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July 26th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

B12 shots: Do they work for weight loss?

04/03/2013 8:40am
Weight loss clinics are pushing Vitamin B12 shots as a better, safer and cheaper method of losing weight than going under the knife. But do they even work?

More details emerge about man killed in officer-involved shooting

04/03/2013 8:51am
Relatives of Cody Ramseyer apparently warned Sandy police that he was looking to kill himself and potentially take officers with him.

Nearly half of U.S. Christians believe Christ will return soon; preppers getting ready

04/03/2013 9:44am
A recent survey found that nearly half of the Christians in the United States believe the Second Coming of Jesus Christ will happen in the next 40 years perhaps contributing to the "doomsday prepper" movement in America.

Weber State loses on buzzer beater in CIT Championship game

04/03/2013 10:14am
Weber State's season ended when East Carolina's Akeem Richmond knocked down a long three-pointer as time expired to give the Pirates the CIT title after a 77-74 victory.

1 in 5 teen births is not mom's first child

04/03/2013 10:26am
Doctors are encouraged because the number of second babies born to teens is down a little from years past. Still, about one in five teens is having not one, but two or more babies.

Organizer of 4,000-plant marijuana farm sentenced

04/03/2013 1:47pm
A man convicted in January for his role in a huge marijuana farm near Cedar City was sentenced to 10 years in prison Tuesday.

Man brandished fake knife in robberies, to officers, police say

04/03/2013 2:02pm
Police say they were moments away from shooting a man who came at them with a knife that turned out to be fake.

Wednesday's Child: Kolby

04/03/2013 5:35pm
This week's Wednesday's Child is a curious boy who loves to learn. He recently showed KSL's Jennifer Stagg around Discovery Gateway, and they ended the day with a big dish of frozen yogurt.

81-year-old man burned over 90% of body in backyard accident

04/03/2013 6:02pm
An 81-year-old man was hospitalized with severe burns Wednesday due to a a backyard accident.

Nurse arrested for forging pain med prescriptions

04/03/2013 6:04pm
Police arrested a nurse accused of forging prescriptions for pain killers, and police say it is an example that anyone — even people who understand the dangers — are susceptible to abuse and addiction.

Woman claims porcelain cracked rear window; believes she was targeted

04/03/2013 7:01pm
A Provo woman wants to warn others and she wants justice, after what she described as a "scary" encounter on the road in Provo. Somebody blew out her back windshield and may have used something more commonly associated with pottery: porcelain.

'Mountain Man' justifies, gives detailed accounts of break-ins to sheriff

04/03/2013 7:10pm
Troy Knapp, the so-called "Mountain Man," was not only elusive, but paranoid, according to law enforcement officials. And he also has a good memory.

Utah cancer patient searching for miracle bone marrow match

04/03/2013 7:15pm
Farley Eskelson is in a very uncomfortable position right now. He is asking for help from strangers who could save his life.

Burglars fail in attempt to take ATM with steel cable; police seeking suspects

04/03/2013 8:17pm
A weak steel cable thwarted an early-morning attempted robbery on Easter. South Salt Lake police are now looking to the public for help in identifying suspects.

Family, friends try to stop deportation of Utah mother of five

04/03/2013 8:20pm
A Utah County woman with five young children is scheduled to be deported to Mexico next week.

Jimmer Fredette sues Utah clothing company for unpaid royalties

04/03/2013 8:22pm
Former BYU standout and Sacramento Kings guard Jimmer Fredette is suing a Utah-based clothing company for allegedly failing to pay him and using his name and likeness for profit.

Police identify man killed in Riverdale crash

04/03/2013 8:29pm
An Ogden man died when he lost control of his SUV on I-15 in Riverdale Wednesday morning. UHP said fatigue may have been a factor.

Missing Riverton man located in Wendover with unknown individual

04/03/2013 8:57pm
An adult with autism, missing since Tuesday afternoon, was found in Wendover. Police say he traveled there with a man he met at the library.

Intermountain Healthcare to pay $25.5M for violating physician-hospital relationship laws

04/03/2013 9:46pm
Intermountain Healthcare has agreed to pay the federal government $25.5 million to settle claims that it violated laws regarding the financial relationships hospitals may have with doctors.

West Valley police, DA request FBI investigation of drug unit

04/03/2013 10:56pm
The fatal officer-involved shooting of Danielle Willard and other issues plaguing the West Valley Police Department has now resulted in requests for two independent FBI investigations.

Governor says no to Snake Valley water-sharing agreement

04/03/2013 11:00pm
Gov. Gary Herbert said Wednesday he'll not sign a controversial water-sharing agreement with Nevada, despite the pressure from Utah's neighbor and the threat of a lawsuit.

Utah students with ADHD need more help, experts say

04/03/2013 11:02pm
According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention this week, one out of every five boys will be diagnosed with ADHD. Utah experts say the numbers show that more needs to be done to help these students.

KSL's Read Today program wins prestigious national award

04/03/2013 11:07pm
The National Association of Broadcasters Educational Foundation has awarded KSL with the Service to America award for raising awareness and action for literacy.

The cellphone celebrates its 40th birthday

04/03/2013 11:09pm
The cellphone turned 40 years old on Wednesday. It all started back in 1973 when an inventor with Motorola made the first public mobile phone call.
 
   
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