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October 30th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (14 Stories)

Saratoga Springs kids compete in 'reading playoffs' before Super Bowl

02/03/2013 6:04am
For the more than 800 students at Thunder Ridge Elementary School, reading is the game that matters. For a month, students have competed against teachers in "reading playoffs," earning small footballs for each hour they read.

Volunteers count homeless throughout Utah

02/03/2013 9:20am
Volunteers fanned out across Utah Saturday, the final day of an annual effort to find those who are homeless so that a helping hand can be offered through the year.

Southern Utah man dies in accident on SR-12

02/03/2013 9:45am
One man was killed in a single vehicle accident Saturday in southern Utah.

Couple accused of taking money from shooting association

02/03/2013 11:10am
A Utah County couple is facing criminal charges after authorities claim they confessed to misappropriating funds from a recreational organization they belonged to.

Utah joins in asking Supreme Court to uphold traditional marriage

02/03/2013 12:00pm
Utah has joined two briefs filed with the U.S. Supreme Court asking justices to support state and federal laws defining marriage as a union between one man and one woman.

Puppy stolen from 5-year-old at Sandy gun show

02/03/2013 1:53pm
A Price family is asking for help in locating their puppy that was stolen from them at the South Towne Expo Center Saturday morning.

Woman in critical condition after truck slams into car at light

02/03/2013 4:01pm
A woman is in critical condition Sunday after a truck slammed into the rear end of her vehicle during a medical incident.

VIDEO: Man commits 3 robberies in 24 hours, police seek help

02/03/2013 5:08pm
Police are looking for a man who attempted but failed to rob a Walmart store, but who later robbed a Del Taco at gunpoint.

Man buried in avalanche rescued quickly thanks to beacon

02/03/2013 7:10pm
A 36-year-old man briefly buried in an avalanche in a west bowl of Silver Fork Canyon Sunday was quickly rescued by fellow skiers Sunday afternoon.

Man injured after truck hits plane at Salt Lake Airport

02/03/2013 8:51pm
One man has been hospitalized after he drove a truck into the wing of a private aircraft at the Salt Lake International Airport.

Dying from flu while young, healthy 'uncommon,' doctor says

02/03/2013 10:17pm
With a community reeling from the unexpected death of a 16-year-old Provo boy who was reportedly fighting the flu and a staph infection, doctors said the death of a young, healthy person was "uncommon."

Local NFL players have impact in Super Bowl XLVII

02/03/2013 10:46pm
There were seven players with local ties on the field Sunday and five of them left the field as champions.

Thomas S. Monson marks 5 years as president of LDS Church

02/03/2013 10:46pm
Five years ago Sunday, Thomas S. Monson became the 16th President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The last six months have brought the celebration of President Monson's 85th birthday and his announcement during General Conference in October that changed the faith's missionary program.

LDS missionary dies after being hit by truck while biking in Okla.

02/03/2013 11:59pm
An LDS missionary from Benton, Ark. was killed Friday when she was hit by a truck while biking.
 
   
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