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October 30th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (25 Stories)

Company asks judge to quash subpoena in Swallow investigation

11/08/2013 7:23am
A payday loan software company that once employed Attorney General John Swallow wants a judge to quash a subpoena it received from the Utah House special investigative committee.

Four students suspended for throwing Pop-Its on school sidewalk

11/08/2013 7:58am
A parent wants the rules reviewed after his child and three others were suspended for throwing Pop-Its onto a sidewalk at an elementary school.

Christmas retail creeps earlier, annoys some shoppers

11/08/2013 10:27am
Every year, it seems the retail frenzy around Christmas creeps in earlier and earlier. A lot of people are bothered by it.

Utah man pleads guilty to playing key role in online drug market

11/08/2013 10:50am
A Spanish Fork man pleaded guilty to a drug conspiracy charge Thursday for his role in an online black market known as the Silk Road that authorities say processed more than $1 billion worth of illicit business.

5 ways to raise kids who love the outdoors

11/08/2013 11:01am
Utah's capital city has been recognized as the best place in America to raise outdoor kids, and that doesn't stop when the mercury drops. If you want your kids to grow up loving the outdoors, here are five suggestions to help them along.

Feds award $2.3M from healthcare overhaul to new Utah centers

11/08/2013 11:14am
The federal government is sending $2.3 million in grants to three new Utah health centers.

Utah 'In God We Trust' license plate now available

11/08/2013 11:34am
Utah residents can now order a license plate bearing an American flag and the motto "In God We Trust."

Utah company helps protect NY man from cold

11/08/2013 1:00pm
A Utah company is sponsoring a New York man working to recover from the financial crisis and hurricane Sandy.

Attempted abduction 'prank' wasn't funny, police say

11/08/2013 2:49pm
West Jordan police say trying to entice young children into a vehicle isn't a laughing matter, and they are compiling evidence about a "prank" to the district attorney's office for possible criminal charges.

Man flashes 'police badge' at real officer, gets arrested

11/08/2013 4:32pm
A man who apparently tried to get out of a minor traffic violation by allegedly flashing a police badge was arrested by a real officer Thursday.

9 new subpoenas issued in Swallow investigation

11/08/2013 5:15pm
A legislative investigation into embattled Utah Attorney General John Swallow intensified Friday, a day after he suggested state lawmakers have it in for him.

Prosecutor to jury: MacNeill committed an 'almost perfect murder'

11/08/2013 6:37pm
Motivated by his love for another woman, Martin MacNeill used his wife's plastic surgery as the cover for committing an "almost perfect murder," prosecutors said Friday.

New police panel established to investigate Willard shooting

11/08/2013 6:38pm
The Salt Lake County District Attorney has set up a panel of police officers to construct a criminal case over the Danielle Willard shooting.

Convicted murderer to stand trial in separate teen killing

11/08/2013 6:51pm
A judge on Friday ordered a man already serving a life sentence for murder to stand trial for murder and rape in the 1989 death of Felicia Pappas, 17.

Officer creates 'scent kit' to aid in search for missing children

11/08/2013 7:19pm
A police officer has invented a kit to speed up the process of finding missing children and elderly people.

Utahns filter e-book content with new app

11/08/2013 7:30pm
A new local Kickstarter project would allow readers to choose filters for their e-books.

Utahns worry for family, friends after typhoon displaces thousands

11/08/2013 7:52pm
Friday is a day of worry for many Utah families with friends and family in the Philippines. KSL spoke with two Utah mothers — one said most of her family is still on the islands and the other said her son is less than two weeks from returning home from his mission there. Both have no idea how they're doing.

FDA proposes safety regulations for brand name, generic drugs

11/08/2013 8:12pm
The Federal Drug Administration announced on its website Friday a proposal that would allow generic drug manufacturers to independently update safety information about their medications.

Family allegedly called 'turkey killers' after reporting aggressive bird

11/08/2013 8:36pm
A turkey that chased after children and a dog in Corinne was shot and killed Sunday, and the family said they have received calls and text messages calling them "turkey killers" and saying her kids were tormenting the turkey.

WVC students build computers to compete for 'Fastest Geek'

11/08/2013 9:09pm
A battle of technology wits took place on Friday at Hunter High School as students competed for the title of "Fastest Geek."

51 restraining orders issued in Utah since May

11/08/2013 9:33pm
Fifty-one protective orders — 37 temporary and 14 permanent — have been issued under a new state law that went into effect in May. The law allows Utahns 18 and older who are abused or threatened in dating relationships to seek protection.

Vandals deface deputy memorial for 4th time in 6 years

11/08/2013 10:32pm
The words "illegal cross" and "dead pig" have been scrawled on a memorial dedicated to Uintah County Cpl. Kevin Orr, who died in a 2006 helicopter crash. It's the fourth time the site has been vandalized since friends and family erected it in 2007.

Police arrest man suspected in 8 dine-and-dash cases

11/08/2013 10:44pm
A Colorado man found out the hard way there's no such thing as a free meal in Salt Lake City, police say.

Sen. Lee set as keynote speaker at tea party event

11/08/2013 10:48pm
Utah Senator Mike Lee will be the keynote speaker at a tea party event in Iowa on Saturday, but experts say this may hurt him in Utah.

Nitro Circus founder talks about Utah roots, upcoming show in SLC

11/08/2013 10:53pm
A Utah man and his family have become famous for their high-risk stunts and now travels the world performing in the sold-out show known as Nitro Circus Live.
 
   
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