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August 30th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (14 Stories)

Wendover teen missing after leaving to meet online acquaintance

04/20/2013 10:41am
Police are searching for a 17-year-old girl who went missing Friday afternoon.

Legislature votes against special session to override gun bill

04/20/2013 11:37am
The Utah Legislature failed to get the required two-thirds majority vote to hold a special override session for HB76.

Victims of Utah data breach to get another year of credit monitoring

04/20/2013 12:08pm
State officials have extended credit monitoring services for another year for anyone affected in Utah's health data breach that occurred a year ago.

Man ordered to murder trial in stabbing of Payson man

04/20/2013 12:40pm
A man who prosecutors say fatally stabbed a homeowner after the resident refused entry to the man's underage cousin, has been ordered to stand trial for murder.

DeChristopher to be released from halfway house; documentary also released

04/20/2013 1:17pm
Environmental activist Tim DeChristopher will be freed from a federal halfway house on Sunday, just in time for him to participate in a Q&A Monday night after the debut showing of "Bidder 70." The film is the story of his climate change activism.

Salt Lake City celebrated for its resilience

04/20/2013 2:27pm
Salt Lake City joins 19 other cities in the nation for being "resilient" or able to bounce back from extreme weather events. A government sustainability group released its list in honor of Earth Day on Monday.

National Geographic photographer brings history, scripture to life

04/20/2013 4:55pm
As a kid, Ryan Fisher pored over National Geographic magazines, captivated by the photographs. He knew then he wanted to be the man behind the photos.

Utah GOP to look at changing caucus system

04/20/2013 7:15pm
Delegates to next month's state GOP convention will consider proposals intended to ward off a threatened initiative petition drive intended to dramatically change the system used to select candidates.

Officials investigate death of inmate

04/20/2013 9:11pm
An inmate at the Central Utah Correctional Facility was discovered dead in his cell Saturday. The death is considered suspicious.

SLC marathon sees more security, Boston tributes

04/20/2013 9:15pm
The Salt Lake City Marathon began amid tight security and with a moment of silence for victims of Boston's deadly bombings.

OHV trail dedicated in honor of 14 fallen officers

04/20/2013 10:08pm
Utah officers killed in the line of duty were remembered Saturday with a new trail dedicated to them.

Utah businessman, Sinclair Oil owner, dies

04/20/2013 10:56pm
Utah native and billionaire Earl Holding died Friday night, according to a spokesman from Sinclair Oil, one of Holding's many businesses. He was 86 years old.

Clearfield Community Church gets help raising mission trip funds

04/20/2013 11:08pm
Following a fire that badly damaged the Clearfield Community Church and destroyed the church youth group's fundraising garage sale items, the community rallied together to help the kids.

Police: Man arrested for DUI had 5 times limit of alcohol in blood

04/20/2013 11:09pm
Police in Cottonwood Heights say they arrested a man with dangerously high blood alcohol levels last night who was carrying drugs in his car pre-packaged and ready to sell.
 
   
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