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Archive: News / Utah (12 Stories)

Man charged with torturing, punching dog

06/15/2013 8:12am
A man was charged Friday with torture of a companion animal after his neighbor said he took pictures of him hitting his dog.

John Swallow lawyers: Impeachment proceedings not justified

06/15/2013 8:19am
Lawyers for embattled Attorney General John Swallow have sent a letter to the Utah Legislature saying impeachment proceedings against him are unwarranted.

Uninsured offered free screening from Utah Department of Health

06/15/2013 3:15pm
The Utah Department of Health will partner with various community groups and clinics to screen underserved Utahns for health risks this summer.

Utahns reenact Fort Douglas' Civil War history

06/15/2013 3:49pm
About the only inauthentic parts of Civil War reenactor Kris Larson's uniform as a 1st Sergeant in the Union Army's 1st California Infantry were the bulky casts bound with Velcro on both of his feet

Police say man slipped out of cuffs, stole patrol car

06/15/2013 5:41pm
Police say a man stole a police cruiser Saturday after being arrested for allegedly stealing another vehicle and slipping out of his handcuffs.

Layton woman holds fundraiser for in vitro fertilization

06/15/2013 6:21pm
In-vitro fertilization can be a very expensive process, with costs ranging from $10,000 to $15,000. That's why Jennifer Wilkins decided to host a fundraiser at Ellison Park Saturday for her brother and sister-in-law who need to the procedure so they can have a child.

Hayward's father right behind Jazz star each step of the way

06/15/2013 6:47pm
In the disappointing aftermath of the Utah Jazz's season-ending loss at Memphis on April 17, Gordon Hayward's smartphone buzzed with a string of late-night texts.

Crews battling several wildfires in southeastern Utah

06/15/2013 7:10pm
Several large wildfires continued to burn across the southeastern part of Utah Saturday.

KSL Family Book Festival brings reading to all

06/15/2013 7:41pm
Balloons, face painting, the smell of popcorn and the ticking sounds from a spinning prize wheel. All parts of KSL's message: Reading is fun.

Toppled apple truck leads to hospitalized motorcyclist

06/15/2013 8:14pm
A semitrailer hauling apples rolled and indirectly caused a second accident that put a motorcyclist into the hospital Saturday afternoon.

Dodge Dart will save you a speeding ticket

06/15/2013 9:29pm
The 2013 Dodge Dart has two features to keep you from getting a speeding ticket; one you'll appreciate; the other, maybe not.

Imprisoned swindler claims "shake-down" by Swallow, Shurtleff

06/15/2013 10:13pm
Attorneys for imprisoned swindler Marc Sessions Jenson filed documents Saturday afternoon claiming he is a victim of a "shake-down" by embattled Attorney General John Swallow and his predecessor, Mark Shurtleff.
 
   
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