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December 24th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (22 Stories)

Late law change leads to rejected tax returns

02/21/2013 7:08am
Rejection. It's not easy to deal with, especially if it's from the Internal Revenue Service.

Family of slain teen files wrongful death lawsuit against state

02/21/2013 7:22am
The parents of a 13-year-old girl who was shot and killed in a Washington Wal-Mart after running away from a Utah youth home have filed a lawsuit alleging wrongful death.

Effort to coordinate science, technology, engineering and math stalls in committee

02/21/2013 7:43am
If you want your children to earn more money when they grow up, get them into STEM - science, technology, engineering and math. Now there's a move to make a STEM center in Utah.

St. George man charged with murder may take plea deal

02/21/2013 8:30am
One of two men accused in a 2010 double homicide may be close to reaching a resolution in his case.

Roads open after morning accidents, but more snow expected

02/21/2013 8:46am
UHP said a driver traveling too fast for conditions lost control on state Route 201 and rolled his truck onto the 3200 West on-ramp. The ramp has reopened, but roads remain slick in areas.

4 Utahns test ability to text and drive

02/21/2013 9:00am
As drivers become increasingly distracted — by phones, music, friends or something else — more accidents are blamed on the driver's mind being somewhere other than the road.

Utah students rank 11th in nation for AP exams performance

02/21/2013 9:15am
Six Utah school districts have been named to the Advanced Placement honor roll for 2012 as new numbers show that the state ranks 11th in the country for the percentage of students passing AP exams.

Tattoo restrictions for minors, special needs scholarships and bicycle safety

02/21/2013 12:09pm
Halfway through Utah's 2013 Legislative session, committees are passing bills putting restrictions on minors getting tattoos, funding for special needs scholarships and passing bicycles safely.

Fire at charity does $100K in damage 2 weeks before volunteer trip

02/21/2013 12:43pm
A fire caused significant damage Wednesday night to a charitable foundation in North Salt Lake, only two weeks before the foundation planned to leave for an international volunteering trip.

Man arrested for allegedly growing pot in daughter's room

02/21/2013 6:22pm
A Provo resident was arrested Tuesday for allegedly growing large amounts of marijuana inside his home, including the room where his 5-year-old daughter slept.

Bill would require parents be notified of suicide threats, bullying

02/21/2013 6:27pm
Karen Peterson's 13-year-old son Buddy was bullied at school — "terrorized" in her words, on a near-daily basis by a group of male classmates.

Ex-detective sentenced to probation for accessing drug database

02/21/2013 7:04pm
A former police detective accused of illegally accessing a state database to steal painkillers from a Vernal couple has been sentenced to 18 months of court-supervised probation.

'It has been mortifying for him,' says attorney of alleged sex assault victim

02/21/2013 7:45pm
An attorney for a man who claimed he was sexually assaulted while unconscious and under arrest said surveillance footage shows an officer witnessing the assault before walking away. The officer on duty, however, gave a different account.

Sugar House declines dating site's $1.35M offer to change name

02/21/2013 8:27pm
With the economy the way it has been over several years, cities and counties all across the country are searching for ways to bring in revenue.

Group working to put defibrillators in every Utah elementary school

02/21/2013 8:54pm
Sam Hood holds his little brother's hand and walks down the halls of Jefferson Academy, showing him where he will go to kindergarten next year.

SUV driver accused in bicyclist's death in US illegally, police say

02/21/2013 9:16pm
The woman accused of hitting a Provo bicyclist with her SUV, pushing him into the path of an oncoming Frontrunner train, was in court Thursday to face charges, including negligent homicide. Police now say the woman is also an illegal immigrant.

St. George Parade of Homes shows boost in housing market

02/21/2013 9:35pm
According to specialists, the housing market is an indicator of how well the economy is doing. The 23rd annual St. George Parade of Homes has shown that the economy is looking up by tying the record for their largest show ever.

Traffic accident involving children leads to meth lab bust

02/21/2013 10:34pm
A man has been arrested after police discovered evidence of a meth lab in his home following a reported traffic accident. It was an especially surprising find, police said, considering a recent drop in the number of meth labs nationwide.

Alleged bank robber caught on video at Farmington gas station

02/21/2013 11:03pm
Police are hoping newly released photos of an alleged bank robber will lead to a tip that will help them track the man down.

Jon Huntsman Jr. urges conservatives to support gay marriage

02/21/2013 11:51pm
Since their November defeat, the Republican Party has been whirling as they attempt to bring in more voters. And a former Utah governor is hoping to change that with his support of marriage equality.

Fugitive arrested following car chase, search through West Jordan neighborhood

02/21/2013 11:57pm
A manhunt for an ex-convict on the run from police went through neighborhoods Thursday night before the man was arrested.

Missing father and son located by snowmobiler

02/21/2013 11:59pm
A father and son who were stranded snowmobiling were found by another snowmobiler Thursday.
 
   
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