05/07/2012 8:11amJon Huntsman Jr. wrote an op ed piece for the Wall Street Journal calling Chinese leaders "profoundly insecure" and weighing in on US-China relations.
05/07/2012 11:29amQuick-thinking police officers arrested three men suspected of a robbery spree at three restaurants this morning.
05/07/2012 11:39amWhen Erick Guzman got out of prison, he wanted to rebuild his life. But it was easier said than done.
05/07/2012 12:35pmThe Mormon Tabernacle Choir is looking to grow its social media outreach by offering Facebook friends a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
05/07/2012 3:05pmPlenty of news happened over the past seven days; from fatal I-15 wrecks to a fire racing along I-15 to a bomb scare in downtown Salt Lake City.
05/07/2012 4:54pmPolice continued Monday to gather information in the weekend stabbing death of a Price man.
05/07/2012 5:24pmA house fire in South Salt Lake Monday morning claimed the life of one woman.
05/07/2012 6:13pmAs part of skin cancer awareness month, doctors are urging people to be smart about sun exposure. In a state where tanning booths are very popular, they're also warning about the harmful and even addictive qualities of tanning inside.
05/07/2012 6:14pmA nation touched by the story of a fallen soldier has united behind a shared cause to present the fallen man's widow with his final gift: a restored truck that was uniquely meaningful to the couple.
05/07/2012 6:40pmA collaborative project brought the start of the new Mount Olympus Garden. The brand new Cedar Hills Recreation Center is now open.
05/07/2012 6:56pmLess than two weeks from now, some people in Southern Utah will have a rare opportunity. They'll be in the "sweet spot" for a spectacular type of solar eclipse, the so-called Ring of Fire. And the view won't be bad from Salt Lake City, either.
05/07/2012 7:10pmA Utah woman and a Chinese businessman stole trade secrets from a worldwide sprinkler manufacturer and supplier based in North Salt Lake, federal authorities allege.
05/07/2012 8:45pmMeasles, mumps and polio are diseases that have largely been eradicated in the U.S. In the developing world, however, most parents often can't afford to get shots for their children.
05/07/2012 9:00pmAttorneys for Steven Powell want the court to remember his trial is not about Josh or Susan Powell. (Story contains graphic information not suitable for all.)
05/07/2012 9:24pmEach day U.S. troops try to mitigate the threat of war and terrorism by marching off to fight. On their backs, they carry all their supplies. Each item adds extra weight, and each pound can mean the difference between life and death.
05/07/2012 9:38pmA 40-year-old Pleasant Grove man was taken into custody Monday night after police received a call that a shot had been fired in a home.
05/07/2012 10:30pmHundreds of elk and deer antlers are lined up in neat rows in the parking lot of the Lee Kay Public Shooting Range. The line of antlers stretches nearly a half mile.
05/07/2012 11:32pmSome unique animals have made their way to Utah's Hogle Zoo over the past few weeks including a trio of grizzly bears, and one blind and aptly named sea lion named Big Guy.
05/07/2012 11:39pmUtah will get $3.1 million from a settlement with Abbott Laboratories for marketing an anti-seizure drug for uses that were not FDA-approved.
05/07/2012 11:55pmTwo adults and an unborn baby were killed in a crash in Provo Canyon, near Wallsburg on Sunday. It was a devastating loss for two families. The surrounding community is definitely feeling the impact of this tragedy.
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