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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

Salt Lake City fire battalion chief retires after 39 years

11/15/2012 6:40am
Salt Lake City Fire Department Battalion Chief Mike Andrew retired Wednesday after 39 years of service.

Defense seeks more details in murder case

11/15/2012 8:28am
Defense attorneys for a Pleasant Grove doctor accused of murdering his wife in order to be with his mistress want more details about the alleged crime.

Forgotten stilettos — how to impale your children inside your home

11/15/2012 8:31am
Most of us don't think much about those little bars in the basement — you know, the ones that stick out of the concrete like ancient spears. If you think about it, every one of those is aimed at your child's head. Learn what to do about them.

How to tell if someone's lying

11/15/2012 9:17am
The annual "World's Biggest Liar" competition is set to happen today in the U.K. At least that's what they say. We've all been lied to before, but how can people better spot fibs in the future?

Romney's campaign helped America accept Mormonism, reporter says

11/15/2012 10:01am
A Mormon reporter who spent the last year covering the campaign of Mitt Romney is detailing his experience – and the gradual change in perceptions about his faith since the campaign began.

Tooele lays off 22 more government employees

11/15/2012 10:52am
Another 22 people have been laid off by county government in Tooele.

U. cardiologist discovers new possibility for treating arthritis, inflammation

11/15/2012 11:45am
A University of Utah cardiologist has discovered that it may be possible to treat inflammatory diseases in a completely new way which would ease the pain of those who suffer from inflammatory disorders, but would protect the body's ability to protect itself.

Jordan Wynn accepts coaching job with Hawaii and Dennis Pitta the 'unicorn'

11/15/2012 12:39pm
Former Utah quarterback Jordan Wynn has accepted a coaching job with Hawaii. Terrell Suggs calls teammate Dennis Pitta a "unicorn." Al Jefferson is posterized on a Jeff Green dunk.

U. director may have considered murder-suicide plan, charges state

11/15/2012 1:28pm
Charges filed Wednesday against the University of Utah director accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting his estranged wife on university property revealed he may have been planning a murder-suicide.

2 steal 8 vehicles from dealership; loan out 3 to acquaintances

11/15/2012 2:34pm
A man and woman are facing a collection of felony theft and burglary charges after police say they removed a car dealership's air conditioning unit in order to get inside, locate keys and drive off with eight vehicles.

Deadline passes; No announcement from Hostess

11/15/2012 5:10pm
The deadline for striking Hostess employees to return to work has passed, and the company has not said if it will move to liquidate its business.

Charges filed in fight involving 2 BYU football players

11/15/2012 6:16pm
Charges have been filed in a Halloween-night fight involving two Brigham Young University football players.

A look at the past through the eyes of Spielberg's 'Lincoln'

11/15/2012 7:00pm
Steven Spielberg's newest movie "Lincoln" is being called the film of the year.

Man charged with girlfriend's murder found dead in jail

11/15/2012 7:37pm
A man charged with murder for the death of his live-in girlfriend less than a month ago was found dead in his jail cell Wednesday night.

USU unveils new wireless electric bus

11/15/2012 7:41pm
A Utah State University spinoff company is rolling out an electric transit bus that's capable of being recharged wirelessly.

Nationwide theft ring ends in Utah

11/15/2012 7:42pm
A nationwide-crime spree has ended in Utah. The five people believed to be behind the crimes were booked into the Salt Lake County jail.

5-Hour Energy suspected in 13 deaths

11/15/2012 7:59pm
5 Hour Energy drinks have become a popular item to give people a boost and help them get through a long day. But the New York Times reports that federal authorities are now investigating up to 13 deaths blamed on the drink over the past four years.

Coal site cleanup means new park for Wellington

11/15/2012 8:56pm
A patch of ground that was once home to an abandoned coal processing plant will soon become a 30-acre city park, thanks to a partnership between the federal government, two state agencies and the city of Wellington.

5 young boys burned in fire involving gasoline

11/15/2012 10:30pm
Five boys were hospitalized Thursday after suffering burns while playing with gasoline. The boys were walking home from school when they found gas cans and were "involved in a burning accident," Perry Mayor Jerry Nelson said.

Gun range plan on hold as Herriman city looks for new location

11/15/2012 10:31pm
The city of Herriman is still struggling over how to make a gun range a reality for its residents. City Council members have voiced support for the range, but the location is still a big problem.

Esar Met will trial for murder in 2008 killing of 7-year-old neighbor

11/15/2012 10:33pm
After nearly a week of evidence and testimony, a Burmese man was ordered Thursday to stand trial for aggravated murder in the brutal killing and sexual assault of a 7-year-old neighbor girl.

Christmas comes to downtown Salt Lake

11/15/2012 10:35pm
The holiday season got into full swing Thursday night in downtown Salt Lake City. There's still a week to go until Thanksgiving yet, but many Utahns are ready for lights, decorations and Santa.

Steel beams and a giant mirror: how a Utahn is creating a galactic first

11/15/2012 10:37pm
A Utah man is working toward an astronomical first, as he constructs a giant telescope in his friend's garage. When finished, it will be the largest amateur telescope in the world.

Pilot killed in Morgan County plane crash

11/15/2012 11:55pm
A pilot was killed Thursday when his plane went down just 5 miles from the Morgan County Airport. The wreckage was spotted by a friend several hours after the plane took off.
 
   
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