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West Valley police investigating Sunday morning stabbing

Dennis Romboy  |  Posted  May 1st - 10:30pm

Police are investigating a Sunday morning stabbing that left a 43-year-old man in critical condition.

National Defense Authorization Act includes provisions on sage grouse

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  Posted  May 1st - 10:25pm

The House Armed Services Committee passed the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2017 on Thursday. The bill includes a provision that prevents the implementation of federal plans on sage grouse management in Utah and other states.

Police: Man arrested in killing of stepson

Ashton Goodell  |  Posted  May 1st - 10:24pm

A 18-month-old toddler died Sunday morning after fighting for his life for two days at Primary Children's Hospital. Unified Police Department reported that the stepfather drown the young boy.

After more than 6 years, 3 families yearn for justice in day care abuse case

McKenzie Romero  |  Posted  May 1st - 10:00pm

For six years, the case of a Murray day care provider charged with violently abusing three toddlers has languished in court. The families of the three alleged victims say it has been a "living nightmare" to wait for justice.

Utah council wants governor, A.G. probe of monument push

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  Posted  May 1st - 8:32pm

The Constitutional Defense Council voted unanimously Wednesday to ask Gov. Gary Herbert's office, as well as Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes, to investigate the support behind the push for a new monument in Utah and provide details on opponents.

New strategies eliminate long waitlist for food truck hopefuls

Daphne Chen  |  Posted  May 1st - 8:01pm

Dawn Cox was on the verge of quitting when she got the call she'd been waiting for: Inspectors were ready to approve her food truck. That was in February, four months after she first applied for a permit.

Sen. Orrin Hatch headed to Israel to meet with Netanyahu

Dennis Romboy  |  Posted  May 1st - 7:31pm

Sen. Orrin Hatch is traveling to Israel on Monday to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as the Obama administration proposes the largest military aid package ever to another country.

Gov. Herbert met with lobbyists to ask for fundraising help in primary

Lisa Riley Roche  |  Posted  May 1st - 7:00pm

Gov. Gary Herbert held a breakfast meeting with lobbyists to seek their help raising money for his primary election race but told them it was "not a quid pro quo situation," his campaign manager, Marty Carpenter, said Thursday.

Photos: High wind event causes damage, outages, closures

Angie H. Treasure  |  Posted  May 1st - 6:44pm

A high wind event concentrated in Davis and Weber Counties began Saturday evening and continued into Sunday morning, causing power outages and significant damage in affected areas.

FrontRunner train offers first Sunday service for air show

The Associated Press  |  Posted  May 1st - 5:44pm

After eight years of taking a day off on Sunday, the FrontRunner train will help shuttle commuters to an air show at Hill Air Force Base on both weekend days next month.

Report: Funding gap between district and charter schools narrows, but complete equity unlikely

Morgan Jacobsen  |  Posted  May 1st - 4:01pm

The gap in per-pupil funding between district schools and charter schools continues to narrow thanks to past efforts and recent legislation, according to a Utah Foundation report released Wednesday.

Refugee goat project growing by leaps and bounds thanks to investment

Marjorie Cortez  |  Posted  May 1st - 3:16pm

A herd that started with about a dozen goats is slowly becoming a money-making venture for three African refugee communities in Utah. The East African Refugee Goat Project recently won a $30,000 investment from Venture Philanthropy Utah.

Magna man dies after crashing into parked semitruck on I-15

Angie H. Treasure  |  Posted  May 1st - 2:44pm

A Magna man died Sunday morning after he crashed into the back of a parked semitruck on I-15 near Centerville, authorities said.

UK doctors embrace e-cigarettes as US officials shy away

Daphne Chen  |  Posted  May 1st - 12:13pm

A report from the Royal College of Physicians summarized 10 years of data on e-cigarettes and tobacco and concluded that smokers should be urged to switch to e-cigarettes.

Families need to know of dying decision to donate organs

Wendy Leonard  |  Posted  May 1st - 10:32am

More than 1.5 million Utahns are registered as organ donors, but that decisions only makes a difference when family and friends know of that dying wish, according to Intermountain Donor Services officials.

St. George man allegedly defrauded group that helps disabled

The Associated Press  |  Posted  May 1st - 8:30am

A human resource officer is accused of defrauding a St. George company that provides group home services to people with autism and other disabilities.

Video: Utah’s 2nd Lantern Fest draws thousands to illuminate night sky

Natalie Crofts  |  Posted  May 1st - 2:11am

Windy weather didn’t get in the way of Utahns sending thousands of lanterns into the night sky Saturday.

High winds cause several power outages in Davis County

Xoel Cardenas and Ashton Goodell  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 11:09pm

High winds caused several power outages in Davis County on Saturday night.

Police looking for man who robbed Stansbury Park pharmacy

Xoel Cardenas  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:29pm

Police are asking the public’s help in identifying a man who robbed a local pharmacy on Saturday afternoon.

Contentious politics, rising gas prices impact consumer confidence, report says

Jasen Lee  |  Posted  Apr 30th - 10:25pm

The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index decreased 6.4 points to 109 in April. Despite the declines, the index sits 3.4 points higher than a year ago. In comparison, the national Consumer Confidence index fell 1.9 points to register at 94.2.