July 6th, 2015
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06/08/2013 9:03amNine months after a volunteer football coach was arrested for colliding with a 13-year-old player running the ball near the sideline, all charges have been dropped. And Nathan Harris is glad to be back to life as usual with his family.
06/08/2013 9:34amPrices are soaring, homes are selling faster and buyers are receiving multiple offers. As the market moves higher, KSL has taken a closer look at what's on the market and what you can get for around $200,000.
06/08/2013 9:34amYou probably won't take your Lexus off-roading, so we did it for you. We test out the on-road features to mixed reviews, and then see when the GX460 has to quit off-road.
06/08/2013 10:05amGary Winston Fotheringham, 32, pleaded guilty Friday to a series of gropings at the University of Utah.
06/08/2013 11:05amWith summer in full swing, the weather can get dangerously hot, and the Utah Health Department has a few warnings for Utahns.
06/08/2013 11:32amAn Arizona man has filed a lawsuit alleging that he was held in jail for 17 days without access to an attorney and without any formal charges.
06/08/2013 12:18pmThis weekend marks the launch of third annual Urban Flea Market that will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the second Sunday of every month through October.
06/08/2013 12:49pmFire fighters rescued several dogs and puppies after an Ogden residence caught fire Saturday morning.
06/08/2013 2:05pmFor former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt, the "Experts & Enthusiasts" retreat hosted by 2012 GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney that ended Friday was an opportunity to reunite with some of the campaign's other key supporters.
06/08/2013 3:36pmMore than 7,000 Utahns who went through foreclosure during the recession will receive a check this month as part of a massive, national settlement.
06/08/2013 3:58pmThe Salt Lake County Planning Commission will consider Wednesday a proposal to rezone the controversial Tavaci development to a designation that allows higher-density housing and commercial development. The County Council has the final decision.
06/08/2013 4:29pmWith only two law firms responding to the request for special counsel to investigate alleged election law violations regarding Attorney General John Swallow, the state is extending the bid period two weeks.
06/08/2013 5:10pmPeople looking for fresh produce at the Downtown Farmers Market were worried about the selection available to them, but farmers say this year's beginning-of-the-season offerings were better than last year's.
06/08/2013 6:58pmKatie Ward had no idea what she was in for when she met up with friends for barbeque Thursday night.
06/08/2013 8:15pmApproximately 8,000 runners descended on Provo Saturday as participants in this year's Utah Valley Marathon.
06/08/2013 8:54pmThe gears of government disaster relief often turn slowly, and so pastors from a Utah church have trekked to Oklahoma.
06/08/2013 10:18pmFor seasoned and first-time anglers alike, Saturday was a good day for fishing.
06/08/2013 10:29pmRunners got muddy for a cause Saturday in the Dirty Dash.
06/08/2013 10:40pmFollowing the arrest of an alleged sexual predator, Provo police are asking the public to be on alert for other possible victims.
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