July 1st, 2015
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01/26/2013 9:18amThe Utah Transit Authority in February will begin testing trains on its new Draper TRAX Line, a 3.8-mile extension of the UTA Sandy-Salt Lake (Blue) Line from its current terminal at 10000 South in Sandy to Pioneer Road (12400 South) in Draper.
01/26/2013 9:25amThe city has two new smartphone apps for residents to connect with city information and the police department.
01/26/2013 10:03amDebt is not the only answer, according to a recent article by Kiplinger. In fact, it should be less of an answer than the average consumer thinks.
01/26/2013 10:41amA Jensen man accused of killing a teenager while texting and driving has been ordered to stand trial for automobile homicide.
01/26/2013 11:12amThe Bonneville Salt Flats have hosted plenty of speedy vehicles over the past century, and these sailed cars that zip across the terrain on windy days sure bring excitement.
01/26/2013 12:05pmMultiple environmental groups are challenging the federal government's approval of the Gasco drilling project in the Uintah Basin, asserting it will cause irreparable harm to the Desolation Canyon area.
01/26/2013 3:11pmThe Grand Canyon is an international destination where spectacular views are not the only thing that grab tourists' attention.
01/26/2013 3:52pmCiting the need for financial education, Pleasant Grove released a 2012-13 fiscal year budget this month numbering only seven pages.
01/26/2013 4:02pmThe Sundance Institute announced the 2013 Sundance/NHK International Filmmaker award in a private ceremony on Saturday.
01/26/2013 4:53pmA truck caused a large pile-up accident after hitting a guardrail early Saturday morning.
01/26/2013 5:07pmUtah regents have approved Dixie State College's yearslong drive to become a university and are sticking with the school's traditional name despite some concerns expressed about racial insensitivity.
01/26/2013 5:43pmThe Utah Highway Patrol has identified the man killed in a head-on collision near Tooele Thursday evening.
01/26/2013 8:07pmMost Utah voters support increasing income taxes to fund education, according to a new poll commissioned by Exoro and the University of Utah's Center for Public Policy and Administration.
01/26/2013 9:57pmFor one group of mothers, the inversion is personal.
01/26/2013 10:31pmShirley Allen's cataracts are gone and she can see clearly again. Her eyes, once clouded and grey, have returned to their natural brown.
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