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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

Alaskan to answer charge for 1993 Utah murder

07/19/2013 7:18am
A man recently extradited from Alaska is headed to court for the 20-year-old murder of a woman who was attacked at an Ogden retirement home.

Former WVC officer charged with drug possession and theft

07/19/2013 7:34am
A former West Valley City police officer could go to prison if convicted of drug possession, for allegedly stealing pain pills from a man who died.

Love raises $475K for 2014 rematch with Matheson

07/19/2013 7:58am
Republican Mia Love raised $475,000 during the past three months for a 2014 rematch with Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson, who raised $257,422.

Blog post sparks debate about mandatory education

07/19/2013 8:17am
Utah education officials say a state lawmaker's idea to scrap the state's compulsory education law would put already-vulnerable students further at risk.

Racing with Passion inspired by parents, designed by a runner

07/19/2013 9:46am
Stephanie Anderson enjoyed a lifetime of fitness and now runs her own racing company because her parents got her involved in triathlons when she was a teenager.

Parents, teens who interact on social media are closer in real life

07/19/2013 11:44am
Parents who comment, like and retweet their teen's posts aren't always invasive or embarrassing. A recent study shows parents who interact with their teens on social media are more connected in real life.

Ex-seminary teacher pleads guilty to lesser charge in painkillers case

07/19/2013 2:30pm
Brian Dean Thacker was charged in June with burglary but pleaded guilty to criminal trespass this week.

Chair of Utah House AG probe could have conflict

07/19/2013 2:47pm
The new chair of a legislative committee investigating Utah Attorney General John Swallow says he hopes to have a first meeting soon, but a potential conflict of interest may cause him to step aside.

Moochie's owner pleads for return of 'Meatball Madonna'

07/19/2013 4:08pm
The owner of popular downtown sandwich shop Moochie's Meatballs and More is asking for information about the theft of their mascot and statue, the "Meatball Madonna," which was discovered stolen Wednesday.

Man killed in Juab County crash identified

07/19/2013 5:50pm
Juab County officials have identified the 59-year-old man killed in a rollover accident on Nebo Loop Road Thursday afternoon as Michael V. Wilkins, of Orem.

Motorist dies in single-vehicle crash along Mountain View Corridor

07/19/2013 7:24pm
Police are investigating a single-vehicle crash on the Mountain View Corridor that left one man dead Friday.

Woman facing felony charges after allegedly posing as a nurse

07/19/2013 7:29pm
An Elwood woman is facing felony charges in two counties stemming from allegations that she used a nursing license that didn't belong to her to get jobs.

Man barricades wife, child in home for hours in SWAT standoff

07/19/2013 7:58pm
Police are wrapping up an investigation after a man barricaded himself, his wife and 3-month-old child in their home for several hours Friday.

Photos taken of Earth from Saturn spacecraft

07/19/2013 8:32pm
Millions of people around the world stood outside, looked up at the sky and waved at a camera that is 898 million miles away on Friday. It's an event that NASA has dubbed "The First Interplanetary Photobomb."

Water restrictions causing farmers to sacrifice certain crops to save others

07/19/2013 8:34pm
Water restrictions may be affecting your lawn, but this year's drought is hitting local farmers even harder.

Myton rancher loses 2K tons of hay in fire; suspects arson

07/19/2013 8:37pm
A third-generation Duchesne County rancher believes someone intentionally set fire to the 2,000 tons of hay he planned to feed his cows this coming winter. The Utah State Fire Marshal's Office has been called in to investigate.

Recovering addict applauds massive heroin bust

07/19/2013 8:40pm
A Utah woman recovering from heroin addiction is among those applauding a massive drug bust that led to the seizure of 90 pounds of heroin.

Orem man arrested on suspicion of killing wife to claim insurance, police say

07/19/2013 8:49pm
Conrad Truman gave police several explanations of how his wife Heidy was shot in the head last September, but now police have arrested him and he has been charged him with murder.

Boy with rare chromosomal disease remembered as 'magnet of joy'

07/19/2013 9:20pm
The family of an inspiring boy who died after a three-year fight with a rare chromosomal disease is remembering their son, Paxton Norton, as a miracle child.

Woman pulls over to open camper door, propane tank explodes

07/19/2013 9:44pm
Cache County crews are responding to a propane tank explosion that happened after a woman opened her camper door.

Family of boy killed by bear supported by Utah Supreme Court ruling

07/19/2013 11:05pm
The state's high court ruled Friday that the state of Utah had a duty to the family of a 11-year-old boy who was killed by a bear in 2007 because the state had taken specific action at the campsite after an earlier attack.

Steve Miller talks Tour of Utah, Lance Armstrong and racing

07/19/2013 11:06pm
The Tour de France wraps up on Sunday and in a matter of weeks many of those riders will be coming this way for an all-new Tour of Utah, replacing the Alps with the Arches.

Parents, police look for answers in death of Spanish Fork teen hit by car

07/19/2013 11:06pm
Police have offered a $5,000 reward to find out what happened in the hit and run death of a Spanish Fork teenager, but so far no one has given information.

Salt Lake Bees invite cast members of 'The Sandlot' to game, screening

07/19/2013 11:39pm
Baseball fans will experience an evening of nostalgia Friday, as the Bees follow a game with a screening of "The Sandlot."
 
   
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