June 30th, 2015
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03/02/2014 12:30amA thunderstorm that brought sorely-needed rain to California is winding down after sending mudslides down foothill communities, flooding roadways and opening up sinkholes.
03/02/2014 2:04amOne person died and 30 others were injured in a massive pileup on Interstate 25 as a band of heavy snow moved through south Denver on Saturday, authorities said.
03/02/2014 8:51amAuthorities on Sunday blamed a slashing rampage that killed 29 people and wounded 143 at a train station in southern China on separatists from the country's far west, while local residents said government crackdowns had taken their toll on the alleged culprits.
03/02/2014 10:17amIn an effort to tackle Utah's air quality and increase access to public transportation, Salt Lake City and the Utah Transit Authority have teamed up on an annual pass allowing access to UTA's services for less than $1 a day.
03/02/2014 11:51amThese 11 great wildlife experiences could disappear within your lifetime.
03/02/2014 12:25pmWasatch Front consumers continue to have a favorable opinion of the local economic outlook, according to the February Zions Bank Consumer Attitude Index.
03/02/2014 12:27pmA fighter jet that crashed during a training exercise in western Nevada is a total loss and the pilot's condition is unknown, a spokeswoman for the Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet, said Sunday.
03/02/2014 1:26pmThere's a growing use of social apps that encourage nameless users to post anonymous confessions make it possible to share thoughts anonymously with strangers, friends or friends of friends.
03/02/2014 1:42pmFire crews were called to a fire at 4-plex early Sunday morning.
03/02/2014 3:53pmAs will also happen to two of his older brothers, 12-year-old Louis Corbett will one day be blind.
03/02/2014 5:22pmVolunteers at the St. James Episcopal Parish in Midway planted seeds on Sunday for the church's community garden, which helps feed about 600 families during the summer.
03/02/2014 6:07pmWarning that it was "on the brink of disaster," Ukraine put its military on high alert Sunday and appealed for international help to avoid what it feared was the possibility of a wider invasion by Russia.
03/02/2014 6:41pmHollywood celebrities and Academy Award nominees are walking the red carpet before Hollywood's biggest night.
03/02/2014 6:52pmGordon Hayward's last-second 3-point shot clanged off the back of the rim and the Jazz fall to the Pacers 94-91.
03/02/2014 8:02pmWhen children fight, we as parents do what we were taught: have them say, "I'm sorry." But most of the time, that this is not enough. An apology is more than saying sorry; it requires action and a series of steps.
03/02/2014 8:50pmJimmer Fredette signed with the Chicago Bulls for the rest of the season and then scored two points in three minutes against the Knicks.
03/02/2014 10:07pmFire crews responded to a fire at a storage facility belonging to Stone Castle Recycling in Parowan Sunday.
03/02/2014 10:31pmDuring a joint press conference Sunday, members of the Utah Legislature and leadership from the Count My Vote ballot initiative, expressed their support for Senate Bill 54 that keeps Utah's caucus-convention system and adds direct primary elections.
03/02/2014 10:31pmA man and a woman were found dead in a home in Kaysville after a welfare check, police say.
03/02/2014 10:39pmPresident Thomas S. Monson, prophet of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was in Gilbert, Ariz., Sunday dedicating the church's newest temple.
03/02/2014 10:51pmA spacecraft taking shape at Utah State University's Space Dynamics Laboratory will be used to take images of an asteroid called Bennu in 2016.
03/02/2014 11:05pmMason Lewis Bailey, 19, of Richfield, died while serving in the Sweden Stockholm Mission, after being hit by a car.
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