10/08/2013 7:33amElectrical failures occurred during testing at the National Security Agency's massive data storage center in Bluffdale, an NSA spokeswoman confirmed Monday.
10/08/2013 7:49amA Kane County sheriff's deputy was shot through both legs when a .40-caliber handgun was accidentally discharged during a weapons certification Monday morning.
10/08/2013 10:08amAlthough Utah's national parks have been impacted by the shutdown, they still offer a variety of outdoor adventures. Here are five ways you can enjoy the grandeur of southern Utah despite the current state of affairs.
10/08/2013 10:18amA man who pleaded guilty to killing one woman in a double slaying in a St. George townhome may not have been the shooter.
10/08/2013 10:36amCambry Kaylor, paralyzed eight years ago in an accident, has reached the point where she is grateful for her disability. She credits it with a chance to compete in the Rio Paralympic Games in 2016.
10/08/2013 10:56amChuckie Keeton will go down as one of the most exciting and impactful college football players in the state of Utah's history. On many levels, it's a downright shame that the Utah State quarterback was lost for the season with multiple knee injuries.
10/08/2013 11:03amA case regarding the amount of money people can give to political campaigns is going in front of the U.S. Supreme Court Tuesday and it could completely shake-up campaign finance as we know it.
10/08/2013 11:51amIn Utah, even Barbie can't escape the long arm of the law. An American Fork Police officer patrolling a Cedar Hills neighborhood last week came across an abandoned pink toy Jeep with the Barbie logo on the side.
10/08/2013 12:02pmNearly 10 years ago, Anthony Santos Jr. was shot dead by a childhood friend. With the help of strangers, his mother will finally be able to mark his grave with a headstone next Tuesday.
10/08/2013 2:01pmThe Salt Lake County Council joined clean-air advocates and neighbors of Stericycle, a medical waste incinerator in North Salt Lake, in asking the governor to explore whether evidence supports using his executive powers to shut down the facility.
10/08/2013 2:34pmA Delta man was killed in a motorcycle crash Monday night in Millard County.
10/08/2013 4:13pmA Utah chiropractor has been convicted of exploitation of a vulnerable adult.
10/08/2013 5:01pmLogan police were asking for the public's help Tuesday in finding a man who walked out of a used car dealership with a pocketful of cash.
10/08/2013 5:47pmOgden police said a man was cleaning his gun when it went off and the bullet hit and his wife.
10/08/2013 5:50pmPolice are investigating two armed robberies overnight in Davis County. Both crimes happened at gas stations on Highway 89.
10/08/2013 5:52pmThe man accused of ambushing and killing a Draper police sergeant made his first appearance before a judge Tuesday. His girlfriend was also in court, but the distance between the two continues to grow as their court cases proceed.
10/08/2013 5:55pmA man was pronounced dead after crashing his car upside down into a canal and being submerged for an undetermined amount of time.
10/08/2013 6:03pmA 26-year-old woman was killed after she was run over by the rear wheels of a semitrailer.
10/08/2013 6:59pmThree people tied to a Mexican drug cartel were arrested and more than 17 pounds of meth seized Saturday in Park City.
10/08/2013 7:38pmGov. Gary Herbert called on the president Tuesday to allow Utah to run national parks and monuments in the state that sit closed due to the government shutdown.
10/08/2013 7:47pmMormon Tabernacle Choir officials announced Tuesday morning that American soprano Deborah Voigt and British actor John Rhys-Davies will join the choir and Orchestra at Temple Square for the annual Christmas concerts.
10/08/2013 8:04pmThe year was 1998 when two Latter-day Saint missionaries were kidnapped in Russia. Until now, we have never really known what happened during their five days of captivity, but a new film will reveal the details of their experience.
10/08/2013 8:22pmThe man accused of killing his 16-year-old babysitter had a parole hearing Tuesday.
10/08/2013 8:56pmGov. Gary Herbert on Tuesday named Rep. Spencer Cox, R-Fairview, to replace Lt. Gov. Greg Bell, who announced last month he was stepping down because he needed to earn more money.
10/08/2013 10:15pmThe government shutdown continues to impact families across the nation, including the families of five servicemen killed over the weekend in Afghanistan.
10/08/2013 10:53pmPit bulls, like all dogs, are a product of their upbringing. It's not the breed that makes a dog aggressive, but how it is raised, according to experts.
10/08/2013 11:01pmSocial workers say that Americans are doing more to report and escape domestic violence, and West Valley City put on a rally to spread the message of domestic violence prevention.
10/08/2013 11:12pmMembers of Utah's delegation have held firm in opposition as tension continues to rise in the capitol.
10/08/2013 11:18pmThe deadline for a new farm bill has passed after the House and Senate couldn't agree on the terms, and the result could be an increase in the price of groceries.
10/08/2013 11:23pmSeveral leaders of San Juan County said they're going to move the barricades implemented by the government shutdown and let people back onto Lake Powell.
10/08/2013 11:29pmSalt Lake District leaders saw a need and decided to implement serious changes to provide for student needs at Mountain View Elementary School.
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