06/20/2012 7:20amThe Salt Lake City Council approved the city's 2012-2013 budget without talks of layoffs or property tax increases. But it will cost more to park at meters downtown.
06/20/2012 7:55amSkyWest is one of the biggest airplane owners in the world, and one of the most important air carriers on the North American continent. It's hard to believe the company started out as just a group of friends frustrated with the lack of regular air service to southern Utah.
06/20/2012 9:14amThe man being investigated in the killing of a Riverton teen was sentenced Tuesday to prison on unrelated charges.
06/20/2012 10:31amStudents in the University of Utah's Entertainment Arts and Engineering program have produced their first video game released through the Utah Game Forge, the U. announced Tuesday.
06/20/2012 11:36amA lack of dental care for both adults and children is a growing concern. States are reacting by creating a new class of dental practitioners called therapists. The ADA is fighting back, but it is anybody's guess who will win this fight.
06/20/2012 11:42amDays of '47 organizers said they won't allow candy or other items to be thrown to spectators during the annual Pioneer Day parade, even if the Salt Lake City Council votes to allow the action.
06/20/2012 11:57amJoe the Plumber blames the Holocaust on gun control, Harry Reid channels his inner athlete, Americans' opinions of Obama are changing, Joe Arpaio gets a birthday wish and Ron Paul predicts convention success.
06/20/2012 12:29pmAn audit of Medicaid cases presented to the Utah Legislature Tuesday found that while Medicaid eligibility is well-managed, errors cost the program $1 million last year, with room for another million in savings if efficiencies are put in place.
06/20/2012 4:10pmA stolen minivan specially equipped for a man who is a quadriplegic has been recovered.
06/20/2012 4:31pmCalling his actions "outrageous," "heinous," "disgusting" and "egregious," the attorney representing two young Washington girls followed through on her promise Wednesday to file a civil lawsuit against Steven Powell.
06/20/2012 5:12pmThe world's first extended-range electric truck, designed in Utah, was unveiled Wednesday morning. It will soon be tested by major companies around the country who want to save on gas and cut down their emissions.
06/20/2012 5:16pmHolladay's proposed new Fire station, Emergency Preparedness Fair, and SLCC number three in the nation of Associate Degrees
06/20/2012 5:35pmThousands of dollars raised by Timpview football was never deposited into school accounts, and the limited policies and guidelines in place were not followed by coaches, the school or the district, according to an audit released by the state Wednesday.
06/20/2012 5:46pmThe American Red Cross and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a new partnership Wednesday morning at Welfare Square.
06/20/2012 5:47pmThis week's Wednesday's Child is naturally athletic, so he chose tennis as his activity even though he has very little experience with it. Jennifer Stagg caught up with Nico at the Sports Mall Athletic Club for a tennis lesson.
06/20/2012 6:33pmNeighbors in North Salt Lake have a major pest problem and they're trying to get help from the city and state to handle it.
06/20/2012 7:05pmExtremely hot and dry conditions in Utah have convinced one of Utah's largest grocery store chains to keep the fireworks they sell close to the ground. Smith's announced Wednesday it will not sell aerial fireworks this summer, even though they are permitted by law.
06/20/2012 7:27pmThe season's mild winter and moisture-challenged spring have been lamented by skiers and water managers, but the moderate conditions could mean a boon for the bumblebee, at least in northern Utah.
06/20/2012 8:00pmTypically, the fastest way to get a patient to a hospital in Utah is by medical helicopter. Now, Utah has three of the most sophisticated medical helicopters in the world.
06/20/2012 8:34pmA Sandy family is urging those with aging loved ones to talk about end-of-life care, after what they say happened while their father died at Alta View Hospital.
06/20/2012 9:01pmLawmakers voted in a special session of the Legislature Wednesday to add 90 new restaurant liquor licenses and strengthen the state's efforts to curb both underage drinking and drunk driving.
06/20/2012 10:09pmCriminal charges have been filed against a woman who police say abducted her daughter from a West Valley elementary school in March.
06/20/2012 10:32pmAs wildfires rage across the western United States, claiming lives and wiping out homes, firefighters train to face the challenges.
06/20/2012 10:42pmA Provo police officer fired for removing his pants and flaunting a green Speedo-style swimsuit at a school function has been reinstated following a ruling by the Provo Civil Service Commission.
06/20/2012 10:47pmA significant early Native American archeological find has been unearthed in Utah County. BYU Archaeology professors are calling it the largest pit structure from the Fremont Indian period that has ever been found.
06/20/2012 11:33pmPlanning a vacation turned out to be a nightmare for a West Valley City family. The family turned to Panorama Travel to book their summer vacation, but says all they got was a rotten deal.
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