15 Friday afternoon.
 
   
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