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April 23rd, 2014
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Secretary embezzled $500K from Ogden company, police say

01/23/2014 6:58am
Teri Ann Jarvis, 40, has been charged with several counts of forgery and theft for allegedly embezzling about $500,000 from Positive Power in Ogden.

California couple welcomes naturally conceived identical triplets

01/23/2014 7:16am
A Southern California woman has given birth to identical triplets, instantly doubling the size of her family.

Police search for man who robbed 3 tanning salons in one night

01/23/2014 7:28am
Police are looking for a man they say robbed three Salt Lake County tanning salons Tuesday night.

Amendment 3 attorney accused of taking job to impose religious viewpoint

01/23/2014 7:45am
Gene Schaerr, hired by the state to help defend Utah's Amendment 3, was accused Wednesday of taking the job "to impose a certain religious viewpoint," but Attorney General Sean Reyes says the attorney was selected because of his expertise.

Teen will stand trial in stepfather's death

01/23/2014 7:54am
A judge ordered an 18-year-old to stand trial for murder in the shooting death of his stepfather in September of 2012.

2 sisters get lung transplants from same donor

01/23/2014 8:12am
They quibble, joke and share knowing looks, finishing each other's thoughts and making snide comments _ like many sisters. But a recent heated argument was unlike any other they've had, and it ended in a most surprising way.

Does driving less really impact air quality?

01/23/2014 8:31am
If we wanted to see a significant drop in air pollution in the Salt Lake Valley, how much driving would we need to cut out of our usual routines?

Mutated virus possible in deaths of bald eagles

01/23/2014 9:02am
The West Nile virus deaths of bald eagles across northern Utah this winter has experts worried the disease might have mutated.

12 fathers sue Utah over adoption laws

01/23/2014 9:49am
Twelve biological fathers are suing the state of Utah, claiming its adoption laws amount to legalized fraud and kidnapping.

The Cougars will make the NCAA tourney

01/23/2014 10:04am
Coming up on the last lap of the season, BYU basketball is firmly on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament. This article will explore what will need to happen for BYU to make the Big Dance.

ACLU accuses La. school of religious harassment

01/23/2014 10:35am
The American Civil Liberties Union is suing a school board in Louisiana, alleging officials at one of its schools harassed a sixth-grader because of his Buddhist faith and that the district routinely pushes Christian beliefs.

Online gaming addictions: Sundance films explore a darker side of the Internet

01/23/2014 10:49am
The three documentaries at this year's Sundance Film Festival examine the consequences of technological development, and explore the questions of responsibility and the answers to helping those with an unbridled obsession with online gaming.

What you need to know about baby jet lag

01/23/2014 11:01am
Even experienced travelers can be caught unawares by the way jet lag affects young children. Know what to expect when taking your child overseas for the first time.

Man claims to be rock star to avoid medical bills, police say

01/23/2014 11:15am
A man who claimed to be multiple rock stars to avoid paying bills at a St. George hospital missed his court date.

Seahawks player responds to deaf girl's heartwarming letter

01/23/2014 11:32am
A girl who wears hearing aids was inspired to see a Seahawks player who wears hearing aids make it to the Superbowl this past weekend. She wrote him a letter and he responded in kind.

6 stunning images of Saturn's system

01/23/2014 12:10pm
Few things are as mystical or stunning as images of space. The images produced by Cassini shows it doesn't take a trained eye to understand the beauty of Saturn's system.

Have You Seen This? Cop takes five to play a game of catch

01/23/2014 1:13pm
We see dashcam videos all the time these days and it seems most are frightening or disturbing, but this one is different.

FDA takes another look at caramel coloring in soda

01/23/2014 1:43pm
The Food and Drug Administration says there's no reason to believe that the coloring added to sodas is unsafe. But the agency is taking another look just to make sure.

Is Pixar making an animated Star Wars film?

01/23/2014 2:03pm
Rumors are circulating that Pixar will be making one of the "Star Wars" spin-off movies.

Fog may have caused fatal auto accident, police say

01/23/2014 3:00pm
An auto accident involving a passenger car and a semitruck left one man dead Thursday morning.

Speed skating part of Russia's history

01/23/2014 3:02pm
Only 16 days are left until the Olympic Games and 17 days remain before the first speed skating event.

Van Noy, Hoffman showcase talents at Senior Bowl practice

01/23/2014 3:41pm
BYU standouts Kyle Van Noy, Cody Hoffman took advantage of their time at Senior Bowl practice to show their potential to succeed on Sundays.

Lawmakers propose changes to forced entry warrants

01/23/2014 4:33pm
Utah lawmakers will consider whether to give judges more oversight when it comes to forced- entry warrants.

$24 general admission price set for NY 9/11 museum

01/23/2014 5:01pm
Adults who visit the Sept. 11 museum at the World Trade Center will be charged $24 admission.

Justin Bieber's arrest latest sign of trouble

01/23/2014 6:04pm
When he debuted five years ago, Justin Bieber was a mop-haired heartthrob, clean cut and charming. But a series of troubling incidents have put his innocent image at risk, and none more so than his arrest on DUI charges Thursday.

Utah mayors commit to commute by bike

01/23/2014 6:28pm
Ogden's mayor has resolved to commute to work on his bike every day and Provo's mayor said he will ride his bike and walk as much as possible for 2014. Both believe bikes provide a key to solving transportation strains.

6 Utah women honored by Geena Davis Institute

01/23/2014 6:45pm
Academy Award and Golden Globe winning actress, Geena Davis, led a discussion about women in leadership positions in government, business and the entertainment industry at a Sundance Institute event Thursday.

2 dogs survive fire thanks to firefighters, pet oxygen masks

01/23/2014 7:08pm
Two dogs were rescued from a house fire and are doing well after firefighters used a pet oxygen mask system.

2 men arrested after police find mixture of illegal drugs in home

01/23/2014 7:08pm
Two men were arrested Wednesday after police serving a search warrant said they found a drug-store variety of illegal drugs in a Salt Lake home.

Attorney: Jail is 'slowly killing' Martin MacNeill

01/23/2014 7:17pm
The attorney for convicted killer Martin MacNeill says his client's mental competency has deteriorated in jail to the point that a competency evaluation is needed.

Provo residents begin signing up for Google Fiber

01/23/2014 7:23pm
Google Fiber is now signing up Provo residents for its newest Internet service and is boasting much faster speeds for browsing.

Tips to start storing food for an emergency

01/23/2014 7:27pm
For some, storing extra food can be a real hardship, but for most families, building food storage can bring peace in troubled times.

Nibley residents concerned about new, large warehouse in area

01/23/2014 7:28pm
An area once covered by cornfields could soon be home to an 18-acre warehouse. Residents in Nibley are concerned about the noise, danger and pollution a proposed warehouse could bring.

Youth install 110 'no smoking' signs at St. George bus stops

01/23/2014 7:52pm
Youth in St. George spent their Wednesday afternoon putting up 77 no smoking signs at bus stops across the city.

How much will your baby cost? $3K to $37K, study says

01/23/2014 8:28pm
If you're planning staying on or under budget for your hospital delivery bill, you might be out of luck. A new study shows that delivery costs differ by the tens of thousands between hospitals with no rhyme or reason to explain the discrepancies.

Researchers map Facebook as infectious disease, predict 80% decline

01/23/2014 8:45pm
Facebook could lose 80 percent of its users by 2017, according to a new study that patterns Facebook's popularity after models for infectious diseases.

2 Utah police chiefs making efforts to stop racial profiling

01/23/2014 9:16pm
Two of Utah's police chiefs want to widen the discussion and do more to stop racial profiling in their departments.

The Air You Breathe: Coping with pollution, finding solutions

01/23/2014 9:25pm
A new broad analysis of the Wasatch Front's air quality challenges finds there are some simple steps people can take to reduce air pollution. In addition, a new clean air campaign debuts to raise public awareness over the issue among residents.

Report: Officer who killed family formerly disciplined for shooting at dog

01/23/2014 10:47pm
Josh Boren, the police officer who shot and killed his wife, two young children and mother-in-law before taking his own life, was once disciplined for shooting at a stray dog while he was on duty rather than taking it to the shelter.

Former teacher, coach pleads guilty in sex abuse case

01/23/2014 10:50pm
Stephen Niedzwiecki, 34, pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor and two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a 16- or 17-year- old.

Boy rescued after falling through ice at Syracuse pond

01/23/2014 10:52pm
An 11-year-old boy was rescued Thursday after falling through the ice at Jensen Pond in Syracuse.

Jamaican bobsled team preps for Sochi Olympics in Evanston

01/23/2014 10:52pm
The Jamaican bobsled team calls Evanston, Wyoming home as they prepare for the Sochi Olympics — the first Olympics they have qualified for since the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City.

'It is not full of corruption,' says WVC Police chief of department

01/23/2014 10:56pm
West Valley City Police Chief Lee Russo laid out his findings since joining to the beleaguered department and asked for residents' concerns Thursday at the first of what he says will be regular community meetings.
 
   
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