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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

125-year-old log cabin moved to Lehi museum

11/09/2012 6:30am
The Lehi Chapter of the Sons of Utah Pioneers on Wednesday prepared to have a cabin moved from its current location to a spot at the Hutchings Museum in Lehi.

Coalville man builds boat to spend retirement in at sea

11/09/2012 6:50am
A Coalville man this week got his first good look at a project he's been working on for more than 13 years. His long-time dream is finally seeing the light of day.

Man posing as police officer assaults 3 people, charges state

11/09/2012 7:46am
A Kearns man is charged with impersonating a police officer and assaulting three bystanders at gunpoint in a scuffle that got him shot in the foot.

Mentor to teen moms wins a High 5

11/09/2012 8:56am
Teen mothers find getting through high school a difficult task as they balance baby and schoolwork. Today's High 5 recipient has made a difference in the lives of countless teen moms.

Lawsuits claim Trolley Square Associates owe over $57m

11/09/2012 10:00am
Two lawsuits filed against the owners of Trolley Square suggest the historic retail shopping and entertainment center is in financial distress.

Man accused of stealing awards from soldier's uniform

11/09/2012 11:52am
A Murray man is facing burglary charges after police say he took the pins off a soldier's uniform.

Utah school population increasing, becoming more diverse

11/09/2012 2:45pm
New numbers show that Utah's public school population has reached a new high of 600,985 students. That's a 2.2 percent increase of students since last year.

Tooele man accused of choking girlfriend shows history of violence

11/09/2012 3:13pm
Additional charges have been filed against a Tooele man accused of choking his girlfriend in a cemetery on Halloween night before police say he stabbed two others at a party.

Former counselor at Panguitch school for troubled teens receives life sentence

11/09/2012 3:42pm
A former staff member of a southern Utah boarding school for troubled teens has been convicted of molesting some of the children housed there and sentenced to life in prison.

County Budget

11/09/2012 4:51pm

Utah 'Balloon Guy' creates Hobbit home from balloons

11/09/2012 5:01pm
A Pleasant Grove man is getting national attention for recreating Bilbo Baggins' home in "The Hobbit" — Bag End — out of balloons.

Companies' expansions to add 500 jobs to SLC

11/09/2012 5:33pm
Utah's information technology and software development industry cluster will add another member.

Program creates social situations for families coping with autism

11/09/2012 5:48pm
One mother came up with an idea to create opportunities for those with autism to socialize. It's a program called Autism AWARE, which stands for Autism is welcomed, accepted and respected every day.

No suspects in string of Sandy car burglaries

11/09/2012 5:56pm
Sandy police are looking for information regarding a string of car burglaries Thursday night.

Fallen soldiers to be honored ahead of memorial

11/09/2012 6:14pm
Gold Star Families, those who have lost loved ones in combat, aim to make sure we all remember their sacrifice. To do that, a couple of Utah natives are forging ahead with ambitious plans for an American Fallen Warrior Memorial to be built in Kansas.

Brew pub in Park City damaged in fire

11/09/2012 6:15pm
One of Park City's popular Main Street restaurants will be temporarily closed due to an early morning fire.

New Lehi mall adds 41 stores to Utah

11/09/2012 6:46pm
A new mall will open doors on Nov. 16, just in time for the holiday shopping season. 'The Outlets' at Traverse Mountain will include 41 stores.

McAdams mayoral victory leaves vacancy in Senate

11/09/2012 7:00pm
Ben McAdams' successful bid to win the Salt Lake county Mayor's race has now left an open question: Who will replace him in the Utah Senate?

Public hearing to be held about SL County tax increase

11/09/2012 7:11pm
Salt Lake County residents face a jump in property taxes next year if Mayor Peter Corroon's 2013 budget passes.

Mine layoffs blamed on Obama upset union; miners look for new jobs

11/09/2012 9:04pm
They're gearing up again at the state Department of Workforce Services to help scores of miners who received pink slips this week from UtahAmerican Energy Inc.

Father, football coach brawl; police investigate

11/09/2012 10:18pm
University of Utah police are investigating reports of a brawl Thursday between a high school football coach and a man upset over his son's lack of playing time.

Storm delivers rain, snow, higher avalanche danger

11/09/2012 10:28pm
A storm moving into Utah is slowing the morning commute in some areas. It's also delivering new snow to the mountains and adding to the avalanche danger.

Diagnosed with lung cancer, non-smoker looks for cause

11/09/2012 10:40pm
In May 2012, Valerie Scott went to the Emergency Room with stomach pains. She says doctors did a CT scan, and found something she never expected: Spots on both her lungs.

Internet rumors of massive job layoffs unfounded, economists say

11/09/2012 10:49pm
On the Internet Friday, an eruption of claims that widespread job layoffs were due to President Barack Obama's re-election and his signature health care program.
 
   
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