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Archive: News / Utah (16 Stories)

Feds charge 'Mountain Man' accused of Utah cabin thefts

10/12/2013 9:28am
Federal prosecutors filed weapons charges against a wilderness fugitive accused of burglarizing remote cabins across a wide swath of Utah.

Gov. Herbert funds Utah nat'l parks for up to 10 days

10/12/2013 10:58am
Following an announcement that Utah will front the bill to reopen national parks in the state until the federal government shutdown ends, Gov. Gary Herbert plans to convene the Legislature in a special session Wednesday to authorize the expenditure.

Most Utah HS seniors plan to pursue college, survey says

10/12/2013 12:02pm
A survey released Thursday by the Utah Foundation shows that a vast majority of Utah's high school graduates intend to pursue higher education.

Condoleezza Rice addresses U.S. 'governance problem' at Utah conf.

10/12/2013 1:04pm
The nation needs leaders who "know the difference between principle and policy disagreements," former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told attendees of Sen. Orrin Hatch's 27th annual Women's Conference on Friday.

UTA debuts prepaid fare cards

10/12/2013 1:56pm
The Utah Transit Authority announced Tuesday that its prepaid, reloadable fare cards will be available for purchase next week.

Police find scene of robbery, shooting

10/12/2013 2:00pm
Police have located the home where a man was shot during a home invasion Wednesday.

Baby found in water in ditch, flown to hospital

10/12/2013 2:13pm
A 1-year-old boy was flown to Primary Children's Hospital after he was found in a backyard ditch Saturday afternoon in Morgan.

Food bank receives donated meat from 4-H participants

10/12/2013 4:14pm
More than 92,000 pounds of processed meat was sorted by volunteers at the Utah Food Bank on Saturday. The meat is from animals raised by Utah's 4-H members, sold at auction and then donated to fill an important gap in the diets of hungry Utahns.

Climber in serious condition after falling 40 feet in American Fork Canyon

10/12/2013 4:43pm
A 22-year-old man who fell over 40 feet in American Fork Canyon on Saturday is in serious condition. Crews responded to a call placed around 1:45 p.m. Saturday afternoon.

Lesbian couple claims discrimination at AT&T store

10/12/2013 5:35pm
A group of nearly two dozen protested in Riverdale Saturday in support of a lesbian couple who claims they were discriminated against while at an AT&T store.

North American Flag Association holds convention in Salt Lake City

10/12/2013 6:23pm
The term "vexillology" isn't a word many have heard of before. It means the scholarly study of flags. For the first time ever, members of the North American Vexillological Association are holding their 47th annual convention here in Utah.

Moran Eye Center hosts 'Charitable Surgery Day'

10/12/2013 7:37pm
On Saturday, The Moran Eye Center hosted what they called a "Charitable Surgery Day", an annual event held to provide various eye surgeries for free. 12 eye patients were selected to receive the gift of improved sight at no cost.

Summit helps black youth share experiences growing up in Utah

10/12/2013 8:54pm
Black youths from throughout Utah came together Saturday for the inaugural State of Black Youth Summit at Rowland Hall, a gathering that enabled youth ages 14-18 to share their experiences growing up Utah and to learn how to prepare for college.

Twitter responds to BYU's win over GT in a tale of two halves

10/12/2013 9:02pm
The BYU offense looked unstoppable in the first half, but seemed to stall in the second half in the Cougars convincing win over Georgia Tech. Twitter noticed the change and had a thing or two to say about it.

Visitors return to Zion National Park, neighboring businesses

10/12/2013 9:18pm
Zion National Park returned to normal Saturday and business in the gateway community of Springdale picked up after 10 days of a government-induced coma.

Scouts find body of missing woman while hiking in Tooele County

10/12/2013 9:52pm
Police said a body found in Tooele County on Saturday is most likely that of Jane Ashby, who has been missing since July. A group of scouts found the body in a remote section of Tooele County . Family members said Ashby went missing July 31 after she left her home in Tooele City.
 
   
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