June 30th, 2015
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10/13/2012 8:53amA Utah junior high school earned the national school of the year title from the National Association of Middle School Principals and Lifetouch.
10/13/2012 9:22amLooking for a good haunt? What about one with a good cause?
10/13/2012 11:24amAfter several years of growth, enrollment at Utah's public colleges and universities saw a slight decline this year, according to figures released Friday by the Utah System of Higher Education.
10/13/2012 1:37pmA Kearns woman has been charged with rape, forcible sodomy and lewdness after police say she had sex with two teenage boys living with her in foster care.
10/13/2012 2:51pmCommuters heading to Salt Lake City from Utah County may have an alternative form of transportation sooner than expected.
10/13/2012 4:45pmA suspected drunk driver hit a parked vehicle and three people standing by it early Saturday morning, according to police.
10/13/2012 7:27pmAnglers of all ages are taking home quite a catch in Pleasant Grove after wildlife officials temporarily raised the catch limit.
10/13/2012 7:31pmThe Utah Department of Transportation opened yet another portion of the Mountain View Corridor on Saturday, and bicyclists were the first to hit the pavement.
10/13/2012 8:33pmIt can be overwhelming to make decisions about building or remodeling a home, but one expert at the Deseret News Home Show has some tips for those in the construction zone.
10/13/2012 10:03pmA shooting in the parking lot of a convenience store left one person injured.
10/13/2012 10:06pmA 4-year-old boy was transported by medical helicopter Saturday after nearly drowning at a Park City resort.
10/13/2012 10:13pmAn almost decade-long fundraising campaign has netted Utah State University more than $500 million for scholarships, new buildings and endowments, a school official said Friday.
10/13/2012 10:22pmAn Eagle Mountain man has been charged with stealing more than $25,000 from customers while an employee of Mountain America Credit Union.
10/13/2012 10:24pmA young boy who was conceived from preserved sperm after his father's death is not entitled to Social Security benefits under Utah law, the Utah Supreme Court ruled Friday.
10/13/2012 11:59pmIt is said throwing snake eyes is a bad omen, and while looking into her son's eyes after he was shot with a BB gun earlier this summer, Amy Sorensen could not help but agree.
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