July 1st, 2015
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09/24/2013 7:07amGetting their "bell rung" doesn't begin to describe the devastating effects concussions can have on young athletes. Skyline High senior Jack Larsen suffered three concussions in six months, and now his football career has been cut short.
09/24/2013 7:26amPolitical parties no longer face having to hold their 2014 state conventions on the day before Easter thanks to a temporary legislative fix, but Republicans still support moving the primary election date in future years.
09/24/2013 7:49amNew research might be pretty frightening for workers. It shows that layoffs may be a powerful motivator for employees who are left behind.
09/24/2013 8:23amCourt records show an unlicensed midwife charged with negligent homicide in the 2012 death of a newborn in Moab is set to accept a plea deal.
09/24/2013 8:44amFor years, Kennecott has been violating clean-air regulations by digging for more ore than allowed under a federal agreement and kicking up dust, clean-air groups planned to argue Tuesday in federal court.
09/24/2013 11:36amA car thief in Utah stole one Honda Civic this weekend and left behind an older version of the same car in its place, authorities said.
09/24/2013 12:32pmA little boy is recovering after his mom's e-cigarette exploded in the car. Forty attorneys general sent a letter to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration urging for the regulation of e-cigs like normal cigarettes.
09/24/2013 12:47pmBYU is off to another 1-2 start with the offense that continues to sputter, but coach Bronco Mendenhall isn't interested in making changes. The Cougars have been here before, and Mendenhall believes they will flourish again.
09/24/2013 1:42pmA captain with the Weber Fire District is on paid leave pending the outcome of a DUI investigation.
09/24/2013 2:01pmThe state alcohol commission denied the controversial BrewHaHa Bar and Grill a liquor license Tuesday.
09/24/2013 6:12pmThe BYU fans caught on tape hurling garbage at referees following Saturday's rivalry game against Utah could face charges, police said Tuesday.
09/24/2013 7:03pmThe remains of a body found in South Carolina three years ago were positively identified this week as a Lehi man who went missing in 2010.
09/24/2013 7:06pmThe man prosecutors say planned to carry out a mass shooting in Salt Lake City has a minor criminal history, and his last known address was a transitional home for people with mental health issues.
09/24/2013 7:07pmFor the first time in its history, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will broadcast the priesthood session of its general conference live on television and online.
09/24/2013 7:50pmInside the Westcott family's Ogden Valley home, Gladys the goose can often be seen taking a little beak-bath from a water tray. She's more comfortable indoors around humans than she is around other geese.
09/24/2013 8:15pmThe Salt Lake City Council shied away from pursuing a ban or increased regulations for carriage horses in Utah's capital city, opting instead to forward the question on to city administrators.
09/24/2013 8:29pmFor parents of young kids, now is the time to start planning Halloween costumes, picking out pumpkins and taking part of the seasonal activities Utah hosts.
09/24/2013 8:33pmAlmost a year later and on the other side of the country, federal prosecutors have indicted two men accused of robbing an Ogden jewelry store in broad daylight.
09/24/2013 9:03pmUtah County residents will soon have access to non-stop flights to Los Angeles out of the Provo Municipal Airport.
09/24/2013 10:11pmA Kenya native living in Utah said he was able to talk to one of his cousins Tuesday morning. He is still waiting for contact from two of his brothers.
09/24/2013 10:24pmA new law requires schools to tell parents if their child is bullied, but some said they think the law needs revision.
09/24/2013 10:28pmOne Copper Hills High football coach has been suspended for two games and another has been fired, according to Jordan School District officials.
09/24/2013 10:29pmCoaches at Union High School suspended the entire football team after hearing reports of cyber-bullying by players. Players had to promise to participate in planned acts of service, among other things, to earn back a chance to play.
09/24/2013 10:32pmA man was seriously injured after his motorcycle collided with a vehicle at an intersection near the Southern Utah University campus.
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