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April 21st, 2014
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Woman loses $10K in gold bar scam

10/24/2013 7:09am
Investigators believe a couple is scamming people out of cash in several states, including Utah, by selling fake gold bars.

Governor, elementary students propose change to state tree

10/24/2013 7:21am
A new initiative headed by Gov. Herbert aims to change the Utah state tree from the blue spruce to the quaking aspen.

Report: Former drone operator shares his inner torment

10/24/2013 8:09am
In an interview with the magazine GQ, Brandon Bryant recounts some of the grisly scenes he watched unfold on his monitor as an Air Force drone operator.

Families escape fire at Logan fourplex

10/24/2013 8:33am
Four families escaped safely when a fire burned through their North Logan fourplex.

Collision pins bicyclist under car

10/24/2013 8:47am
A man and his bicycle were pinned under a car Wednesday night after a collision on Logan's Main Street.

7-year-old wants to give Christmas to homeless

10/24/2013 8:59am
Hailee Strandgard's desire to give homeless people a Christmas started with a lot of questions.

Healthcare.gov problems are target at Hill hearing

10/24/2013 9:23am
The principal contractors responsible for the federal government's troubled health insurance website say the Obama administration shares responsibility for snags that have crippled the system.

1 believed dead in Florida train derailment

10/24/2013 9:44am
One person is believed to be dead after part of a train derailed Thursday morning in Sanford, Florida, CNN affiliate WKMG reported, citing authorities.

6-year-old girl runs half marathon, beats records

10/24/2013 10:07am
A 6-year-old girl finished a half marathon on Oct. 5 in Fairview, Texas, breaking records for her age group and raising money for a national anti-abortion organization.

Mississippi toddler still HIV free

10/24/2013 10:24am
Just hours after delivery, a baby born with HIV in Mississippi was given high doses of three antiretroviral drugs. Two and half years later, doctors say the little girl still has no evidence of the life-threatening disease in her blood, despite being taken off medication.

Scientists confirm most distant galaxy ever

10/24/2013 10:55am
Scientists say they've found a galaxy that's not just far, far, away — it's the most distant from our own that's been discovered yet. And it's helping them gain insight about the universe as it existed a long time ago.

Detained car released with possibly illegal substance

10/24/2013 11:11am
A vehicle that was possibly carrying an illegal substance was released from detainment following a miscommunication, Hill Air Force Base officials say.

Obama calls on Congress to fix 'broken immigration system'

10/24/2013 12:13pm
It's time to fix the United States' "broken immigration system," President Barack Obama said Thursday, citing bipartisan support to revamp immigration laws.

Stewart proposes bill to keep parks open in case of federal shutdown

10/24/2013 12:33pm
Representative Chris Stewart proposes a bill that would let states immediately fund and operate national parks, monuments and facilities during any future government shutdowns.

Have You Seen This? Mountain bike backflips in Southern Utah

10/24/2013 1:03pm
This is a GoPro video of mountain biker Kelly McGarry in Virgin, Utah and if your nerves can handle it, you should watch it.

Imagine Dragons reaches out to terminal teen

10/24/2013 1:15pm
Kennedy Hansen is one of 500 people worldwide to have Batten disease. This terminal illness has changed her family's life, but one of her dreams will come true Oct. 25 when she attends the Imagine Dragons concert at Weber State.

Private competency hearing for death row inmate

10/24/2013 1:37pm
A federal judge will conduct a private mental competency hearing for a man on Utah's death row after denying a request Thursday from local media to open the hearing.

First trailer for 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier'

10/24/2013 2:03pm
The sequel to the highly successful 2011 "Captain America: The First Avenger" seems to be more action oriented than it's predecessor according to the trailer. To give you an idea, the first film was pretty action oriented.

Box cutter used to kill Mass. teacher, sources say

10/24/2013 2:31pm
The details are unsettling: a teacher killed, sources say, with a box cutter in a bathroom of the school where she loved to teach; her 14-year-old student picked up and accused in the death hours later, allegedly after cleaning up, he hit a fast food restaurant and took in a movie.

Driver in fatal DUI accident charged with automobile homicide

10/24/2013 3:56pm
A woman originally arrested for investigation of causing a DUI-injury accident has been charged with automobile homicide.

2 deer poached near Southern Utah home

10/24/2013 5:45pm
Division of Wildlife Resources officers are looking for possibly two people who poached two buck deer earlier this week.

Former FLDS members suspect arson, harassment from local church

10/24/2013 7:13pm
Some former followers of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints claim that they are being harassed and that they have been targets of sabotage and arson.

Teacher looks to build medieval village in Utah

10/24/2013 7:23pm
A retired teacher is working to build a medieval open-air village and living museum in Providence where kids and families can interact with and learn about history.

Airmen sharpen combat skills with intense wartime mission training

10/24/2013 7:40pm
Members of the 729th Air Control Squadron conduct wartime mission training at Hill Air Force Base.

Man in custody after alleged assault, 'very short' car chase

10/24/2013 7:59pm
A man was taken into custody after an alleged aggravated domestic assault.

'He was concerned there would be a police investigation,' says MacNeill daughter

10/24/2013 8:12pm
An emotionally distraught Rachel MacNeill testified against her father Thursday, saying he insisted an autopsy be conducted on her mother's body in case police launched an inquiry and accused him of murder.

Utahns find unique ways to make do with less money during the recession

10/24/2013 8:13pm
These days of recessions, government shutdowns and more have many families feeling they are financially drowning. While some are struggling, others have found unique ways to stay afloat and make do with less.

Man charged for voyeurism of mall patrons

10/24/2013 8:15pm
After nearly four months of searching, Sandy police believe they have found an alleged peeping Tom.

Utah Judge killed in Millcreek Canyon auto-bike accident

10/24/2013 8:16pm
A 3rd District judge was killed in an accident while he was riding his bicycle Thursday afternoon.

A message to all the non-blogging mommies out there

10/24/2013 8:18pm
In this day and age of blogs, Pinterest and Instagram, it's starting to feel like something isn't anything unless everyone sees it. It's a trap we all fall into, but like so many things in life, somehow I think our moms had this figured out all along.

Missing Uintah Basin man found at local hospital

10/24/2013 8:38pm
A Uintah Basin man who was missing for several hours Thursday afternoon was found safe.

4 fall beauty trends you can wear in real life

10/24/2013 8:41pm
You've brought out the jackets, boots and scarves, but don't stop your fall transformation there. It's just as important (and easy, too!) to update your beauty routine to hit on-trend styles seen on the runways in September.

Representatives of local faiths bless hands of hospital workers

10/24/2013 8:55pm
To honor and uplift healthcare workers, representatives from several faiths brought blessings and a message of gratitude to University of Utah Hospital Thursday.

Businessman indicted in alleged $20M Medicare fraud scam

10/24/2013 10:54pm
The former owner of a Salt Lake medical supply company faces criminal charges for allegedly filing $20 million in false Medicare claims for motorized wheelchairs.

Emails reveal incentives behind Cottonwood police issuing tickets

10/24/2013 11:01pm
If you've ever gotten a traffic ticket, you know the sinking feeling you get when police lights pop into your rear view mirror. But what if you found out that citation could be tied to a police department ticket quota or prize contests?

Scathing appeal letter says fired WVC detective was 'scapegoat'

10/24/2013 11:01pm
A scathing updated letter of appeal was filed late Thursday by former West Valley City police detective Shaun Cowley.

UHP rallies around fellow trooper with cancer

10/24/2013 11:07pm
If a Utah Highway Patrol Trooper pulls you over during the next couple of months, you may notice something out of place on the uniform, which is very unusual.

Siblings of slain Border Patrol agent speak out

10/24/2013 11:08pm
The family of U.S. Border Patrol agent from Utah who died in a friendly fire incident last year in southeastern Arizona says there's no way to know who shot first.
 
   
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