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Archive: News / Utah (13 Stories)

Tooele boy injured after falling out of window

05/19/2013 8:48am
A 7-year-old boy fell 10 to 12 feet out of a window in Tooele County Saturday.

Sunday Edition: West Valley police, John Swallow, and Utah's caucus

05/19/2013 9:00am
District Attorney and a defense attorney will join us to explain how they are going to handle all of the West Valley Police Department's dismissed cases. Plus, a steady stream of allegations have drenched Utah Attorney General John Swallow's office. And, rumblings in the GOP over a possible change to Utah's caucus system.

6 transported to hospital after 3-car accident on SR-73

05/19/2013 9:25am
A pickup truck driving in the wrong lane caused a three vehicle accident that sent six people to the hospital Saturday night and closed SR-73 for several hours.

WVC Police assure Latino leaders that dismissed cases not tied to racial profiling

05/19/2013 10:30am
Latino leaders and representatives of West Valley City describe meeting on dismissal of narcotics cases as a "constructive" exchange. Both have pledged to help improve community relations.

Refugee woman from the Congo finds friends, new life in Utah

05/19/2013 12:05pm
A refugee woman from Congo has started a new life in Utah, and shares her story of survival with her new friends and neighbors to offer them hope.

Three people in critical condition after car accident on I-80

05/19/2013 1:20pm
Five people injured after Tooele car accident on 1-80 around mile marker 88

VIDEO: Audi S5 is a close relative to Iron Man's ride

05/19/2013 2:21pm
Tony Stark drives an Audi R8 in "Iron Man 3." We get to test a close relative of the R8: the S5. It's a little less power, a lot less money.

Evanston police shoot, kill man who allegedly fired rifle around town

05/19/2013 2:42pm
Police have released information about an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead after a series of shootings and a short high speed chase Saturday afternoon.

Utah sees decrease in greenhouse gas emmissions since 2000

05/19/2013 3:51pm
Greenhouse gas emissions over a decade-long period were analyzed by the U.S. Energy Administration, which shows a state-by-state inventory. The majority of states, including Utah, had a decrease in tons emitted from 2000 to 2010.

70 years later, firefighters honor fallen heroes of Victory Theater Fire

05/19/2013 6:35pm
Salt Lake firefighters honored the three who were killed and 12 injured during the Victory Theater fire in a memorial ceremony, 70 years after the structure was destroyed by fire.

XanGo co-founder says partners embezzled hundreds of thousands

05/19/2013 8:34pm
A co-founder of XanGo paints a picture of a company rife with corporate looting, internal cover-ups and spying in a federal lawsuit.

Boy attacked by 3 rottweilers recovering well

05/19/2013 10:13pm
Just two weeks ago, an 11-year-old boy from St. George was attacked by three rottweilers. He had injuries over his entire body, including bites so deep doctors could see muscle.

Utah mom makes big difference in fight for clean air

05/19/2013 10:33pm
All month long, KSL is featuring women who accomplish great things while juggling the responsibilities of motherhood. Nadine Wimmer profiles Cherise Udell, who founded Utah Moms for Clean Air.
 
   
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