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December 27th, 2014
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Ex-jailer admits to abuse of female inmates

08/31/2013 9:29am
A former Wasatch County jailer admitted in federal court that he physically abused two women while they were incarcerated.

35 states that pay more in welfare than minimum wage

08/31/2013 9:48am
According to a study, 34 states and the District of Columbia provide more in welfare than a minimum wage job in that same state would. But does this rob Americans of their incentive to work?

Salt Lake City breaks mark for 95-degree days

08/31/2013 10:18am
The heat that has gripped Salt Lake City for much of the summer broke yet another record Friday.

Utah workplace deaths reached 39 in 2012

08/31/2013 11:28am
Utah workplace deaths in 2012 equaled the total in 2011, according to a preliminary report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Game Center: BYU at Virginia

08/31/2013 1:30pm
Follow along as the BYU Cougars take on the Virginia Cavaliers at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. with ksl.com's live Game Center.

Having a healthier Labor Day barbecue

08/31/2013 3:29pm
Unless you're a brave year-round grill master, Labor Day may be one of the last opportunities for you to host a barbecue. If you want to celebrate Monday, but you're hoping for something healthier than the standards, we've got some tips

Security guard cut during attempted shoplifting

08/31/2013 4:05pm
A security guard who tried to stop a shoplifter at a Salt Lake Walmart got cut on the hand Friday morning, police said.

UTA creates reusable cards for cash-paying riders

08/31/2013 5:11pm
Utah Transit Authority announced a new fare payment card anticipated to provide greater convenience to cash-paying riders. FAREPAY will allow customers to purchase a fare card, load it with cash and use it to tap on and off of UTA trains and buses.

DWR gives go-ahead for cheaper teen fishing licenses

08/31/2013 5:52pm
The state Division of Wildlife Resources has appoved changes to hunting and fishing licenses.

Ski jump world champ undergoes knee reconstruction in Salt Lake

08/31/2013 6:54pm
Reigning world and U.S. ski jump champion Sarah Hendrickson underwent knee surgery Thursday in Salt Lake City.

Utah-based trucking company cuts 81 jobs

08/31/2013 7:14pm
Utah-based trucking firm C.R. England laid off 81 workers on Friday, calling it a cost-saving measure. In a memo issued by company chief executive officer Chad England, the cuts come as the transportation industry struggles to grow this year.

Cougars come up short in heartbreaker at Virginia

08/31/2013 7:19pm
BYU lost their opener in a game that spanned over five hours 19-16 in Virginia.

5K seeks to fight Polynesian diabetes, weight problems

08/31/2013 7:31pm
According to the Utah Department of Health, Pacific Islanders have the highest diabetes-related death rate in the state. In 2011, Pacific Islanders had the highest infant mortality rate, a diabetes rate that was twice as high as the rest of the state

Moving prison risks losing volunteers, some say

08/31/2013 8:13pm
Volunteer Pat Buniva pleaded Thursday with members of the committee considering whether to recommend moving the Utah State Prison to keep the facility in Draper as a "beacon of hope."

Man killed in Ogden shooting

08/31/2013 8:31pm
A 26-year-old man was shot death early Saturday morning, Ogden police said.

Grave excavation begins at Fla. reform school site

08/31/2013 8:33pm
University of South Florida researchers began exhuming dozens of graves Saturday at a former Panhandle reform school where horrific beatings have been reported in hopes of identifying the boys and learning how they died.

J&J launches new cap to curb Tylenol overdoses

08/31/2013 9:34pm
Bottles of Tylenol sold in the U.S. will soon bear red warnings alerting users to the potentially fatal risks of taking too much of the popular pain reliever.

Police arrest alleged shooter in Salt Lake death

08/31/2013 10:11pm
Police have arrested two men in connection with the shooting death of a man in Salt Lake Saturday morning.

Business deal turned into armed home robbery, police say

08/31/2013 10:20pm
A man trying to strike up a business deal found himself robbed at gunpoint in his own home early Saturday.

Obama to seek congressional OK for Syria action

08/31/2013 10:22pm
President Barack Obama's top national security advisers gathered at the White House on Saturday, and Syrian television broadcast scenes of fighter jets, tanks and troops in training, flip sides of a countdown to a likely U.S. military strike meant to punish Bashar Assad's government for the alleged use of chemical weapons.

Snowbird opens scenic mountain coaster

08/31/2013 10:29pm
A roller coaster that gives riders control of their speed opened Saturday at Snowbird Ski Resort.
 
   
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