July 1st, 2015
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10/02/2013 6:58amIf you're in legal trouble and can't afford an attorney, the court will appoint you one. But if it's a civil matter you're on your own.
10/02/2013 8:34amCity officials in Provo adopted a major rule change Tuesday night which they hope will help end the practice of predatory towing.
10/02/2013 9:19am"You're in a bucket and you're on blades." That's how one member of Team USA describes the paralympic sport of sled hockey.
10/02/2013 10:00amAn Idaho man has died in a crash of a pickup truck driven by a Utah man near Fairbanks, Alaska.
10/02/2013 10:34amKeenan Thompson was sentenced to serve up to 15 years in prison for stabbing a man to death because the man had kicked his girlfriend's 15-year-old cousin out of the party for being underage.
10/02/2013 10:55amAn ambitious water-treatment project two decades in the making becomes operational Tuesday, with officials celebrating the completion of a unique process that will amplify area water supplies.
10/02/2013 11:22amCache County deputies may be looking a bit scruffier this month, but it's for a good cause.
10/02/2013 11:58amThe Utah legislature will consider a bill next session to raise the legal age to buy cigarettes from 19 to 21. The sponsor says it should save lives and taxpayer money.
10/02/2013 1:31pmIn 1978, Shannon Shuman received a life-changing lesson from her fourth-grade teacher, Mrs. Kaye Johnson. Decades later, Shuman found the teacher who was the first person in a chain of helping hands to a happy and healthy life.
10/02/2013 3:04pmA 51-year-old man accused of punching another man in a dispute over pew space in Plain City has pleaded not guilty to the charges against him.
10/02/2013 3:17pmSome West Jordan residents aren't happy they woke up to the sounds of chainsaws Wednesday morning. Rocky Mountain power is cutting down vegetation for what they say are safety reasons.
10/02/2013 4:36pmProvo police are on the hunt for three people who they say robbed a jewelry courier Tuesday at Provo Towne Center.
10/02/2013 5:40pmIt's day two of the partial government shutdown, and businesses that rely on visitors to the nation's national parks are already feeling the effects of the closures.
10/02/2013 6:58pmSince the beginning of June, Eric Skog has been taking the paid leave he's saved for the past two years to build his and his wife's dream home. On Wednesday afternoon, he had to stop by the Army Aviation Support Facility to sign his furlough papers.
10/02/2013 7:44pmEvery day at noon a volunteer from Meals on Wheels brings 91-year- old Gene Mock lunch.
10/02/2013 7:47pmElizabeth Smart is opening up again about being kidnapped 11 years ago. She said it was the worst thing anyone could do to a child.
10/02/2013 7:52pmThe Federal Trade Commission wants a judge to postpone its fraud case against St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson due to the government shutdown.
10/02/2013 7:59pmTestimony in the case of Johnny Brickman Wall, charged with killing his ex-wife, focused Wednesday on how she died, and how high levels of Xanax got into her system.
10/02/2013 8:04pmFormer GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney said before giving a speech at the University of Utah Wednesday that shutting down the government is the wrong way to oppose the nation's new health care law.
10/02/2013 8:10pmIt all started with a pear tree in Cristen Smith's backyard.
10/02/2013 8:18pmA baby born to a Lehi woman managed to stay in the womb 39 days after the mother's amniotic sack ruptured.
10/02/2013 8:35pmMore than 4.7 million Americans accessed the federal health insurance marketplace on the first day of open enrollment Tuesday.
10/02/2013 9:07pm150 children in Utah are waiting for something many of us take for granted — a family. Kobey is one of those children.
10/02/2013 9:20pmCooler weather led to an unusual safety concern Wednesday along sections of I-15 in Davis and Weber counties when a micro-surface did not take properly.
10/02/2013 9:25pmWest Valley Police are searching for a gunman after two people were wounded Wednesday afternoon.
10/02/2013 9:27pmA concerned Cottonwood Heights neighbor called police Tuesday night when she thought she smelled marijuana, leading police to a drugs and weapons bust.
10/02/2013 9:43pmTo learn about how totalitarian governments work, one brave group of high school seniors "lived" under a totalitarian regime.
10/02/2013 10:25pmA few minutes of confusion surrounding a drug search had one law enforcement agency responding against another Wednesday.
10/02/2013 10:41pmSeven people die in home fires in the U.S. every day on average, and cooking is the leading cause. The disasters prompted "prevent kitchen fires" as the focus of fire prevention week nationwide, and the Kendall O. Bryant Fire Prevention Awareness Day in Layton.
10/02/2013 11:05pmA new documentary, "Us and Them: Religious Rivalry in America," tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a practicing LDS man and a street preacher.
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