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December 17th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

Fan blamed for house fire

09/09/2013 7:31am
A family of six is out of their home following an early-morning fire that left their house uninhabitable.

Talking to spouse about retirement often overlooked

09/09/2013 8:26am
When it comes to your retirement, you can talk to planners and experts. But recent studies show you need to talk to your spouse to make sure you're working toward the same goal.

Does employer legally owe you a lunch break? Probably not

09/09/2013 9:15am
Studies show the longer employees work in one stretch, the less efficient they become. So, are workers legally entitled to a 15 minute break or a half-hour lunch?

5 stories you may have missed this weekend

09/09/2013 9:51am
We've put together a few of the bigger stories from the weekend that you may have missed.

10 Utah destinations for dinosaur lovers

09/09/2013 11:02am
Utah is one of the best places in the United States for dinosaur lovers to find fossils, both in museums and in nature. Here are some of the best places to find dinosaurs throughout the state of Utah.

James Taylor teams up with Mormon Tabernacle Choir

09/09/2013 11:15am
It took a while for it to happen, but James Taylor has finally teamed up with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on stage.

Case of allegedly missing Oklahoma City bombing video to go to trial

09/09/2013 3:01pm
A Salt Lake attorney who contends the FBI is hiding surveillance video from the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing might see his case go trial.

Man killed in crash on I-80

09/09/2013 3:25pm
A 72-year-old man was killed in a single- vehicle accident Monday afternoon off I-80 near East Canyon.

Judge deems man competent in church shooting case

09/09/2013 4:20pm
Charles Richard Jennings, charged with attempted murder in the shooting of his father- in-law, was declared competent to stand trial on Monday.

Names released of 2 boys found shot in Murray home

09/09/2013 5:44pm
They were best friends who had known each other since the fourth grade and they lived right across the street from each other.

Man ruled competent in infant son's death

09/09/2013 6:43pm
Joshua David Petersen, 22, is competent to stand trial, a 4th District Court judge ruled Monday.

Man chases home-run, saves a life

09/09/2013 6:46pm
A Logan man was at the right place at the right time. During a softball game Wednesday, after retrieving a home run ball during a softball game, Bart Griffiths found a man in a motorized wheelchair, face down in an irrigation ditch.

AJ's Kwik Mart owner gets probation for $1.3M food stamp fraud

09/09/2013 7:21pm
One of the owners of a downtown convenience store accused of illegally redeeming $1.3 million in federally subsidized food benefits for cash received probation Monday.

McDonald's employee staged robbery, police say

09/09/2013 7:23pm
A restaurant employee who claimed she was robbed has been arrested for allegedly working with three other people to stage the crime.

Mail-in ballot asks about corporate right to political speech

09/09/2013 7:26pm
Salt Lake City residents recently received a mail-in ballot that asked if they believe corporations have the same constitutional rights as individuals for political speech.

Accused killer wants judge to toss guilty plea from rape case

09/09/2013 7:52pm
A Fort Duchesne man who has been sentenced to serve at least 25 years in prison for the beating and rape of a Vernal woman wants a judge to toss out his guilty plea in the case.

Organizers praise over-the-top success of Utah's first Comic Con

09/09/2013 8:11pm
Utah's first foray into the world of comic books and geekdom was a success, judging by the number of people who crammed into the Salt Palace Convention Center over the weekend.

Utah business leaders seek for trade opportunities with Latin countries

09/09/2013 8:30pm
Utah and Peru have had a business relationship since 1915, and Utah business leaders are hoping to build on that foundation through established trade missions.

Heavy rains, debris close Timpanogos Cave trail

09/09/2013 8:51pm
After spending the day clearing debris and cleaning out a large "rock trap" that was filled by the weekend's heavy rains, crews hope to reopen trails to Timpanogos Cave sometime Tuesday.

Victim of fatal Roy shooting identified

09/09/2013 9:38pm
Police have arrested one man in connection with a fatal shooting at a house party over the weekend.

Driver follows GPS, gets semitrailer stuck in Butterfield Canyon

09/09/2013 9:55pm
Police and engineers with heavy equipment saved a loaded semitrailer from potential disaster Monday at the top of Butterfield Canyon.

Angry residents plan rally after video of Stericycle pollution surfaces

09/09/2013 10:10pm
Neighbors in North Salt Lake say it's tough to breathe when a local medical waste facility burns material and sends harmful chemicals into the air. They're prepping for a rally at the state Capitol this week as new concerning video surfaces.

4-year-old in critical condition after being run over

09/09/2013 10:26pm
A 4-year-old West Valley City girl was in critical condition after she was run over by a car pulling into a driveway in Woods Cross.

Doctor charged after viewing child pornography at work

09/09/2013 10:34pm
A doctor has been arrested and charged with viewing child pornography at work.
 
   
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