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July 28th, 2014
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Ring stolen from fatal plane crash victim, charges filed

03/13/2013 7:05am
The owner of a West Jordan removal and embalming service has been charged with stealing a wedding ring belonging to a man who died in a plane crash.

Ring stolen from fatal plane crash victim, charges filed

03/13/2013 7:05am
The owner of a West Jordan removal and embalming service has been charged with stealing a wedding ring belonging to a man who died in a plane crash.

9 ways student loans impact your credit score

03/13/2013 7:17am
Learn nine little-known ways student loans impact your credit score, and overall credit worthiness.

Terrorism charge filed after 106 emergency calls received

03/13/2013 7:40am
A man accused of making 106 emergency calls within 10 hours faces a terrorism charge.

Terrorism charge filed after 106 emergency calls received

03/13/2013 7:40am
A man accused of making 106 emergency calls within 10 hours faces a terrorism charge.

Girls-only fitness program expands across Utah

03/13/2013 8:01am
On June first, Sugarhouse Park will be overwhelmed by a sea of pink — as the girls in Girls on the Run do a 5k with their coaches and running buddies.

Girls-only fitness program expands across Utah

03/13/2013 8:01am
On June first, Sugarhouse Park will be overwhelmed by a sea of pink — as the girls in Girls on the Run do a 5k with their coaches and running buddies.

Protecting your business from online trolls

03/13/2013 8:13am
Negative online reviews can hurt companies. But who wrote the review? Was it really a customer, or was it a competitor, an ex-partner in the company, or even an ex-wife or ex-husband?

Protecting your business from online trolls

03/13/2013 8:13am
Negative online reviews can hurt companies. But who wrote the review? Was it really a customer, or was it a competitor, an ex-partner in the company, or even an ex-wife or ex-husband?

BYU awaits unfamiliar postseason opportunity

03/13/2013 8:52am
BYU's one-and-done exit from the West Coast Conference Championships signaled the end of two record-setting streaks for the program.

Group aims to change caucus and convention regulations

03/13/2013 9:24am
Some of Utah's heavy hitters are hoping to change how Utahns elect political leaders; they want there to be more options for political candidates to get on a party's primary ballot.

Group aims to change caucus and convention regulations

03/13/2013 9:24am
Some of Utah's heavy hitters are hoping to change how Utahns elect political leaders; they want there to be more options for political candidates to get on a party's primary ballot.

3 'killer' dolphins ditch Ukrainian navy in search of mates

03/13/2013 9:46am
Three commando dolphins, trained to carry guns and explosives, have reportedly fled the Ukrainian navy to seek out mates. The trio were part of training exercises in the Black Sea and failed to return to their base.

Viral obituary tells tales of 'ladies' man, natty dresser'

03/13/2013 10:04am
A clever take on an obituary has gone viral after a Mississippi man's daughter wrote it as a celebration of his life, rather than a resume of his accomplishments.

Kids in car as couple robs bank, police say

03/13/2013 10:25am
A husband and wife are in jail after police say they robbed a bank in the middle of the day Monday with their children in the car.

Kids in car as couple robs bank, police say

03/13/2013 10:25am
A husband and wife are in jail after police say they robbed a bank in the middle of the day Monday with their children in the car.

5 reasons PCs are better than Macs

03/13/2013 10:43am
Most people prefer Windows PCs. This is why.

Prisoners to preschoolers: Government funding gets innovative

03/13/2013 11:07am
Governments issue bonds to raise money from the private sector for public projects. But this legislative session, Utah State Senator Aaron Osmond (R-South Jordan) proposed a bill that'll result in a financial return and social return.

Prisoners to preschoolers: Government funding gets innovative

03/13/2013 11:07am
Governments issue bonds to raise money from the private sector for public projects. But this legislative session, Utah State Senator Aaron Osmond (R-South Jordan) proposed a bill that'll result in a financial return and social return.

Stonehenge was ancient cemetery that unified Britain, researcher says

03/13/2013 11:46am
What was Stonehenge for? New research suggests that getting together to build it on the site of an older cemetery was just as important as any later use.

Returning missionary proposed to with airport flash mob

03/13/2013 12:02pm
The flash mob that greeted a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints upon his return home held a surprise more shocking than the mob itself: a marriage proposal.

A March Madness game that changed history, and a guy jumps over a Lamborghini

03/13/2013 12:49pm
A March Madness game in 1963 changed college basketball forever and Yahoo! Sports has put together an 8-minute documentary that you should really take the time to watch. We also have a guy jumping over a speeding Lamborghini and an unlucky mop guy in Toronto.

Unconscious man pulled from home in carbon monoxide scare

03/13/2013 1:20pm
A Questar worker is being called a hero after pulling an unconscious man overcome by carbon monoxide out of a house Wednesday morning.

Unconscious man pulled from home in carbon monoxide scare

03/13/2013 1:20pm
A Questar worker is being called a hero after pulling an unconscious man overcome by carbon monoxide out of a house Wednesday morning.

Billy Joel sings with student and Steven Spielberg writes a letter to aspiring filmmaker

03/13/2013 2:07pm
We have two stories of titans of their industry reaching out to those who are trying to make a name for themselves. First we have a video of Billy Joel singing "New York State of Mind" as a student from the crowd accompanies him on the piano and we also have a hand-written letter from Steven Spielberg to a young filmmaker thanking him for his tribute film.

Have You Seen This? POV ice climbing fall

03/13/2013 2:23pm
Live through a terrifying fall with an ice climber as he gets nailed by a chunk of ice.

$150M more for education approved in House

03/13/2013 3:18pm
Utah's public schools will see the largest funding increase in years under the terms of a revised budget that unanimously passed the House of Representatives Wednesday.

$150M more for education approved in House

03/13/2013 3:18pm
Utah's public schools will see the largest funding increase in years under the terms of a revised budget that unanimously passed the House of Representatives Wednesday.

Man sold prescription drugs in county offices, charges state

03/13/2013 4:10pm
A part-time employee of the Emery County Economic Development Office has been charged with selling prescription painkillers.

Man sold prescription drugs in county offices, charges state

03/13/2013 4:10pm
A part-time employee of the Emery County Economic Development Office has been charged with selling prescription painkillers.

'Veronica Mars' movie Kickstarter raises $1.5M in less than a day

03/13/2013 4:23pm
A Kickstarter project aiming to fund the making of a "Veronica Mars" movie has raised more than $1.5 million since it was created less than a day ago.

Cyclist killed in TRAX accident near 4000 S.

03/13/2013 5:42pm
A bicyclist is dead after an accident involving a TRAX train.

Cyclist killed in TRAX accident near 4000 S.

03/13/2013 5:42pm
A bicyclist is dead after an accident involving a TRAX train.

Educators oppose school grading system in state Senate

03/13/2013 5:45pm
Why create another system to grade Utah's schools if a perfectly good one already exists? That's what educators are asking, trying to figure out what lawmakers are up to with a bill on Utah's Capitol Hill.

Educators oppose school grading system in state Senate

03/13/2013 5:45pm
Why create another system to grade Utah's schools if a perfectly good one already exists? That's what educators are asking, trying to figure out what lawmakers are up to with a bill on Utah's Capitol Hill.

Police release dash-cam of deadly I-15 pursuit

03/13/2013 5:54pm
Dash-cam video released to KSL News Wednesday shows two police officers' perspectives in a February high-speed chase that ended with a man being shot and killed by police on I-15.

Police release dash-cam of deadly I-15 pursuit

03/13/2013 5:54pm
Dash-cam video released to KSL News Wednesday shows two police officers' perspectives in a February high-speed chase that ended with a man being shot and killed by police on I-15.

Horse tails being cut off due to rumors they're worth a lot of money

03/13/2013 6:43pm
Horse owners in Utah are trying to stop rumors that a horse's tail is worth hundreds of dollars on the black market after reports of two horses having their tails cut off.

Horse tails being cut off due to rumors they're worth a lot of money

03/13/2013 6:43pm
Horse owners in Utah are trying to stop rumors that a horse's tail is worth hundreds of dollars on the black market after reports of two horses having their tails cut off.

Cache Valley to adopt new emission testing program

03/13/2013 7:02pm
Addressing the bad air quality in Cache Valley, Cache County officials introduced an emissions testing program for vehicles. But the new program is not sitting well with some.

Cache Valley to adopt new emission testing program

03/13/2013 7:02pm
Addressing the bad air quality in Cache Valley, Cache County officials introduced an emissions testing program for vehicles. But the new program is not sitting well with some.

3 suggestions to enhance a mom's early morning routine

03/13/2013 7:28pm
Waking up early can have great benefits for mothers. Here are 3 tips for effectively using an early morning routine to "ground" yourself and prepare for your children.

Alpine fifth graders convince Adobe to match reading hours with money

03/13/2013 7:47pm
Students at Westfield Elementary in Alpine got some experience in boardroom negotiation and, in the process, scored for their school some much-needed technology.

Alpine fifth graders convince Adobe to match reading hours with money

03/13/2013 7:47pm
Students at Westfield Elementary in Alpine got some experience in boardroom negotiation and, in the process, scored for their school some much-needed technology.

Catching up with Mormons around the world

03/13/2013 8:12pm
The LDS Church now counts its membership above 14 million, with more than 28,700 congregations worldwide. Here's a look at what some of those members are doing around the world.

Catching up with Mormons around the world

03/13/2013 8:12pm
The LDS Church now counts its membership above 14 million, with more than 28,700 congregations worldwide. Here's a look at what some of those members are doing around the world.

Hybrid addiction: When drug and sex addictions fuse

03/13/2013 8:30pm
Treatment providers have recognized the dangers of "cross-addiction," reaching sobriety in one addiction and then moving addictive behavior to a new drug of choice. One provider recognizes that addicts aren't waiting for sobriety to act out.

House passes sixth version of prison relocation bill, excludes private operators

03/13/2013 8:46pm
A bill marking the next step in relocating the Utah State Prison from Draper passed the House on Wednesday, but not before lawmakers eliminated the possibility that a new facility could be privately run.

House passes sixth version of prison relocation bill, excludes private operators

03/13/2013 8:46pm
A bill marking the next step in relocating the Utah State Prison from Draper passed the House on Wednesday, but not before lawmakers eliminated the possibility that a new facility could be privately run.

Durant, Westbrook lead Thunder past Jazz

03/13/2013 9:13pm
The Jazz score 28 in the first half and lose big to the Thunder 110-87.

New U. rules mean frats can't have alcohol, with few exceptions

03/13/2013 9:21pm
he University of Utah and its associated fraternities and sororities have agreed on a change that could leave some students dry.

New U. rules mean frats can't have alcohol, with few exceptions

03/13/2013 9:21pm
he University of Utah and its associated fraternities and sororities have agreed on a change that could leave some students dry.

Utah beats USC 69-66 at Pac-12 tourney

03/13/2013 9:56pm
The Utes hold on late to beat USC 69-66 to advance to the next round of the Pac-12 tournament.

Showdown looms between gov, legislators over 'constitutional carry'

03/13/2013 10:21pm
A showdown between Gov. Gary Herbert and state lawmakers could be coming now that the Utah Legislature has passed a so-called constitutional carry gun law.

Showdown looms between gov, legislators over 'constitutional carry'

03/13/2013 10:21pm
A showdown between Gov. Gary Herbert and state lawmakers could be coming now that the Utah Legislature has passed a so-called constitutional carry gun law.

Hundreds of dead fish line Stansbury Park Lake

03/13/2013 10:23pm
Several dead fish were found at Stansbury Park Lake in Tooele, leaving many with questions about the odd sight.

Hundreds of dead fish line Stansbury Park Lake

03/13/2013 10:23pm
Several dead fish were found at Stansbury Park Lake in Tooele, leaving many with questions about the odd sight.

Argentine Jorge Bergoglio elected Pope Francis

03/13/2013 10:32pm
Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina was elected pope Wednesday, becoming the first pontiff from the Americas and the first from outside Europe in more than a millennium. He chose the name Francis, associating himself with the humble 13th-century Italian preacher who lived a life of poverty.

Utah Highway Patrolman credited for saving suicidal woman

03/13/2013 10:37pm
Utah Highway Patrol Sergeant Rich Haycock knew one day his negotiation training would come in handy. Last Thursday was that day.

Utah Highway Patrolman credited for saving suicidal woman

03/13/2013 10:37pm
Utah Highway Patrol Sergeant Rich Haycock knew one day his negotiation training would come in handy. Last Thursday was that day.
 
   
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