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December 27th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (25 Stories)

UHP identifies woman killed in truck-trailer accident

10/21/2013 6:56am
One person is dead and two others are in the hospital after a pick-up truck and trailer chain flipped, pinning the victims inside the vehicle.

6 tips for your car during 'Car Care Month'

10/21/2013 11:37am
October is Car Care Month, which means it's time to prepare your vehicles for the impending cold weather and snow. In addition to providing piece of mind, proper car care can result in significant cost savings. It will extend the life of your vehicle and help protect the environment.

State attorneys say traditional marriage is best for children, families

10/21/2013 1:34pm
In defending a legal challenge to Utah's definition of marriage, attorneys for the state argue that traditional marriage reinforces responsible child bearing and the best parenting.

31 days of family film frights (Part 4)

10/21/2013 2:11pm
Celebrate the build-up to Halloween by watching 31 spooky movies that will have you and your family on the edge of your seats and checking underneath the bed.

BYU LGBT students offer advice for overcoming depression

10/21/2013 2:34pm
A friend who loves and is consistently by your side can go a long way in comforting a depressed spirit, gay and transgender students at Brigham Young University say in a new video.

Breast milk sold online contains high levels of bacteria, new study shows

10/21/2013 3:35pm
A new study released by the National Children's Hospital Monday shows an alarmingly high amount of harmful bacteria found in human breast milk sold online.

Warrant reveals content of incriminating text in South Salt Lake homicide

10/21/2013 4:51pm
Just moments before Santiago Crespo allegedly killed Ann Marie Jensen, police say he sent a text to an acquaintance: "I'm about to do something I wished I didn't have to."

Man convicted of lewdness allegedly showed girls porn movie

10/21/2013 5:11pm
A South Jordan man recently convicted of lewdness and burglary is also being investigated for allegedly showing pornographic movies to young girls.

Man arrested in sexual assault of massage therapist

10/21/2013 5:31pm
Police have arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting a massage therapist at knife point.

Fugitive evades police at Utah-Idaho border

10/21/2013 5:37pm
Police say a 26-year-old man wanted on drugs and weapons charges managed to evade police Monday morning after a high-speed chase from northern Utah to southern Idaho.

Man arrested after weekend taxi robbing spree

10/21/2013 6:08pm
A man who police say robbed or attempted to rob six cab drivers in three hours was arrested over the weekend.

Former doctor pleads not guilty to murder of ex-wife

10/21/2013 6:09pm
A former Utah doctor charged with criminal homicide was in court Monday morning and, as expected, pleaded not guilty to all of the charges against him, including murder of his ex-wife.

Business owners hopeful of new S-line bringing more revenue

10/21/2013 6:48pm
Business owners in the area of what used to be called the "Sugar Hole" have a more positive outlook than they once did as several projects get closer to completion, including the new street car line.

Small pumpkin harvest shows effects of record summer heat

10/21/2013 6:59pm
Some Utah farmers blame the summer's record heat for the weaker crop this fall. The pumpkins are smaller, the farmers say, and that mean less money coming in.

Donations for grieving mothers head to hospitals

10/21/2013 7:35pm
More than 40 grieving mothers will receive gift baskets in memory of one baby boy who passed away seven years ago.

Father to not receive parole for death of baby son

10/21/2013 7:41pm
Judge Darold McDade said the decision he announced on Monday had been weighing heavily on his mind for a "long, long time."

Price police, FBI investigating alleged grazing lease scam

10/21/2013 8:05pm
A California businessman with Utah ties is facing felony charges after Price police say they were tipped off to an alleged scam that targets livestock owners.

Group fights cancer with the help of local Ghostbusters

10/21/2013 8:30pm
What do Ghostbusters, good food and fundraising all have in common? All will take center stage at the fourth annual Cancer Bites fundraiser, happening Wednesday night at Brewvies in downtown Salt Lake.

Hatch Family Chocolates threatened with foreclosure

10/21/2013 8:45pm
Since Hatch Family Chocolates opened in 2003, they have made millions of chocolates and strong ties in the community. Earlier this month, however, the owners announced their financial struggles to keep the store open and have turned to the public.

Man arrested in alleged human trafficking incident

10/21/2013 9:05pm
A man was arrested in Salt Lake City over the weekend for investigation of human trafficking.

Signing up on national health care website takes an expert

10/21/2013 9:12pm
When the new national healthcare website launched on Oct. 1, a Utah computer expert said he jumped online to sign up for coverage. After weeks of dealing with the site's glitches, he found a way in.

Sex charges against former deputy involve 3 inmates

10/21/2013 9:25pm
A former Washington County corrections deputy was charged Monday with sexual misconduct with three female inmates.

Boy Scouts remove 2 men who toppled ancient rock

10/21/2013 10:13pm
Two Utah men already facing possible criminal charges for purposely toppling an ancient rock formation in a state park have now been removed from their posts as Boy Scout leaders.

5 suspects being questioned in Kearns drive-by shooting

10/21/2013 10:22pm
Unified police were investigating a drive-by shooting Monday night that took place at a home near 4860 West and 4985 South. Five suspects were detained after their vehicle was identified by witnesses.

Neighbors carol, decorate to help friend with cancer experience Christmas

10/21/2013 10:24pm
A Kaysville neighborhood put up Christmas decorations instead of Halloween decor to support a friend with cancer who may not live to see December 25.
 
   
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