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12/17/2012 7:57amCaring for a loved one with Alzheimer's or dementia is a highly demanding job. Health care professionals say too many people who do it are so focused on caring for their loved one that they're not taking care of themselves.
12/17/2012 8:20am"I think we absolutely should talk about the intersection of a lethal weapon and how it relates to mental health," Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz said this weekend.
12/17/2012 9:09amIt's the kind of homecoming that never gets old. Nine soldiers from the U.S. Army 405th Civil Affairs Battalion returned from Afghanistan Sunday.
12/17/2012 9:51amSome educators in Utah are getting recognition on an international level. They were recently honored by the French government for their dual-immersion language programs.
12/17/2012 11:54amUtah is no stranger to unusual names. The Baby Center released its list of 2012's unusual names earlier this week and the picks are worthy of their own Utah Names video
12/17/2012 12:06pmThree people were injured Monday morning in an industrial accident at the University of Utah.
12/17/2012 3:54pmUtah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff intends to work for an international law firm in Washington, D.C., after he leaves office in January.
12/17/2012 4:34pmA robbery turned into a bomb scare at a Salt Lake City bank Monday.
12/17/2012 5:08pmEmbattled former Utah Highway Patrol trooper Lisa Steed was scheduled to testify Monday in a DUI arrest she made, even though she is no longer a trooper and some of her cases have been thrown out.
12/17/2012 5:10pmInvestigators say two people found dead in a burned bedroom Friday were shot and detectives are now treating the case as a double homicide.
12/17/2012 5:41pmA Kaysville woman is rallying people around the world to crochet hats for babies born premature. The project is her Christmas gift to families who might be going through a difficult time with their brand new babies being cared for in neonatal intensive care units.
12/17/2012 5:56pmSix Utah presidential electors cast their ballots Monday for Mitt Romney, who beat President Barack Obama in the state's general election but lost his bid for the White House.
12/17/2012 7:07pmA man has been arrested after robbing a grocery store pharmacy of Oxycodone.
12/17/2012 7:52pmThe horror of last week's shootings has the public demanding some sort of action, and elected officials are scrambling to figure out that action might be. So far though, there appears to be very few clear answers.
12/17/2012 7:53pmDramatic video has been released showing a Morgan County Sheriff's deputy shooting a woman in the face after a high speed chase. The injured woman survived the shooting and made her first appearance in court Monday morning.
12/17/2012 8:01pmThe tragedy in Connecticut has sparked fear with parents of children diagnosed with mental illness. They worry that their child might commit a violent crime.
12/17/2012 8:08pmAn archeological dig, a traffic accident, a pipeline and a building renovation – what do they all have in common? Turns out, each have ties to a small engineering firm in Heber City.
12/17/2012 8:24pmAttorneys for a Pleasant Grove doctor charged with murdering his wife filed a motion Monday to dismiss the case.
12/17/2012 8:32pmTwo of the men involved in the fatal stabbing death of Michael Workman apologized to his family in court today, as a judge sentenced them to probation.
12/17/2012 10:34pmAn 11-year-old boy who brought a gun to a West Kearns Elementary School Monday is facing criminal charges after allegedly threatening a classmate. The boy told administrators he did it to protect himself in case a school shooting similar to the massacre in Newtown, Conn., happened at his school.
12/17/2012 10:36pmA funeral for a young girl who was among the 20 schoolchildren killed Friday in a shooting rampage at a Connecticut elementary school has been tentatively scheduled for Saturday in Ogden. Friends gathered Monday to tie pink ribbons throughout the city in anticipation of the family's arrival.
12/17/2012 10:37pmTwo men are safe after neighbors pulled one of the men from a burning house Monday night.
12/17/2012 10:43pmWith few big storms this winter, the Utah Department of Transportation has saved money on plowing. That's a good thing, because a storm like the one that began Monday night could ring up nearly $1 million in snow removal.
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