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September 16th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

DWR: Bowhunting could help control deer population in Highland

07/18/2013 7:37am
Bowhunting is a sport usually seen only at indoor ranges or in designated hunting areas. But Highland City is proposing bows and arrows be used in city limits to help with the urban deer population.

Things to consider before getting a student loan

07/18/2013 7:45am
Financial counselors say there are things they wish students knew before they got any kind of financial aid.

Utah man reminisces on strength of Mandela's leadership

07/18/2013 8:21am
Hundreds of people are singing and dancing around a South African hospital right now, celebrating the birthday of former South African President Nelson Mandela. A South African man who lives in Utah is celebrating here at home.

Jazz can finally say they are legitimately trying to win a championship

07/18/2013 10:20am
With a common-sense approach, new general manager Dennis Lindsey is leading the Jazz to make the right moves that could take them to winning an NBA title.

Governor recovering after skin cancer treatment

07/18/2013 12:46pm
Gov. Gary Herbert is recovering from treatment for skin cancer, his office said Thursday.

Man pleads guilty in 2010 slaying in St. George

07/18/2013 2:27pm
For the second time in as many months, a St. George man has admitted to his part in causing the death of another.

Opt-in program confuses some Rocky Mountain Power customers

07/18/2013 2:39pm
As temperatures hit near 100 degrees, air conditioning repair workers are keeping busy but sometimes the calls they opted into an energy saving program.

Police seize 90 pounds of heroin, arrest 17

07/18/2013 4:51pm
A monthslong investigation has resulted in what law enforcers are calling one of the biggest heroin busts in Utah history.

Hot temperatures mean hard times for wild horses

07/18/2013 5:02pm
Extended hot temperatures in Utah's West Desert have become a threat to the Utah's wild horse population.

Utahns celebrate 20 years of 'The Sandlot'

07/18/2013 5:28pm
Twenty years after "The Sandlot" debuted in theaters, the director of the film says people still tell him how much they loved the film. As he arrived back in Utah to commemorate the film's anniversary, the neighborhood in which the iconic field sits is planning a celebration of their own.

Police search for bank robbery suspect

07/18/2013 5:38pm
South Salt Lake Police were looking for a suspected bank robber Thursday.

Offer made for purchase of bankrupt Lehi Roller Mills

07/18/2013 5:53pm
Longtime Utah business Lehi Roller Mills, currently in bankruptcy, has an offer for purchase in hand and is entertaining more bids.

1 injured, 1 dead in Juab County accident

07/18/2013 6:25pm
A 16-year-old boy was hospitalized and his 59-year-old father is dead after their car went off a switchback Thursday.

Obesity during pregnancy increases risks to baby, doctors say

07/18/2013 6:48pm
Pregnancy isn't easy for moms. But being pregnant and obese is hard on mom and the baby.

Jones Hole Trail remains closed after large rockslide

07/18/2013 7:36pm
It's been a month since a rock slide forced the closure of the popular Jones Hole Trail in Dinosaur National Monument, but Monument officials still don't know when the trail will reopen.

Woman arrested for making good on threatening texts, police say

07/18/2013 8:01pm
Provo Police have arrested a woman who made good on threats she sent through a series of text messages.

Missing hiker located in good condition

07/18/2013 8:45pm
A 51-year-old man who had been missing since Sunday was located in good health Thursday.

Guadalupe School receives more than $2M in donations for new building

07/18/2013 9:02pm
Guadalupe School has provided educational support to disadvantaged children and non- English speaking adults for more than 40 years. Now it's one big step closer to a brand new building that will help them serve many more people.

Police looking for man and woman who robbed store at gunpoint

07/18/2013 9:47pm
Police are looking for the man and woman they say robbed a small South Salt Lake business at gunpoint Thursday afternoon.

Head of Swallow investigation may have conflict-of-interest in case

07/18/2013 10:14pm
The legislative committee investigating Utah Attorney General John Swallow is only one-day old and already there's concern over one of its leaders.

Police search for missing teen

07/18/2013 10:29pm
A teen with medical issues is missing in Salt Lake City and has been without her medication since Tuesday. She was last seen at City Creek mall.

Boy with autism finds unique way to communicate through drawings

07/18/2013 10:33pm
Autism is often thought of as a disability. But one Utah mom says the disorder actually gave her son Garrett an incredible ability.

3-year-old with rare chromosome condition dies

07/18/2013 10:48pm
A boy who defied the odds every day of his life and inspired people across the world died Thursday.

Barn fire overtakes outbuildings, camping trailers

07/18/2013 10:57pm
A fire that started in a vacant barn burned another barn, several other outbuildings and camper trailers along with it Thursday.
 
   
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