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Archive: News / Utah (25 Stories)

Video game making: U of U hopes to offer new degree

11/27/2012 7:39am
The University of Utah is trying to get a new Master's Degree approved which could make its computing students more attractive to video game makers.

Man to stand trial for 1986 murder

11/27/2012 7:51am
A man charged in the 1986 killing of his former girlfriend has been ordered to stand trial.

Little boy treks through snow for popsicle because that's what boys do

11/27/2012 7:52am
Caleb woke up early one Saturday morning and decided the frozen water on the ground wasn't good enough, so he pulled on his boots and went on an adventure.

School district invests in iPad for every student

11/27/2012 8:42am
One of Utah's smaller school districts is investing in iPads for every student. In January, 280 students at North Summit High School will receive an iPad.

Mortgage foreclosure relief available to distressed homeowners

11/27/2012 9:26am
As crucial deadlines are fast approaching for mortgage foreclosure relief, KSL is providing an updated summary of assistance available for struggling homeowners and other victims of unfair lending practices — and what you need to do to access it.

What next? From the election horse race to the critical issues

11/27/2012 11:57am
With the election now behind us, the period for politics subsides, and the time for thoughtful policy and governance must begin again in earnest.

Inspiring boy becomes fire chief for the day in Saratoga Springs

11/27/2012 1:45pm
Saratoga Springs Fire Chief Jess Campbell couldn't help but notice small disabled boy during the Saratoga Splash event earlier this summer.

Whooping cough outbreak reported at Utah County schools

11/27/2012 3:09pm
Whooping cough outbreaks have been reported at four Utah County elementary schools.

Woman accused of being present during Midvale murder

11/27/2012 5:42pm
A second person has been arrested in connection with the death of a man at a Midvale apartment complex three months ago.

Truck driver claims FedEx fired him because of Russian accent

11/27/2012 5:43pm
A Utah truck driver contends global shipping giant FedEx had him fired because he speaks with a Russian accent.

Utah high school graduation rates at national average; minority rates down

11/27/2012 5:45pm
According to the U.S. Department of Education, Utah's high school graduation rate is up to 76 percent, but some minority student rates have dropped much lower than they were.

Grapefruits may cause 'unintentional overdose' with some drugs

11/27/2012 5:51pm
Scientists are warning consumers about the possible dangerous side effects of drinking a glass of grapefruit juice when taking certain medications.

BYU students invent device, app to combat SIDS

11/27/2012 6:26pm
A group of BYU students have created a baby monitor they think can greatly help lower the number of children who die from sudden infant death syndrome.

Gun sales on Black Friday hit record levels across the nation

11/27/2012 6:30pm
Black Friday gun sales and their related background checks hit record levels nationally and in Utah - more a sign of future gun regulation fears than an all-out blitz on spendy stocking stuffers, gun store workers said Tuesday.

Victim's mentally ill daughter arrested in stabbing death

11/27/2012 6:59pm
The daughter of a woman found dead inside her Cottonwood Heights home has been arrested and is accused of stabbing her mother multiple times.

'Giving Tuesday' reminds to donate to needy families

11/27/2012 7:12pm
Utah's non-profits hope "giving Tuesday" will make a lasting impact this holiday season and throughout the year for needy families throughout the state.

Teen goalie raises money for Ghana with every save

11/27/2012 7:47pm
One Utah family has a special goal this holiday season: To do something special for children in an African Village through a sport that they love.

Construction worker killed in asphalt zipper accident

11/27/2012 7:51pm
A construction worker died Tuesday afternoon as the result of injuries he sustained during an accident.

Opening of Salt Lake Trader Joe's just days away

11/27/2012 9:12pm
A grocery store with a loyal following opens this Friday in Salt Lake City. Trader Joe's is expected to attract a slew of shoppers, all eager for their unique name-brand products.

98-year-old pipeline under construction in Weber County

11/27/2012 9:20pm
A water pipeline that serves two-thirds of Ogden, and part of Weber County is getting a much-needed overhaul. The century-old pipes have leaks, and there was even a major water main break several years ago.

Annual Festival of Trees under way at South Towne Expo

11/27/2012 9:54pm
It is one of the most anticipated annual charity events benefiting Primary Children's Medical Center: the Festival of Trees. This year's event kicked off Tuesday night with a VIP event.

Family waits anxiously as Utah authorities search for overdue Wyo. airplane

11/27/2012 10:54pm
The Utah Civil Air Patrol was looking for a plane that disappeared Sunday after taking off from Fillmore. Now family members are hoping a miracle will bring their loved ones home.

2 women killed in Lake Point car accident

11/27/2012 10:57pm
Two women were killed Tuesday when the car they were traveling in was hit from behind and swerved into a head-on collision on state Route 36.

BLM continues controversial horse round-up

11/27/2012 11:02pm
The Bureau of Land Management held a wild horse round-up Tuesday in a remote section of Utah, hoping to capture as many horses as possible.

Police investigate shooting in Hurricane RV park

11/27/2012 11:07pm
A man was in critical condition Tuesday night after being shot in a Hurricane RV park.
 
   
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