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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

Metro Gang Unit names week's public enemy no. 1

04/10/2013 6:31am
The Metro Gang Unit Tuesday declared a new "public enemy number one" for the week.

Diagnosing car trouble without the mechanic

04/10/2013 7:52am
When the "check engine" light comes on in your car, you don't have to rely solely on a mechanic to diagnose the problem.

Soldier from Murray helps rescue boy from well in Afghanistan

04/10/2013 8:39am
After hours of digging, a 3-year-old boy is safe in Afghanistan thanks to help from Spc. Thomas Wirthlin, a Murray man serving in Afghanistan.

Shopping online for prescription drugs can be cheaper, but dangerous

04/10/2013 9:16am
Though more people shop online for convenience and savings, Utah authorities are warning about one area consumers should be extra careful: prescription drugs.

Feds dismiss 8 cases linked to West Valley narcotics officer

04/10/2013 11:18am
More criminal cases from the West Valley City Police Department's former Neighborhood Narcotics Unit have been dismissed — this time in federal court.

75-year-old woman injured in driveway accident dies

04/10/2013 11:55am
An elderly woman who was hit by a driver backing out of his driveway has died as a result of her injuries.

Attempted break-ins get would-be burglar caught on camera

04/10/2013 1:39pm
Police are looking for a would-be burglar who failed their attempts to break into a gas station and a store on April 3.

BYU student creates real-time UTA tracking app for iPhone

04/10/2013 1:51pm
Missing the bus is something Jason Johnson has become tired of. Hoping never to miss his ride again, Johnson developed an app that allows anyone with an iPhone, iPad or iPod to keep track of where their bus or train is in real time, right down to the foot.

Hopeful news for 63 dogs found at murder scene

04/10/2013 2:46pm
As more horrific details emerge from the crime scene in Holbrook, Idaho, where three people were found dead, hopeful news was also being reported about the nearly 70 pit bulls taken from the property.

Man run over by own truck in critical condition

04/10/2013 3:14pm
A Salt Lake man is in extremely critical condition after being accidentally run over by his own work truck.

Johnson, associates plead not guilty to fraud

04/10/2013 4:03pm
One-time multimillionaire Jeremy Johnson and four associates pleaded not guilty in federal court Wednesday to dozens of fraud charges involving his former Internet marketing company.

FCC requests comment on potential indecency regulation changes

04/10/2013 5:43pm
The Federal Communications Commission is reviewing its broadcast indecency policies and its asking for public opinion, a move that has some people concerned about a possible change and what could be allowed on television and radio in the future.

UTA gives preview of soon-to-open airport TRAX line

04/10/2013 5:53pm
With the new airport TRAX line opening Sunday, Utah Transit Authority gave a sneak peek to the media Wednesday.

Crews remove 400 barrels of fuel spilled at Willard Bay

04/10/2013 7:08pm
Cleanup crews have recovered about 400 barrels of fuel from Willard Bay's wetlands after a fuel leak in a pipeline, but Chevron estimates it could take another month to remove the remaining fuel.

Utah's first Microsoft store to open on Thursday

04/10/2013 8:01pm
In contrast to minimalistic, white- and light-colored Apple stores, the new Microsoft store at City Creek Center is brightly colored and busy.

Marriage benefits when fathers involved with kids and chores, BYU study says

04/10/2013 8:31pm
There's apparently no secret to maintaining a good marriage, but research out of BYU, USU and the University of Missouri may have some help to contribute.

Union High School teacher accused of sex abuse

04/10/2013 8:46pm
Duchesne County prosecutors have filed a felony charge against a Union High School teacher, accusing him of fondling a teenage girl.

Man fools family for years by posing as military hero

04/10/2013 10:05pm
For over a decade, Kenneth Crocheron has dressed up in a fake uniform with medals he's never earned. He fooled one Utah family into thinking he's a decorated war hero.

Kennecott warns community of impending slide at copper mine

04/10/2013 10:10pm
Kennecott Utah Copper has sent out a warning to their employees and to the surrounding community that they've detected ground movement in the walls of the Bingham Canyon Mine and expect a slide to happen soon.

LDS missions give Utahns advantage in business

04/10/2013 10:16pm
As Gov. Gary Herbert goes to California to persuade businesses to move to Utah, he might do well to remind them of Utahns' unique ability to communicate in dozens of different languages within a single workplace.

Man held knife to baby's throat, charges say

04/10/2013 11:16pm
A 22-year-old man is charged with attempted murder after police say he held a knife to his 8-month-old baby's throat and sliced the mother's arm to the bone.
 
   
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