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December 28th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (18 Stories)

UVU Auto Expo: Rain kept some show cars home, but not fans

05/25/2013 9:14am
Off-and-on Saturday rain kept some of the cars home from the Utah Valley University Auto Expo, but drag-racer Shirley Muldowney still drew hundreds of fans out.

2 West Haven men injured in UTV rollover

05/25/2013 9:26am
A 30-year-old man is in critical condition after he and a friend rolled an off-road vehicle.

Groups suing BLM for decision to open lands for oil shale, tar sands leasing

05/25/2013 9:37am
Multiple groups that include the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance are unhappy with the BLM's March decision on allowing potential tar sands and oil shale development on lands in three states: Utah, Colorado and Wyoming.

Woman extricated from car in 3-car pileup on Redwood Road

05/25/2013 10:13am
A woman had to be extricated from her car and transported to the hospital after a three car pileup Friday night.

Tesoro to buy Chevron pipeline near Willard Bay for $355M

05/25/2013 12:23pm
Tesoro has announced it is buying the Chevron pipeline for reduced price of $355 million — down from $400 million — a discount due to the March 18 leak of diesel fuel near Willard Bay. The 760-mile line is part the Northwest product pipeline.

Spanish Fork students say why they need their mothers

05/25/2013 12:51pm
Children have a variety of needs whether it is basic such as food and water or a little more complicated like their emotional well being. A group of 2nd graders in Spanish Fork said that they need their mothers.

Mothers try to find balance between family, work

05/25/2013 1:14pm
It doesn't matter if your a working mother or a stay-at-home mom. It's a constant struggle to find balance. Two Utah women shared their experiences and what works for them.

Probe looks into strain on endangered Colorado River

05/25/2013 3:18pm
The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has scheduled a "next steps" meeting in its expansive Colorado River Basin supply and demand study. The San Diego event on Tuesday includes representatives from all seven basin states such as Utah, Colorado and Wyoming.

Human skull found during excavation at new park

05/25/2013 5:12pm
Workers have discovered a human skull during excavation at a new park in Springville.

Semitrailer tips on I-70 in Emery County

05/25/2013 6:48pm
A semitrailer carrying motorcycles on I-70 tipped over, blocking two lanes on a bridge.

Soccer ref remembered by loved ones at match

05/25/2013 6:59pm
The soccer referee who was punched and killed last month was remembered at a soccer match Saturday.

Ogden house fire causes $10K in damage

05/25/2013 7:00pm
Fire crews responded to an Ogden house fire that displaced four people early Saturday morning.

Utahn shares memories of time aboard U.S.S. Midway

05/25/2013 7:45pm
Docked off the coast of San Diego, the U.S.S. Midway hosts thousands of visitors every day. But for a volunteer, the ship is where he became a man, decades ago.

Westgate Hotel offers travelers luxurious stay

05/25/2013 9:20pm
If your budget allows a stay in a luxury hotel, look no further than the Westgate.

24-year-old killed in motorcycle crash

05/25/2013 9:32pm
A 24-year-old man died Friday night from injuries he received when the motorcycle he was riding struck a vehicle and then a tree.

Weber County man killed in officer-involved shooting

05/25/2013 10:01pm
A Weber County man is dead following an officer-involved shooting.

Bear River Massacre remains laid to rest 150 years later

05/25/2013 10:06pm
More than 150 years after a brutal massacre of Native Americans, two sets of remains from the Bear River Massacre reached their final resting place.

Murray woman injured in rollover on I-15

05/25/2013 10:09pm
A Murray woman is in critical condition after she lost control of her car and rolled off I-15 in Washington County.
 
   
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