July 1st, 2015
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05/15/2013 7:38amWhile expectant parents are aware they need to prepare for the additional expense of a new child, some financial counselors say many parents are going about it all wrong.
05/15/2013 8:05amWhat would you do for $5? Everyone has some skill, talent or expertise that's worth something to someone else. That's the premise behind a website that allows you to supplement your income, $5 at a time.
05/15/2013 9:26amProfessors and students at the University of Utah are trying to figure out how to improve tailgating at Rice-Eccles Stadium next year.
05/15/2013 12:10pmA law that would allow motorcycles and bicycles to turn left on a red light went into effect Wednesday.
05/15/2013 1:54pmA group of former BYU students are hoping to break into the instant energy business with a new take on smelling salts.
05/15/2013 5:52pmAfter serving a 15-year prison sentence, a father convicted of abusing his children sexually has had his name cleared after his children recant their testimony.
05/15/2013 6:07pmA Utah judge has ordered a public auction to sell off 40 horses seized from a woman and her son in an animal cruelty case at a ranch in Spanish Fork.
05/15/2013 6:13pmMitt Romney is building a new home in Utah near his son Josh Romney in Holladay.
05/15/2013 7:03pmA Midvale family who lost a daughter to a failed organ transplant is being honored by a Hurricane man doing a bike ride across the state.
05/15/2013 7:07pmAs the three girls hit by a car in Midvale Tuesday afternoon were recovering Wednesday, others were discussing distracting driving and measures to prevent it.
05/15/2013 8:59pmAllegations against John Swallow have prompted a response from the Utah Legislature in proposing a bill to amend the Utah Constitution to have the attorney general appointed rather than elected.
05/15/2013 9:42pmThree hundred feet. That's how close an oil or natural gas well can be drilled to a home or public building in Duchesne County under an ordinance passed this week by the county commission.
05/15/2013 10:08pmTwo local entrepreneurs have brought the water-propelled Flyboard to Utah and said the unusual sport has been met with a lot of enthusiasm.
05/15/2013 10:09pmA former Park City police officer and member of the Fraternal Order of Police was charged Wednesday in three separate cases accusing him of embezzling money.
05/15/2013 10:23pmSearch and rescue teams rescued a teenage boy who fell 60 feet near Kanarraville Falls Wednesday.
05/15/2013 10:27pmA man who fled from park rangers in Farmington Canyon Wednesday afternoon was taken into custody after police say he called from a cell phone and turned himself in.
05/15/2013 10:32pmAs children they played together, growing up in the same Sandy neighborhood. Now three women, all in their early 30s, are fighting the same deadly brain tumor.
05/15/2013 11:00pmA former emergency room technician has admitted sexually assaulting a man who was unconscious at a hospital.
05/15/2013 11:34pmA natural gas leak forced the evacuation of 10 businesses near 1850 Fort Union Blvd. Fortunately, Questar crews were able to take care of the problem pretty quickly.
05/15/2013 11:59pmA search of a farm in Salem, Ore., for the remains of missing West Valley City mother Susan Cox Powell appears to have turned up nothing.
05/15/2013 11:59pmA 60-year-old woman is dead after the vehicle she was riding in ran a red light and hit another driver, police said.
05/15/2013 11:59pmA three-hour standoff ended in the arrest of a man accused of breaking into a Salt Lake City apartment and threatening the couple inside.
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