3 teens arrested, rancher cleared after Logan Canyon confrontation
Three teens have been arrested in conjunction with an alleged shooting incident that occurred in Logan canyon early Friday morning, police said.
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Ben Lockhart | Posted Jul 31st - 10:27pm
Police were investigating the scene of an auto-pedestrian crash Friday night that left a man in extremely critical condition.
Andrew Adams | Posted Jul 31st - 10:20pm
Dramatic 911 audio documents several tense minutes for a St. George woman, who called for help after getting stuck underneath her house.
Tracie Snowder | Posted Jul 31st - 10:18pm
Forty-two inmates at Utah State Prison went on a hunger strike Friday morning and said they won't eat until their demands are met.
Ben Lockhart | Posted Jul 31st - 9:22pm
A man who illegally owned 13 firearms told police after his arrest that he wanted to either go to jail or die in a shootout with officers, according to charges filed Friday in 2nd District Court.
Matt Sedensky and Marisol Medina, Associated Press | Posted Jul 31st - 8:51pm
After hundreds of rescue workers fanned out across a massive swath of the Atlantic for a full week, the Coast Guard's search for two teenage fishermen ended Friday, a heart-rending decision for families so convinced the boys could be alive they're pressing on with their own hunt.
Carole Mikita | Posted Jul 31st - 8:47pm
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Farai Mutsaka, Associated Press | Posted Jul 31st - 8:42pm
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Liza Lucas, Special to CNN | Posted Jul 31st - 8:31pm
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Jasen Lee | Posted Jul 31st - 8:17pm
The Governor's Office of Economic Development board approved tax incentives for energy firms SolarCity and Vivint Solar projected to result in the creation of nearly 7,000 new full-time positions in Salt Lake and Utah counties.
Megan Marsden Christensen | Posted Jul 31st - 8:03pm
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Frank Eltman, Associated Press | Posted Jul 31st - 7:31pm
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Katie McKellar | Posted Jul 31st - 7:02pm
The spokesman for Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker was placed on paid administrative leave Thursday while city officials investigate online comments he allegedly posted criticizing the mayor's campaign opponents.
Mike Anderson | Posted Jul 31st - 6:29pm
Hundreds of rockets will launch Saturday at the Utah Rocket Club's 20th annual Hellfire Rocket Launch.
McKenzie Romero | Posted Jul 31st - 6:25pm
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McKenzie Romero | Posted Jul 31st - 6:25pm
Trial dates have been blocked out for of an 18-year-old accused of killing his girlfriend when he was 14, even as his attorney says he is awaiting new information that could shape their case.
Linda Williams and Brittany Copeland | Posted Jul 31st - 5:29pm
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Dennis Romboy | Posted Jul 31st - 5:28pm
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