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April 21st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (12 Stories)

Utah to get concrete section of World Trade Center for 9/11 memorial

07/20/2013 9:55am
Organizers are working to bring a piece of the World Trade Center foundation to Utah as part of a planned memorial at Fort Douglass.

Orem police turn to Pinterest to catch criminals

07/20/2013 10:26am
Pinterest isn't just for recipes, fashion and DIY projects; police across the country are using it to catch criminals, including Utah's own Orem Police Department.

Man found guilty of killing ex-wife's boyfriend gets prison sentence

07/20/2013 11:21am
A man convicted of murder in the 2010 shooting death of his ex-wife's boyfriend was sentenced to prison Friday.

Police investigate whether same masked man robbed 2 banks

07/20/2013 12:02pm
Police are investigating the possibility that a man who robbed a South Salt Lake bank Thursday is also responsible for a robbery in Salt Lake City last week.

DWR proposes cheaper youth fishing license, other changes

07/20/2013 4:51pm
The state Division of Wildlife Resources has proposed changes to fishing licenses.

Rancher sues Forest Service for damages in 2003 fire

07/20/2013 5:38pm
A prescribed fire that erupted into a wildfire nearly a decade ago in Summit County has now become the basis of a lawsuit. A rancher says the Forest Service deviated from its own policies and was inadequately prepared, harming his ranching operation.

Months after Willard Bay oil spill, campground opens

07/20/2013 6:44pm
The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation flung open the gates at the Willard Bay North Campground and Marina, months after a diesel fuel leak from a pipeline left the area idled. A risk assessment says the area is safe for the public to return.

Youths kick off Pioneer Day celebrations with parade

07/20/2013 6:45pm
The 2013 Days of '47 Union Pacific Youth Parade kicked off days of pioneer-themed activities as part of the "Celebrating Utah" initiative, pioneered by the Days of '47 committee.

Man put under citizen's arrest for alleged death threats

07/20/2013 10:31pm
A man allegedly making death threats and showing aggression toward other campers in Provo Canyon was put under citizen's arrest Saturday morning.

Boy Scouts, 2 others missing near Kings Peak located

07/20/2013 10:36pm
Two Boy Scouts who went missing in the High Uintas Friday afternoon were located Saturday afternoon.

2 women killed in I-80 crash identified

07/20/2013 10:37pm
Two women were killed in a car crash near Coalville Saturday afternoon.

Raptors honor Emilie Parker, raise money for foundation

07/20/2013 10:48pm
The Ogden Raptors and fans will celebrate the life of Utah native Emilie Parker, one of the 20 children killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Connecticut, at a Pink the Park game Saturday, July 20, to raise money for her organization
 
   
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