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August 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (23 Stories)

No titles provided following car purchases, charges state

02/12/2013 7:15am
A car dealer is accused of selling cars but failing to provide the vehicles' titles.

Man charged with sexually abusing teen at SLC park

02/12/2013 7:30am
A Salt Lake man faces sexual abuse charges for allegedly performing sexual acts on a 14-year old boy at a playground in South Salt Lake.

HAFB employees could see pay cut, says Rep. Bishop

02/12/2013 7:57am
Rep. Rob Bishop said Monday that Utah's defense workers could see a pay cut under the automatic cuts in military spending set to take effect unless Congress acts.

Brigham City settles lawsuit over free speech zones near temple

02/12/2013 9:57am
Brigham City paid the ACLU $11,000 to cover legal fees accumulated during a dispute over free speech zones that erupted at the LDS temple open house last year.

Future explosive hotspot brewing under Samoan islands

02/12/2013 11:06am
The Samoan islands are lush and tropical, a place where one can relax and feel the pacific breeze. Travel 1800 miles down below the surface of the islands, though, and there's trouble brewing of explosive proportions.

5 goals to keeping your hard earned cash

02/12/2013 11:38am
Whether your personal finances need a major overhaul or a minor tweak, consider implementing the following financial principles this year.

Hospitals work to keep patients from returning shortly after leaving

02/12/2013 11:58am
Nearly one out of five Medicare patients are readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of leaving. What are administrators in Utah doing to stop the costly problem?

Man charged for second dog shooting

02/12/2013 12:02pm
A man who resigned from the Tabiona Town Council after he shot and killed a neighbor's dog in 2011 is in trouble with the law again in a case that also involves a dog, a gun and alcohol.

After boulder hits woman, city reassesses rockfall hazards

02/12/2013 3:08pm
After a 12-by-9-foot boulder crashed into a home and injured a woman, the city is looking at their development approval process.

Fire sparked by space heater destroys home

02/12/2013 4:12pm
A family of seven is displaced after a fire destroyed their home in Orem.

Bill would ban teen cellphone use while driving

02/12/2013 5:00pm
For the second year in a row, Utah lawmakers are eyeing legislation that would bar teen drivers from using their cell phones behind the wheel.

Another trooper hit in emergency lane

02/12/2013 5:26pm
Another Utah Highway Patrol trooper was struck while on the side of the freeway Tuesday, prompting officials to again urge caution to drivers.

Josh Powell's brother commits suicide in Minneapolis

02/12/2013 6:41pm
The brother of Josh Powell has committed suicide in Minneapolis, according to reports.

Shurtleff went to FBI in Oct. over Utah AG allegations

02/12/2013 7:17pm
Former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff this week shed new light on bribery allegations made last month against new Attorney General John Swallow.

Fake marriage counselor found guilty of further sex abuse

02/12/2013 7:26pm
The woman didn't speak to the judge directly Tuesday. Instead, a letter was read on her behalf.

Provo hospital gives patients the silent treatment

02/12/2013 7:47pm
Hospitals don't always have a reputation as being places where one can get a good night's sleep. But one Utah hospital is trying to change that.

Trolley Square victim heals through service

02/12/2013 8:06pm
Exactly six years ago, the life of a Utah woman and her family was drastically and tragically altered, forever.

Police: Attempted drive-by shooting thwarted by car accident

02/12/2013 9:54pm
A man police say was attempting a drive-by shooting at an apartment complex didn't get far.

Plea deal for Layton homeowner who shot at burglar

02/12/2013 10:06pm
A Layton homeowner accused of illegally firing shots near a suspected burglar had his day in court Tuesday, and 911 tapes of the incident revealed the tense moments before police arrived.

Experts share tips for safely enjoying Utah's backcountry

02/12/2013 10:25pm
While it's easy to play it safe at Utah's ski resorts, the real danger comes when you head off the beaten path. In honor of Backcountry Avalanche Awareness Week, experts share advice on how to navigate the greatest snow on earth safely.

3 dead in Midvale shooting; police search for 2 suspects

02/12/2013 10:27pm
Three people are dead, and a fourth hospitalized, following a shooting in Midvale Tuesday morning. By evening, the two people investigators had called "persons of interest" had become suspects in the case, and they're still on the run.

Hackers send zombie emergency alert through KSL station, others

02/12/2013 10:29pm
The FCC is investigating after multiple TV stations, including a KSL station, were hacked Tuesday to display an emergency alert warning of an impending zombie attack.

Orem teen inspires thousands in blogging about cancer fight

02/12/2013 11:59pm
Being a teenager comes with a specific set of challenges: fitting in, peer pressure, even convincing parents you know more than them. But a 17-year-old by the name of Rachel Stratton has one that trumps a lot of other problems out there, and she's not letting it stop her.
 
   
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