05/17/2012 7:43amOne Utah family is comparing grocery store employees to guardian angels. A special bond between a manager and their special-needs relative has turned a job into a second family.
05/17/2012 7:59amCrews are working to repair two water main breaks and two streets near Trolley Square in Salt Lake City.
05/17/2012 8:16amThe 2012 Sundance Film Festival generated an overall economic impact of $80 million for the state, according to a report from the Bureau of Economic and Business Research at the University of Utah.
05/17/2012 8:50amThe Salt Lake County Planning Commission has given preliminary approval to a new location for the Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort mountain coaster.
05/17/2012 10:13amU.S. Senate candidate Dan Liljenquist renewed his call this week for televised debates with Sen. Orrin Hatch before next month's Republican primary election. But the longtime senator refuses to debate on television and maintains that the single scheduled radio debate is sufficient.
05/17/2012 10:37amWill schoolchildren get up an hour early for physical education? The state legislature has said it's trying to coordinate stronger physical education efforts to boost students' performance.
05/17/2012 11:29amUtah's primary is more relevant than you may realize. Plus, Biden buys ice cream for kids, Romney distances himself from a potential anti- Obama ad, and Congress sees mysterious break- ins.
05/17/2012 12:20pmA man accused of stealing 40-foot aluminum light poles on Salt Lake City's west side has been arrested. Officers said they caught the man red-handed holding power tools Tuesday afternoon.
05/17/2012 12:49pmInvestigators are on the scene of a scuffle involving a police officer in which the officer's gun was fired.
05/17/2012 1:11pmA group of residents living near the LDS Missionary Training Center are planning a type of protest this weekend to demonstrate just how tall a planned nine-story building MTC addition will be - they'll be using balloons.
05/17/2012 2:19pmDuring the interim, lawmakers attempted to tackle liquor license and education budget issues, as well as Common Core standards and the many mistakes that led to the massive data breach at the Department of Health.
05/17/2012 3:36pmThe voyeurism conviction of a missing Utah woman's father-in-law may not be the last of his legal troubles, as an attorney said Thursday she is working on a lawsuit that could keep pressure on Steve Powell.
05/17/2012 3:59pmUtah transportation officials say they're ahead of schedule to open a portion of a southern Utah highway that's been blocked since a massive landslide last fall.
05/17/2012 4:02pmThe DEA is offering to donate scanners that would be set up along I-15 to read license plate numbers, allowing them to track known drug dealers, violent criminals and suspected kidnappers.
05/17/2012 6:10pmVending machines in high schools are pretty standard these days. But two Utah schools have landed in trouble for violating federal school vending machine regulations. In fact, they've had to pay some hefty fines.
05/17/2012 6:25pmNewly released documents from Roy Police and the Weber County Sheriff's Office show why investigators believe their officers acted properly. They also reveal some of those men were shot at, while they were trying to rescue other officers.
05/17/2012 7:03pmEven though Antelope Island is known for its large population of buffalo, few people know the island has so much to offer.
05/17/2012 7:18pmDespite the reality that the cost of earning a college education is on the rise, there are actually ways you can get some of that education for free. Many of the courses prep students for jobs; others benefit those who didn't even graduate high school.
05/17/2012 8:30pmFire crews are fighting a fast moving wildfire that forced closure of a major road in Tooele County Thursday afternoon.
05/17/2012 8:39pmSpencer Agren is just a week away from graduating from Gunnison Valley High School, but he is just as excited about being a finalist in a national video contest known as the "NO BULL Challenge."
05/17/2012 8:58pmA bold, colorful website full of video clips asks: "Are you part of the Crossroads Generation?"
05/17/2012 9:45pmA shipment of apparently fake NFL jerseys intended for a Sandy man are central to a federal investigation into websites that offer cheap professional sports gear.
05/17/2012 10:10pmA condominium complex in Orem is fighting back against an invasion of birds in the area.
05/17/2012 10:32pmA child pornography case that started in Utah led an Internet investigator to an even bigger fish in Ohio. A 49-year-old man from Cleveland now faces 150 counts of sex crimes against children.
05/17/2012 11:12pmSugar used to be music to our ears, and divine to our taste buds. But now it's a major cause of America's growing obesity epidemic.
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