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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

Ghosts from the past: a photo gallery of Native American rock art

11/30/2012 7:59am
Utah is home to some of the nation's most stunning and mysterious rock art. This gallery features photos from ancient sites located throughout the state.

Man was warned about crossing street prior to being hit

11/30/2012 8:09am
Residents along 700 East near 3100 South say they would often see Raymond Nielson cross the busy street in his motorized wheelchair.

High 5 for company donating to hurricane victims

11/30/2012 9:58am
A Utah catering company is doing its part to support victims of Hurricane Sandy. For that, we gave Cuisine Unlimited a High 5.

Man sought in robbery of Holladay credit union

11/30/2012 10:28am
Police are looking for a man who robbed a credit union Thursday afternoon.

Utah Supreme Court rules in favor of birth father

11/30/2012 11:01am
Ramsey Shaud has never met his 2-year-old daughter, and doesn't even know where she lives, but a recent ruling from the Utah Supreme Court opens the door for him to fight to get her back from her adoptive parents.

Opinion: A simple plan to increase Utah graduation rates

11/30/2012 11:33am
One small change by the Utah Legislature could dramatically improve graduation rates and reduce education costs. Lawmakers should pass a bill that requires school districts to award a diploma to any student that meets state graduation requirements.

K-9, tire spikes stop fleeing suspect

11/30/2012 12:47pm
Police chased down a suspected car thief but had to use tire spikes and a K-9 to catch him.

Fire does $100K in damage to Bountiful home

11/30/2012 1:14pm
A family is hoping to return home soon after a fire gutted their garage Thursday night, leaving the structure unstable.

Parents encouraged to talk to children about suicide prevention

11/30/2012 5:55pm
People across the state are talking about suicide as a result of the recent death of the teenager from Bennion Junior High School.

News vehicles burglarized while reporters ride new FrontRunner line

11/30/2012 6:13pm
The FrontRunner South line through Utah county will start boarding passengers on December 8. Several reporters got to take a preview ride on the train, during which several thousand dollars of equipment were stolen.

The first Trader Joe's in Utah officially opens

11/30/2012 7:14pm
It has been quite a year for the retail scene in Utah with so many big brand stores that have set up shop for the first time in the Beehive state.

Volunteers save government $1.5M in wind storm cleanup costs

11/30/2012 7:17pm
The Davis County wind storm cleanup was completed Friday and thanks to volunteers and neighbors helping neighbors, the cost came in way below the estimate.

Mustaches raise over $109M during 'Movember' cause

11/30/2012 7:19pm
Friday is the last day of "Movember." No, we haven't misspelled the 11th month of the year. Movember is the fund raising movement that calls for men, worldwide, to grow a mustache, and raise money for charity as a result.

Rape survivor tells story to empower others

11/30/2012 7:32pm
It was a crime that stunned Carbon County. A rape so violent and premeditated, veteran police officers still get emotional when they talk about it. Now the woman who survived that attack is telling her story.

Fewer births in US due to poor economy Pew says

11/30/2012 7:54pm
The decrease of immigrant births led to an overall drop in the birth rate across the United States in 2011, new data shows.

State proposes food tax increase to raise revenue

11/30/2012 9:27pm
The state's proposal to increase the sales tax on food has some hungry for a fight.

School officials say boy who shot himself never reported bullying

11/30/2012 10:21pm
As students at Bennion Junior High mourn following the public suicide of a classmate, police and school officials continued Friday to investigate what led to the tragedy.

Millers increase reward to $100K for information on Sherry Black murder

11/30/2012 10:25pm
On the second anniversary of the death of Heidi Miller's mother, Sherry Black, Greg and Heidi Miller have increased the ongoing $50,000 reward in the case to $100,000.

Shurtleff holds open meeting about future of FLDS trust

11/30/2012 10:38pm
After seven years, Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says it is time to resolve the issues surrounding the state's management of the Fundamentalist LDS Church's United Effort Plan Trust.

Gym raises money for 5 boys burned in small town

11/30/2012 11:59pm
For the families of the five boys who were burned in a gas explosion, their small town is getting together to raise funds for stacking medical expenses.

National Guard joins search for missing plane, family

11/30/2012 11:59pm
The Utah National Guard has joined the search for an airplane that went missing while flying from California to Wyoming on Sunday, Nov. 25.
 
   
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