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September 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (19 Stories)

4 hurt as car hits UHP vehicle near Nephi

04/08/2013 7:06am
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper's vehicle was hit while exiting the freeway near Nephi, causing minor injuries to four people.

Trailers from chemical depot donated to school district

04/08/2013 8:26am
Some trailers that used to be office space at Deseret Chemical Depot now will benefit the Tooele School District.

Traveling film shines light on kids stuck in international adoption limbo

04/08/2013 8:42am
A documentary making a whirlwind tour of U.S. cities, including Salt Lake City, tells the stories of kids living in orphanages abroad, waiting years for their adoptive American families to bring them home.

Ask a cop: What happened to polite drivers?

04/08/2013 11:17am
Have you ever wanted to ask a cop a question but were either too afraid or had warrants? Now is your chance to ask behind the safety of the Internet. Today, Officer Anonymous talks about his observations of impolite drivers.

Cedar City residents react to announcement of new LDS temple

04/08/2013 11:22am
"Yes! The rumors were true. A Temple in Cedar City!" said one Cedar City native after the announcement of an LDS temple to be built there.

5 Salt Lake City food carts to try this spring

04/08/2013 1:33pm
Though Salt Lake is no New York or Portland, food carts and trucks are gaining popularity in the city. Below, we've listed a few places you can find local vendors who cook up authentic cuisine in cramped spaces.

Police, FBI looking for man who robbed Ogden credit union

04/08/2013 4:28pm
Ogden Police and investigators with the FBI are looking for a man who robbed a credit union Saturday with a rifle.

Man accused of killing 5-month-old son will not get bail

04/08/2013 5:54pm
An American Fork man accused of shooting and killing his 5-month-old son will be held without bail, a judge ruled Monday.

Uintah hockey team gun raffle stirs debate

04/08/2013 6:28pm
A youth hockey team in Vernal got a last-minute invitation to nationals, so the team went with the obvious answer to the players' funding problem: auction off a gun.

Police still searching for killer in Idaho triple homicide

04/08/2013 6:52pm
The Oneida County Sheriff's Office on Monday announced that officers had completed processing the crime scene where three people were found dead in a house near the Utah-Idaho border.

New Olympus High School brings mixed emotions from students, teachers

04/08/2013 7:00pm
Some students in Holladay returned from spring break to a brand new school, and many of them had mixed emotions about the updated Olympus High School.

Police investigating after bodies of father, son found in Canyonlands

04/08/2013 7:30pm
The bodies of a father and his adult son were found in an extremely remote part of Canyonlands National Park over the weekend. Both had been shot, according to park officials.

Police: Man previously arrested shows up drunk at trooper's house

04/08/2013 7:34pm
A man apparently upset about an arrest last year decided to voice his displeasure with the trooper who once turned him in for an alcohol-related offense by showing up at the trooper's house drunk — beer can in hand, according to police.

Ogden man sent to prison after billing US government for damages

04/08/2013 9:08pm
An Ogden man who claimed diplomatic immunity during a traffic stop last year will serve three years in prison for trying to bill government agencies for trillions of dollars in damages.

Former Bingham High coach accused of mismanagement of funds

04/08/2013 10:03pm
Police are investigating a case of mismanaged funds involving the former boys basketball coach at Bingham High School. But Mark Dubach, who recently resigned, says the whole thing is simply a misunderstanding.

Sandy crews work to stop wildfires before they start

04/08/2013 10:19pm
During wildfire season, Utah residents across the state often see helicopters dropping water. Monday, a workhorse specialty helicopter pulled brush from Dimple Dell Canyon in Sandy to get ahead of fire season.

Winds begin to blow through northern Utah; 70 mph gusts expected

04/08/2013 10:43pm
Fierce winds ripped through Davis County late Monday, stirring up bad memories from December 2011, when freakishly strong winds clocked in at hurricane strength.

Paramotorists claim 'Super Dell' chased, kicked bird in flight

04/08/2013 10:55pm
A video has surfaced that the paragliding community claims is Dell "Super Dell" Schanze chasing and kicking a migratory bird near Utah Lake.

Teens charged as adults in homicide of Moab man

04/08/2013 11:25pm
Two 16-year-old boys have been charged with homicide in adult court in connection with the death of a man whose body was found in the Colorado River.
 
   
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