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Archive: News / Utah (9 Stories)

Newspaper changes numbers after polling error

11/06/2012 8:02am
Controversy swirling around competing poll numbers over the weekend brought rebuke from local candidates Monday and led one newspaper to back away from its previous coverage only a day before the election.

Idaho scientist wants to find Bigfoot with $300,000 blimp

11/06/2012 11:31am
Bigfoot is, in addition to being a gentile and elusive mountain ape, incredibly hard to find. Thousands of blurry photographs and shaky videos have been taken of the creature, and some people even claim to have found footprints. Still, there is no solid evidence.

Syracuse deaths appear to be murder-suicide; couple identified

11/06/2012 3:08pm
A couple found dead in their home Monday morning were victims of a murder-suicide, police confirmed Tuesday.

3 arrested for dumping acquaintance's body

11/06/2012 3:57pm
Three people have been arrested after police say they dumped the body of an acquaintance who apparently overdosed on drugs.

Longtime KSL 'Greenhouse Show' host Larry Sagers dies

11/06/2012 4:23pm
A man responsible for entertaining and informing viewers while helping gardens grow for decades across Utah has died.

Long lines, record numbers expected at polls in Utah

11/06/2012 5:37pm
Election Day 2012 could be one for the history books. Record voter turnout is expected in Utah today and elsewhere.

Man with hatchet breaks into homes, threatens residents

11/06/2012 5:39pm
A wild scene occurred in a Murray neighborhood early Tuesday where police say an ax-wielding man terrorized residents.

Bishop pulls ahead in Congressional District 1

11/06/2012 10:09pm
The battle was on in District One where Congressman Rob Bishop was heavily favored in his re-election bid this year, and even Bishop admitted that he has faced a spirited challenge from Democrat Donna McAleer.

Stewart wins Utah's 2nd Congressional District

11/06/2012 10:16pm
Republican candidate Chris Stewart has defeated Democrat Jay Seegmiller in the race for Utah's 2nd Congressional District.
 
   
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