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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

AP IMPACT: The world braces for retirement crisis

12/30/2013 5:12am
A global retirement crisis is bearing down on workers of all ages.

House fire sends 1 woman to hospital

12/30/2013 9:22am
One woman was taken to the hospital to be treated for minor smoke inhalation following an early morning house fire.

5 tips for safe holiday travel

12/30/2013 9:37am
It's a good bet that being stranded on the roadway is not on anyone's holiday wish list. Winter is one of the most dangerous times of year for travel with icy roads and freezing temperatures. As families across the state gear up for holiday travel, AAA has some safety tips to help Utahans avoid being stuck on the roadside unprepared.

BYU bowl recap: 'deja vu all over again'

12/30/2013 9:52am
Yogi Berra, the great Yankee catcher, once famously said, "it's deja vu all over again!" The redundancy of this statement adequately describes how BYU's bowl game against Washington mirrored much of the 2013 season for the Cougars.

Deer Valley offers skiers escape from motorized recreation

12/30/2013 11:01am
Deer Valley Winter Recreation Area is a winter wonderland escape from the red sandstone deserts of southern Utah and offers quiet solitude for cross-country skiing and other non-motorized winter recreation.

New Year events for families across Utah

12/30/2013 11:54am
As 2014 approaches, parents may be wondering how, exactly, they are going to ring in the new year with their little ones.

Police: Driver claims 'voices in head' told him to let go of wheel

12/30/2013 1:27pm
A truck rolled on northbound I-15 Monday morning after the driver reported hearing voices, according to UHP. The crash closed a freeway ramp and backed up traffic.

Utah not picked by FAA for drone-testing sites

12/30/2013 4:33pm
Utah is one of 18 states that missed out on a chance to become a Federal Aviation Administration drone-testing site Monday.

New BYU study offers hope for malnourished children

12/30/2013 4:44pm
A recent study conducted by a Brigham Young University professor shines new light on the subject of undernourished children in third world countries.

Woods Cross residents upset about train horns in 'quiet zone'

12/30/2013 5:55pm
Woods Cross city leaders have fielded what they describe as "numerous" complaints from residents over train horns blaring at all times of day in an area that is supposed to be a railroad "quiet zone."

Steven Powell tries again to have $1.9M civil judgment thrown out

12/30/2013 6:13pm
Steven Powell is still fighting the $1.9 million civil judgment against him.

Family concerned after heat erroneously turned off in freezing weather

12/30/2013 6:57pm
A Utah woman made her payments on time every month and even had credit on her account, but her Questar Gas was shut off and not turned back on for several days.

Wayne County man becomes first in Utah to receive vision-restoring implant

12/30/2013 7:51pm
A telescope smaller than a pea was implanted in Craig Chappell's eye Dec. 26 by Dr. Majid Moshirfar, director of the Moran Eye Center's Refractive Surgery Program and Cornea Program.

New Utah A.G. sworn in, says he's ready to take on gay marriage appeal

12/30/2013 8:04pm
Just moments after being sworn in Monday, Attorney General Sean Reyes told reporters the state is ready to file a request with the U.S. Supreme Court for a stay in the federal court ruling striking down Amendment 3.

Unwed father alleges racketeering in adoption lawsuit

12/30/2013 8:13pm
A West Jordan attorney and his client are suing for $130 million over an adoption they say was unlawful, citing a federal act typically used to prosecute gang members and others involved in organized crime.

Bountiful e-cigarette stores given more time to relocate

12/30/2013 8:28pm
Less than a week after several Bountiful shop owners were told they had to close by the end of the year, city officials are giving them more time to relocate.

4 of the best shopping mall play areas in Utah

12/30/2013 9:18pm
Many shopping malls throughout the state have indoor play areas. These areas are free and can usually keep the kids occupied for long enough that a tired mom or dad can snag a short peek at a book or just sit and relax.

Neighborhood left out of school boundary decision, parents say

12/30/2013 9:27pm
Parents in one neighborhood feel they're being left out of the process when it comes to changing school boundaries that affect their kids. All four of Jordan District's options give their children the same result.

Top stories of 2013: Martin MacNeill

12/30/2013 9:34pm
The murder trial of Martin MacNeill made headlines across the U.S. during 2013. The month-long trial attracted national attention, and MacNeill was found guilty of killing his wife Michele.

1-year-old placed on life support; mother's boyfriend arrested

12/30/2013 10:38pm
A Salt Lake City man was arrested Monday after his girlfriend's 1-year-old son was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.

Cases of flu sweeping across US; 170 hospitalized in Utah

12/30/2013 10:39pm
Many Utahns are currently coughing, achy and weak. Flu season is in full swing, and doctors say within the past few weeks they've seen a spike in cases in Utah.
 
   
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