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12/31/2013 6:48amTwo banks located within a few blocks of each other, were robbed within minutes of each other Monday.
12/31/2013 7:06amUtah has until the end of January to begin its defense of the state's constitutional Amendment 3, which defines marriage as the union of a man and a woman. An appellate attorney predicts a resolution to the appeal could be reached by spring.
12/31/2013 7:46amThis summer Utah saw devastating wildfires followed by devastating floods. In our look back at some of the biggest stories of 2013, we see the two go hand-in-hand.
12/31/2013 9:05amSome residents who live near a Dannon Yogurt plant in West Jordan are complaining of odors, but South Valley Water Reclamation says the company is doing nothing illegal.
12/31/2013 11:01amSki Utah's Passport program offers very inexpensive skiing and snowboarding to all Utah fifth and sixth graders. The pass is accepted at all 14 Utah ski resorts.
12/31/2013 11:10amA collection of moments from 2013, from big news stories to pictures submitted by readers.
12/31/2013 11:56amA former Park City police officer convicted of embezzling money from the department's evidence room and the Fraternal Order of Police was found dead of an apparent suicide Monday, the day he was scheduled to be sentenced in court.
12/31/2013 1:57pmA Washington state court has ordered the sheriff's office to put Steven Powell's house up for sale.
12/31/2013 2:32pmA man was charged Monday with punching a convenience store clerk unconscious during a beer robbery.
12/31/2013 4:10pmPolice have arrested a Kearns man who they say beat his father because he could "get away with it."
12/31/2013 5:15pmA man suspected of robbing three banks was arrested Monday by Salt Lake police.
12/31/2013 5:55pmNot only are same sex couples getting married in Utah after a federal court ruling struck down Utah's law defining marriage as between a man and a woman, but now gay couples are now filing for divorce — something they couldn't do previously in the state.
12/31/2013 6:08pmInvestigators have arrested a Helper woman for investigation of murder, claiming she provided prescription pills to a man who overdosed on the drugs and died.
12/31/2013 6:32pmThe great grandmother of a toddler severely injured in an apparent case of child abuse said the boy will likely be taken off life support Tuesday.
12/31/2013 7:05pmAs Colorado prepares to become the first state in the nation to allow recreational pot sales, authorities in Utah are on alert.
12/31/2013 8:00pmIf you use the change of the calendar to make goals, you join 44 percent of Americans who do the same, according to a Marist Poll. Not surprisingly, the majority of goals are related to improving health.
12/31/2013 8:51pmOne of Utah's largest police forces came under scrutiny multiple times in 2013. The deadly shooting of a young woman by West Valley police officers, resulted in a number of investigations and major changes for its troubled force.
12/31/2013 8:51pmTwo westbound lanes on I-80 were closed Tuesday afternoon when a car traveling in the wrong direction caused a head-on collision.
12/31/2013 8:54pmPolice officers in Provo will begin the new year with a new boss on Wednesday. After a nationwide search, Chief John King is taking over the department after the previous chief resigned.
12/31/2013 10:37pmArguing that same-sex marriages being performed in Utah are an "affront" to the state and its residents, the Utah Attorney General's Office asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stop them pending its appeal of a controversial district ruling.
12/31/2013 10:51pmFamilies filled downtown to ring in 2014 at the annual EVE party, which spanned three days and filled several Salt Lake City locations.
12/31/2013 10:52pmA bizarre love triangle that landed a deputy in jail and his fire chief father in the hospital, the long-awaited capture of one of Utah's most elusive fugitives, and a Layton man's unusual trip to the state Capitol were just a few of the crime stories that made Utah headlines in 2013.
12/31/2013 10:58pmThe Utah Division of Wildlife Resources said Tuesday that lab results show 27 American bald eagles that have died in Utah were infected with West Nile virus. Officials believe they may have become infected while feeding on sickened eared grebes.
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