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December 21st, 2014
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Utah child poverty rate rises to 16%, as high as 36% in some counties

04/27/2013 8:16am
Up three percent from the year before, 16.2 percent of Utah children live in poverty, according to the latest KID COUNTS report released Thursday. For the first time, the annual report also explores the issue of intergenerational poverty.

Utah child poverty rate rises to 16%, as high as 36% in some counties

04/27/2013 8:16am
Up three percent from the year before, 16.2 percent of Utah children live in poverty, according to the latest KID COUNTS report released Thursday. For the first time, the annual report also explores the issue of intergenerational poverty.

School, media squabble over gender identity presentation

04/27/2013 8:46am
Some parents are questioning the appropriateness of a New York middle school's health class lesson, but the school says claims of inappropriateness have been overblown by media outlets.

Eagle Mountain neighborhood goes pink for woman fighting cancer

04/27/2013 9:16am
A Utah County neighborhood has gone pink from lawns to trees all in support of one of their own who is battling breast cancer.

Faith fuels Supercross rider Trey Canard after horrific crash

04/27/2013 9:28am
Trey Canard experienced the worst nightmare of every professional motorcycle rider — a horrific crash. However, refusing to give up, he's since battled back from the career-threatening injury to race again.

Thieves steal $5K worth of sporting equipment meant for disabled athletes

04/27/2013 10:20am
Police are looking for the person who broke into a Midvale rec center and stole $5,000 worth of sports equipment — including bikes for the blind and physically disabled.

UHP arrests man with 65 pounds of pot in RV

04/27/2013 11:38am
The Utah Highway Patrol made a large marijuana bust on I-70 Wednesday.

UHP arrests man with 65 pounds of pot in RV

04/27/2013 11:38am
The Utah Highway Patrol made a large marijuana bust on I-70 Wednesday.

Driver involved in early-morning Cache County chase still at large

04/27/2013 1:03pm
Police in Cache County are looking for a man who led them on a brief chase early Saturday morning, but not before handing over his driver's license first.

Outdoor Adventure: Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks

04/27/2013 2:30pm
Zion National Park - Utah's first and most-visited national park - is an area where three ecosystems collide, making the topography unlike any other.

Outdoor Adventure: Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks

04/27/2013 2:30pm
Zion National Park - Utah's first and most-visited national park - is an area where three ecosystems collide, making the topography unlike any other.

Salt Lake doctor charged with murder claims he can't afford attorney

04/27/2013 4:16pm
A Salt Lake City pediatrician charged with murdering his ex-wife has told the court he can't pay for his own attorney even though he makes $7,000 a month.

Salt Lake doctor charged with murder claims he can't afford attorney

04/27/2013 4:16pm
A Salt Lake City pediatrician charged with murdering his ex-wife has told the court he can't pay for his own attorney even though he makes $7,000 a month.

Lexus hybrid: A little too much technology?

04/27/2013 6:47pm
Lexus loaned me its GS450h. It's a sporty ride with everything on it. It'll do stuff for you that you didn't know you needed done. But when does the tech become too much for driving?

Utah businessman eulogized as loving family man, 'visionary'

04/27/2013 7:55pm
Family, friends and business associates turned out Saturday to honor Earl Holding, the Depression-era self-made billionaire who grew up in an apartment in Salt Lake City and crafted his own business empire. Holding died April 19 at the age of 86.

Utah businessman eulogized as loving family man, 'visionary'

04/27/2013 7:55pm
Family, friends and business associates turned out Saturday to honor Earl Holding, the Depression-era self-made billionaire who grew up in an apartment in Salt Lake City and crafted his own business empire. Holding died April 19 at the age of 86.

Women hurt in separate unexplained accidents

04/27/2013 8:46pm
Two women were hurt in separate accidents less than an hour apart on Salt Lake County roadways. The Utah Highway Patrol is investigating both crashes.

Women hurt in separate unexplained accidents

04/27/2013 8:46pm
Two women were hurt in separate accidents less than an hour apart on Salt Lake County roadways. The Utah Highway Patrol is investigating both crashes.

'Cops and Robbers' work to raise money for future police officers

04/27/2013 9:26pm
Some future police officers in Utah have to pay their own way through the academy in order to become police certified. A benefit was held Saturday to help raise money for those future officers, and to remember one officer recently killed in the line of duty.

'Cops and Robbers' work to raise money for future police officers

04/27/2013 9:26pm
Some future police officers in Utah have to pay their own way through the academy in order to become police certified. A benefit was held Saturday to help raise money for those future officers, and to remember one officer recently killed in the line of duty.

Motorcycling event raises money to 'Light Up Eureka'

04/27/2013 10:24pm
More than 1,000 motorcyclists gathered Saturday morning to ride for a good cause. It was the third annual Ride to Light Up Eureka, a fundraising drive to purchase some new street lights for the small Juab County town.

Motorcycling event raises money to 'Light Up Eureka'

04/27/2013 10:24pm
More than 1,000 motorcyclists gathered Saturday morning to ride for a good cause. It was the third annual Ride to Light Up Eureka, a fundraising drive to purchase some new street lights for the small Juab County town.

8 homes sustain flood damage in Murray canal break

04/27/2013 10:32pm
At least eight Murray homes were damaged, several extensively, after a Saturday canal breach pummeled them with water and mud.

8 homes sustain flood damage in Murray canal break

04/27/2013 10:32pm
At least eight Murray homes were damaged, several extensively, after a Saturday canal breach pummeled them with water and mud.

Parents confused after young soccer players are forced off school fields

04/27/2013 10:38pm
About 100 youth soccer players were forced off the field at West Bountiful Elementary School Saturday morning when they showed up for their first games of the season. The odd thing is, nobody is really sure why.

Parents confused after young soccer players are forced off school fields

04/27/2013 10:38pm
About 100 youth soccer players were forced off the field at West Bountiful Elementary School Saturday morning when they showed up for their first games of the season. The odd thing is, nobody is really sure why.
 
   
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