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December 27th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Report shows inmates, fugitives receive welfare

07/09/2013 8:27am
A new report says hundreds of Utah fugitives and inmates are receiving public assistance despite generally being barred from receiving those benefits.

Officers break window to arrest motorist

07/09/2013 8:48am
Officers broke a car window to arrest a woman who they said was driving at speeds of 100 mph early Tuesday morning.

Logan man pleads guilty in horse starving case

07/09/2013 10:03am
A Logan man accused of not feeding, watering or sheltering his horses during the winter months has pleaded guilty to 25 counts of animal cruelty.

Sea lion with cancer dies at Hogle Zoo

07/09/2013 12:25pm
Salt Lake City zookeepers say a popular California sea lion has died a few days after staff members noticed he'd lost interest in eating and training.

Woman drops money after allegedly robbing bank

07/09/2013 1:56pm
Two men who claimed they came across cash lying on the ground, were arrested for investigation of obstruction of justice following a bank robbery.

Bear climbs median, crosses freeway in Morgan County

07/09/2013 3:30pm
A young black bear scaled a fence and crossed I-84 south of the Devil's Slide rock formation in Morgan County Monday evening.

Report released on crash that killed South Jordan man

07/09/2013 3:40pm
Authorities have released a preliminary report on a Utah County plane crash in June that left a passenger dead and a pilot injured.

10 of the best places to get a sugar cookie in Utah

07/09/2013 3:49pm
If you like the idea of celebrating National Sugar Cookie Day as much as we do, we've compiled a list of the best 10 places in Utah for you to do so.

Police identify body found in Big Cottonwood Creek

07/09/2013 4:02pm
Police say they do not believe the body of a man found in Big Cottonwood Creek on Monday died as a result of foul play.

SLC tax hike up for public comment Tuesday evening

07/09/2013 5:19pm
Property taxes are going up in Salt Lake City, on top of the increases already in place in the Salt Lake School district and in Salt Lake County.

Man responsible for bombing, deadly standoff released from prison

07/09/2013 8:34pm
The man responsible for a 13-day standoff that led to a corrections officer's death 25 years ago was released from the Sanpete County Jail Tuesday.

Jogger finds baby left alone in stroller in SLC

07/09/2013 8:38pm
Salt Lake City police say a woman out for a morning jog stumbled upon a 2-month-old baby all alone on the sidewalk.

Friends, family prepare for return of U. student injured in Ecuador

07/09/2013 8:43pm
Family members and friends gathered Tuesday to create messages of encouragement to greet a University of Utah student critically injured in a bus crash in Ecuador.

VIDEO: Man escapes handcuffs, steals Riverdale police car

07/09/2013 8:45pm
Riverdale Police have released footage from a dashcam video of a man who stole a patrol car in June.

Mother fighting to stop distracted driving after losing 2 daughters in crash

07/09/2013 8:48pm
Kim Schlau lost her two eldest daughters after a trooper responding to a crash hit their car five years ago. These days, Schlau travels around the country sharing her message of safety to those who are sworn to serve and protect.

Thieves steal AC units from West Jordan church

07/09/2013 8:50pm
Members of a small West Jordan church are now hoping for a miracle. Thieves stole four air conditioning units from the building where members of Victory Baptist Church.

Whole Foods recalls cheese possibly contaminated with Listeria

07/09/2013 9:38pm
Whole Foods Market recalled Crave Brothers cheese Monday because of a possible bacterial contamination.

Fire destroys two Tooele homes

07/09/2013 9:50pm
Two houses were destroyed Tuesday when a fire in one home spread so fast it caught the neighbor's house as well.

Woods Cross man can sell guns from home, commission says

07/09/2013 9:58pm
Several in the packed room applauded Tuesday as, one by one, a group of Ty Murri's neighbors approached the Woods Cross Planning Commission with concerns about Murri's desire to sell guns from his home.

Sorenson Communications to cut department that aids deaf community

07/09/2013 10:12pm
Dozens of Utahns will lose their jobs and many others will be affected when Sorenson Communications cuts their Internet Protocal Relay department.
 
   
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