July 5th, 2015
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06/19/2013 7:31amA Riverton man is facing one count of aggravated abuse of a vulnerable adult after police say he neglected his bedridden wife to the point she needed hospital care.
06/19/2013 7:41amA teenager who got lost and sick while hiking in American Fork Canyon is home safe after an early-morning search and rescue operation.
06/19/2013 7:47amA Salt Lake City woman is facing animal cruelty charges after police say she killed her dog by spraying insecticide down its throat.
06/19/2013 8:50amStories of seemingly nice teens committing horrible acts of violence have been in the news a lot lately. Are there any specific warning signs parents should be looking for?
06/19/2013 9:55amPeople in the business of attaching long, fluttery artificial eyelashes for women are warning customers to make sure their technician is licensed and trained.
06/19/2013 11:03amIn a world that is not short on opinions, there are voices of pessimism and voices of optimism. Such opinions are then blasted out to the public via powerful channels of rapid communication. However, the reality of most situations usually lies somewhere between extremes. Adding to the confusion lately is the fact that after the worst financial crisis and recession since the 1930s, we're in unfamiliar territory.
06/19/2013 11:20amAtheists, Mormons and Jews are among the highest-scoring groups on a Pew survey of religious knowledge. Mormons were the most knowledgeable about Christianity and the Bible, while atheists and agnostics knew the most about world religions.
06/19/2013 11:57amAfter learning a child of a dear friend had a failing heart, Dallas Graham was faced with an onerous question: "What can I do? Well, what can you do when a child is facing death?"
06/19/2013 12:48pmThe 911 call reporting the Sunday shooting at the St. James Catholic Church in Ogden has been released.
06/19/2013 3:50pmA lavish Salt Lake City shopping center is on track to generate $266 million in sales in its first year of operation, tax figures released Wednesday show.
06/19/2013 6:03pmThe Wednesday's Child of the week is an ambitious teenage boy with dreams of one day building and opening his own restaurant.
06/19/2013 7:05pmThe debate over whether or not to impeach embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow spilled over into the Capitol rotunda Wednesday, with demonstrators trying to give lawmakers a nudge.
06/19/2013 7:37pmShould Utah launch a national registry for putative fathers? Should access to adoption records be expanded? The Utah Legislature's Health and Human Services Interim Committee weighed the risks and benefits of both on Wednesday.
06/19/2013 8:08pmThe first national study of its kind done by the Harvard School of Public Health links high air pollution levels to babies born with autism. That is a concern to the Utah Autism Coalition and clean air advocates.
06/19/2013 8:32pmA North Dakota woman overcame meth addiction thanks to family support and running. She will run the Wasatch Back Ragnar Relay to celebrate her sobriety and honor her late brother.
06/19/2013 9:12pmThe Bonneville Cutthroat trout, which is almost on the endangered list, is being re-introduced to the waters of Millcreek Canyon. But first, the non-native fish must go.
06/19/2013 9:36pmMayor Ralph Becker voiced concern for Salt Lake City's poorest residents Wednesday before vetoing the City Council's 2013-14 budget and its accompanying 13.8 percent tax increase.
06/19/2013 10:07pmA judge in Nevada has ruled against federal prosecutors who sought to delay the civil case against Jeremy Johnson and other iWorks defendants, paving the way for testimony that could involve Utah Attorney General John Swallow.
06/19/2013 10:29pmMarine Corps boot camp is grueling — physically, mentally and emotionally. The three-month grind breeds a reputation as one of the toughest challenges a human can endure.
06/19/2013 10:38pmA 71-year-old midwife, who had had her certification revoked years earlier, was charged with negligent homicide for the 2012 death of a newborn she helped deliver.
06/19/2013 11:02pmLehi is dangerously close to running out of drinking water, so the city has imposed watering restrictions on its 12,000 households. But Lehi isn't the only Utah city facing a water shortage problem.
06/19/2013 11:12pmUtah lawmakers have voted to launch an investigation about allegations surrounding Attorney General John Swallow. But the decision fell short of the dramatic step of impeachment many are calling for.
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