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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

'Anorexia of the soul' suffered by more teen girls

02/13/2013 12:07am
During a stage of life frequently portrayed in movies and other media as carefree and exhilarating, many teens are consumed by a dangerous disorder.

USDA proposal targets school snacks

02/13/2013 8:15am
Federal rules have taken aim at implementing more healthy food choices in America's schools, first with school lunches and now school snacks.

80-mph speed limit: Does it make cents?

02/13/2013 8:27am
Lawmakers are considering a proposal that would allow motorists to arrive at their destinations more quickly, but their fuel efficiency would decrease. So which is better — saving time or gas money?

4 ways to open up communication with your partner

02/13/2013 11:59am
The ability to argue well could increase the chance of happiness in your relationship by tenfold, a new study says.

Refunds and free tax assistance for two-thirds of Americans

02/13/2013 12:09pm
It's tax season and while we may be anxious to get our return, it also means we have to prepare our taxes.

Copper thieves steal $450K in wire from lights over two years

02/13/2013 1:08pm
Copper thieves are leaving parts of Utah's freeways in the dark. UDOT is trying all kinds of new tricks to try and stop them, and thieves are responding with more and more creative tactics.

Man passed out while under arrest claims sexual assault

02/13/2013 2:10pm
A man who claims he was sexually assaulted while under arrest — passed out and handcuffed in a hospital room — has filed a federal civil lawsuit against the city of Logan and its police department.

Man faces 27 felonies in freeway shootings

02/13/2013 3:36pm
A man accused of shooting at a motorist and police on the Legacy Highway has now been charged with two other freeway shootings.

Busy week sees movement on 'Dixie State University' and air quality

02/13/2013 3:57pm
The Utah Legislature kicked off a busy week Monday. In the last three days, bills ranging from the name of Dixie College to the quality of our state's air have passed before lawmakers' eyes, and many have seen approval.

Man searching for owners of found wedding, baby photos

02/13/2013 4:14pm
A Tooele man is searching for the owners of SD cards loaded with photos of a wedding and a birth apparently taken by a professional photographer.

Mom pleads guilty but mentally ill to daughter's death

02/13/2013 4:46pm
A West Jordan woman who killed her daughter before attempting to kill herself has pleaded guilty but mentally ill to the charges against her.

Device designed in Utah detects sickness in an hour

02/13/2013 5:24pm
What if you could find in one hour out what's making you sick instead of waiting for days? A Salt Lake company has developed a machine that gives doctors and patents key information to offer proper treatment, fast.

Cache parents upset over new schools proposed at opposite ends of valley

02/13/2013 5:47pm
Parents in the Cache Valley School District are concerned over a proposal that would put a middle school and a high school on opposite ends of the community, separated by the Logan City School District in the middle.

Man found on fire at Provo convenience store dies

02/13/2013 7:30pm
Sean Ryan Romero, who was found burning alive next to a dumpster at a Provo convenience store Monday, has died.

Cancer patients conquer disease, depression through art

02/13/2013 7:48pm
Art can be a powerful expression of pain and torment, as well as joy and overcoming. Perhaps it's fitting, then, to take a disease that can often combine all of those emotions — cancer — and make it the basis for a patient's creative endeavors.

2 families come together after Price murder-suicide

02/13/2013 8:01pm
After a Price man fatally shot his wife and then himself early Sunday morning, their four children were left without a mother and father.

Bill would compensate families of disabled, fallen firefighters

02/13/2013 8:47pm
Utah lawmakers are seeking to close a legal loophole that can in some cases leave the families of disabled or fallen police and firefighters without compensation.

Deployed soldier coaches wife through delivery via Skype

02/13/2013 10:15pm
Everett's parents never planned for this — a baby born while his father, Paul, an engineer in the Army Reserves, was serving overseas.

Paralysis victims relearn to walk with robotic device

02/13/2013 10:32pm
Less than a year ago, 16-year-old Chance Sackett was paralyzed from a shooting accident but is now walking with the help of a futuristic machine called the Lokomat.

Daughter, 2 sons win state wrestling championship

02/13/2013 10:43pm
Bearing trophies as tall as the kids, a family welcomed home three state wrestling titles, including one for their oldest daughter.

Victims in Midvale shooting identified

02/13/2013 10:51pm
The Unified Police Department has identified the three people killed in a shooting at a home in Midvale on Tuesday. This, as the manhunt for two suspects continued.

Loose table leads to 5-car accident on I-15

02/13/2013 11:31pm
A loose table on the freeway led to a five-car accident Wednesday that stopped southbound traffic in most lanes for an hour, but no one was injured in the accidents.

Wreck it or revive it? When to remodel

02/13/2013 11:41pm
As hard as surviving in the current economy is, It could be worse for the remodeling industry. But how do you know when you should rebuild, versus starting fresh?

Fire in Roy does $200K damage, destroys home

02/13/2013 11:59pm
A home in Roy was destroyed Wednesday after a fire that started in the garage spread throughout most of the house.
 
   
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