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December 19th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (13 Stories)

Boise high-rise spire to change, looks too much like LDS temple

10/27/2013 10:17am
Owners of a new 18-story building in downtown Boise say they are considering ways to alter the appearance of a spire at the top because of concerns it makes the nearly completed structure look like a Mormon temple.

Sandy emergency agencies join SLC dispatch services

10/27/2013 11:10am
Sandy's public safety services have joined with Salt Lake dispatch in an effort to provide police and fire crews more timely and accurate information in serving the community.

State prison move slows to consider effect on correctional system

10/27/2013 1:44pm
The committee considering relocating the Utah State Prison voted unanimously Wednesday to postpone requests for bids after suggestions from advisers and the public.

Lou Reed, iconic punk poet, dead at 71

10/27/2013 3:15pm
Lou Reed, the punk poet of rock 'n' roll who profoundly influenced generations of musicians as leader of the Velvet Underground and remained a vital solo performer for decades after, died Sunday at 71.

Hiker injured at Bell Canyon Reservoir, rescue teams respond

10/27/2013 3:33pm
Search and rescue teams were deployed Sunday to assist an injured hiker near Bell Canyon Reservoir

Ogden homes evacuated after car backs into natural gas meter

10/27/2013 4:21pm
Roughly 30 people were evacuated from their homes Sunday afternoon after a vehicle backed into a natural gas meter and ruptured a gas line, according to the Ogden fire officials.

Injured hiker rescued after spending night on Mount Timpanogos

10/27/2013 5:08pm
Utah County search and rescue crews planned to spend Saturday night with an injured hiker on Mount Timpanogos.

Woman hit, killed by train while sleeping on tracks in Salt Lake City

10/27/2013 5:24pm
A woman was killed early Sunday morning when she was hit by a train in Salt Lake City, police said.

Police release video of man who attacked woman in WVC Burger King restroom

10/27/2013 6:24pm
Police are asking for the public's help finding a man accused of attacking a woman in the restroom of Burger King in West Valley City.

Smoothie business helps brothers raise money for life-changing service trip to Kenya

10/27/2013 8:33pm
Just one day after President Uhuru Kenyatta declared the Nairobi siege over, three brothers from Draper left the comforts of home in Utah and flew to Kenya. They spent about three weeks serving the Kenyan people.

3 inspiring women honored for lifetimes of good deeds at Jewish Family Service event

10/27/2013 10:35pm
Hundreds gathered for the Sixth Annual Jewish Family Service Tribute Dinner to honor three inspiring women.

Once disfigured by cancer, Santaquin woman has her face back

10/27/2013 11:20pm
Years of sun-worshiping cost a Utah woman a large portion of her face. She worried she would never look normal again.

U of U researchers find link between pregnancy weight gain and autism

10/27/2013 11:49pm
A new study released by University of Utah psychiatric researchers shows a link between weight gain during pregnancy and autism spectrum disorders.
 
   
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