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Archive: News / Utah (16 Stories)

Application deadline for big game hunt on March 4

02/16/2013 9:51am
Applications to hunt big game animals in Utah this fall are due by March 4.

doTerra announces expansion, adding 330 jobs

02/16/2013 10:06am
The Governor's Office of Economic Development the Economic Development Corporation of Utah announced Thursday an incentive agreement with Pleasant Grove-based dōTERRA — a company that makes aromatic compounds from natural ingredients — that will bring more than 300 new jobs.

Senate passes bill targeting 'push polling'

02/16/2013 11:05am
A bill intended to promote transparency in political polling and stop the practice of "push polling" passed the Senate Government Operations and Political Subdivisions Committee on Friday.

UHP petitions Legislature for funding for trooper's overtime hours

02/16/2013 2:11pm
The Utah Department of Public Safety has asked for more funding for the Utah Highway Patrol. The DPS is petitioning the legislature for $1 million to fund the troopers' overtime hours.

Museum of fine arts honors American Indians in exhibit

02/16/2013 2:42pm
An art exhibit honoring American Indians kicked off with a preview Thursday.

VIDEO: Davis cheerleader sinks half-court shot to win $500

02/16/2013 4:31pm
A Davis High cheerleader made an incredible half-court shot during a half-time contest to win $500 Friday night.

Loved ones give back to therapist with big heart

02/16/2013 5:56pm
Sometimes, those who serve everybody else need a reminder that they make a difference. One woman, after leaving her job as a recreational therapist at Shriners Hospital, got just that.

Utah republicans meet to review Swallow investigation, ethical issues

02/16/2013 6:05pm
With or without Utah Attorney John Swallow present, the state Republican party discussed his case and its effect on the party Saturday.

From hundreds of feet up, DWR takes elk census in helicopter

02/16/2013 7:01pm
Randall Thacker knows what he's looking for. He can spot it from more than 200 feet in the air.

Gov. signature makes Dixie State officially a university

02/16/2013 7:40pm
Dixie State College officially became Dixie State University Saturday morning after Gov. Gary Herbert signed the House bill in front of an excited crowd.

Police identify person of interest in Cedar City death

02/16/2013 8:19pm
Police have identified the man held for questioning after another man was found dead and a woman injured, in a Cedar City home.

Man arrested after fleeing from cops, throwing marijuana out car window

02/16/2013 9:55pm
A man was arrested Friday night after fleeing from the cops and trying to dispose of marijuana.

Police: 6 arrested for shooting out 100 windows

02/16/2013 10:36pm
Police have arrested six people for a crime spree that spanned across three cities that amounted to tens of thousands of dollars in damage.

Owners of starving horses arrested for animal cruelty, police say

02/16/2013 10:40pm
A couple of horse owners in the midst of a heated lawsuit with a ranch owner were arrested for suspicion of animal cruelty Friday.

Teens steal car, lead high-speed chase, police say

02/16/2013 10:53pm
Two teens who left a youth home were quickly recaptured Saturday night, but not before leading police on a chase with speeds reaching 100 mph.

Homicide charges filed after toddler killed in motorcycle crash

02/16/2013 10:53pm
A man who crashed his motorcycle while riding over 40 mph with his 1-year-old son on his lap with no helmet, has been charged with child abuse homicide.
 
   
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