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December 21st, 2014
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Negative ads deteriorate respect for fathers, experts say

06/13/2013 7:47am
Can commercials and TV shows portraying fathers as idiots have a negative effect in the home? Some counselors say they might, so dads should remember the impact they have on their families.

Charges dismissed against former U swim coach

06/13/2013 7:58am
An Arizona judge has dropped all charges against a former University of Utah swim coach accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl in Arizona prior to his coaching in Utah.

Husband accidentally sells wife's $23K wedding ring in yard sale

06/13/2013 10:04am
After selling off a $23,000 wedding ring hidden in a box, a couple is asking the buyer to return the ring.

Maybe it's time for the Jazz to fire Corbin

06/13/2013 10:31am
As successful coaches continue to get fired in the NBA, Kevin Graham wonders if now is the time for the Jazz to make a change.

SUV crashes into business, almost hits woman

06/13/2013 11:24am
An SUV plowed through the front window of a Sandy dry cleaning company, barely missing an employee. Most days, three children likely could have been playing right in front of the window.

Have You Seen This? Dads are awesome

06/13/2013 1:13pm
Father's Day is around the corner, and this short video reminds us of why we celebrate this special day.

9 women who could play Wonder Woman

06/13/2013 2:08pm
KSL movie guys John Clyde and Travis Poppleton try to help out writer David Goyer as he searches for the perfect Wonder Woman.

'One-eyed illegal chicken' subject of grandmother's indictment

06/13/2013 4:21pm
A woman was indicted last week for illegally keeping chickens within Burley city limits. An animal control representative noticed two chickens, a one-eyed white silky and Rhode Island red, on her land and told her get rid of them. She was not happy.

Teen injured in tree fall at Scout camp in Uinta Mountains

06/13/2013 5:43pm
A medical helicopter responded to Hinckley Scout Ranch Thursday after wind blew a tree onto a teenage Scout. He had to be hospitalized, and a second Scout was also injured in an unrelated accident.

Therapist asks Lagoon to remove sexual scene from 'Terror Ride'

06/13/2013 5:44pm
A therapist concerned about the message of sexual violence a scene Lagoon's "Terror Ride" sends is asking the amusement park to reconsider its inclusion.

More charges filed against 'Mountain Man'

06/13/2013 5:49pm
A fugitive captured after a series of cabin break-ins has been charged in yet another county.

Loose cow leads officers on chase through Roy neighborhood

06/13/2013 6:04pm
A cow loose in Davis County on Thursday had homeowners scratching their heads as the animal led authorities on a chase that ended in a Roy woman's backyard.

'Back to the Future'? SLC clock tower struck by lightning, frozen in time

06/13/2013 6:26pm
A lightning strike has left the large clock atop Salt Lake's City and County Building frozen in time, and observers can't help but draw a connection to a 1980s hit movie series.

Wife's website critical of feds could land Jeremy Johnson in jail

06/13/2013 6:43pm
Indicted St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson could end up back in jail if his wife continues to run a website critical of the federal government.

Father who drowned while rescuing son 'definitely a hero'

06/13/2013 6:51pm
The father who drowned rescuing his young son on a boating trip Wednesday always put "family first," a neighbor said.

90 percent of Utahns want immigration reform this year, poll says

06/13/2013 6:52pm
The bipartisan immigration reform legislation is packed with provisions and still a work in progress. But a recent poll shows that most Utahns think the time to make a compromise on the bill is now.

Stinky smell sparks lawsuit from city of Pleasant Grove

06/13/2013 7:36pm
Business leaders, property owners and elected officials gathered on Thursday to protest what they call PGO: Pleasant Grove Odor.

No guts, no grapefruit: The day Almanzo Wilder knocked on my door

06/13/2013 7:58pm
I answered the doorbell and saw a teenage boy dressed in overalls, a plaid shirt and muddy boots standing on my front porch. What happened next quite possibly broke a record for the world's most awkward communication failure.

Man saves baby's life using turkey baster

06/13/2013 8:24pm
A Good Samaritan and a common kitchen utensil are being credited with saving a Michigan baby's life.

360 Utah inmates receive high school diploma for 2013

06/13/2013 9:47pm
The students that graduated Wednesday in Draper are what you'd call non-traditional — and "future" is something that isn't a given. The class of 2013 at the Utah State Prison paraded beneath barbed wire under the watch of a SWAT team.

KSL viewer replaces stolen bike of boy with autism

06/13/2013 10:37pm
A Kearns boy with autism woke up Tuesday to find his bike had been stolen from his grandparents yard. But thankfully, a KSL viewer stepped up to the plate and made sure he wasn't sidelined long.

Store clerk wrestles gun from robber; arrest made from DNA

06/13/2013 10:53pm
Surveillance cameras captured the minutes an Ogden store clerk fought back and got the gun from an armed robber. Police say they have the suspect behind bars Thursday night thanks to DNA found at the scene.

Family spreading organ donation message after 2-year-old receives new heart

06/13/2013 10:56pm
Earlier this week, a young Philadelphia girl successfully challenged a policy that kept her from receiving lungs from an adult donor. A Utah family in a similar situation says no one can fully understand the need for donors until they've experienced it themselves.

Paralyzed in accident, horsewoman learns to ride again

06/13/2013 11:02pm
22-year-old Amberley Snyder's story is one of triumph over tragedy, and it all boils down to the fact that success comes once you determine that you'll never give up.

Winds spark, fuel grass fires in Utah County and eastern Utah

06/13/2013 11:08pm
Winds gusting well above 50 miles per hour downed power lines, sparking a fire in Provo, and contributed to the spread of fire throughout the state Thursday night.
 
   
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