July 7th, 2015
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02/06/2014 7:15amThe state's Prison Relocation and Development Authority voted Wednesday to recommend to the Legislature that the Utah State Prison in Draper be moved to a site yet to be determined.
02/06/2014 7:33amA coalition of diverse groups united in hopes of coordinating the future of Utah's Wasatch Mountains and canyons is seeking the public's guidance.
02/06/2014 7:45amA bill introduced Wednesday would allow Utahns to buy a drug extracted from marijuana plants that has potential to help children who suffer from seizures.
02/06/2014 8:09amDoes the attorney hired to by the state to defend Amendment 3 have a conflict of interest? One state senator believes he does and that he should step down.
02/06/2014 8:46amPolice arrested one adult and two juveniles after a couple of overnight robberies. The suspects' car had been left in the middle of the road as three people tried to steal beer, police said.
02/06/2014 9:26amTo feel what you touch _ that's the holy grail for artificial limbs. In a step toward that goal, European researchers created a robotic hand that let an amputee feel differences between a bottle, a baseball and a mandarin orange.
02/06/2014 10:13amA Utah woman sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to burglary, kidnapping and robbery is testifying against her alleged accomplice in a two-state crime spree.
02/06/2014 10:53amGasco Energy has agreed to cap a natural gas well after the company contaminated wetlands in Uintah County. The Denver-based energy firm will also clean up the site and pay a fine, according to the EPA.
02/06/2014 11:16amAn Arizona state lawmaker is drawing political fire for proposed legislation banning people from using public resources if they are in the state illegally.
02/06/2014 11:47amHow does one's brain navigate spiritual feelings? A University of Utah research team is attempting to gain a better understanding of that question by studying the brains of returned missionaries.
02/06/2014 11:54amWe know a will can direct what happens to our estate, but what about our online life — our "digital estate?"
02/06/2014 12:08pmA 150-pound, 18-foot-long Burmese python was discovered by engineers on a routine inspection Tuesday.
02/06/2014 12:32pmWith BYU football's 2014 signing day in the books, here is a look at some of the unique characteristics and general insights into this year's recruiting class.
02/06/2014 1:01pmA convention hotel not only would help Salt Lake City better compete for convention business, a portion of tax revenue it would generates could be used to promote tourism statewide under the latest legislative proposal advanced by Salt Lake County.
02/06/2014 1:03pmAs major database breaches expose millions of emails and passwords, there are simple ways to make passwords easier and more secure.
02/06/2014 1:09pmEvery week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This Week: Chicken recipes that your family will love.
02/06/2014 1:13pmA father who lost his son made a video asking Facebook to help him see his son's "Facebook video." The video is touching, and the response is overwhelming.
02/06/2014 2:25pmUtah is known for having world class skiing, being the home of the Sundance Film Festival and for housing multiple national parks. However, many people may not realize that Utah also produces some giant mule deer.
02/06/2014 2:25pmA Tooele woman whose young son died after drinking methadone in his sippy cup has been charged with child abuse homicide. Jill Goff's family is now pleading with the court to let her out of jail long enough to attend the boy's funeral on Saturday.
02/06/2014 2:38pmWhile motherhood can be a mix of the fabulous and the frantic, we can recognize and revel in the good in moments, in our children, and in not comparing to others.
02/06/2014 3:32pmThe man behind the buns for almost 50 years passed away Sunday.
02/06/2014 4:13pmDespite a temporary Russian ban on liquids in carry-on luggage, some air travelers heading to the Sochi Olympics through Moscow brought toothpaste and other toiletries past security checkpoints without any problems.
02/06/2014 4:22pmUtah lawmakers passed several bills on Thursday including a beer tax bill to require some money be allocated into prevention programs, a preschool bill to help at-risk kids and a charter school bill that extends enrollment preference to its founder's grandchildren.
02/06/2014 4:31pmSpeaker John Boehner on Thursday all but ruled out passage of immigration legislation before this fall's elections, saying it would be difficult for the Republican-led House to act on the issue that President Barack Obama has made a top domestic priority.
02/06/2014 5:10pmA class-action lawsuit has been filed against Nu Skin Enterprises alleging that the company made misleading statements regarding its growth in China, which led to a decrease in its stock value.
02/06/2014 5:36pmA stolen car smashed into a light pole in Taylorsville overnight. The car's driver then jumped fences and hid in bushes to get away from police until a K9 bit him, police said.
02/06/2014 6:47pmA federal grand jury has indicted a Duchesne County man months after police raided his house looking for drugs and found two dozen guns instead.
02/06/2014 7:04pmA shootout with police occurred outside a bank Thursday, but no one was injured.
02/06/2014 7:04pmMore than a dozen detectives are on the hunt for a man accused of sexually assaulting an 11-year-old girl. The Orem City police department says it is not taking the case lightly and is asking everyone in the area to keep their eyes open for the suspect.
02/06/2014 7:18pmSean and Brooke McClure say they are out of patience. A year ago, a water main in front of their Layton home broke, sending water down their driveway and into their basement. They want the city to pay for repairs, but the city says it's not at fault.
02/06/2014 7:26pmProsecutors say it could be another three weeks before they consider filing charges against a 17-year-old girl who was arrested in connection with the shooting death of a Utah County sheriff's sergeant.
02/06/2014 7:47pm"Green cleaning" means using environmentally friendly methods to clean — often using household products you already own.
02/06/2014 7:51pmJay Leno is saying goodbye tonight after hosting the "Tonight Show" for 22 years, and some Utahns reminisced by recalling their close encounters with Leno.
02/06/2014 8:38pmNicole Wold's daughter was diagnosed eight weeks ago with advanced neuroblastoma. Since then, Wold has researched, learned the skills to care for her daughter and her medical equipment, and juggled time with her two other children.
02/06/2014 9:09pmSubstance abuse experts said the number of people seeking treatment for heroin addiction in Utah has been growing for seven years.
02/06/2014 9:29pmLate Thursday afternoon, Salt Lake firefighters welcomed into their ranks an 8-year-old boy who is battling cancer.
02/06/2014 10:08pmLegal experts and religious freedom advocates are widely critical of a British magistrate who summoned LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson to a London court. It is highly unlikely he'd need to go, they said, and the case raises broader questions.
02/06/2014 10:12pmA 37-year-old cold case murder investigation has now been closed by the Salt Lake City Police Department.
02/06/2014 10:34pmA cat that was shot through the nose with an arrow Wednesday is recovering, police said.
02/06/2014 10:40pmUtah lawmakers say they want to make sure the wanton destruction of natural geologic wonders is punished, but ultimately delayed action Thursday on the goblin toppler bill out of concerns that it is too broad and possibly too severe.
02/06/2014 10:49pmIt wasn't long ago that Megan Harmon's dream of boardercross racing in the Paralympics would have been just a dream. The proper sports prosthetics didn't exist for someone like Harmon, who lost her left leg above the knee in a motorcycle accident, and snowboarding wasn't even in the Paralympics.
02/06/2014 10:50pmFor many people, your smartphones are the last thing you look at when you go to bed, and the first thing you reach for when we wake up. Studies have showed that people are becoming increasingly dependent on their electronic devices and technology.
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