July 4th, 2015
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09/18/2013 6:43amTonia Tewell took in a family fleeing a polygamist community in 2008, and after working to help find the parents good jobs and schools and clothes for the children, Tewell realized there was a greater need for help than what she and her family could provide.
09/18/2013 7:01amA man is in critical condition after being shocked by a power line in Park City.
09/18/2013 7:26amEven though the list of potential lieutenant governor candidates talked about on Capitol Hill keeps getting longer, Gov. Gary Herbert may not be looking outside of his own office.
09/18/2013 8:03amA man accused of whipping his two stepsons with an electrical cord in South Salt Lake was not arrested. The children are not in protective custody, either.
09/18/2013 8:22amAn audit of Utah's Division of Adult Probation and Parole revealed inconsistencies across the state of what will get offenders sent to prison, a problem that is costing Utah millions of dollars.
09/18/2013 9:42amPriceline allows customers to bid on airline tickets and see if their offer gets accepted. Now there's a Priceline of sorts for appliances, cameras, electronics, even musical instruments.
09/18/2013 10:05amLast week, I had the chance to participate in a community service project with many of my coworkers at United Way's Day of Caring. A few days later, headlines turned to the anniversary of Lehman Brother's bankruptcy in 2008. While these two experiences are very different, they caused me to reflect upon the connections that exist among us and the roles that we play in determining how vibrant our community will remain.
09/18/2013 10:29amThe wilderness fugitive accused of burglarizing remote cabins across a wide area of Utah is set to make his first plea from one of the six counties that have stacked charges against him.
09/18/2013 11:48amTwo insurance companies sued the Army to recover $1.3 million in claims paid as a result of the 2010 Machine Gun Fire in Herriman.
09/18/2013 12:11pmAs crazy as it sounds, the rivalry game means more to BYU than it does to Utah. Although the BYU game certainly is important to the Utes, one former BYU coach believes their season will be judged by the outcomes against Pac-12 opponents.
09/18/2013 1:36pmThe U.S. Department of Labor announced it has reached a settlement with Agapito Associates, the engineering consulting firm that did the analysis on the roof control and pillar safety plan at Crandall Canyon. The government said it was flawed.
09/18/2013 2:06pmIt's Rivalry Week, which means tensions are high and everyone is a little on edge. To take off that edge here are five sports-movie rivalries that are perfect metaphors for the BYU-Utah game that you should give a watch.
09/18/2013 5:03pmA man who allegedly decided to let his pit bull and the neighbor's pit bull work out their differences by dog fighting, has been charged.
09/18/2013 5:44pmA death outside an American Fork bar last year prompted a state lawmaker to propose that the state require barkeepers to undergo CPR training.
09/18/2013 6:17pmAn initiative petition drive that would replace the state's unique caucus and convention system for selecting political party nominees was launched Wednesday at the state Capitol.
09/18/2013 6:24pmA Utah Adult Probation and Parole officer, who also became an accomplished photographer, was killed Wednesday in a motorcycle accident.
09/18/2013 6:25pmUtah Highway Patrol troopers recovered a 5-month-old Arizona girl who was reported to have been kidnapped by her father when they stopped the man's car four miles over the state line on I-15.
09/18/2013 7:09pmAn 11-month-old Layton girl suffering from possible shaken baby syndrome has died.
09/18/2013 7:18pmThe Green and Healthy Homes Initiative in Salt Lake County is working to eliminate toxic lead- based paint in homes.
09/18/2013 7:40pmFresh apples are in abundance during the fall months. If you are looking for a way to maximize apple-picking season this year, take a look at these five ways to preserve the tastiness of nature's favorite candy.
09/18/2013 7:52pmOne by one, the pinyon and juniper trees growing on federally managed lands in Dry Fork Canyon are coming down. Not all of them. Just large swaths here and there to create fire breaks.
09/18/2013 8:10pmThe excuse for not wearing a seat belt that an air bag alone will save them in a crash is completely false, experts say.
09/18/2013 8:54pmThe Salt Lake City Police Department's Bike Squad is looking for a few good riders.
09/18/2013 9:11pmMembers of the Education Interim Committee discussed professional development and teacher training Wednesday.
09/18/2013 10:22pmPolice said they believe a man beat his ex-girlfriend and her three children and partially shaved the head of a 3-year-old girl.
09/18/2013 10:41pmGathering evidence at a crime scene is key to solving a case, and Dixie State University now offers a digital forensics course to focus on finding evidence on cellphones.
09/18/2013 10:44pmA series of 911 calls released Wednesday paint a picture of confusion and fear in a quiet Draper neighborhood on the morning Sgt. Derek Johnson was shot and killed.
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