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April 19th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Teens taken into police custody for shooting Airsoft guns

07/08/2013 7:48am
Two groups of teens could wake up in a lot of trouble after a state trooper saw one group allegedly shoot at the other.

Furloughs at Hill Air Force Base begin this week

07/08/2013 8:22am
Government-mandated furloughs of nearly 11,000 civilian employees at Hill Air Force Base in Utah will begin this week, and officials say it will mean a $54 million hit to the local economy.

Lightning hits house, starts fire

07/08/2013 8:36am
Lightning struck the wooden turret atop a two-story house near Ogden and caused a fire in an upstairs room.

6 stories you missed this weekend

07/08/2013 8:49am
We've put together a few of the bigger stories from the weekend that you may have missed. Click the headlines to read the full story.

Utah women urge girls to pursue STEM education

07/08/2013 10:14am
A new study finds Utah culture and unintentional negative messages aimed at women contribute to the low percentage of Utah college women enrolled in STEM education. Miss Black Utah 2013 Thelina Smith is a biomedical engineering student because of a good mentor.

Ask a cop: Detectives trying to get on the same page

07/08/2013 11:01am
Have you ever wanted to ask a cop a question but have either been too scared or had warrants? Well now is your chance through the safety of the Internet. Today, Officer Anonymous talks about the Utah Violent Crimes Conference.

Avoiding the summer boredom blues

07/08/2013 11:20am
"I'm bored" or "There's nothing to do" may be common complaints parents hear during the summer, but counselors say there could be deeper issues underneath the boredom facade.

Police find Vernal man dead in apartment, investigating as homicide

07/08/2013 3:38pm
A man was found dead in a Vernal apartment after police and medical personnel were dispatched to the residence July 6.

5 local camping spots to enjoy this summer

07/08/2013 4:39pm
Utah is home to five national parks — meaning we have a lot of beautiful scenery around the state. If you haven't taken the opportunity to try a new, scenic camping area this summer, here is a list of five.

Police investigating after body found in Big Cottonwood Creek

07/08/2013 5:09pm
Police are investigating after a passer-by spotted a body Monday in Big Cottonwood Creek.

2 men injured in helicopter crash near Tibble Fork Reservoir

07/08/2013 5:47pm
Two men have been flown to a hospital after being rescued from the site of a helicopter crash near American Fork Canyon Monday.

Water line break floods Murray streets

07/08/2013 6:22pm
A water line in a Murray neighborhood burst Monday evening, sending water shooting up into the air and flooding the street.

Planet Play bought out, dropped from Pass of All Passes

07/08/2013 7:01pm
What was a draw for many families with the Pass of All Passes is no longer in business and is causing confusion among pass holders

More than 100 Riverton baseball teams affected by field demolition

07/08/2013 7:19pm
As baseball fields are torn up and 1,700 players are left without a place to pay, parents and baseball players say the City of Riverton has kept them out of the loop.

Mother who lost custody, 2 others arrested in girl's kidnapping

07/08/2013 7:51pm
Three people are in a Wyoming jail, accused of kidnapping an 8-year-old Utah girl from a summer camp operated by the Granite School District.

Police shoot out tires, use K-9 to capture fugitive

07/08/2013 7:57pm
A suspected criminal is off the streets after police shot out the tires of a truck he was in, hoping to stop an already tense situation from escalating.

Woods Cross neighbors concerned about firearms sales from a home

07/08/2013 8:52pm
Tuesday members of the Woods Cross Planning Commission will consider Tyler Murri's request to sell firearms from his Woods Cross home.

Rare Carl Bloch pieces to debut in BYU Museum of Art exhibit

07/08/2013 9:03pm
The BYU Museum of Art announced a new exhibition of religious art on Monday, and many of the pieces have never been seen in North America.

After toddler's death, UHP warns of improperly hitched trailers

07/08/2013 10:16pm
Every time you tow a trailer, there are a couple of essentials. A properly placed pin can mean the difference between life and death. One Minnesota man and his daughter lost their lives to a runaway trailer.

'Miracle' keeps Utah student alive after Ecuador bus crash

07/08/2013 10:35pm
Laramie Riggs is a "guiding light" to those around her, her family says, and it was her strong faith and "a miracle" that kept her alive when the bus she was travelling on through Ecuador crashed Saturday.
 
   
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