July 2nd, 2015
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05/11/2013 9:37amThe West Valley City Police Department returned thousands of dollars meant to investigate drug trafficking.
05/11/2013 10:05amStudents at the Salt Lake Academy of Arts got the chance to display their talent right on the doorsteps of their school on Friday.
05/11/2013 10:50amSeveral police departments and members of the FBI found and arrested a man Thursday who police say was responsible for robbing a Wasatch Peaks Credit Union on April 6.
05/11/2013 11:13amA man in Logan awoke to the sound of breaking glass in his home and realized his house was ablaze. He was able to escape through a window.
05/11/2013 12:20pmA kangaroo, kookaburras, blue-tongued skinks, a Moluccan cockatoo and cane toads will be at Fashion Place Mall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday to promote the San Diego Zoo's newest addition: the Conrad Prebys Australian Outback.
05/11/2013 1:41pmIn a public-private partnership intended to help victims of domestic violence, a community resource center was launched Monday at West Jordan City Hall. The center is a project of South Valley Sanctuary.
05/11/2013 2:43pmThe name of Ogden police officer Jared Francom will be memorialized in Washington, D.C., next week in the presence of his family and department colleagues.
05/11/2013 5:18pmA drug with an innocent-sounding name is increasingly being sold by dealers who claim it is as benign as its name.
05/11/2013 5:44pmDrug-trafficking investigations in Washington County have netted four arrests on charges of possession and distribution of heroin and methamphetamine.
05/11/2013 6:45pmFor those diagnosed with breast cancer, the Race for the Cure 5K is not just a shot at a cure, but a reflection of the thousands of people who support their fight.
05/11/2013 9:14pmA woman who just woke from a four-month-long coma enjoyed a musical performance raising money for her family Saturday.
05/11/2013 9:46pmA 69-year-old man with an advanced case of Alzheimer's is missing, police say.
05/11/2013 10:30pmA West Jordan man is urging others to be wary of KSL Classifieds and Craigslist advertisement scams after he unknowingly purchased a "box full of trash" that was advertised as a phone.
05/11/2013 10:45pmA Provo couple will sleep a little more soundly after a beekeeper removes a hive of tens of thousands of bees from inside their bedroom wall Saturday.
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