July 6th, 2015
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07/25/2013 8:00amEducators say proficiency ratings are going up for students across the board in Utah. But, improvements among one demographic are outpacing other groups.
07/25/2013 9:42amThe new NSA data center in Bluffdale apparently won't hold as much data as previously thought, according to expert interpretation of blueprints obtained by Forbes.
07/25/2013 10:46amSince moving into the Pac-12, winning hasn't come as easy for the Utah football program. For that to change this upcoming season, four things need to happen.
07/25/2013 11:14amNearly three-fourths of American Latter-day Saints live in the West, and four in 10 live in Utah, new figures from the Pew Research Center show.
07/25/2013 11:28amProsecutors on Thursday will try to convince a judge to make Nathan Sloop eligible for the death penalty under Shelby's Law. Sloop is accused of murder in the death of his 4-year- old stepson.
07/25/2013 11:46amA teenager was found unconscious and a second teen was close to unconscious at their West Valley home Thursday due to carbon monoxide poisoning.
07/25/2013 11:47amIncreasingly, dads are finding themselves struggling to figure out how to "have it all" — a career and time with their families. The pressure for men to be dedicated to their job persists, but dads are working hard to make family time a priority.
07/25/2013 4:06pmPolice are asking the public to help them find a man suspected of being a peeping Tom.
07/25/2013 5:09pmA new trial date has been set for Esar Met, a Burmese man charged with the brutal killing and sexual assault of a 7-year-old neighbor girl in 2008.
07/25/2013 5:18pmA hearing about the evidence against a man accused of kidnapping, murdering and raping 6-year-old Sierra Newbold has been postponed amid questions about his mental competency.
07/25/2013 5:38pmSearch and rescue teams found Ogden resident Jerry Duran, the camper that has been missing since Wednesday.
07/25/2013 6:57pmPolice said that alcohol was a factor that led to a violent confrontation between two brothers, which resulted in one man being stabbed with a screwdriver.
07/25/2013 6:59pmA man wearing a knit cap and transparent Halloween mask robbed a South Salt Lake bank Thursday.
07/25/2013 7:09pmAn Ogden man was killed Thursday in an early morning auto- pedestrian accident, and long-time friends and neighbors said they had fears about the often busy road where the crash took place.
07/25/2013 7:31pmA Provo teacher decided to make the most of her summer months by transforming into a mermaid to continue bringing joy to children.
07/25/2013 8:26pmThe accused mountain-man burglar fired his public defender Thursday, telling the judge he wants to represent himself in court.
07/25/2013 9:01pmBureau of Land Management officials are considering actions to improve hiking safety after the summer's third fatality occurred Monday near The Wave.
07/25/2013 9:22pmMore than 1,000 people from around the world are in St. George competing in the world championship of horseshoes.
07/25/2013 9:39pmBack to school seems like it should still be weeks away, but not for thousands of students who attend year-round school.
07/25/2013 9:43pmSpeaker of the House Rebecca Lockhart announced today that the House committee to investigate Utah's Attorney General has a new chairman, Rep. Jim Dunnigan.
07/25/2013 10:06pmA 21-year-old man accused of kidnapping two women and attempting to kill one of them, after buying her breakfast, was arrested by Salt Lake City police.
07/25/2013 10:37pmIn the aftermath of a high-speed train derailment that killed at least 80 people, an 18-year-old from Bountiful is in the hospital having survived the crash. Thursday, he was released from the hospital.
07/25/2013 10:43pmLike many 12-year-old boys, Abe Tullis plays soccer and practices the piano. But unlike other kids his age, an accident thwarted Abe's health and he is lucky to be alive.
07/25/2013 10:46pmDumpster divers in Taylorsville are getting a surprise citation of theft as the city and police crack down on an activity officials say is not only stealing, but a safety issue.
07/25/2013 10:47pmRecognized recently with a bronze star, Sgt. Josh Hansen received a different recognition at a Bees game Thursday night.
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