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Archive: News / Utah (28 Stories)

Parents put hope in marijuana extract to help children's seizures

12/13/2013 7:58am
Parents who are desperate to find help to stop their kids' epileptic seizures are turning to a marijuana extract that is creating hope one state away.

Man who tried to suffocate infant sent to prison

12/13/2013 8:08am
A Midvale man who pleaded guilty to severely abusing a 6-month-old boy was ordered to prison Thursday.

Store manager accused of staging theft with son

12/13/2013 8:42am
A store employee who claimed she was kidnapped during a robbery has been arrested. Police originally thought her son was responsible, but now they believe the two worked together.

DWR looks for poachers in elk killing

12/13/2013 9:04am
Another animal was poached in October, Division of Wildlife Resources says.

Progress made but improvement needed in serving homeless and hungry, report says

12/13/2013 9:25am
Salt Lake City's "housing first" strategy to combat homelessness means there's ample room in emergency shelters, but long-term, regional planning efforts are needed to develop more affordable housing and permanent supportive housing, advocates say.

Store's new rent-to-own program may not be best option

12/13/2013 9:46am
Kmart now offers a rent-to-own option. But this might not be such a sweet deal.

Orem approves redesign of University Mall

12/13/2013 10:00am
A plan approved by the Orem City Council includes a park the size of two football fields, new residential housing and a hotel.

A close look into the BYU football program

12/13/2013 11:45am
Matthew Edwards has deep ties to BYU. His grandfather, LaVell, was the head coach for BYU for 29 seasons and he played for and now coaches with Bronco Mendenhall. I had the opportunity to speak to Matthew about a variety of topics involving BYU football and here is what he had to say.

Lizards breathe like birds, U of U study finds

12/13/2013 11:59am
Lizards have the same breathing pattern as birds, alligators and possibly dinosaurs, according to a new study from the University of Utah.

4th-grade boy starts school fire, causes evacuation

12/13/2013 12:11pm
An elementary school fire that caused an evacuation Thursday was caused by a fourth- grade boy who was playing with a lighter, district officials said.

Have You Seen This? Jimmer plays pick-up game with neighborhood kids

12/13/2013 1:13pm
Some kids in Jimmer Fredette's neighborhood wanted to shoot hoops with the basketball star so they went to his house and asked. You know what? The former BYU great said, "sure," and shot hoops with the young guys for about an hour.

Families of murdered couple plead for answers on anniversary of death

12/13/2013 2:33pm
Saturday marks one year since Ralph Salazar, 59, and his girlfriend, Alice Griego, 55, were found dead in their home in Sandy. Family members are pleading with anyone who has information to step forward.

'Fixer' didn't have special access to Swallow, according to attorney

12/13/2013 3:33pm
An attorney for Mark Shurtleff said Friday a man identified as a supposed "fixer" had no special access to the former Utah Attorney General and was told to stop making untrue claims about his connection.

Man faces $200k bail for alleged child pornography possession

12/13/2013 5:00pm
A man who allegedly possessed more than 2,000 images and videos of child pornography had his bail set for $200,000 Wednesday.

$890 anonymously returned to student, police say

12/13/2013 5:42pm
A man anonymously returned $890 to a student who was told by police he wouldn't be able to do anything to reclaim money he had stolen.

'It's just shocking when you look out at it,' says doctor about inversion

12/13/2013 6:03pm
As the inversion intensifies along the Wasatch Front, doctors are getting more calls from patients with breathing problems.

2 attorney general candidates might be deemed ineligible for office

12/13/2013 6:45pm
Two candidates to replace former Attorney General John Swallow may not meet the state's residency requirements, according to a report released Friday by the Lieutenant Governor's Office.

Deborah Voigt, John Rhys-Davies perform with Mormon Tabernacle Choir

12/13/2013 7:05pm
Voigt, an opera star and Rhys-Davies, a British actor join the Mormon Tabernacle Choir for the annual Christmas concert.

How to protect your phone in cold weather

12/13/2013 7:32pm
Smartphones are not built for the extreme cold. But since that snowball fight didn't really happen unless you Instagrammed and tweeted it, here are some tips for using your device during the cold of this winter.

Man, deputy injured in officer-involved shooting in Iron County

12/13/2013 7:47pm
A man and deputy were both injured during a shooting Friday afternoon in Kanarraville.

Grizzly bears at Hogle Zoo create custom den

12/13/2013 7:54pm
Three grizzly bears are preparing for winter in captivity as if they were still living in the wild.

Study: Average Christmas list would cost parents $1.4K to fill

12/13/2013 8:39pm
A recent study by a British toy company revealed the average Christmas list will cost Santa (cough, parents) about $1,400 to fill.

Parents describe rising above 'the deepest hole' of grief after shooting

12/13/2013 9:34pm
Former Utahns Alissa and Robbie Parker talk about how they survived this past year after they lost their daughter Emilie at Sandy Hook, why they made a recent video about Emilie and why they're making sure every school in America is a safe place.

Geologists begin studying trigger factors for Rockville slide

12/13/2013 9:38pm
Geologists with the Utah Geological Survey were quick on the scene of Thursday's rock slide in Rockville that left two people dead.

Federal judge overturns part of Utah's law against polygamy

12/13/2013 9:45pm
A federal court judge has overturned part of Utah's law against polygamy in a case raised by the polygamous Brown family, made famous through their reality TV show, "Sister Wives."

Christmas season brings more letter sorting for USPS employees

12/13/2013 10:01pm
At Christmas time, letter carriers actually carry a lot of letters instead of junk mail, but handwritten addresses can be a challenge to the U.S. Postal service.

Crews recover bodies from scene of fatal rock slide

12/13/2013 11:47pm
The bodies of two people killed when a massive boulder smashed into their home Thursday afternoon have been recovered.

Man robs Zions Bank; police ask public for help

12/13/2013 11:59pm
The Salt Lake County Police Department is seeking help finding an alleged bank robber.
 
   
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