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October 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (17 Stories)

91-year-old gets Christmas horseback ride surprise

12/21/2013 9:33am
Staff at Canyon Creek Assisted Living and Memory Care helped 91- year-old Barbara Wynn saddle up and ride a horse.

Utah state parks anticipate raised attendance after government shutdown

12/21/2013 10:01am
Utah's state parks are making new plans to build on the buzz that grew when the national parks were shut down earlier this year.

Students with disabilities use eyes to create art for Christmas cards

12/21/2013 11:14am
A School in the Canyons District is using state-of-the-art technology to help severely disabled students.

Obama hints at changing phone records collection

12/21/2013 11:51am
President Barack Obama suggested Friday that he may be ready to make some changes in the bulk collection of Americans' phone records to allay the public's concern about privacy.

Man wanted by police for allegedly stabbing brother-in-law

12/21/2013 12:03pm
Unified Police are looking for a man who fled the scene after allegedly stabbing his brother-in-law during an argument.

Man in jail after shooting man in stomach

12/21/2013 12:40pm
A man was booked into jail on attempted murder charges after he tried to take the law into his own hands, according to police.

Santa personalizes visits to students with listening technology

12/21/2013 1:49pm
Throughout Tuesday, Santa Claus and his elf visited 180 students with severe multiple disabilities at the Kauri Sue Hamilton School in Riverton.

New solar projects in Utah, nation poised to come online

12/21/2013 3:28pm
The nation's solar power is increasing, and several projects are scheduled to come online in Utah within the next few years. Multiple counties are home to bulk solar power purchasing agreements for residents, and the cost is going down for companies.

Car crashes into semitruck on I-80

12/21/2013 4:15pm
A man and a woman are in critical condition after crashing into a semitruck Saturday morning on I-80 near milepost 133.

Weber County Clerk's Office unable to open Saturday to issue same-sex marriage licenses

12/21/2013 5:00pm
Hundreds of people started getting in line at the Weber County Clerk's office Saturday to obtain same-sex marriage licenses a day after a federal judge ruled the practice in Utah was constitutional.

Utah economy expected to grow in 2014, analysts say

12/21/2013 5:40pm
Utah's economy stands poised for growth in 2014, according to two local economic analysts. The Salt Lake Chamber and commercial real estate firm CBRE on Thursday released the Fall 2013 Economic Outlook for Utah and Salt Lake County.

UHP vehicle damaged in accident

12/21/2013 7:18pm
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper was injured in an accident in Orem on Saturday following another day of snow and slick roads.

Ogden pawn shop home to 'a million stories,' part of the community

12/21/2013 7:48pm
The Gift House has been serving the city of Ogden for almost 55 years. Owner Scott Vanleeuwen invites visitors of the pawn shop to sit down, relax and enjoy a cup of coffee.

2 petitions created by opponents, supporters of Amendment 3 decision

12/21/2013 10:21pm
Two online petitions with opposing views are gaining momentum after the federal judge's ruling that Utah's amendment 3 was unconstitutional.

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert calls aftermath of federal ruling a 'chaotic situation'

12/21/2013 10:21pm
As Utah Gov. Gary Herbert called for "an expedited judicial resolution" Saturday, same-sex couples who thought they could marry in Weber County were left disappointed.

Cause of bald eagle deaths around Utah still somewhat of a mystery

12/21/2013 10:23pm
Something is killing bald eagles in Utah, and wildlife experts are at a loss as to why. As many as 12 have died since the beginning of December; the latest death occurred Saturday morning.

UTA focusing on rider experience, overall service in 2014

12/21/2013 10:30pm
The Utah Transit Authority Board of Trustees voted unanimously Wednesday to approve an operating budget for the upcoming year. The agency's 2014 budget is estimated at $235 million, with a capital budget of $99 million.
 
   
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