05/16/2012 7:25amThe Utah Department of Transportation spent more than $20,000 to cover questionable hotel and meal costs for employees attending conferences, according to a new report issued by the state auditor.
05/16/2012 7:37amThe parents of Susan Cox Powell have given their OK to sue West Valley police over investigative records related to their daughter's disappearance, a Cox family lawyer confirmed to KSL.
05/16/2012 8:13amThe man known as the "Horse Whisperer" is offering his talents to help Utahns with disabilities experience the outdoors.
05/16/2012 9:05amBusiness leaders in Utah are hoping to get kids interested in becoming business leaders themselves. They say an intensive summer camp has been very successful in getting high school students motivated.
05/16/2012 10:22amStudents at Salt Lake Community College are protesting the proposed elimination of the school's popular cosmetology program.
05/16/2012 10:51amGraduation day is often the culmination of lots of hard work and learning that brings optimism to students as they head into "the real world." The same can also be said of those embarking on their second careers in the world of entrepreneurship.
05/16/2012 11:09amThe City Council on Tuesday approved hiring an external auditor to look into the mayor's handling of the city's golf course finances.
05/16/2012 12:06pmInvestigators believe a fire that destroyed an abandoned home early Wednesday was caused by a transient who had been staying there.
05/16/2012 1:07pmThousands of students enjoyed a Salt Lake Bees game, as a part of Prevention Dimensions Kids' Day. The American Cancer Society is awarding 21 young Utahns a jump-start in college, with a $2,500 scholarship.
05/16/2012 1:54pmSteven Powell was convicted Wednesday on all 14 counts of voyeurism for which he was charged. A six-man, six-woman jury took about 6½ hours to deliberate over the course of two days before reaching its decision.
05/16/2012 2:34pmPolice in Salt Lake City located a cab stolen Tuesday night. Two men who robbed the cab driver, beat him up and stole his cab.
05/16/2012 3:24pmThe Boy Scout Court of Honor in Herriman tonight was packed with people who came to see 11 young men receive their Eagle Rank. The youngest was just thirteen years old.
05/16/2012 5:15pmMove over Susan Boyle: Utahn Luis Meneghin brought "America's Got Talent" audience and the judges to their feet Tuesday night.
05/16/2012 5:46pmEver watched a professional skateboarder and been amazed at how they fly down ramps like it's nothing? This week's Wednesday's Child not only loves watching skateboarding, he wants to learn how.
05/16/2012 5:51pmOne man is in the hospital, one man is in jail and one pit bull is in the pound after the dog was allegedly ordered to attack a man in a wheelchair.
05/16/2012 6:09pmThere are around 7,000 members of the combined Utah Army and Air National Guard. They are citizen soldiers who live among us, and deploy to war zones when they're called. Wednesday, they showed off some of their firearms and helicopter training.
05/16/2012 6:23pmStorage unit thieves have struck again. This time, the burglars stole the livelihood of a Spanish Fork couple, who depended on the contents to make ends meet.
05/16/2012 7:03pmCommissioners have identified a parcel of land within the Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area where they'd like to see commercial development take place.
05/16/2012 7:49pmThe days of watching the water flow by in the Murdock Canal are over. A new $150 million pipeline carries the water underground, from the mouth of Provo Canyon to Point of the Mountain.
05/16/2012 8:08pmA Utah State University student whose rescue from a fiery motorcycle crash was watched around the world joined with Utah law enforcement agencies Wednesday to emphasize motorcycle safety.
05/16/2012 8:55pmSome Logan residents woke up to an unexpected visitor Wednesday morning: a 1-year-old moose, wandering down from the foothills trying to find a home of his own.
05/16/2012 10:01pmPregnant women posing as birth mothers met with several Utah adoption agencies to hear their pitch on why they should give up their child and how to keep the birth father from knowing. What they found was astonishing.
05/16/2012 10:32pmUtah has one of the highest suicide rates in the country, especially among young men. The startling numbers are prompting educators across the state to step up in search of solutions.
05/16/2012 11:07pmWhat do you do when your backyard is invaded by thousands of unwanted buzzing guests? You do what a Utah County family did and call in a man whose history with hives dates back to Utah's pioneers.
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