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October 31st, 2014
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Kill a coyote in Utah and make $50

03/12/2013 6:47am
The state of Utah is willing to pay you $50 for every coyote you kill. Critics call this controversial bounty program unethical, but many local hunters consider it an exciting way to get paid for helping maintain healthy deer herds.

Kill a coyote in Utah and make $50

03/12/2013 6:47am
The state of Utah is willing to pay you $50 for every coyote you kill. Critics call this controversial bounty program unethical, but many local hunters consider it an exciting way to get paid for helping maintain healthy deer herds.

4 everyday and informative traditions in SLC

03/12/2013 7:14am
Some traditions happen only once a year, but others become a part of a person's routine. In Salt Lake, some of those traditions tell us the weather, others let us know the results of a sports game.

4 everyday and informative traditions in SLC

03/12/2013 7:14am
Some traditions happen only once a year, but others become a part of a person's routine. In Salt Lake, some of those traditions tell us the weather, others let us know the results of a sports game.

Stolen iPhone leads police to robbery suspects

03/12/2013 7:32am
Police tracked down suspects in a violent home invasion robbery thanks to the tracking app on a stolen iPhone.

Stolen iPhone leads police to robbery suspects

03/12/2013 7:32am
Police tracked down suspects in a violent home invasion robbery thanks to the tracking app on a stolen iPhone.

New school grading system passes House, but senators still torn

03/12/2013 9:20am
Public schools have only received one year's worth of data from the Utah Comprehensive Accountability System, but already lawmakers are looking to replace it.

New school grading system passes House, but senators still torn

03/12/2013 9:20am
Public schools have only received one year's worth of data from the Utah Comprehensive Accountability System, but already lawmakers are looking to replace it.

Mother shocked to find 7-year-old daughter's 'diyet' list

03/12/2013 10:19am
Hidden in the jumble of Polly Pockets and friendship bracelets scattered across her daughter's bedroom floor lay a simple piece of paper. But the words that stained the sheet sliced through an Australian mother's heart.

Dad hacks Donkey Kong so Mario, not damsel, is in distress

03/12/2013 10:55am
When a developer's daughter asked whether she could play the role of a heroine tasked with saving Mario in Donkey Kong, he didn't see why not.

Report says driver in Ohio crash had no license

03/12/2013 11:01am
The 19-year-old woman behind the wheel of an allegedly stolen SUV when it smacked a guardrail and flipped into a pond, killing six friends, didn't have a valid driver's license, according to a report on the crash released Tuesday.

US Officials: North Korea poses serious threat

03/12/2013 11:07am
An unpredictable North Korea, with its nuclear weapons and missile programs, stands as a serious threat to the United States and East Asia nations, the director of National Intelligence warned Tuesday in a sober assessment of worldwide threats.

Police: Man who held woman hostage charged with witness tampering

03/12/2013 11:29am
A man accused of holding his former girlfriend against her will to keep her from testifying against him in court has been charged with tampering with a witness and unlawful detention.

Police: Man who held woman hostage charged with witness tampering

03/12/2013 11:29am
A man accused of holding his former girlfriend against her will to keep her from testifying against him in court has been charged with tampering with a witness and unlawful detention.

Utah swimming's misdeeds have put Hill in hot water

03/12/2013 11:58am
After learning of an alleged sexual misconduct charge against the Utah swim coach, athletic director Chris Hill moved quickly to dismiss him. But some former swimmers and their parents believe Hill overlooked the coach's misdeeds for several years.

Scientists say they found extraterrestrial life in meteorites

03/12/2013 12:06pm
The Internet, as well as some in the scientific community, are all abuzz about the claim that possible microfossils of extraterrestrial life have been found on a supposed meteorite found in Sri Lanka.

Report: Half trillion need to update schools

03/12/2013 12:31pm
America's schools are in such disrepair that it would cost more than $270 billion just to get elementary and secondary buildings back to their original conditions and twice that to get them up to date, a report released Tuesday estimated. In a foreword to the report, former President Bill Clinton said "we are still struggling to provide equal opportunity" to children and urged the first federal study of school buildings in almost two decades.

Utah Senate OKs bill that would allow concealed carry without permit

03/12/2013 1:27pm
Tuesday, the Utah Senate approved a controversial gun bill that would allow Utahns to carry concealed firearms without a permit.

Utah Senate OKs bill that would allow concealed carry without permit

03/12/2013 1:27pm
Tuesday, the Utah Senate approved a controversial gun bill that would allow Utahns to carry concealed firearms without a permit.

11 surprising things Facebook 'likes' may reveal about you

03/12/2013 1:37pm
People who liked "Morgan Freemans' Voice" and "Curly fries" on Facebook were more likely to be intelligent, and those who liked "I Love Being A Mom" and "Sephora" were likely to have a lower IQ. Liking "The Book Of Mormon" or "Logan Utah" showed people were more likely to be cooperative rather than competitive.

11 surprising things Facebook 'likes' may reveal about you

03/12/2013 1:37pm
People who liked "Morgan Freemans' Voice" and "Curly fries" on Facebook were more likely to be intelligent, and those who liked "I Love Being A Mom" and "Sephora" were likely to have a lower IQ. Liking "The Book Of Mormon" or "Logan Utah" showed people were more likely to be cooperative rather than competitive.

Have You Seen This? Ultimate mission call prank

03/12/2013 1:41pm
A guy takes advantage of his friend's unstable emotional state and messes with his LDS mission call.

NBA player has M.S., a Gatorade bath goes bad and meet the spin-o-rama

03/12/2013 1:54pm
Chris Wright has multiple sclerosis and now plays in the NBA. Why you should never do a Gatorade bath playing basketball and the spin-o-rama that almost won a game.

Actress Ashley Judd rumored to be running for Senate

03/12/2013 2:26pm
Actress Ashley Judd, a Democrat, may be gearing up for a career in politics.

5 Hitchcock films to celebrate National Alfred Hitchcock Day

03/12/2013 3:06pm
March 12 is National Alfred Hitchcock Day, and we have five movies that are the perfect way to celebrate the day that honors one of the best and most innovative directors of all time.

16 Utah students honored for top ACT scores

03/12/2013 4:27pm
Sixteen Utah students are being honored for earning the highest possible score on the ACT college readiness test.

16 Utah students honored for top ACT scores

03/12/2013 4:27pm
Sixteen Utah students are being honored for earning the highest possible score on the ACT college readiness test.

Police, father remember Elizabeth Smart's rescue 10 years later

03/12/2013 6:07pm
Tuesday marked the 10th anniversary of the day Elizabeth Smart was discovered while walking down State Street in Sandy with her kidnappers. Her father and the officers who helped her recalled the day for KSL.

Police, father remember Elizabeth Smart's rescue 10 years later

03/12/2013 6:07pm
Tuesday marked the 10th anniversary of the day Elizabeth Smart was discovered while walking down State Street in Sandy with her kidnappers. Her father and the officers who helped her recalled the day for KSL.

Teen hit by car near Kearns High

03/12/2013 7:00pm
A 15-year-old boy on his way to Kearns High School was hit by a car and critically injured. Police said a car slowed for the boy, but another swerved around that car and hit him.

Teen hit by car near Kearns High

03/12/2013 7:00pm
A 15-year-old boy on his way to Kearns High School was hit by a car and critically injured. Police said a car slowed for the boy, but another swerved around that car and hit him.

Scouts create survey about lifting ban on gays

03/12/2013 7:04pm
Ahead of a looming decision on possible reform, the Boy Scouts of America is sending out a survey to gauge people's attitudes about the organization accepting gays into its troops.

Scouts create survey about lifting ban on gays

03/12/2013 7:04pm
Ahead of a looming decision on possible reform, the Boy Scouts of America is sending out a survey to gauge people's attitudes about the organization accepting gays into its troops.

An invitation for a more Christ-centered Easter

03/12/2013 7:36pm
During this Easter season, helping a needy family with this unique book sale is one way we can experience, like Jesus, going about and "doing good" where we find the opportunity.

Warm weather has car thieves on the prowl

03/12/2013 7:51pm
After a long, frigid winter, it's hard for anyone to resist this warm weather — including car thieves. Police warned car thefts tend to go up with the temperatures.

Warm weather has car thieves on the prowl

03/12/2013 7:51pm
After a long, frigid winter, it's hard for anyone to resist this warm weather — including car thieves. Police warned car thefts tend to go up with the temperatures.

At Tim's Place, food is hot and hugs are free

03/12/2013 8:11pm
Tim Harris, the owner of the restaurant in Albuquerque, has wanted to own a restaurant since he was 14 years old. Tim, who has Down syndrome, welcomes every customer he can with a smile and, for those want one, a hug.

5 Ways to avoid GMOs

03/12/2013 8:29pm
Want to avoid genetically modified organisms? Here are 5 ways to help you be GMO-free.

Business struggling to regroup after massive explosion in Jensen

03/12/2013 8:47pm
Fire officials continued to investigate the cause of a powerful explosion that damaged nearly two dozen businesses and four homes earlier this month.

80 billion chopsticks: Chinese official wants to limit utensil waste

03/12/2013 10:01pm
Chopsticks are often optional for American's eating out at Chinese restaurants. But the ubiquitous utensil is a basic necessity in China. But the use of disposable chopsticks could cause serious problems according to a Chinese official.

'Zion curtain' to remain in Utah restaurants

03/12/2013 10:21pm
A measure that would have taken down the state's "Zion curtain" died Tuesday in the state Senate.

'Zion curtain' to remain in Utah restaurants

03/12/2013 10:21pm
A measure that would have taken down the state's "Zion curtain" died Tuesday in the state Senate.

Online flirting turns into real danger for Riverdale teen

03/12/2013 10:33pm
A Riverdale teenager had a close call with an accused sexual predator when he showed up at her front door. She's sharing her story with hopes it will help keep others safe.

Retired general talks about NKorean threat, drone use

03/12/2013 10:43pm
If you ask retired four-star Army General Barry McCaffrey, the United States is better off security-wise now than 10 years ago.

Retired general talks about NKorean threat, drone use

03/12/2013 10:43pm
If you ask retired four-star Army General Barry McCaffrey, the United States is better off security-wise now than 10 years ago.

Pilot feels 'blessed' after surviving plane crash

03/12/2013 11:06pm
An Orem man said he's lucky to be alive after his single-engine plane crashed in a field not far from a small Utah County airport, apparently due to fuel flow problems.

Pilot feels 'blessed' after surviving plane crash

03/12/2013 11:06pm
An Orem man said he's lucky to be alive after his single-engine plane crashed in a field not far from a small Utah County airport, apparently due to fuel flow problems.

Police: Incendiary device was placed in van to harm or kill

03/12/2013 11:09pm
A Salt Lake man found some type of incendiary device in his van that police say was designed to ignite when he turned his car on.

Police: Incendiary device was placed in van to harm or kill

03/12/2013 11:09pm
A Salt Lake man found some type of incendiary device in his van that police say was designed to ignite when he turned his car on.
 
   
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