July 6th, 2015
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08/30/2013 7:10amCrews rescued a man from the side of a cliff after he hung about 500 feet in the air for more than two hours.
08/30/2013 7:47amA man was critically injured when the motorcycle he was riding crashed in Big Cottonwood Canyon. Speed and alcohol were factors, police said.
08/30/2013 8:24amNew West Valley Police Chief Lee Russo can't take the oath of office quite yet, according to Utah law.
08/30/2013 11:41amA competency hearing for accused killer Terry Lee Black was postponed Thursday pending the outcome of a motion to have the judge in the case removed.
08/30/2013 4:06pmPolice have arrested a man accused of assaulting a person before stealing their car Thursday.
08/30/2013 5:08pmA Garden City man says a neighbor wrongfully shot his dog to death after the man found it with one of his son's pet ducks in its mouth.
08/30/2013 6:08pmPolice say they have uncovered an elaborate scam that was being carried out by a woman who worked at South Jordan sandwich shop.
08/30/2013 6:41pmThe Salt Lake City Fire Department wants Utahns to make safety a priority during Labor Day weekend.
08/30/2013 6:47pmVandals tagged two interstate signs early Friday morning. Graffiti nearly covered two of three signs on the merge from I-215 to I-80. Police fear that the graffiti could lead to a deadly crash.
08/30/2013 6:55pmA high school soccer coach has been charged with unlawful sexual activity with a 17-year-old girl.
08/30/2013 7:05pmThe Utah Highway Patrol is gearing up for a three-day DUI blitz this Labor Day weekend, the third-deadliest holiday for drivers in the state.
08/30/2013 7:21pmThe city of Ogden is bracing itself for the possibility of a water shortage. Officials are asking everyone to lower their water usage about 20 percent.
08/30/2013 7:42pmA man was cut by the propeller of a boat Friday afternoon when the driver mistakenly thought the boat was in neutral.
08/30/2013 8:16pmA World War II Veteran received an unexpected call when a soldier from overseas told him his dog tags had been found after 70 years of being missing.
08/30/2013 8:41pmA long-simmering dispute over who has the right to enforce the law in the northeastern Utah appeared to inch closer to the boiling point Friday when Ute Indian Tribe leaders called for a boycott of businesses in Roosevelt.
08/30/2013 9:04pmSeveral state lawmakers are weighing the option of giving doctors the ability to dispense the medications they prescribe right from their office.
08/30/2013 10:19pmIt's been four months since an enormous wall of dirt rumbled down the northeast section of the open-pit mine at Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine. Crews are starting to make progress in their efforts to get the mine back to full operation.
08/30/2013 10:21pmA special Utah House committee investigating Attorney General John Swallow is moving forward even as rumors suggest the U.S. Department of Justice will not file criminal charges against him.
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