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July 10th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (25 Stories)

Repair your marriage: Part 1

01/06/2014 6:37am
This is the first in a five-part series on improving your marriage. In this article, Coach Kim helps you to see your marriage problems from a different perspective, and as always, this changes everything.

Tourism budget increases; major return on investment expected

01/06/2014 7:39am
Governor Gary Herbert is hoping to bring more tourists into the state by increasing the money the state will spend on marketing.

Credit cards will be more secure with new technology, experts say

01/06/2014 8:03am
The recent theft of 40 million credit and debit card numbers from Target shoppers highlights a big vulnerability with those cards. The industry plans to take on cyber thieves with what's called a smart card.

Intelligence work most important part of Olympic security, Romney says

01/06/2014 9:00am
Security is a top concern with about a month to go until the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Former Olympic leader Mitt Romney weighed in, saying he believes Russia cannot afford to be caught off guard.

5 great winter sport products

01/06/2014 11:01am
From snowshoes to wearable sleeping bags, here are five winter sport products that make the grade.

BYU football 2013 season recap

01/06/2014 11:13am
Prior to their bowl game, BYU football head coach Bronco Mendenhall said, "I am already calling this season a success." This article will discuss the highs and lows of the 2013 season and allow readers to decide if they agree with Mendenhall or not.

Police find $10K worth of meth after arresting 2 car theft suspects

01/06/2014 12:59pm
Cooperation between police in Vernal and Heber City led to the arrests of two vehicle-burglary suspects and the seizure of about $10,000 worth of methamphetamine.

Smashed statues restored, returned to church

01/06/2014 1:33pm
Six of eight statues that were smashed by vandals were restored and returned to a Magna parish Sunday.

Draper man looking for stolen journal containing 'irreplaceable' writings

01/06/2014 2:31pm
A Draper man said someone broke into his car and stole a black journal containing poetry and writings from his struggle to overcome addiction.

Pilot with drug conviction arrested for drugs, charges of rape

01/06/2014 6:01pm
A man previously convicted of flying marijuana into Utah now faces allegations of rape and drug distribution in Oregon.

High court's halt to gay marriage doesn't discourage Utah plaintiffs

01/06/2014 6:29pm
There's no question that the U.S. Supreme Court's Monday ruling to place a stay on gay marriages in Utah is causing some confusion. But for those at the heart of the case, this is just one step on a big ladder, and they're not discouraged.

2 more Wasatch Front bank robberies make 25 since November

01/06/2014 6:45pm
Two more banks were robbed in Salt Lake City on Monday. The incidents marked the 23rd and 24th bank robberies along the Wasatch Front since Nov. 2, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Martin MacNeill 'struggling' in jail, attorney says

01/06/2014 6:55pm
Martin MacNeill, who was convicted in November of killing his wife, returned to a Provo courtroom Monday to answer to charges of sexually abusing one of his daughters.

Nonprofit group offering surgeries for children bullied over deformities

01/06/2014 7:37pm
A non-profit group out of New York is providing free plastic surgeries to children and youth who claim they have been bullied because of their physical deformities.

Man who cut wrist inside store charged with aggravated assault

01/06/2014 7:50pm
A man who severely slashed his own wrist inside a Smith's Food and Drug store on New Year's Eve after being approached by police told officers he believed there was $1 billion inside the store for him.

$6K in tools stolen from Davis County contractor's work trailer

01/06/2014 8:05pm
A business owner is out $6,000 worth of tools after a thief broke into his work trailer and stole most of his tools. Now deputies are hoping the cold weather might provide a lead in the case.

'Fixer' for former AG hires new defense attorney

01/06/2014 8:19pm
The man who saw himself as former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff's "fixer" has retained defense attorney Ron Yengich.

Sexting starts as young as 12, study says

01/06/2014 8:31pm
Sexting starts as young as 12 years old for some kids, a new study says. Study authors said adolescents who participated in such messages were more likely to engage in other sexual acts.

Girl in critical condition after falling from truck bed

01/06/2014 8:58pm
A 16-year-old girl was in critical condition Monday after falling from a moving pickup truck, police said.

Fight over TV remote ends in felony charges for homicide suspect

01/06/2014 9:02pm
A jailhouse fight over the TV remote control has suspect in a Utah cold-case homicide facing a felony assault charge.

U.S. Supreme Court puts Utah same-sex marriage on hold

01/06/2014 9:25pm
The U.S. Supreme Court put the brakes on same-sex marriage in Utah on Monday, setting up a legal battle in federal appeals court that could eventually wend its way back to the high court.

Utah man sets record by biking 500 miles across South Pole

01/06/2014 10:42pm
The owner of Epic Biking in Saratoga Springs is well on his way to becoming the first person to ride a bicycle to the South Pole.

TRAX train hits pedestrian near Ballpark Station

01/06/2014 10:43pm
A woman was killed in a TRAX accident Monday evening.

Landslide at Bingham Canyon Mine triggered earthquakes, geologists say

01/06/2014 10:55pm
New studies released are stating that the landslide at Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine actually triggered a dozen small earthquakes.

Dash-cam video shows dangers of distracted driving

01/06/2014 10:56pm
A Utah Highway Patrol trooper was almost killed after a near-miss with a semitruck, and his dashboard camera recorded the whole thing.
 
   
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