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Ski resort groomers show off snowcat trick plays for cash

01/23/2013 7:02am
Instead of skiiers and snowboarders, it was the drivers of heavy-duty snowcats competing on the slopes of Snowbird on Tuesday.

Ski resort groomers show off snowcat trick plays for cash

01/23/2013 7:02am
Instead of skiiers and snowboarders, it was the drivers of heavy-duty snowcats competing on the slopes of Snowbird on Tuesday.

Officer won't face charges in unjustified shooting

01/23/2013 8:02am
The actions of a Morgan County police officer who shot a Colorado woman in the eye were not justified, but the officer will not be prosecuted, the Davis County Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.

Officer won't face charges in unjustified shooting

01/23/2013 8:02am
The actions of a Morgan County police officer who shot a Colorado woman in the eye were not justified, but the officer will not be prosecuted, the Davis County Attorney's Office announced Tuesday.

Maternity leave not guaranteed for all, despite federal law

01/23/2013 8:30am
Pregnancy and the birth of a child can be a happy time, but for some women it's difficult to get maternity leave from work or keep their jobs.

Maternity leave not guaranteed for all, despite federal law

01/23/2013 8:30am
Pregnancy and the birth of a child can be a happy time, but for some women it's difficult to get maternity leave from work or keep their jobs.

Woman recovers after getting hit by boulder

01/23/2013 9:28am
A southern Utah woman is badly injured but grateful to be alive after a boulder the size of a small car broke free from a cliff above her house, crashed through her bedroom wall, and hit her like a "giant fist" while she slept, her husband said Tuesday.

Woman recovers after getting hit by boulder

01/23/2013 9:28am
A southern Utah woman is badly injured but grateful to be alive after a boulder the size of a small car broke free from a cliff above her house, crashed through her bedroom wall, and hit her like a "giant fist" while she slept, her husband said Tuesday.

Online lies: Why creating a false persona is popular

01/23/2013 10:08am
For many years, people have been looking for ways to escape their own lives and live a different one. In fact, escaping reality is a thriving industry.

Online lies: Why creating a false persona is popular

01/23/2013 10:08am
For many years, people have been looking for ways to escape their own lives and live a different one. In fact, escaping reality is a thriving industry.

Alien-looking geyser growing in remote corner of Nevada

01/23/2013 10:25am
On a remote ranch in Western Nevada, a bizarre geyser has been growing for the past 49 years. This alien-looking creation is called the Fly Geyser, and it's one of the most beautiful oddities you'll ever see.

5 ways your smartphone can make your life easier

01/23/2013 10:33am
We use our smartphones to make calls, send text messages, check our social networks and play games. But your phone can do so much more. With these five time-saving tips your smartphone can help make your life easier.

Utah man builds ice castle at Mall of America

01/23/2013 10:51am
An ice castle like no other is on display outside the Mall of America in Minnesota. It's the result of a hobby-turned-passion for a man from Midway, Utah.

Utah man builds ice castle at Mall of America

01/23/2013 10:51am
An ice castle like no other is on display outside the Mall of America in Minnesota. It's the result of a hobby-turned-passion for a man from Midway, Utah.

Lots on the line for the Cougars at The Kennel

01/23/2013 11:07am
The question was tweeted in to ESPN's Bracketology guru Joe Lunardi last Saturday, from none other than Matt Carlino's little brother Jack. The question was this: "What does BYU need to do to get in (the NCAA Tournament)?" Lunardi's answer was brief, perhaps a little cold, but to the point: "Stop losing to every tourney-level team they play."

Merging black holes could have radiated Earth during Middle Ages

01/23/2013 11:44am
Radiation found in tree rings may have been the result of two merging black holes during the Middle Ages, a new study says.

Media reports highlight temple construction

01/23/2013 11:50am
Several recent media reports focus on various temples of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints which are under construction.

Research chimps may be headed from lab to leisure

01/23/2013 12:17pm
Chimpanzees who have spent their lives in U.S. research labs being prodded, poked and tested may be headed for retirement in a leafy sanctuary where they can climb trees, socialize at will, play with toys and even listen to music.

In telephone scam, callers threaten arrest

01/23/2013 1:01pm
The Davis County Sheriff's Office is investigating a scam targeting Utah residents involving alleged bad checks.

In telephone scam, callers threaten arrest

01/23/2013 1:01pm
The Davis County Sheriff's Office is investigating a scam targeting Utah residents involving alleged bad checks.

Worst tennis serve ever and a creepy NHL doppelganger

01/23/2013 1:01pm
The Australian Open is underway and it's already given us what may be the worst serve in pro tennis history. We've also got video of journeyman Brian Scalabrine taking on fans one-on-one and an NHL coach's doppelganger.

5 movies you didn't know came out of Sundance

01/23/2013 2:07pm
The Sundance Film Festival is well under way, with dozens of independent filmmakers hoping their movie will be the next big thing. Hollywood watches out for potential sleeper hits, and every once in a while we get one that becomes so mainstream, people forget Sundance was its origin. Here are five.

5 movies you didn't know came out of Sundance

01/23/2013 2:07pm
The Sundance Film Festival is well under way, with dozens of independent filmmakers hoping their movie will be the next big thing. Hollywood watches out for potential sleeper hits, and every once in a while we get one that becomes so mainstream, people forget Sundance was its origin. Here are five.

5 movies you didn't know came out of Sundance

01/23/2013 2:07pm
The Sundance Film Festival is well under way, with dozens of independent filmmakers hoping their movie will be the next big thing. Hollywood watches out for potential sleeper hits, and every once in a while we get one that becomes so mainstream, people forget Sundance was its origin. Here are five.

5 movies you didn't know came out of Sundance

01/23/2013 2:07pm
The Sundance Film Festival is well under way, with dozens of independent filmmakers hoping their movie will be the next big thing. Hollywood watches out for potential sleeper hits, and every once in a while we get one that becomes so mainstream, people forget Sundance was its origin. Here are five.

Have You Seen This? The incredible edible double egg

01/23/2013 2:53pm
An overly giddy Australian man can't believe what he finds inside the biggest egg he's ever seen.

Teacher posts picture of students with duct-taped mouths, faces privacy violations

01/23/2013 3:30pm
Parents were enraged after an Ohio middle school teacher posted a picture of their children on her Facebook page depicting the teenagers with duct tape across their mouths.

Man receives maximum sentence for leaving swimmer to die

01/23/2013 4:02pm
A man convicted of hitting a swimmer in Pineview Reservoir and leaving her to die was given the maximum jail sentence Wednesday for his crimes.

Man receives maximum sentence for leaving swimmer to die

01/23/2013 4:02pm
A man convicted of hitting a swimmer in Pineview Reservoir and leaving her to die was given the maximum jail sentence Wednesday for his crimes.

LDS Church to lay off employees from 2 departments

01/23/2013 4:34pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Wednesday that it is reducing its workforce in two different departments due to evolving needs of the church.

LDS Church to lay off employees from 2 departments

01/23/2013 4:34pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Wednesday that it is reducing its workforce in two different departments due to evolving needs of the church.

Police: Teacher arrested for having sex with student

01/23/2013 5:56pm
A Granger High School teacher was arrested Tuesday for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student nearly 10 years ago, when she taught at Northridge High

Police: Teacher arrested for having sex with student

01/23/2013 5:56pm
A Granger High School teacher was arrested Tuesday for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old student nearly 10 years ago, when she taught at Northridge High

Matheson introduces bill to prevent sales of adult video games to children

01/23/2013 5:58pm
Rep. Jim Matheson has reintroduced legislation that will make it illegal to sell certain video games to children.

Matheson introduces bill to prevent sales of adult video games to children

01/23/2013 5:58pm
Rep. Jim Matheson has reintroduced legislation that will make it illegal to sell certain video games to children.

GOP calls for ethics reform amid Swallow investigation

01/23/2013 6:00pm
The Utah Republican Party says Attorney General John Swallow made mistakes in his dealings with indicted businessman Jeremy Johnson and called on the state Legislature to "get serious" about ethics reform.

GOP calls for ethics reform amid Swallow investigation

01/23/2013 6:00pm
The Utah Republican Party says Attorney General John Swallow made mistakes in his dealings with indicted businessman Jeremy Johnson and called on the state Legislature to "get serious" about ethics reform.

Physicians call on gov. to take action against pollution

01/23/2013 6:02pm
Calling the inversion a health emergency, more than 100 doctors have taken their opinion to the governor in hopes to make a change.

Physicians call on gov. to take action against pollution

01/23/2013 6:02pm
Calling the inversion a health emergency, more than 100 doctors have taken their opinion to the governor in hopes to make a change.

Proposal: No permit needed to carry concealed weapon in Utah

01/23/2013 6:30pm
Permits wouldn't be necessary for most people to carry concealed weapons in Utah if a state lawmaker gets his way.

Proposal: No permit needed to carry concealed weapon in Utah

01/23/2013 6:30pm
Permits wouldn't be necessary for most people to carry concealed weapons in Utah if a state lawmaker gets his way.

Man who allegedly posed as cop charged in '09 robbery

01/23/2013 6:47pm
A man who prosecutors say impersonated a police officer to try and commit a robbery has been charged, three years after his co-defendant was convicted and sentenced.

Man who allegedly posed as cop charged in '09 robbery

01/23/2013 6:47pm
A man who prosecutors say impersonated a police officer to try and commit a robbery has been charged, three years after his co-defendant was convicted and sentenced.

Woods Cross refinery says expansion would decrease emissions

01/23/2013 6:50pm
Amidst all the bad air we are breathing, a Utah oil refinery has plans to produce more and reduce its emissions at the same time.

Woods Cross refinery says expansion would decrease emissions

01/23/2013 6:50pm
Amidst all the bad air we are breathing, a Utah oil refinery has plans to produce more and reduce its emissions at the same time.

Two taken to hospital after ice climbing accident

01/23/2013 6:55pm
After an ice climbing accident, a woman was left badly injured and a man climbing with her also sustained injury.

Two taken to hospital after ice climbing accident

01/23/2013 6:55pm
After an ice climbing accident, a woman was left badly injured and a man climbing with her also sustained injury.

Herbert announces plans for Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation

01/23/2013 7:09pm
As the Salt Palace opened its doors to the annual Outdoor Retailers Convention Wednesday, Gov. Gary Herbert announced big plans for the state's outdoor recreation industry.

Herbert announces plans for Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation

01/23/2013 7:09pm
As the Salt Palace opened its doors to the annual Outdoor Retailers Convention Wednesday, Gov. Gary Herbert announced big plans for the state's outdoor recreation industry.

First horror novel by LDS publisher hits shelves

01/23/2013 7:32pm
When Utah author Jeffrey Savage wrote his adult horror novel 10 years ago, he never imagined that an LDS publisher would be the one to put the scary story in reader's hands.

State could outlaw Chinese lanterns

01/23/2013 7:48pm
They light up the sky and are growing in popularity, but Chinese lanterns could soon become illegal in Utah.

State could outlaw Chinese lanterns

01/23/2013 7:48pm
They light up the sky and are growing in popularity, but Chinese lanterns could soon become illegal in Utah.

Former Sundance documentary aims to prompt change in the West Bank

01/23/2013 8:13pm
It's a story that begins with one man's desire to document what is happening in his West Bank Village.

Man Tasered by police and hospital security later dies

01/23/2013 8:16pm
A man who was Tasered last week by both Logan police and later security at Logan Regional Hospital died of cardiac arrest, police said Wednesday.

Man Tasered by police and hospital security later dies

01/23/2013 8:16pm
A man who was Tasered last week by both Logan police and later security at Logan Regional Hospital died of cardiac arrest, police said Wednesday.

4 ways to fight the recession blues

01/23/2013 8:33pm
It is easy to feel powerless against the recession. The answer lies in not focusing on what we do not have control over, but what we do and we always have control over our attitude.

Millsap helps Jazz hold off Wizards 92-88

01/23/2013 9:49pm
The Jazz had a huge lead slowly slip away but held on to beat the Wizards 92-88 behind six players scoring in double figures.

Woman burned in explosion will see George Strait after all

01/23/2013 10:15pm
A woman horribly injured in a house explosion has been fighting to recover in order to attend the George Strait concert this Friday. Now, not only will she be able to see Strait perform, she'll be getting a lot more than she bargained for.

Woman burned in explosion will see George Strait after all

01/23/2013 10:15pm
A woman horribly injured in a house explosion has been fighting to recover in order to attend the George Strait concert this Friday. Now, not only will she be able to see Strait perform, she'll be getting a lot more than she bargained for.

Most are terrible multitaskers but believe the opposite, U. study says

01/23/2013 10:26pm
Sending an e-mail while in a meeting. Talking on the phone in the car. Multitasking seems like the norm these days. But a new study from the University of Utah says, literally, hold the phone.

Most are terrible multitaskers but believe the opposite, U. study says

01/23/2013 10:26pm
Sending an e-mail while in a meeting. Talking on the phone in the car. Multitasking seems like the norm these days. But a new study from the University of Utah says, literally, hold the phone.
 
   
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