July 3rd, 2015
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12/02/2013 7:20amJob seekers have been told to avoid posting inappropriate pictures or statements on social media websites. But a new study shows businesses that are hiring need to be careful, too.
12/02/2013 10:21amThe leaders of the House and Senate Intelligence committees said Sunday that terrorists have gained ground in the past two years and that the United States is not any safer than it was at the outset of 2011.
12/02/2013 11:01amCedar City — Festival City, USA — home to the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Neil Simon Festival and many others, is also located near world-class outdoor locations.
12/02/2013 11:46amA 6-year-old boy who was attacked by a pit bull is recovering after undergoing through three surgeries to repair damage to his face and leg.
12/02/2013 12:43pmA 52-year-old man faces a hate crime charge after police say he made a racial slur and threatened to kill a person outside a Salt Lake City convenience store.
12/02/2013 1:22pmWashington head coach and former BYU quarterback Steve Sarkisian is heading south to take over as head coach for USC, according to the Associated Press.
12/02/2013 2:03pmA rare hymnal containing the first printed music used in services for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is set for auction at Christie's this week.
12/02/2013 2:34pmNewly released court documents provide additional details about a deadly home invasion robbery in Taylorsville in October.
12/02/2013 4:28pmInvestigators believe they know who broke into Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church twice in one week, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage in addition to stealing thousands of dollars of church property.
12/02/2013 4:45pmA woman charged earlier this year with 10 counts of communications fraud and engaging in a pattern of unlawful activity is now facing even more charges.
12/02/2013 6:32pmJohn Swallow's last day at the Attorney General's office came and went without much fanfare. Except for an occasional phone ringing, it was silent in the Attorney General's office. Swallow's belongings had been cleared out over the weekend.
12/02/2013 6:37pmThe construction industry may finally be making a comeback post- recession, but progress in one Weber County city has been slowed because of the weak water picture.
12/02/2013 7:05pmA man accused of robbing a grocery store at gunpoint last week left behind the demand note he used during the crime, which allowed police to identify him, according to charging documents filed Monday.
12/02/2013 7:18pmSalt Lake City police officers are looking for a man who robbed a U.S. Bank Monday morning.
12/02/2013 7:44pmA Utah-based company has increased sales this year through cyber shopping and workers were especially busy on Cyber Monday.
12/02/2013 9:15pmCharges have been filed against a Bountiful man police say stole a car, two trucks and led officers on a high-speed chase last month.
12/02/2013 10:27pmHomeland Security agents in Salt Lake City helped shut down more than 700 domains that were hawking counterfeit products Monday.
12/02/2013 10:29pmFollowing a few unseasonably warm days through Thanksgiving and the weekend, temperatures are expected to plunge below freezing by Wednesday following a snowstorm that could plague commuters Tuesday.
12/02/2013 10:30pmA truck driver from Utah is accused of holding a 19-year-old relative against her will while the two traveled across country.
12/02/2013 10:36pmA growing economy is a good thing, but it's also hurting the Salvation Army. This season, the nonprofit organization expects to see an 18- to 20-percent drop in funds through the Red Kettle Bell Drive.
12/02/2013 10:58pmA Utah illustrator has worked on several DreamWorks Animation movies, and now he is writing and illustrating his own children's books.
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