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April 21st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (19 Stories)

District matches students' snark, seriousness on Twitter

01/28/2013 12:33pm
The first school district in Utah to have a Twitter account has become a favorite among its students.

Legislative bill proposed to add transparency to charter school funding

01/28/2013 1:20pm
The first day of the Legislative Session on Utah's Capitol Hill began Monday. One of the bills being introduced would add further taxes to support local charter schools.

Layton plow truck catches fire because of heavy use

01/28/2013 1:51pm
A snow plow caught fire Monday morning in Layton, doing $1,000 in damage and serving as a reminder of how overwhelming storms like Sunday afternoon's can be for those tasked with keeping the streets clear of snow.

Did you know: The legal dangers of sexting

01/28/2013 3:59pm
It's been well publicized, discussed and in a lot of cases prosecuted. Still, the phenomenon of sexting is under scrutiny in the Alpine School District because board members fear students and parents aren't aware of all the legal ramifications.

Utahn sentenced to federal prison as 'serial sex offender'

01/28/2013 4:19pm
A Tremonton man was sentenced to federal prison in Idaho Monday for engaging in sexual activity with a 13-year-old Idaho girl.

Utah health insurance exchange at a glance

01/28/2013 5:00pm
As one of just two states with an existing health insurance exchange, Utah is in a unique position in regard to the nationwide implementation of the federal government's health care overhaul.

Woman dies after ice climbing fall at Bridal Veil Falls

01/28/2013 5:22pm
A Park City woman, injured while ice climbing Bridal Veil Falls last week, has died.

Another storm to pelt Utah with 2-5 inches of snow

01/28/2013 5:46pm
A winter storm that pummeled northern Utah with up to a foot of snow and contributed to 200 traffic accidents that left nine people injured, isn't over.

Pedestrian rescued from underneath TRAX train

01/28/2013 5:51pm
A man was seriously injured in a TRAX-pedestrian accident Monday morning. Elsewhere, commuters faced delays on slushy roads and Salt Lake International Airport reported flight delays.

Harsh words for feds, Congress get new legislative session going

01/28/2013 5:55pm
The 2013 Utah Legislature kicked off Monday with some harsh words for the federal government and especially Congress from House Speaker Becky Lockhart.

With cops and coffee, SLC battles west-side, east-side stereotypes

01/28/2013 7:16pm
In coffee shops dotting the downtown area, Salt Lake City residents meet with police once a month to discuss concerns about crime in an area that seems to see more and more of it with passing years.

Former Cottonwood High coach to be tried for assault in April

01/28/2013 7:31pm
A trial has been set for a former assistant Cottonwood High School football coach accused of assaulting a man at a party.

Snowstorm bitter news for some, welcome for others

01/28/2013 8:47pm
Another round of snowstorms means major headaches for many, but there are a few silver linings.

SLC police chief talks gun control in Washington

01/28/2013 9:15pm
Salt Lake City's police chief sat down with President Obama at the White House Monday. The topic on the table: gun violence.

City resources, snowplow priority lists play major role in commute times

01/28/2013 10:04pm
The plows were out following Sunday's storm, but that didn't help some drivers who faced tolerable conditions in some areas and more challenging ones in others. A lot of that had to do with both the resources available to the city you were driving in and what roads its snowplow priority list includes.

Logan program slashes distracted driving crashes

01/28/2013 10:09pm
Lt. Rod Peterson keeps his eyes open for people texting while driving or surfing their phones behind the wheel. It's become second nature to him.

Crash sends semi into gas main; evacuations ordered

01/28/2013 10:20pm
An accident between a car and a semitrailer Monday triggered a natural gas leak and temporarily closed the intersection at 9000 South and 1300 West, as well as nearby businesses. 

Jazz forward pursuing higher goals amid NBA stardom

01/28/2013 10:49pm
Marvin Williams is a relative newcomer with the Utah Jazz. We know the 6 foot 9 inch tall forward can dunk and make 3-point shots, but there is a passion to Williams that gives fans another reason to cheer for him.

Group gathers to remember Utah downwinders at vigil

01/28/2013 11:20pm
The Second Annual Day of Remembrance was held this past weekend for the many Utahns who were exposed to radiation during the mid-20th Century. They're called the downwinders, and many have met early deaths as a result of that exposure.
 
   
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