10/04/2013 8:02amA judge denied the Federal Trade Commission's request for a stay in its case against St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson on Thursday.
10/04/2013 8:22amA Kaysville elementary school has invited parents to become students at their children's school Friday morning.
10/04/2013 11:59amUtah's official website, Utah.gov, was recognized Friday by the Center for Digital Government with the Best of the Web award for the sixth consecutive year. Utah.gov has ranked in the top three best state websites since 2006.
10/04/2013 12:51pmThe national parks in Utah may be closed during the shutdown, but Utah's 43 state parks are open and running, and they are experiencing a boom this week.
10/04/2013 1:30pmLooking at too many pictures of food can make it less fun to eat, according to a new study from BYU.
10/04/2013 3:59pmWhen Susan Bennet recorded a series of software scripts in 2005, she had no idea her voice would one day become recognized around the world.
10/04/2013 4:40pmA South Salt Lake man accused of stabbing another man in his four- plex without warning was charged Friday with murder, a first-degree felony.
10/04/2013 5:00pmBYU's newest a capella group with a mission to serve will be taking to the streets in between sessions of General Conference Saturday.
10/04/2013 5:48pmThe former vice president of McDougal Funeral Homes was sent to prison Friday for the "reprehensible" crime of creating child pornography.
10/04/2013 6:05pmA computer scam is starting to dupe Utahns. It leads people to believe their computers have been used to view child porn, and then tries to con them out of money.
10/04/2013 6:38pmA Riverton woman accused of leaving her 2-year-old in the car while she went shopping now faces a felony charge.
10/04/2013 7:52pmThe Utah Department of Workforce Services has seen a 500 percent increase of people requesting unemployment since the government shutdown turned federal employees away from work Tuesday.
10/04/2013 7:59pmDespite the government shutdown, members of the Utah National Guard are heading to Colorado to help with reconstruction after a massive flood ripped through homes and entire towns.
10/04/2013 9:14pmAnn Romney, the wife of former Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, is releasing a new book that shares family stories and recipes.
10/04/2013 9:30pmHighland residents may soon notice fewer deer traipsing through their yards because of a program that allows archers to hunt deer within the city.
10/04/2013 9:40pmSalt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and UTA announced Friday a joint clean air initiative which proposes to allow Salt Lake City residents to buy an annual mass transit pass for $360, or $30 a month for 2014. It needs City Council approval.
10/04/2013 9:55pmA baby was in critical condition and two other people were in serious condition Friday evening after police say a white SUV caused multiple crashes and ended up in Big Cottonwood Creek.
10/04/2013 10:43pmA man allegedly stole thousands of dollars of property from the University of Utah basketball locker room. He has been arrested and is in jail because former members of the basketball team cornered him in a locker room and confronted him about the thefts.
10/04/2013 10:49pmA 21-year-old man had a free surgery to fix his ears that have been stretch with gauges so the doctor could share a message to people considering stretching.
10/04/2013 10:50pmA majority of Utahns don't believe it was worth shutting down the federal government to fight President Barack Obama's new health care law and most blame Republicans just as much as Democrats, according to a new Deseret News/KSL poll.
10/04/2013 11:59pmElizabeth Smart's memoir, "My Story," comes out Monday. The book will focus on her experience of being kidnapped and held for nine months by Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Barzee.
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