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October 31st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

Senator proposes incentives to bring gunmakers to Utah

05/21/2013 7:27am
Sen. Howard Stephenson, R-Draper, wants to offer gun manufacturers incentives that could include tax breaks to relocate in Utah.

Teenage boy testifies against man charged with sexual abuse, forcible sodomy

05/21/2013 7:43am
William Estell, who police believe may have been sexually abusing young boys for years, was ordered to stand trial Monday on charges stemming from the assault of a 14-year-old boy in a park.

Police release photos of bank robber

05/21/2013 8:18am
Salt Lake police want the public's help to identify a man who robbed a bank Monday afternoon.

Police offer $5K for info about LDS church fire

05/21/2013 9:32am
Police have been investigating the arson that took place at an Ogden Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building May 5. They announced Tuesday that a reward of up to $5,000 will be offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person, or persons, responsible for the fire.

No bail decision yet for doctor accused of killing scientist ex-wife

05/21/2013 11:29am
Attorneys for John Brickman Wall, who is accused of killing his ex-wife, are seeking to have his bail reduced from $1.5 million to $100,000, but decided Monday to argue their case at a future hearing.

Bronco is top dog for BYU

05/21/2013 11:31am
Bronco Mendenhall has had a change of heart, now saying he wants to continue as the BYU football coach for the foreseeable future. As the Cougars enter a new phase of life as an independent, the program needs the leadership that Mendenhall provides.

Cedar City man jailed for assault at party

05/21/2013 12:34pm
A 32-year-old Cedar City man has been arrested on several charges of aggravated assault after police say he tried to run over several people with his vehicle.

Kevin Durant donates $1M to Red Cross; a look at BYU, Utah, USU football

05/21/2013 12:47pm
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant will donate $1 million to the Red Cross to help the victims of the Oklahoma tornadoes. We also take a look at what the Cougars, Utes and Aggies are up to this offseason.

Herbert urges D.C. committee to let Utah manage public lands

05/21/2013 4:53pm
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert testified at a House Natural Resources subcommittee hearing Tuesday and said state solutions work best when it comes to managing public lands, threatened species and failing forest ecosystems.

Taylorsville man killed in Wyoming accident

05/21/2013 6:35pm
A Taylorsville man died in a one-vehicle crash near Rawlins, Wyo., Sunday morning.

Ex-school secretary sentenced to probation for obstructing justice

05/21/2013 6:58pm
Montreia Barney, a former secretary at Mt. Nebo Junior High School who was acquitted of having an inappropriate sexual relationship with a student but convicted of obstructing justice, was sentenced to jail Tuesday.

Family of man killed in DUI accident pushes for consequences

05/21/2013 7:04pm
The family of a man killed by a suspected DUI driver says it doesn't know if the man who stands accused of the crime knows the consequences of his actions.

Technology can buy time, save lives in case of Utah tornado

05/21/2013 7:46pm
They may not be as frequent or as damaging as those elsewhere, but Utah has some experience with tornadoes. There are at least three or four tornadoes statewide every year, but now technology can buy times to save lives.

Teen on bike seriously injured after hit by car

05/21/2013 8:14pm
A 15-year-old boy on a bike sustained serious head injuries Tuesday when he was hit by a truck.

Learning together, Utah couple graduates from Yale Med School

05/21/2013 8:54pm
As the only married pair of their class, Utah natives Josh and Madison Hustedt completed Yale Medical School as classmates.

Teacher starts 'Click-it Club' after losing son in car accident

05/21/2013 9:10pm
A Utah teacher who lost his son in a car crash is sharing a message of safety with his students. His son, Jake, died in a car accident in 2009 — he was texting while driving and not wearing a seat belt.

Man killed in 3-car accident on I-215 ID'd

05/21/2013 9:52pm
Police have identified the man killed in an accident on I-215 Monday.

XanGo trying to oust co-founder who accused partners of embezzlement

05/21/2013 10:03pm
A XanGo co-founder who sued his partners last week is now the subject of a lawsuit seeking his ouster from the company.

Many details released Monday in Powell case new to Cox family

05/21/2013 11:49pm
The West Valley police investigation of the events surrounding Susan Powell's disappearance may be slowing down, but the attorney for her parents say a federal investigation is still active.

New drug keeps cystic fibrosis symptoms at bay

05/21/2013 11:55pm
Cindy Baldwin sits at her piano these days and plays a different tune. For the first time, her life-threatening disease appears to have reached a plateau a miracle plateau, in her definition, because the progressive damage to her lungs from cystic fibrosis may have ended.

Utahns ready to help tornado storm victims

05/21/2013 11:55pm
Utahns are reaching out to help to those devastated by the tornadoes in Oklahoma Monday afternoon.
 
   
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