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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

100 wild turkeys released in rural areas of Utah

01/19/2013 9:38am
The state's wild turkey population has been boosted by more than 100 birds thanks to the efforts of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and two sportsmen's groups.

Man arrested for calls threatening armed attack on schools

01/19/2013 10:05am
A Providence man was arrested after calls threatening schools and businesses in Colorado and Utah were traced to his address.

Doctors create new formula to treat trauma patients faster

01/19/2013 11:21am
It may be hard to believe, but one day your life may just hinge on a mathematical formula. Researchers at Intermountain Medical Center recently created a formula that allows doctors to figure numbers and treat patients faster.

Broken water line in Logan causes flooding, power outage

01/19/2013 1:29pm
A main water line broke early Saturday morning that caused flooding and a power outage in a Logan neighborhood.

New West Valley school named for Neil Armstrong

01/19/2013 1:57pm
Granite School District has named its new STEM school Neil Armstrong Academy after the late, famous astronaut. The name was decided upon by the Granite Board of Education during its January board meeting.

14 arrested in 4 drug busts in Logan area

01/19/2013 2:28pm
The Cache Rich Drug Task Force has made 14 arrests in four separate drug busts over the past two weeks in and around Logan.

Utah women behind national average for earning college degrees

01/19/2013 2:43pm
Utah's higher education gender gap may be shrinking, but the state lags behind the rest of the country in degree attainment, according to two studies released Tuesday by the Utah Women and Education Initiative.

Veteran receives Bronze Star, other medals earned in World War II

01/19/2013 3:32pm
A World War II veteran at long last has received medals he earned for his service in the Philippines.

VIDEO: Maxima is sporty, doesn't handle poor weather well

01/19/2013 3:54pm
The Nissan Maxima gives other cars in the mid-size sedan segment, which is very competitive, a run for their money. The Maxima's method is to go sporty, giving you more power and better handling while giving up some fuel economy.

3rd grade student wins state contest for biggest cabbage

01/19/2013 3:58pm
Lillian Spieth, a third-grade student at Spring Lake Elementary School, recently received $1,000 as the winner of the Utah State Cabbage Growing Contest.

St. George contractor convicted of fraud

01/19/2013 4:55pm
A St. George contractor has been convicted for fraud after prosecutors say he pocketed nearly $800,000 instead of using the money to build homes in Utah and Nevada.

3,000 people turn out for pro-gun rally at Utah Capitol

01/19/2013 6:05pm
A pro-gun rally took place across the U.S. at noon on Saturday. In one of the largest rallies, Utahns gathered at the Capitol Building to demonstrate their support for their 2nd Amendment rights.

2 boys dead after being buried by avalanche in Mill Hollow area

01/19/2013 6:48pm
Two boys caught and buried in an avalanche on Friday afternoon died at Primary Children's Medical Center early Saturday morning.

Mortensen family: 'We are glad the truth has finally come out'

01/19/2013 6:53pm
Guilty on all counts. That was a Utah County jury's verdict late Friday night in the murder trial of retired BYU professor Kay Mortensen.

Man riding camel causes traffic jam at Sundance Film Festival

01/19/2013 6:57pm
It may really be a zoo in Park City when the Sundance Film Festival takes over the town.

20-by-20 foot sinkhole nearly takes car

01/19/2013 7:15pm
A car in the wrong place got caught in a sinkhole Saturday morning.

DWR working to help deer cope with cold temperatures

01/19/2013 8:14pm
Utah wildlife officials are offering tips to help deer get through the especially cold winter the state is experiencing.

Boulder crashes into house, injures St. George woman

01/19/2013 10:14pm
A St. George woman got a rude awakening early Saturday morning when a giant boulder crashed through her bedroom wall.

Man, pregnant fiancee killed when vehicle rolls off I-215 overpass

01/19/2013 10:18pm
A couple and unborn child were killed in an automobile accident Saturday morning on I-215 at the the I-215 overpass at the I-15 interchange in Davis County. The woman was nearly full term in her pregnancy, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.

Auto buyers looking for fuel efficiency in 2013

01/19/2013 10:26pm
This is auto expo season, and shows are taking place all over the country: in Detroit, Los Angeles, and right here in Utah this weekend. Hundreds of thousands of people are checking out what's new for 2013, and there's good reason for that.

Street musicians provide free entertainment for Sundance crowds

01/19/2013 10:36pm
As people walked down Park City's Main Street at Sundance Saturday, they may have noticed different kinds of artists performing than they expected. Crowds gathered on the sidewalks as several street musicians played for anyone who wanted to listen.
 
   
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