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September 21st, 2014
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Sunday Edition: Legislature 2013, talking about race and Snake Valley water

03/31/2013 9:00am
A closer look at how well the Legislature did on dealing with the issues most important to voters. Plus, race and language. And, Utah versus Nevada over water rights in the Snake Valley.

Sunday Edition: Legislature 2013, talking about race and Snake Valley water

03/31/2013 9:00am
A closer look at how well the Legislature did on dealing with the issues most important to voters. Plus, race and language. And, Utah versus Nevada over water rights in the Snake Valley.

Police look for pair tied to Walker Center burglary

03/31/2013 9:20am
Police are seeking information about two men who allegedly robbed a Walker Center tenant.

Police look for pair tied to Walker Center burglary

03/31/2013 9:20am
Police are seeking information about two men who allegedly robbed a Walker Center tenant.

Boy sells lemonade and cookies to raise money for wheelchairs

03/31/2013 9:40am
Four years ago, now 9-year-old Zack Francom sold enough lemonade and cookies to cover the donation of one wheelchair. The next year, he raised enough for 15. Last year? He donated enough for 21 wheelchairs. And this year, he hopes to break his record.

Boy sells lemonade and cookies to raise money for wheelchairs

03/31/2013 9:40am
Four years ago, now 9-year-old Zack Francom sold enough lemonade and cookies to cover the donation of one wheelchair. The next year, he raised enough for 15. Last year? He donated enough for 21 wheelchairs. And this year, he hopes to break his record.

9-year-old raises $22K on Kickstarter to prove teasing brothers wrong

03/31/2013 10:15am
A 9-year-old girl has raised $23,000 to develop a video game after her brothers teased her about not being able to learn the skill, but the campaign has raised questions about whether her mother exploited her gender to fund a project she could have afforded on her own.

Ogden woman dies after running car into pole, parked car

03/31/2013 11:51am
A woman was killed Sunday after her car veered off the road into a pole and then a parked car.

Ogden woman dies after running car into pole, parked car

03/31/2013 11:51am
A woman was killed Sunday after her car veered off the road into a pole and then a parked car.

Gov. names new executive director for the Department of Corrections

03/31/2013 12:25pm
Gov. Gary Herbert has named Rollin E. Cook as the new executive director of the Department of Corrections.

Gov. names new executive director for the Department of Corrections

03/31/2013 12:25pm
Gov. Gary Herbert has named Rollin E. Cook as the new executive director of the Department of Corrections.

Salt Lake City hailed for its protection of Wasatch Mountain watershed

03/31/2013 2:54pm
The city's aggressive protection of its Wasatch Mountain watershed is singled out in a new report highlighting 10 communities in the West that are models for taking steps now to protect critical water resources.

Salt Lake City hailed for its protection of Wasatch Mountain watershed

03/31/2013 2:54pm
The city's aggressive protection of its Wasatch Mountain watershed is singled out in a new report highlighting 10 communities in the West that are models for taking steps now to protect critical water resources.

Fugitive arrested after police chase ends with flaming car

03/31/2013 3:58pm
A wanted man was Sunday in custody after leading police on a chase through West Jordan that ended in flames after the man crashed into another car and drove through a back yard.

Fugitive arrested after police chase ends with flaming car

03/31/2013 3:58pm
A wanted man was Sunday in custody after leading police on a chase through West Jordan that ended in flames after the man crashed into another car and drove through a back yard.

Opinion: We aren't winning 40-year war on drugs

03/31/2013 5:08pm
In 1971, President Richard Nixon declared war on drugs. Two years later, the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse issued it's final report. This article reviews how we have done as a government and culture.

Man shot in standoff with police remembered as friendly father of 10

03/31/2013 5:38pm
The family of the Sandy man who was shot and killed by police Friday night describe him as a "dearly loved" family member who was facing some personal struggles.

Man shot in standoff with police remembered as friendly father of 10

03/31/2013 5:38pm
The family of the Sandy man who was shot and killed by police Friday night describe him as a "dearly loved" family member who was facing some personal struggles.

Search for man missing in Utah Lake continues

03/31/2013 6:20pm
Searchers resumed efforts Sunday to locate a fisherman whose empty boat was discovered among reeds in the Lindon harbor area of Utah Lake on Saturday.

Search for man missing in Utah Lake continues

03/31/2013 6:20pm
Searchers resumed efforts Sunday to locate a fisherman whose empty boat was discovered among reeds in the Lindon harbor area of Utah Lake on Saturday.

Car destroyed in fire on I-15

03/31/2013 6:46pm
A car was destroyed Sunday in an accidental blaze that occurred on I-15.

Car destroyed in fire on I-15

03/31/2013 6:46pm
A car was destroyed Sunday in an accidental blaze that occurred on I-15.

The silence of suicide

03/31/2013 8:01pm
When I hear the word suicide, there is another word that comes to mind: silence. Having had a close family member (my older sister) die from suicide, I know this feeling firsthand. Here is my story.

Google Doodle honoring Cesar Chavez on Easter upsets Twitter users

03/31/2013 9:24pm
Google is known for it's doodles, reinterpretations of the Google logo that either dazzle, entertain or commemorate something. The latest doodle, however, has some people up in arms for honoring Chicano labor leader Cesar Chavez, rather than the more predictable Easter holiday.

Google Doodle honoring Cesar Chavez on Easter upsets Twitter users

03/31/2013 9:24pm
Google is known for it's doodles, reinterpretations of the Google logo that either dazzle, entertain or commemorate something. The latest doodle, however, has some people up in arms for honoring Chicano labor leader Cesar Chavez, rather than the more predictable Easter holiday.

Shot fired in Avenues apartment complex

03/31/2013 9:27pm
Police were investigating who fired at least one shot into an apartment in the Avenues neighborhood of Salt Lake City Sunday evening.

Shot fired in Avenues apartment complex

03/31/2013 9:27pm
Police were investigating who fired at least one shot into an apartment in the Avenues neighborhood of Salt Lake City Sunday evening.

Around the world, and in Utah, Christians celebrate Easter Sunday

03/31/2013 10:34pm
Millions of Christians throughout the world celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ today. Easter services included crowds of thousands or gatherings of a few hundred.

Around the world, and in Utah, Christians celebrate Easter Sunday

03/31/2013 10:34pm
Millions of Christians throughout the world celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ today. Easter services included crowds of thousands or gatherings of a few hundred.
 
   
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