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November 22nd, 2014
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Swallow's former campaign manager target of new search warrant

06/05/2014 7:13am
A new search warrant involving former Attorney General John Swallow's campaign manager was unsealed Wednesday in 3rd District Court.

NASA snaps cosmic color portrait 'and then some'

06/05/2014 7:44am
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured our cosmos at its most colorful.

Court to censure Montana judge over rape comments

06/05/2014 7:58am
A Montana judge who said a 14-year-old rape victim appeared "older than her chronological age" faces public censure and a 31-day suspension without pay for his misconduct in the case, the Montana Supreme Court said in a Wednesday order.

Utah Youth Village teaches at-risk youth to survive and thrive

06/05/2014 8:26am
For more that 40 years Utah Youth Village has provided live-in teachers for troubled children and at-risk youth. Part one of this two-part report profiles one couple who provide the youth with a structured family environment.

Man severely burned in small explosion

06/05/2014 8:59am
A man is in critical condition at the University of Utah burn center after a small explosion at U.S. Magnesium.

AP Exclusive: Videos of couple held in Afghanistan

06/05/2014 9:25am
An American woman, then pregnant, went missing in Afghanistan in late 2012 with her Canadian husband. Then her family received videos last summer showing the couple in captivity. The videos now have been provided to The Associated Press.

The right entry-level job could make all the difference

06/05/2014 10:06am
Some entry-level jobs have a better present and future than other entry-level jobs. Taking multiple factors into account may make that first job out of college a better experience.

Stabbed Wisconsin girl improving, family says

06/05/2014 10:18am
A 12-year-old Wisconsin girl who police say was stabbed in an attack by two other 12-year- olds "is a fighter and is improving each and every day," her family said Thursday in a news release.

RSL's depth tested, provides boost in road draw

06/05/2014 10:28am
Real Salt Lake is no stranger to the necessity of a deep roster when key players go down, and head coach Jeff Cassar used four players with just one or zero starts going into the match to earn a draw versus Columbus Wednesday.

Rare California condor chick hatches in Utah

06/05/2014 10:37am
Zion National Park officials say a new California condor chick is the first to hatch in the wild in Utah since the species was reintroduced in northern Arizona in 1996.

Disney 'Frozen' frenzy includes Norway tourism

06/05/2014 10:51am
The popularity of the Disney movie "Frozen" has not only led to box-office profits, sold-out merchandise and long lines to meet "Frozen" characters in Disney parks. It's also motivating fans to visit Norway to see the landscape that inspired the animated movie setting.

Can exercise monitors reduce obesity rates?

06/05/2014 11:49am
When several health setbacks sapped my 77- year-old dad's zest for life, I had to do something. My friend Diane came to my rescue when she showed off her Fitbit, a small wearable digital device that logs every step you make and nudges you to keep moving. My dad, Vesselin Vassilev, loves gadgets, so I thought a Fitbit could get him off the couch. Six months later, he's still moving.

Utah team's app wins Apple Design Award

06/05/2014 11:49am
The Utah team that created Day One, a journaling app, took home the prestigious Apple Design Award from the 2014 ceremony Monday.

Police search for Macy's robber

06/05/2014 12:09pm
Police are looking for the individual responsible for robbing a Macy's department store Tuesday.

D-Day ship's US flag sells for $350K at auction

06/05/2014 12:41pm
A U.S. flag from one of the thousands of Allied ships that delivered troops to the Normandy beaches sold for $350,000 at a New York City auction of hundreds of D-Day and other World War II artifacts on Thursday, a day before the 70th anniversary of the invasion.

Man arrested in connection with Ogden homicide

06/05/2014 12:46pm
Police arrested a man Thursday in connection with the death of an Ogden man.

Have You Seen This? There's no script for being a dad

06/05/2014 1:16pm
This is your fair warning: Father's Day is June 15, and dads are now in the running for the title of "World's Toughest Job."

What you can/can't do at Utah's national parks

06/05/2014 1:22pm
During the summer months, Utahns and tourists alike flock to the national parks and forests that dot the state of Utah. If you are taking a trip to see the famous arches or to backpack through Bryce Canyon, here are a few things you should know.

Obama: No apology for Bergdahl prisoner exchange

06/05/2014 1:33pm
President Barack Obama said Thursday he "absolutely makes no apologies" for seeking the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in a prisoner swap with the Taliban, vigorously defending an exchange that has caused a furor in the United States and has dogged the president on his European trip this week.

LDS missionaries to receive partial scholarship at local college

06/05/2014 2:14pm
Partial scholarships help returned missionaries for LDS Church enroll in school right away at local college.

Local band loves Utah, but can't wait to tour

06/05/2014 2:15pm
With electronic overtones, bluesy undertones, and an overall upbeat feeling, this quartet will get a person's toes tapping

Man offers $1K for return of beloved stolen trailer

06/05/2014 3:41pm
Renovating an old hunting trailer was a labor of love for a Utah couple.

SLCPD releases first of 625 post reviewed rape kits

06/05/2014 3:43pm
The Salt Lake City Police Department released the first of the post reviewed rape kits to the public Tuesday.

Movie flashback: What audiences looked forward to 30 years ago, in 1984

06/05/2014 4:03pm
It's been 30 years since the summer of 1984 took movie fans by storm. Can you remember the which movies were playing then?

Evidence against 'BYU Groper' doesn't add up, attorney says

06/05/2014 4:18pm
Nathan Eric Fletcher, a man charged with two counts of sexual battery in connection with a series of gropings on or near the BYU campus, made an initial appearance in 4th District Court Thursday.

2 children tossed to safety, 34 injured in Staten Island fire

06/05/2014 5:03pm
Fire tore through three townhouses on Staten Island early Thursday, injuring 34 people including two young children who were tossed out of a second-floor window into the arms of neighbors below, authorities and witnesses said.

2nd woman dies after crash on 700 East

06/05/2014 6:01pm
A woman who was in critical condition after a car accident on Tuesday died in the hospital, police said.

Judge hears public access arguments in juvenile murder case

06/05/2014 6:33pm
A juvenile court judge tasked with considering whether a 16-year-old should stand trial as an adult in the killings of his two younger brothers is now determining whether the public should have access to the hearing that will guide her decision.

Police arrest man living in storage unit

06/05/2014 7:02pm
A man who was living in a storage unit was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia Wednesday, police said.

Appeals court puts temporary hold on same-sex marriage recognition in Utah

06/05/2014 7:14pm
Utah asked a federal appeals court Thursday to put a hold on a judge's ruling that requires the state to recognize same-sex marriages that were performed in Utah starting next week.

7 scary facts about tanning you may not know

06/05/2014 7:21pm
If you think you already know everything about the dangers of tanning, think again. The FDA recently announced they are requiring warning labels on tanning beds in an effort to reduce skin cancer.

97 Years of WSU newspaper scanned, indexed online

06/05/2014 7:54pm
Ninety-seven years of WSU's newspaper have been painstakingly indexed and scanned for online use.

Group plans probe into 'illegal election activity' in Sen. Lee's campaign

06/05/2014 8:45pm
St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson told investigators he made $150,000 in campaign contributions to Sen. Mike Lee and former Attorney General Mark Shurtleff in other people's names — a violation of federal election law.

5 Father's Day deals that will rock your world

06/05/2014 9:00pm
Father's Day is quickly approaching. Finding the perfect gift you haven't already given your dad in the past can be tricky. To help make your one-of-a-kind dad feel appreciated this Father's Day, Here are five KSL Deals that can't be beat.

7 ways to turn an acquaintance into a real friend

06/05/2014 9:19pm
Immersed in motherhood we often feel isolated from real friends, even when we are surrounded by acquaintances. Many wish they had more friends or friendships with deeper meaning. Here are seven ideas to strengthen your relationships and turn acquaintances into friends.

Paralyzed in shooting, student walks at graduation

06/05/2014 10:10pm
A high school senior paralyzed three years ago from an accidental shooting fulfilled his final goal Thursday. He walked at his graduation.

Teen fatally shot at graduation gathering

06/05/2014 10:24pm
A 17-year-old Brighton High student was shot and killed during a party Wednesday when a gun discharged and shot the boy in the head.

BLM again denies prospecting near Donner Party's trail

06/05/2014 10:27pm
The Bureau of Land Management rejected a mining company's latest proposal to prospect for potash in a salty lakebed that was crossed by the ill-fated Donner Party in 1846.

Man killed in motorcycle crash identified

06/05/2014 10:29pm
A sheriff's deputy from Texas was killed Thursday in a motorcycle crash on U.S. 40 east of Naples, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.

Police: College student disarmed Seattle gunman

06/05/2014 10:31pm
Seattle police say two people have been shot on the campus of Seattle Pacific University, and there are likely more victims.

UDOT inspectors crack down on dangerous trucks

06/05/2014 11:00pm
The Utah Motor Carrier Division is getting dangerous trucks off the road as part of an international trucking safety effort this week. Utah has a higher percentage of commercial trucks on the road than any other state in the nation.

Family pleads for missing autistic teen's safe return

06/05/2014 11:06pm
A family was looking desperately Thursday for their teenage son who had been missing for six days after leaving an Ogden school that helps children with autism spectrum disorders and other behavioral challenges.

New York City stabbing suspect charged with murder

06/05/2014 11:30pm
A recently released convict was charged by New York City police Thursday with murder, attempted murder, assault and other crimes in the stabbing death of a 6-year-old boy and critical wounding of a 7-year-old girl in a Brooklyn elevator.
 
   
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