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October 21st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (11 Stories)

A tribute to dads for Father's Day

06/16/2013 7:59am
Father's Day is here, and this short video reminds us of why we celebrate this special day.

Brigham City councilwoman files report against mayor, alleges assault

06/16/2013 8:35am
Councilwoman Ruth Jensen has filed a police report, alleging Mayor Dennis Fife assaulted her by grabbing her arm during a heated argument after a meeting.

Sunday Edition: Immigration reform, Heber Unplugged and the NSA revelations

06/16/2013 9:00am
In this Sunday Edition, Utah's immigrant youth speak out in favor of immigration reform and we'll get their take on the debate in Washington. Plus, a Utah community unites to unplug and turn on life. See how the program is helping kids enjoy unique summer activities. And in honor of Father's Day a closer look at their important roles and a special tribute.

UTA giving Utahns incentive to 'Ride Clear'

06/16/2013 10:44am
The air can get bad up and down the Wasatch Front during the dog days of summer, so in an effort to cut down on pollution from automobiles, the Utah Transit Authority and Zions Bank have teamed up on a new program called Ride Clear.

Provo mulls tax hike, utility fees to fund road maintenance

06/16/2013 12:09pm
Provo administrators are proposing a 2 percent property tax increase to sustain a road maintenance plan.

Goldman Sachs bets on SLC early education program

06/16/2013 3:58pm
Goldman Sachs plans to announce this week that it will finance an early education program in Utah - and it expects to make money on the venture.

Governor wants nominations for Utah State School Board seat

06/16/2013 6:17pm
Gov. Gary R. Herbert is seeking nominees for District 6 of the Utah State School Board.

Man shot at Ogden church; suspect arrested after manhunt

06/16/2013 7:59pm
A man is in police custody following a frantic manhunt. He's accused of shooting his father-in-law in the head during mass at St. James Catholic Church in Ogden.

Utah gas prices on the rise in June

06/16/2013 8:37pm
All metro areas in Utah are registering price increases, ranging from 8 cents to 40 cents per gallon in some areas, according to the latest AAA gas price survey.

2 back up extortion claims against Swallow, Shurtleff as impeachment looms

06/16/2013 9:20pm
Two former employees of imprisoned businessman Marc Session Jenson back up their boss' claims against A.G. John Swallow and former A.G. Mark Shurtleff in sworn statements included in weekend court filing.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir heads to Midwest for summer tour

06/16/2013 10:15pm
Every two years, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square take their talents on the road for a tour. There are concerts and "Music and the Spoken Word" on the road. This summer, the choir is sweeping the Midwest with rave reviews.
 
   
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