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Archive: News / Utah (10 Stories)

Two new LDS temples announced at Oct. General Conference

10/06/2012 11:18am
At the first Saturday session of the October General Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the construction of two new temples was announced.

DeChristopher will finish prison term in halfway house

10/06/2012 11:42am
Unlike the fiery protests and throngs of supporters who surrounded Timothy DeChristopher's trial and sentencing on twin felonies, the homecoming for the environmental activist later this month will unfold quietly.

Body of drowned Salt Lake man recovered from Lake Powell

10/06/2012 2:35pm
Search crews confirmed Thursday that the body recovered from Lake Powell is that of a Salt Lake City man who drowned while swimming on Sept. 21.

Salt Lake Buddhists protest over temple turmoil

10/06/2012 5:37pm
A complicated legal dispute has put members of a Utah religious group at odds.

Occupy SLC demonstrate for higher minimum wage

10/06/2012 6:08pm
With the nation struggling through one of the most economically challenging periods in its history, a group of local activists is offering a solution they believe could help stimulate the economy — raise the minimum wage.

Witnesses: MacNeill's behavior at wife's death was 'odd'

10/06/2012 7:08pm
The day his wife died, Martin MacNeill was "different," "odd" and, according to at least three witnesses, "angry."

LDS Church announces historic changes to missionary age requirements

10/06/2012 7:42pm
Thomas S. Monson opened the first session of this October's LDS General Conference with a historic and unprecedented announcment: Women may now serve LDS missions at 19 and men at age 18.

Crockett says Democrats made him target for hackers

10/06/2012 8:08pm
Salt Lake County mayoral candidate Mark Crockett has issued cease-and-desist letters after his tax records were posted online containing personal information — an act he said was meant to make him a target for hackers.

'Paws for the Cause' raises funds for autism service dogs

10/06/2012 10:20pm
Autism is a condition affecting more and more of Utah's children every year. It can be a huge strain on families cause a lot of stress in social situations. But one family thinks that a solution to autism's troubling symptoms may walk around on four legs.

Woman overcomes brain surgery to complete St. George marathon

10/06/2012 11:59pm
It's a race that took seven years to complete. Wendee Valentine started the Saint George Marathon years ago but couldn't finish. Saturday, she joined thousands of runners in Southern Utah in hopes of crossing the finish line.
 
   
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