July 4th, 2015
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12/14/2013 10:58amA BYU student qualified for the luge Olympic team on Friday.
12/14/2013 11:42amThe Governor's Office of Economic Development announced that Zhejiang Walt Technologies, one of the largest sock knitters in the world, will soon be expanding operations in Cache County.
12/14/2013 12:38pmA Utah teen gets a surprise from his marching band mates after he missed marching with them in the Pearl Harbor Day parade.
12/14/2013 1:59pmXMission founder Pete Ashdown was one of three members of a panel Friday to discuss with University of Utah students the role of the National Security Agency and the rising generation's role in protecting anonymity.
12/14/2013 5:55pmIt took much of Saturday, but members of the GOP State Central Committee finally chose three candidates to replace former Attorney General John Swallow — Sean Reyes, Robert Smith and Brian Tarbet.
12/14/2013 6:07pmFour people were treated for smoke inhalation and a cat was killed in a fire that torched at least one unit and damaged others at the Cedar Springs Condominiums in Centerville on Saturday afternoon.
12/14/2013 6:18pmPolice officers joined the holiday crowds early Saturday, helping little Christmas shoppers check off their own little lists.
12/14/2013 7:13pmThe snow has been piling up in Utah's mountains over the past few weeks, keeping the skiers and snowboarders happy — but it is also great for the watershed. In fact, there is a whole underground aquifer in Little Cottonwood Canyon that plays a big part in our drinking water.
12/14/2013 7:54pmAfter a nearly $500 million bond for new buildings failed to gain voter support, officials with the Jordan School District are now considering several school boundary changes to address student growth.
12/14/2013 8:39pmStudents in the Peer Leadership Team and Service Learning class at Corner Canyon High School coordinated a donation drive as a class project for the Utah Association for the Intellectually Disabled.
12/14/2013 9:51pmFor the artists who contribute to the holiday candy windows at Macy's City Creek, the display represents a lot of hard work. For one artist this year, it also tells a story of family.
12/14/2013 10:29pmAn overnight fire in Layton took over 50 minutes get under control and destroyed a new house under construction.
12/14/2013 10:34pmA 41-year-old Iron County Jail inmate was flown to a northern Utah hospital Saturday after it was discovered he needed emergency medical care.
12/14/2013 11:10pmA multiplevehicle crash involving a semitruck briefly closed U.S. Highway 40 on Saturday night and sent seven people to the hospital with minor injuries, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
12/14/2013 11:11pmIn this season of giving, a community has rallied around a Utah County woman who's dealing with immense loss. Her husband suddenly died Friday night, just one day after the birth of their first child.
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