WEATHER FORECAST
for Tuesday July 29th
Salt Lake City
84° 69°

chance precip 50%
Chicago
74° 61°

chance precip 30%
Atlanta
84° 66°

chance precip 0%
Denver
80° 62°

chance precip 50%
Phoenix
107° 85°

chance precip 0%
San Francisco
73° 58°

chance precip 0%
Boise
94° 68°

chance precip 0%
Boston
78° 65°

chance precip 0%
Dallas
93° 75°

chance precip 20%
New York
80° 63°

chance precip 0%
Portland
89° 62°

chance precip 0%
Seattle
84° 61°

chance precip 0%
Miami
90° 80°

chance precip 40%
 

Georgia girl struck by plane on Florida beach dies

A 9-year-old girl who was struck by a plane that crash-landed on a beach while she vacationed with her family has died from her injuries, law enforcement officials in Florida said Tuesday.
 

SUV goes airborne into Kearns living room

A Kearns home suffered heavy damage Monday night after an allegedly drunk woman driving an SUV went airborne and ended up inside the house in a spectacular crash.
 

Addiction program graduates get new chance at life

The first class enrolled in the Alternative Substance Addiction Program graduated on Monday. ASAP is an early drug intervention program for younger offenders.
 

How much do Pac-12 coaches make?

It should come as no surprise that college athletics, particularly basketball and football, attract big money. Universities are forced to dole out large contracts to its money-making programs to have an competitive edge over other schools and confer
 

74-year-old man missing in City Creek found safe

A 74-year-old man reported missing in City Creek Canyon was found safe Tuesday morning. Emergency dispatchers said the man suffered abrasions but otherwise was OK.
 

Trial begins for attorney seeking Oklahoma bombing videos

Jesse Trentadue has been spent nearly two decades searching for answers in the death of his brother on a path that has led him to question both the government's explanation for the death and whether they are hiding information.
 

SL organizers ready to fight for 'Comic Con' name

The founders of Utah's year-old comic and pop-culture convention are preparing to fight on behalf of geeks everywhere as the reigning San Diego Comic-Con attempts to claim the title "Comic Con" for itself.
 

15-year-old diagnosed with cancer gives to help others

15-year-old Raquel Wilson was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. While she is receiving treatment consisting mostly of natural medicines, her family is raising funds to help others who are battling cancer.
 

Electric bus options available for UTA

The Utah Transit Authority got a firsthand look Monday at one of the latest all-electric mass transit vehicles. UTA is examining the bus and its charging technology manufactured by South Carolina-based Proterra Inc. for possible future use.
 

Fire damages dance studio, store

A building that houses a dance studio and a home décor store were damaged by fire Monday night in Maeser.
 

Neighbor: Accused fraudster a 'parasite' who feeds off people's money

A Lindon man has been arrested for fraud-related investigations in two counties totaling more than $100,000. His neighbor, and alleged victim, said he wants to warn other potential victims of Jerry Lovelace's financially parasitic ways.
 

Former Marine honors comrade with cross-country charity ride for kids

A former U.S. Marine sergeant is on a cross-country quest to honor a fallen comrade and raise money to help sick children in dozens of communities. He's riding his bike coast-to-coast and is in Salt Lake City for a couple of days.
 

Provo apartment managers accused of discrimination

A newly married couple who are expecting a baby said a Provo apartment complex refuses to rent to them, but the Fair Housing Act says landlords can't discriminate based on "familial status."
 

Police serve warrant for sexual assault, find illegal drugs, cash

While serving a search warrant on based on a reported rape, investigators found illegal drugs and a “sizeable amount of cash,” according to police.
 

Judge OKs record-setting $2B sale of Clippers

Embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling lost his attempt to block the $2 billion sale of the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.
 

Utah family hosts local Muslims in end-of-Ramadan celebration

Roughly 70 guests gathered at a Salt Lake City home Monday to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan, a month of fasting and cleansing for Muslims.
 

Heavy rains trigger mudslide, help crews fighting Levan Fire

Heavy rains triggered a mudslide Monday afternoon that forced the closure Highway 132 between Nephi and Fountain Green for a few hours. But that same storm was a welcome sight to firefighters battling the nearby Levan Fire.
 

Beloved St. George teacher dies in auto-pedestrian accident

A beloved middle school teacher died Friday after being hit by a vehicle while she was jogging.
 

Owens-Love race 'highly competitive,' poll says

Democrat Doug Owens said Monday his campaign's new poll shows Republican Mia Love has only a single-digit lead, confirming the race is "highly competitive."
 

Credit union evacuated after ‘suspicious’ package placed in window

Police evacuated a credit union after a "suspicious" package was placed in the teller window of the Ogden business Monday morning.
 

Accelerant fueled deadly Draper house fire, investigators say

Natural gas did not play a role in a house fire that killed a Draper man, fire officials announced Monday. But another form of accelerant caused the fire to spread rapidly, leading investigators to believe it was intentionally set.
 

Former federal judge joins defense of ex-officer charged with manslaughter

Paul Cassell, a University of Utah law professor and former federal judge, has agreed to help defend former West Valley police detective Shaun Cowley on charges of manslaughter.
 

First trailer for 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' hits the web

Our last trip to Middle Earth is still a few months away, but now we have a glimpse at what the final chapter in The Hobbit saga, "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies," has in store for us.
 

Convicted killer to stand trial in 1995 beating death of teen

Joseph Michael Simpson, who was convicted of murder in 1987, has been ordered to stand trial for the December 1995 beating death of Krystal Lynn Beslanowitch in Wasatch County.
 

UHP looks for man who allegedly pushed girlfriend from truck

A woman was taken to an area hospital after allegedly being pushed out of a moving vehicle.
 

Police: Women posed as 'agents' in robbery

Two women who claimed to be "agents" while wearing shorts and capri pants allegedly took a man's wallet and car Sunday.
 

Police searching for teen accused of shooting at pedestrians

Police here were looking Monday for a boy who allegedly fired mulitple shots at two pedestrians.
 

4 reasons a reverse mortgage might be right for you

Considering a reverse mortgage? If you're facing any of these challenges, that may be a wise decision.
 

Federal marijuana bill would legalize some cannabis strains

A federal marijuana bill introduced in the U.S. House would amend the Controlled Substances Act to exempt plants with a low percentage of THC to be used for medical purposes.