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October 22nd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (32 Stories)

Daylight Saving Time coming to an end? And other stories you may have missed

06/23/2014 7:25am
Here's a roundup of some stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click the link to read the full story.

7 inspiring acts of service

06/23/2014 8:05am
As important as it is to keep up-to-date with current events, we also believe it's important to be reminded often of the nice things people do. So, each week, we share the kind acts our readers have seen, done or experienced.

Car accident closes road in Provo

06/23/2014 8:22am
Phone lines blocked 900 East in Provo after a car crashed into a building Monday morning.

Justices rule on Utah case, uphold broad use of anti-bank fraud law

06/23/2014 9:03am
The Supreme Court on Monday unanimously upheld the broad application of a federal anti-bank fraud law.

Injured hikers rescued from Logan Peak

06/23/2014 9:47am
Two men were hospitalized Monday after they slid down a ravine near Logan Peak. The difficult rescue effort lasted most of the night.

Dead cat with blow darts in skull discovered in St. George

06/23/2014 11:21am
A St. George man made a disturbing discovery Friday morning after finding a dead kitten with two blow darts through its skull laying in his yard.

Business camp turns high school students into business pros

06/23/2014 11:27am
This summer marks the 34th year Utah Business Week has been working with high school students to promote the future of business and leadership.

Utah brothers issue statement regarding 'drunken incident' at airport

06/23/2014 11:59am
Two Utah brothers who were arrested after alleged drunken misconduct at the Chicago O'Hare International Airport have now issued a statement clarifying the mistake.

Man faces jail time, fine for trophy elk poaching

06/23/2014 12:31pm
A man who shot a trophy bull elk without a valid permit was recently convicted of poaching, wildlife officials said.

Hike of the Week: Neck Spring Trail

06/23/2014 12:51pm
The Island in the Sky district provides the easiest route for beginners to experience Utah's largest national park.

Honor Flight takes Utah's WWII vets to DC

06/23/2014 12:58pm
A group of Utah's World War II veterans are headed to Washington, D.C. to see the monument created in remembrance of their sacrifice approximately 70 years ago.

4 reasons to visit the Utah Arts Festival this weekend

06/23/2014 2:02pm
The Arts Festival features painting, ceramics and drawing, but also one-of-a-kind wearable art and 3-D mixed-media pieces. There is no limit to the innovative ways the featured artists express themselves.

Top Billboard pianist to hold benefit concert for boy

06/23/2014 4:01pm
A pianist whose life has been shaped by heart-related illnesses is using his talents to help a boy waiting for a heart transplant.

Man shot in buttocks during fight, police say

06/23/2014 4:31pm
A man was shot in the buttocks after a fight broke out early Saturday morning, police said.

Woman stranded while hiking, police say

06/23/2014 4:35pm
An "older" woman became stranded while hiking with her dog in Millcreek Canyon Monday, police said.

Gas leak causes evacuation in Layton

06/23/2014 4:53pm
Layton City Police are on scene where a natural gas leak has occurred.

Clarification: State Veterinarian Resigns story

06/23/2014 6:31pm
Utah's chief state veterinarian has resigned after an investigation into a former employee's allegations he padded his pockets with work on the side and engaged in other questionable practices.

Records: Ex-staffer for congressman killed himself

06/23/2014 6:41pm
A former Utah congressional staffer killed himself in March after being accused of lying about his Iraq War injuries to collect disability benefits, records obtained Monday show.

Tenants express safety concerns following $200K apartment fire

06/23/2014 7:03pm
Fire investigators were expected Monday to continue sifting through the rubble of a two- alarm fire that displaced at least 22 tenants. And this isn't the first time the complex has experienced a devastating fire.

Stranger flees with $50 bill of man trying to make change

06/23/2014 7:30pm
A man who approached a stranger to make change for a $50 bill had it taken out of his hands Sunday, police said.

Woman arrested, charged after stabbing at Rainbow Family Gathering

06/23/2014 7:32pm
Authorities in Wasatch County have arrested a woman accused of stabbing a man "multiple times" at the camp site in the Uinta National Forest where the annual Rainbow Family Gathering is taking place.

Lake Powell houseboat fire injures Las Vegas woman

06/23/2014 7:51pm
A 29-year-old Las Vegas woman was flown to a Vegas hospital following a houseboat fire at Lake Powell over the weekend.

Planned SLC bike boulevard stirs questions, controversy

06/23/2014 8:20pm
The city could begin installing a new bike boulevard as early as this fall along 600 East, as the city tries to make riding conditions safer for bikers and car drivers in the downtown area.

Domestic violence charges against gun lobbyist dropped in plea deal

06/23/2014 8:40pm
Utah's top gun lobbyist said he has been vindicated after charges of domestic violence, threats and criminal mischief were dismissed in a plea deal Monday.

Ordain Women founder excommunicated from LDS Church

06/23/2014 8:46pm
A verdict was given by a local leader in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Monday afternoon to excommunicate Ordain Women founder, Kate Kelly.

Prosecutors: Grunwald's case 'unique situation', consider moving trial

06/23/2014 8:56pm
Attorneys for a 17-year-old charged with murder in the death of a Utah County sheriff's deputy are asking that her case be moved to Salt Lake County. Prosecutors say the case is a "unique situation" and may deserve consideration.

Evidence seized from Swallow's home includes $10K in cash

06/23/2014 9:04pm
Investigators seized journals, flash drives, iPads, iPods, cellphones and other items from the homes of former Utah attorneys general John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff earlier this month — including more than $10,000 in cash from Swallow's home.

Utah's Honor Flight vets arrive in DC with Guardians in tow

06/23/2014 9:19pm
Two dozen of Utah's World War II veterans have landed in the nation's capital, where they will visit the World War II Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery as part of their Honor Flight. And there's a sense of urgency behind the trip

Body of adult woman recovered from Lake Powell

06/23/2014 10:20pm
Officials at Glen Canyon National Recreation Area have confirmed that the body of a missing person was recovered from Lake Powell Monday.

Shooting in South Salt Lake leaves man dead

06/23/2014 10:23pm
Police are investigating the scene where a man was found dead inside a silver, 4-door pickup truck Monday evening.

Man who fell from waterfall warns others

06/23/2014 10:33pm
He slipped on a rock, fell down a waterfall, broke more than a dozen bones and spent three months in a wheelchair. Now that man is warning other hikers so they don't meet the same fate.

Owner of dog shot by police frustrated by lack of answers

06/23/2014 10:36pm
A man whose dog was shot and killed by a police officer last week met Monday afternoon with officials from the Salt Lake City Police Department. But Sean Kendall said he did not get the outcome he was hoping for.
 
   
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