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September 16th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (19 Stories)

Deputy accused of attacking father faces charges

07/24/2013 7:50am
The Utah Attorney General's Office has filed two misdemeanor charges against Timothy "TJ" Brewer, the Grand County sheriff's deputy accused of attacking his father, Moab Fire Chief Wesley "Corky" Brewer, on July 12.

Haggling over price unpopular but pays off, experts say

07/24/2013 9:58am
There are so many gimmicky ways to save money that it's easy to lose sight of one of the easiest: asking for a better deal. But not everyone likes to do that.

Land transaction to protect prairie dogs in Garfield County

07/24/2013 11:00am
A land transaction involving the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration and The Nature Conservancy has been finalized and the end result is hundreds of acres to help protect the Utah prairie dog in Garfield.

Police still seeking suspect in Deer Creek fire case

07/24/2013 12:29pm
Investigators are struggling to shed light on who or what started the fire that destroyed the headquarters building at Deer Creek State Park last month.

Motorcycle cop proposes to girlfriend during SLC parade

07/24/2013 1:14pm
One woman attended the annual Salt Lake City 24th of July parade expecting it to be like every other year, but she left the parade engaged.

Man arrested after cutting woman's neck, police say

07/24/2013 1:36pm
A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after cutting a woman at a Fruit Heights park Tuesday night.

2 killed, 1 injured by lightning strike near Jacob Lake

07/24/2013 2:25pm
Two people were killed and another injured after lightning struck a sightseeing area near Jacob Lake Tuesday afternoon.

Where to watch fireworks across the state for Pioneer Day

07/24/2013 3:34pm
Utah is gearing up for its annual celebration of Pioneer Day, and with that comes a lengthy list of festivities and fireworks across the state. While fireworks restrictions are still in place, that won't stop communities from celebrating.

2 in critical condition after rollover accident on U.S. 40

07/24/2013 4:50pm
Two people were flown to the hospital in critical condition Wednesday after a single vehicle rollover crash.

Teen banned from Canada after accidentally driving to border with handgun

07/24/2013 5:55pm
A 19-year-old is now banned from Canada after she and a friend drove across the border by accident.

4 teens arrested following home break-in, chase

07/24/2013 6:03pm
Police arrested four teenagers and are searching for one more. All of them are suspects in a home break-in early Wednesday morning.

PHOTOS: Thousands enjoy parade, Pioneer Day celebrations

07/24/2013 6:06pm
People across Utah are celebrating Pioneer Day with parades, concerts and fireworks. The centerpiece celebration is the KSL Days of '47 Parade in downtown Salt Lake City.

'Norman Rockwell and Scouting' exhibit comes to Salt Lake

07/24/2013 6:20pm
Norman Rockwell, the great illustrator and painter of quintessential American life, is now the subject of a special exhibition in Salt Lake.

Man arrested in connection with murder of teen at Maverik store, police say

07/24/2013 8:06pm
Investigators arrested a gang member Tuesday in connection with a killing that took place outside a Salt Lake convenience store in April.

West Valley City officials meet with Latino community to mend relations

07/24/2013 8:12pm
In the aftermath of months-long investigations of the embattled West Valley City Police Department, city officials and members of the Latino community are taking steps to repair community relations.

'Mormon gold' rich part of Utah's history, U.S. currency

07/24/2013 8:54pm
There wasn't a lot of money around in Utah in 1847. Mormon pioneers lacked cash, just like the rest of the country.

Barbecue caters to homeless as Pioneer Day closes shelters

07/24/2013 9:49pm
Hundreds of hungry people received a full meal Wednesday, thanks to some volunteers who swung into action for the 3rd Annual Barbecue for the Homeless.

Woman allegedly taken against will; multi-county chase ensues

07/24/2013 10:07pm
Two people are in custody after allegedly taking a woman against her will and assaulting her.

2 mothers charged with neglect for leaving children home alone

07/24/2013 10:22pm
Two women charged with leaving small children home alone prompts Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill to ask parents to seek help and assistance in child care needs.
 
   
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