July 1st, 2015
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06/26/2013 7:39amLeaders in the Jordan School District had residents vote on a way to come up with the $1 billion needed to pay for 19 new schools and announced the results Tuesday.
06/26/2013 8:14amTracy Aviary's missing cockatoo was found Tuesday after a woman noticed a "strange bird" in her neighborhood.
06/26/2013 8:53amHow much should a wedding cost? Your perception of that may be skewed if you watch bridal reality shows on TV.
06/26/2013 10:58amLocal gay rights activists hailed the U.S. Supreme Court rulings on marriage Wednesday, while supporters of traditional marriage called the outcome disappointing.
06/26/2013 11:16amMembers of the Muslim community in Utah County broke ground for the area's first Islamic mosque, despite still being short on funds to finish the building.
06/26/2013 11:20amFederal prosecutors are seeking to delay the trial for an Uzbek national arrested in May on terrorism-related charges, calling the case too complex to argue it in court on the scheduled date early next month.
06/26/2013 3:20pmA Ukrainian man who told authorities he had been drinking heavily for 50 days before trying to open an emergency exit on a Delta Air Lines flight has been let out of jail after seven months, and his family says it can explain why he was carrying 19 passports.
06/26/2013 3:51pmProvo Police Chief Rick Gregory is stepping down to move to Ohio to be with his family.
06/26/2013 5:11pmFederal prosecutors charged 14 people in Utah on Wednesday in a major Spice manufacturing and distribution ring.
06/26/2013 8:02pmA new trial date was set Wednesday in the case of a Pleasant Grove doctor accused of killing his wife, even as defense attorneys continue to seek to have the Utah County Attorney's Office disqualified from prosecuting the case.
06/26/2013 8:34pmTwo former Utah couples and their children are giving indigenous Latin American people a chance at a better life and health by building them homesteads and educating them to farm and raise animals.
06/26/2013 8:46pmInvestigators are offering a $5,000 reward for information about who threw several Molotov cocktails into an LDS Church meetinghouse in May.
06/26/2013 10:14pmThe United States Marine Corps calls it The Crucible. It's the greatest challenge of boot camp and a culmination of the physical and mental skills the Marine recruits have learned over the last three months. It turns recruits into Marines, and leaves them exhausted, but exhilarated.
06/26/2013 10:33pmA teen who was arrested Thursday for allegedly threatening to kill people at an elementary school returned to the school Wednesday. Concerned parents want to know why he wasn't forced to leave immediately.
06/26/2013 10:54pmThe Utah Shakespeare Festival officially opens next week. This season, it's premiering "Peter and the Starcatcher," a show you can't see anywhere else except Broadway.
06/26/2013 11:09pmIt's been a long dry spell. That cliche fits Utah weather, with this month delivering just a "trace" of precipitation so far. The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said it's been dry since June 2011, and this weekend will sizzle.
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