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Celeste Tholen Rosenlof | posted Mar 11th - 12:19pm
Natalie Crofts | posted Mar 11th - 11:04am
A Unified police officer discovered 22 pounds of marijuana after stopping to help a stranded motorist on the side of the road, police said.
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McKenzie Romero | posted Mar 11th - 9:59am
Mary Richards | posted Mar 11th - 9:41am
Paul Nelson | posted Mar 11th - 9:19am
Nkoyo Iyamba and Linda Williams | posted Mar 11th - 9:02am
A man was hit by a car as he tried to phone police about a separate traffic accident.
Linda Williams | posted Mar 11th - 8:12am
Deanie Wimmer | posted Mar 11th - 7:35am
Andrew Adams | posted Mar 11th - 6:55am
Natalie Crofts | posted Mar 10th - 11:09pm
A home was declared a total loss after a gas leak caused an explosion.
Mike Headrick | posted Mar 10th - 10:40pm
While there are a million reasons to procrastinate filing your taxes, there is one very good reason you may want to hurry and get it done. It has become a race between you and identity thieves, and the winner gets the cash.
Sam Penrod | posted Mar 10th - 10:22pm
The owner of the Star Mill recently lost a legal battle that requires him to sell the property to a developer. Now the future of the American Fork landmark is in question.
Lisa Riley Roche and Dennis Romboy | posted Mar 10th - 10:19pm
There is no money for House Speaker Becky Lockhart's education technology initiative in the budget deal worked out over the weekend with Senate leaders that moved forward Monday in the Legislature.
Carole Mikita | posted Mar 10th - 9:25pm
Hope is a very important word for cancer patients, and soon they will have a new place to stay with a loved one while going through treatments and recovery.
Geoff Liesik | posted Mar 10th - 9:24pm
A dinosaur footprints pried out of the ground near Moab may still be intact, despite having been dumped in the Colorado River, according to a paleontologist with the Bureau of Land Management.
Nkoyo Iyamba | posted Mar 10th - 9:16pm
Of Utah's 2,821 public school buses, 1,000 have been retrofitted for cleaner emission. But the state Office of Education reports that 739 buses built before 2001 don't qualify for upgrades, which means they don't meet standards set by the EPA.
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