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Sunday Edition: Housing market, immigration reform and gun manufacturers moving to Utah

06/02/2013 9:00am
Utah's housing marking is looking for a spring rebound. We'll take a closer look at all of the factors boosting prices. Plus, we'll explain why your credit score may not be as good as what your credit report says it is. Then, see why the national gun debate could make Utah the economic beneficiary of unhappy gun manufacturers.

VIDEO: Primary Children's Medical Center installs new sky bridge

06/02/2013 9:20am
Primary Children's Medical Center has installed a new sky bridge over Mario Capecchi Drive.

Prison volunteers teach religion, life skills to Utah's 6,900 inmates

06/02/2013 10:15am
About 300 men and women who volunteer in Utah's prison were honored Saturday at a celebration at the LDS Conference Center. Some 1,500 volunteers serve an inmate population of about 6,900.

Program seeks to decrease violence among children

06/02/2013 11:45am
The YWCA hosted a one-day seminar on Peaceabilities, a program to help parents and teachers promote peace among children.

Price teen wins national BLM award for work on local trail

06/02/2013 12:30pm
Joshua Barlow, an Eagle Scout from Price, was selected as a national recipient of the BLM's "Making a Difference," volunteer award. Barlow worked on restoring the Gordon Creek Trail and adjacent area near Price.

Tesoro to pay $1.1M fine for violations of Clean Air Act

06/02/2013 3:37pm
Four Tesoro refineries, including one in Salt Lake City, violated the Clean Air Act by not exercising enough testing of its gasoline products, the EPA says. The violations reduced the efficacy of the EPA's fuel standards program to reduce pollution.

Police respond to reports of pipe bombs in Provo

06/02/2013 4:22pm
Two homeowners found what they thought may have been pipe bombs early Sunday afternoon. Provo police are still investigating one of those packages as a possible explosive device.

Woman gives birth to twins on freeway near 'Tree of Life' sculpture

06/02/2013 4:39pm
Twins were born Sunday morning near the Tree of Life on I-80 about 25 miles east of Wendover.

400 LDS members greeted with cheers at Utah Pride Parade

06/02/2013 6:30pm
More than 400 members of the LDS church marched in support of the LGBTQ community Sunday morning during the annual Utah Pride Parade. The parade was followed by a festival, the larges ever in Utah.

1 dead, 3 injured in head-on collision

06/02/2013 6:59pm
One woman is dead and three injured after a head-on collision in Magna, Sunday afternoon.

Summer vacation: Not just for kids

06/02/2013 7:42pm
Students everywhere will soon be taking a much-needed break from the daily grind of school. As much as kids need the time off, there is another group of people who need it too.

Motocyclist breaks both legs in crash with SUV

06/02/2013 8:11pm
A motorcyclist is in serious condition after slamming into an SUV and breaking both his legs.

Hiker rescued from Davis Creek Trail after fall

06/02/2013 8:37pm
A 38-year-old man was rescued and transported by medical helicopter to an area hospital after falling 50 feet during a hike Sunday afternoon.

14-year-old on bike without brakes injured in car accident

06/02/2013 8:59pm
A teen riding a bike that had no brakes was hit by a car and hospitalized Sunday afternoon.
 
   
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