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April 18th, 2014
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Health law to put calorie info on vending machines

12/29/2013 9:33am
Office workers in search of snacks will be counting calories along with their change under new labeling regulations for vending machines included in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law.

Most popular 2013 advice for moms, dads and marriages

12/29/2013 9:37am
Whether it's learning how to be "the meanest mom," how to recover from a divorce or why you didn't marry your soul mate — these most popular advice articles from 2013 have something for a broad range of family situations.

When 'life support' is really 'death support'

12/29/2013 10:11am
Two young females, both brain dead without warning, remain on ventilators while their devastated families challenge the judgments of their hospitals.

Pope Francis named 'Best Dressed Man of the Year'

12/29/2013 12:27pm
Pope Francis has a new honor to add to his resume — Esquire Magazine has named him their Best Dressed Man of 2013.

Mormon Island settlement revealed in CA lake

12/29/2013 1:38pm
A city in California has reported that low lake levels have revealed a settlement known as Mormon Island that hasn't been seen since 1955.

Worker abuse by diplomats a problem, advocates say

12/29/2013 2:41pm
The prosecution of an Indian consular official in New York accused of forcing her maid to toil for little pay highlights a problem advocates say is all too common _ workers for foreign governments who bring along the baggage of human trafficking to the U.S.

Defined by critics, big ag restarts conversation

12/29/2013 4:28pm
Add one more item to the list of chores that Larry Hasheider has to do on his 1,700-acre farm: defending his business to the American public.

Jessica Jerome becomes first female ski jumper to qualify for Olympics

12/29/2013 5:16pm
Sunday was a historic day in Park City as Jessica Jerome became the first-ever woman ski jumper to earn a spot in the Winter Olympic Games.

Suspected bank robber killed; previously convicted of threatening Obama in 2010

12/29/2013 5:28pm
The man suspected of robbing banks and killing a police officer was convicted of threatening President Barack Obama in 2010, the Secret Service said Sunday.

Millcreek annexation to Holladay to be discussed by County Council

12/29/2013 7:03pm
The Salt Lake County Council will conduct a special meeting Tuesday to discuss and give direction on a petition to annex 287 acres in the unincorporated East Millcreek community to the city of Holladay.

Mother finds surprise solace in ultrarunning

12/29/2013 8:30pm
While many of us are busy making New Year's resolutions, Utah ultrarunner Jennilyn Eaton looks back at 2013 and asks, "When can I do that again?" She credits an epiphany she had while rock climbing for helping her find a new love.

Road woes continue for BYU; inexperience shows

12/29/2013 8:48pm
Never before had a Dave Rose coached BYU team lost three consecutive regular-season games — until Saturday night.

Speedskaters compete for spot on US Olympic Team in Kearns

12/29/2013 9:15pm
The U.S. speedskating 1000m Olympic Trials took place Sunday at the Utah Olympic Oval in Kearns. The top four finishers out of both the men's and women's competitions will mostly likely be chosen to represent their country in Sochi for the 2014 Olympics.

Gov. Herbert hasn't supported $2M plan to defend Amendment 3

12/29/2013 9:53pm
Gov. Gary Herbert has yet to sign off on the new attorney general's plans to spend as much as $2 million to hire outside counsel to defend the state's voted-approved constitutional definition of marriage.

EVE celebrations begin in Salt Lake

12/29/2013 10:12pm
The New Year is just days away, but people have already begun celebrating. The annual three-day EVE celebrations by the Downtown Salt Lake City Alliance started Sunday night.

Former LDS missionary works to help displaced Filipino families

12/29/2013 10:28pm
Last month, Elder Joseph Baker of Lewiston had just returned from the Philippines with some incredible video and experiences during the typhoon.

NASA reactivates space telescope originally built at USU

12/29/2013 10:43pm
NASA has reawakened a defunct space telescope that was designed and built in Utah. It has an important new mission: hunting for asteroids that threaten the Earth.

Religion story highlights from 2013

12/29/2013 10:59pm
During 2013, people of faith in Utah and throughout the world experienced some remarkable changes, milestones and joined together to help those in need.

At least 10 killed in bus explosion in Volgograd

12/29/2013 11:44pm
A bomb blast tore through a trolleybus in the city of Volgograd on Monday morning, killing at least 10 people a day after a suicide bombing that killed at least 17 at the city's main railway station.
 
   
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