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July 31st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (31 Stories)

Electrical failures confirmed at NSA data center

10/08/2013 7:33am
Electrical failures occurred during testing at the National Security Agency's massive data storage center in Bluffdale, an NSA spokeswoman confirmed Monday.

Deputy accidentally shot during certification

10/08/2013 7:49am
A Kane County sheriff's deputy was shot through both legs when a .40-caliber handgun was accidentally discharged during a weapons certification Monday morning.

5 ways to enjoy southern Utah during the government shutdown

10/08/2013 10:08am
Although 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.

Witness puts doubt on conviction in double slaying

10/08/2013 10:18am
A man who pleaded guilty to killing one woman in a double slaying in a St. George townhome may not have been the shooter.

After paralysis, equestrian athlete sets sights on Paralympics

10/08/2013 10:36am
Cambry 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.

Nobody can match Keeton's impact

10/08/2013 10:56am
Chuckie 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.

Supreme Court to consider striking down campaign donation cap

10/08/2013 11:03am
A 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.

Police issue abandoned vehicle tag for Barbie Jeep

10/08/2013 11:51am
In 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.

With donations for headstone, mother finds closure after son’s death

10/08/2013 12:02pm
Nearly 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.

Salt Lake County Council asks governor to close down Stericycle plant

10/08/2013 2:01pm
The 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.

Man not wearing helmet dies in motorcycle crash

10/08/2013 2:34pm
A Delta man was killed in a motorcycle crash Monday night in Millard County.

Chiropractor convicted after claiming cure for diabetes

10/08/2013 4:13pm
A Utah chiropractor has been convicted of exploitation of a vulnerable adult.

Man grabs cash from Logan car dealership

10/08/2013 5:01pm
Logan 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.

Accidental gunshot injures Ogden couple, police say

10/08/2013 5:47pm
Ogden police said a man was cleaning his gun when it went off and the bullet hit and his wife.

2 gas station robberies may be connected

10/08/2013 5:50pm
Police are investigating two armed robberies overnight in Davis County. Both crimes happened at gas stations on Highway 89.

Man accused of killing Draper officer finally appears in court

10/08/2013 5:52pm
The 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.

Man killed after crashing into canal, police say

10/08/2013 5:55pm
A man was pronounced dead after crashing his car upside down into a canal and being submerged for an undetermined amount of time.

Woman dies after being run over by semitrailer

10/08/2013 6:03pm
A 26-year-old woman was killed after she was run over by the rear wheels of a semitrailer.

3 arrested in Park City meth bust tied to Mexican drug cartel

10/08/2013 6:59pm
Three people tied to a Mexican drug cartel were arrested and more than 17 pounds of meth seized Saturday in Park City.

Herbert asks Obama to let state operate national parks during shutdown

10/08/2013 7:38pm
Gov. 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.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir reveals Christmas concert guests

10/08/2013 7:47pm
Mormon 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.

2 missionaries kidnapped in 1998 reveal their story through film

10/08/2013 8:04pm
The 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.

Credit card fraud hearing held for man accused of killing babysitter

10/08/2013 8:22pm
The man accused of killing his 16-year-old babysitter had a parole hearing Tuesday.

Herbert announces new lieutenant governor

10/08/2013 8:56pm
Gov. 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.

Funds for military funerals delayed due to gov't shutdown

10/08/2013 10:15pm
The government shutdown continues to impact families across the nation, including the families of five servicemen killed over the weekend in Afghanistan.

Preventing dog attacks: spaying and neutering are key, experts say

10/08/2013 10:53pm
Pit 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.

WVC hosts rally for domestic violence prevention month

10/08/2013 11:01pm
Social 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.

Little change in Washington by 8th day of gov't shutdown

10/08/2013 11:12pm
Members of Utah's delegation have held firm in opposition as tension continues to rise in the capitol.

Deadline passes for new farm bill; grocery prices could increase

10/08/2013 11:18pm
The 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.

San Juan County leader plans to remove barricades, reopen Lake Powell

10/08/2013 11:23pm
Several 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.

Elementary school provides dental, eye care along with education

10/08/2013 11:29pm
Salt 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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