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October 24th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (27 Stories)

Up to 300,000 Utahns eligible for health insurance tax subsidy

11/07/2013 7:41am
Federal tax subsidies are available to help people afford health insurance coverage purchased on new insurance marketplaces. A new report estimates that more than 206,000 Utahns are eligible to take advantage of the credit.

Polio threatens to make a comeback in parts of the world

11/07/2013 8:41am
Concern is growing that polio — a disease that once was nearly eradicated — could erupt again.

Ask a Chef: Homemade holiday pies

11/07/2013 10:00am
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This week: Do you have a simple yet delicious pie recipe?

Man accused of impersonating an officer, calling for backup

11/07/2013 10:56am
A man accused of impersonating an officer had some St. George residents concerned after he pulled them over for supposed traffic violations.

Photos: Bountiful Peak at sunrise

11/07/2013 11:01am
The mountains to the east of Farmington and Bountiful provide adventurers with endless places to explore. But if you happen to be there at sunrise, the view is spectacular.

Provo man's hand-lettered shirts show state pride

11/07/2013 2:00pm
Popularity on Instagram has led a Provo man to produce state T-shirts and a letter-press map with help from Kickstarter.

Tooele man killed in carbon monoxide incident identified

11/07/2013 2:39pm
Police believe the death of a Tooele man who was found in his living room was the result of a tragic accident and not a suicide.

Powell objects to paying $1.8M judgement, victims' attorney says

11/07/2013 3:45pm
Steven Powell says the $1.8 million he was ordered to pay to the young girls he took voyeuristic pictures of is too much.

Restaurant owner pleads no contest for sexual abuse of teen

11/07/2013 4:30pm
The co-owner of an Ogden restaurant pleaded no contest this week to having unlawful sexual conduct with an employee.

Parent 'concerned' about business presence at local high school

11/07/2013 5:06pm
A Utah County parent is raising concerns about seeing a fast food company's car and mascot at her local high school.

2 people arrested, 1 cleared in home burglary

11/07/2013 6:10pm
Police arrested two people and cleared a third in connection with a burglary at a Syracuse home.

Utah family writes book to teach healthy eating on a budget

11/07/2013 6:28pm
Think you can't afford to eat healthy? A Utah family has written a book on how to make nutritious meals on a budget that even kids will enjoy.

83 tour bus accident deaths prompts safety investigation

11/07/2013 6:54pm
After an investigation into several tour bus accidents that injured 83 and killed nine in four states, a Nation Transportation Safety Board report calls for more oversight of bus and truck companies.

Swallow categorically denies deleting emails, computer files

11/07/2013 7:02pm
Attorney General John Swallow struck an angry tone at times Thursday as he denied deleting any of his emails or computer files that a Utah House investigative committee says have disappeared.

Witnesses testify MacNeill was not home when his wife died

11/07/2013 7:13pm
Attorneys for Martin MacNeill mounted his defense with just four witnesses on Thursday, relying on the testimony of a co-worker and his daughter's teacher to bolster the claim that the former doctor was at work or with his children when his wife died.

Baby revived after near drowning

11/07/2013 7:16pm
Police say a baby has been revived after nearly drowning at a West Valley home.

Man sentenced in Roy backyard body case

11/07/2013 7:17pm
A man accused of burying a body in the backyard of his girlfriend's Roy home has been sentenced to up to 20 years behind bars.

Turkey shot, killed by police after attacking children, dog

11/07/2013 7:52pm
A turkey that allegedly attacked children and a dog in Corinne was shot by a police officer on Sunday.

Utah looking to have above-average snowpack this winter

11/07/2013 8:00pm
Although the snowpack may not look like much right now, the snowstorms Utah's had so far could have a very big impact on our very dry state.

Malcolm Gladwell visits KSL to talk about underdogs, faith and David and Goliath

11/07/2013 8:06pm
Best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell visited the KSL studios Tuesday and spoke with Deanie Wimmer about underdogs and faith as discussed in his new book "David and Goliath."

Convicted killer linked to cold case death of teen girl

11/07/2013 8:16pm
Testimonies were heard Thursday in a preliminary hearing for Thomas Evan Noffsinger, who was charged with aggravated murder, rape and forcible sodomy, all first-degree felonies, in connection with the 1989 death of 17-year-old Felicia Pappas.

Friends, family rally for 3-year-old's 4th open heart surgery

11/07/2013 8:32pm
A family friend is holding a raffle to cover travel expenses for a 3- year-old boy's fourth heart surgery.

Utah improves efforts to stop child sex trafficking

11/07/2013 8:51pm
When it comes to protecting children against sex trafficking, Utah is improving, but it could do better. A new report by Shared Hope International, a nonprofit group that works to eliminate child sex-trafficking, gave the state a "C" for its e

Utah company creates viral online gift exchange

11/07/2013 9:36pm
Many people enjoy doing anonymous presents during Chrismtas as a "secret santa" gift exchanges, but a small Salt Lake City company has taken the idea to a whole new level by involving Internet users from around the world.

New firearm simulator may help save lives, police say

11/07/2013 10:01pm
Police officers only get a split second to decide if they should shoot or not shoot. Salt Lake County officials believes their new state-of-the-art firearm training simulator will hone split-second decision making skills that save lives.

Stun gun, handgun used on man in car waiting for his wife

11/07/2013 10:29pm
A man waiting in a car to pick up his wife was fortunate to escape unharmed after police say a stun gun was used on him and he was shot at during a failed robbery attempt.

FBI officials give tips to identify fraudulent emails, scams

11/07/2013 11:05pm
Cyber criminal activity is becoming an increasing problem and FBI officials have given several tips for citizens to protect themselves.
 
   
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