June 30th, 2015
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12/01/2012 8:56amThroughout December, KSL is going to take you places you just can't go: like behind the scenes at Pioneer Theater Company with "A Christmas Carol."
12/01/2012 9:37amPolice in Texas arrested one of Salt Lake City Police Department's most wanted fugitives earlier last month, police report.
12/01/2012 10:20amDaybreak Elementary School will come off their extended Thanksgiving break on Monday and there's no doubt the "big kid on campus" will be a little girl.
12/01/2012 10:49amThe Supreme Court announced Friday it will decide whether companies can patent human genes, a decision that could reshape medical research in the United States and the fight against diseases like breast and ovarian cancer.
12/01/2012 11:22amA 46-year-old woman accused of hitting and killing a 6-year-old girl in a crosswalk was ordered to stand trial Friday on the charges against her.
12/01/2012 11:54amThe JX35 Infiniti gives a beeping sound to warn people when the vehicle is reversing. It is being compared to the basic gate and the rest of the Wrangler Unlimited Jeep.
12/01/2012 12:19pmA 41-year-old man faces charges after leading police on a high-speed chase on I-15 in Midvale on Nov. 19.
12/01/2012 1:34pmUtah school administrators have a new system to track school progress and performance.
12/01/2012 3:28pmTo mark World AIDS Day, the Utah County Health Department will offer free testing for HIV next week, Dec. 3-7. Appointments are required Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
12/01/2012 4:25pmAs a single mother, Melanee Peterson only ever wanted one thing: a family portrait to hang on her wall. Now she is trying to make sure every family has something by which to remember who they were and where they've been.
12/01/2012 5:00pmFor the past 22 years, Don Christensen and his family have spent the day after Thanksgiving buying almost everything they can get their hands on.
12/01/2012 6:43pmAn 86-year-old woman died Saturday after police say she was struck by another woman who was backing out of her driveway.
12/01/2012 7:00pmRandy Treglown was the kind of teacher students remember years after they leave the classroom.
12/01/2012 9:14pmSanta and the Grinch, as well as some live reindeer from the North Pole kicked off the annual ZooLights! tradition Saturday.
12/01/2012 10:29pmGirls as young as 14 were coerced into performing sex acts for Utah men who patronized the back rooms of three Salt Lake area "massage" parlors in a criminal enterprise top law enforcement likened to the mob.
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