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April 20th, 2014
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Tips for helping kids cope with news of tragedy

04/16/2013 8:18am
Therapists recommend parents not pretend like nothing bad happened, but be sensitive in talking to their children about news and images of the Boston explosions.

Tips for helping kids cope with news of tragedy

04/16/2013 8:18am
Therapists recommend parents not pretend like nothing bad happened, but be sensitive in talking to their children about news and images of the Boston explosions.

AEDs in most schools; placement, training still problems

04/16/2013 9:25am
Utah officials are encouraged to find most schools have defibrillators on hand, but they say there is a long way to go to saving lives with the machines.

AEDs in most schools; placement, training still problems

04/16/2013 9:25am
Utah officials are encouraged to find most schools have defibrillators on hand, but they say there is a long way to go to saving lives with the machines.

Google Maps helps reunite stolen Beetle with its owner

04/16/2013 9:50am
When a man's beloved Volkswagen Beetle went missing, he posted a plea for help online. One of his readers searched the streets of Los Angeles on Google Maps and helped reunite the beat-up bug with its owner.

2nd victim, 2nd arrest in fatal Mesquite stabbing

04/16/2013 10:29am
Police in Mesquite say the body of a second man was found hidden in a basement and a second arrest has been made in what appears to be a weekend double homicide.

2nd victim, 2nd arrest in fatal Mesquite stabbing

04/16/2013 10:29am
Police in Mesquite say the body of a second man was found hidden in a basement and a second arrest has been made in what appears to be a weekend double homicide.

'MythBusters' filming in Desolation Canyon

04/16/2013 11:32am
Utah's scenic and diverse landscapes are an alluring backdrop for movie makers, and now the science- and thrills-based "MythBusters" has picked the Desolation Canyon area to film an upcoming episode.

'MythBusters' filming in Desolation Canyon

04/16/2013 11:32am
Utah's scenic and diverse landscapes are an alluring backdrop for movie makers, and now the science- and thrills-based "MythBusters" has picked the Desolation Canyon area to film an upcoming episode.

Giant land snails invade Florida, eating all in their path

04/16/2013 11:58am
First snakes, now snails — Florida is under siege due to slimy giant African land snails that eat everything in their path.

Tragedies shouldn't be necessary to keep sports in perspective

04/16/2013 12:17pm
Shortly after the Boston Marathon explosions, we heard that the tragedy puts sports in perspective. Unfortunately, as many BYU and Utah fans prove, that perspective only lasts so long. Sooner or later, some fans go back to being over the top.

Cache County man accused of sex abuse; bail $95k

04/16/2013 12:22pm
A 20-year-old Amalga man is being held in the Cache County jail on $95,000 bail after his arrest on felony sex abuse charges involving children.

Cache County man accused of sex abuse; bail $95k

04/16/2013 12:22pm
A 20-year-old Amalga man is being held in the Cache County jail on $95,000 bail after his arrest on felony sex abuse charges involving children.

Have You Seen This? 30 skiers, 1 backflip

04/16/2013 12:42pm
A group of 30 skiers in Canada held hands and pulled off a simultaneous backflip in hopes of setting a new world record.

Defense rests case in Jodi Arias murder trial

04/16/2013 1:28pm
Defense attorneys in Jodi Arias' murder trial rested their case Tuesday after about 2 1/2 months of testimony aimed at portraying the defendant as a victim of domestic violence who was forced to fight for her life on the day she killed her one-time boyfriend.

Residents: Students took pranks too far with raccoon carcasses

04/16/2013 1:53pm
A prank by students at Spanish Fork High School has some people upset after raccoon carcasses were found on a city softball field. The pranks started when the Spanish Fork High School softball team stuck forks into the city field where the high school boys baseball team plays.

Residents: Students took pranks too far with raccoon carcasses

04/16/2013 1:53pm
A prank by students at Spanish Fork High School has some people upset after raccoon carcasses were found on a city softball field. The pranks started when the Spanish Fork High School softball team stuck forks into the city field where the high school boys baseball team plays.

Few see immigration, gun control as nation's top problems

04/16/2013 2:14pm
A new report shows that Americans believe gun control and immigration are not the most important problems facing the nation.

Doing the right things in sports; best catch of the year

04/16/2013 3:39pm
In wake of the Boston Marathon bombing, a group of sporting entities are doing the right things to show why sports are amazing.

First look at Electro in 'Amazing Spider-Man 2'

04/16/2013 3:49pm
New pictures have surfaced of Jamie Foxx playing Electro in Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2."

Is Orem getting a fair shake in Cascade Golf Center proposal?

04/16/2013 4:22pm
At least one of Orem's citizens has been very outspoken in criticizing a proposal that would see the Cascade Golf Center turned into a private neighborhood for Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen and his family, with the city getting a public sports complex in return.

Is Orem getting a fair shake in Cascade Golf Center proposal?

04/16/2013 4:22pm
At least one of Orem's citizens has been very outspoken in criticizing a proposal that would see the Cascade Golf Center turned into a private neighborhood for Vivint CEO Todd Pedersen and his family, with the city getting a public sports complex in return.

Ex-officer sentenced for insurance fraud

04/16/2013 4:34pm
A former Price police officer will serve jail time for defrauding his insurance company.

Ex-officer sentenced for insurance fraud

04/16/2013 4:34pm
A former Price police officer will serve jail time for defrauding his insurance company.

Couple killed in murder-suicide had 'no history' of violence, police say

04/16/2013 5:22pm
Toni Lyn Cavagnaro, 40, and Sean Thomas Kenealey, 45, were a couple for about 10 years.

Couple killed in murder-suicide had 'no history' of violence, police say

04/16/2013 5:22pm
Toni Lyn Cavagnaro, 40, and Sean Thomas Kenealey, 45, were a couple for about 10 years.

Kennecott slide moved more than 165M tons of dirt

04/16/2013 5:41pm
More than 165 million tons of rock and dirt came crashing into one of the world's largest open pits in last week's massive landslide that halted operations at the Bingham Canyon Mine.

Kennecott slide moved more than 165M tons of dirt

04/16/2013 5:41pm
More than 165 million tons of rock and dirt came crashing into one of the world's largest open pits in last week's massive landslide that halted operations at the Bingham Canyon Mine.

Archaeologists try to explain mysterious stone structure in Sea of Galilee

04/16/2013 6:28pm
A stone structure over 30 meters and 200 meters wide surprised scientists when it was was found submerged beneath the Sea of Galilee in 2003. Essentially it's a giant pile of rocks, but when it was built and why it's there have been unanswered questions.

Archaeologists try to explain mysterious stone structure in Sea of Galilee

04/16/2013 6:28pm
A stone structure over 30 meters and 200 meters wide surprised scientists when it was was found submerged beneath the Sea of Galilee in 2003. Essentially it's a giant pile of rocks, but when it was built and why it's there have been unanswered questions.

Former teacher gets up to 20 years in prison for sex abuse

04/16/2013 7:03pm
A former private school instructor and coach accused of having repeated sexual encounters with two female students has been ordered to prison.

Provo girl planned to leave home; intentions unknown

04/16/2013 7:10pm
A 14-year-old girl missing for 24 hours planned to be away from her house, but did not want people to think she was a runaway, according to police.

Provo girl planned to leave home; intentions unknown

04/16/2013 7:10pm
A 14-year-old girl missing for 24 hours planned to be away from her house, but did not want people to think she was a runaway, according to police.

Out-of-this-world dad builds intricate spaceship for toddler son

04/16/2013 7:30pm
Forget about a cardboard box. An Alabama dad went where no man has gone before by building an intricate spacecraft simulator for his toddler son to captain, right in his backyard.

Man who bombed LDS meetinghouse paroled

04/16/2013 7:47pm
Twenty-five years after one of the most infamous standoffs in Utah history, the man responsible for that event will be released from prison.

Victims of military sexual trauma speak out in Clothesline Project

04/16/2013 7:59pm
Each year, the Clothesline Project brings to light sexual abuse. This year, Utah's Department of Veterans' Affair wants to draw attention to a specific emerging problem: military sexual trauma.

Victims of military sexual trauma speak out in Clothesline Project

04/16/2013 7:59pm
Each year, the Clothesline Project brings to light sexual abuse. This year, Utah's Department of Veterans' Affair wants to draw attention to a specific emerging problem: military sexual trauma.

Civil War reenactor brings replica cannon to Vernal

04/16/2013 8:24pm
From his shoes to his belt to his hat, Val Spruell is passionate about the Civil War. And now, he has the cannon to prove it.

Civil War reenactor brings replica cannon to Vernal

04/16/2013 8:24pm
From his shoes to his belt to his hat, Val Spruell is passionate about the Civil War. And now, he has the cannon to prove it.

Shopping addiction — you're kidding, right?

04/16/2013 8:27pm
"Friday Night Lights" writer Buzz Bissinger recently "opened the closet" on his shopping addiction. He is not the only one abusing this drug of choice.

Davis to give random drug tests to students

04/16/2013 8:48pm
Students in Davis County will be subject to random drug tests beginning this fall after the Davis School Board on Tuesday adopted a policy aimed at deterring the use of illegal and prohibited substances.

Davis to give random drug tests to students

04/16/2013 8:48pm
Students in Davis County will be subject to random drug tests beginning this fall after the Davis School Board on Tuesday adopted a policy aimed at deterring the use of illegal and prohibited substances.

American Airlines cancels all U.S. flights for several hours

04/16/2013 9:28pm
A computer system used to run many daily operations at American Airlines failed Tuesday, forcing the nation's third-largest carrier to ground all flights across the United States for several hours and stranding thousands of frustrated passengers at airports and on planes.

Photos show men who burglarized hardware store 3 times

04/16/2013 9:37pm
Police are looking for burglars who have broken into a Moroni hardware store multiple times over the past several months.

Photos show men who burglarized hardware store 3 times

04/16/2013 9:37pm
Police are looking for burglars who have broken into a Moroni hardware store multiple times over the past several months.

New device clears way for ambulances in Salt Lake City

04/16/2013 9:54pm
A small device is clearing the way for ambulances, and it could make a world of difference — especially in the case of a major disaster or attack in Salt Lake City.

Asteroid size of 'city block' created crater near Moab; another could strike

04/16/2013 10:40pm
The spectacular fireball that exploded over Siberia in February was a reminder — giant rocks can come out of space and threaten us all. Many scientists believe an incomparably bigger catastrophe once hit Utah, and it could happen again anytime, anywhere.
 
   
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