Shop owner, employees face charges for missing Olympic memorabiliaBy Randall Jeppesen
The owner and two employees of a consignment shop are in jail after cottonwood heights police say the three were selling people's property but telling the owners the property disappeared.
Jan 27th - 1:32pm
Standing flood water amounts to feet in some areasBy Shara Park and Alex Cabrero
For the last 24 hours, northern Utah communities have been working to keep icy water from flooding homes — a problem they usually don't have in what should be the dead of winter.
Jan 20th - 9:46pm
Teenage boys put out house fireBy Mary Richards
Two teenage boys stopped a house fire in Kearns Thursday.
Jan 13th - 2:31pm
Doug Does New HampshireBy Doug Wright
The big show hasn't even seen the final credits here in New Hampshire and already eyes are shifting to the prize of South Carolina and even Florida. And, the only two names that are buzzing here in the Granite State are Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman.
Jan 10th - 7:25am
New Hampshire NotebookBy Andrew Adams
Monday marked a highly active day on the campaign trail in New Hampshire for both Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman. Huntsman especially burned a path through the state with 7 different appearances. Romney had 3.
Jan 9th - 11:28pm
N.H. Blog: Day 1By Andrew Adams
Greetings after a first full day on the campaign trail in New Hampshire. It was a day filled with a ton of energy, stops in several towns and cities, lunch at one of the cooler 24-hour diners you'll ever see, and even a goat stumping for Jon Huntsman.
Jan 9th - 10:53am
Doug does New HampshireBy Doug Wright
Right now, political wonks see New Hampshire the center of the known Universe and the day started with a debate on NBC that allowed a rematch for those who didn't quite connect their punches aimed at Mitt Romney last night at Saint Anselm College.
Jan 8th - 11:25pm
Utah lawmaker looks to regulate payday lending litigationBy Mary Richards
A Salt Lake legislator is looking to stop "court shopping" for payday lenders.
Dec 26th - 12:37pm
Local police don't put a lot of stake in DUI checkpoint appBy Marc Giauque
Some members of Congress are calling on the makers of smart phones to ban the sales of an app that tips off drivers to the location of DUI roadblocks, speed enforcement efforts and traffic cams. But others, including local police, say the apps can be good deterrents.
May 18th - 5:40pm
Remember the victimsBy Becky Bruce
In all the coverage of the accused gunman, don't forget the people he left behind.
Jan 11th - 8:58am
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