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December 19th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (21 Stories)

Repair your marriage: Part 3 — Giving is the key

01/20/2014 6:38am
In this part of repairing your marriage, Coach Kim explains how seeing yourself accurately, forgiving and giving are the key to creating a strong relationship.

Competition between women appears prevalent, study shows

01/20/2014 7:38am
Women can be aggressive toward those they see as competition. While this idea may not be new, a new study published in the journal Aggressive Behavior says this behavior can be subversive and is prevalent.

Dry air in Utah same as Sahara Desert, study says

01/20/2014 12:50pm
Salt Lake City and Ogden are featured on a top ten list of cities with the driest air in the United States.

70-year-old man in serious condition after being hit by car

01/20/2014 2:32pm
Police are investigating an auto-pedestrian accident that left a 70-year-old man in serious condition Monday.

Hurricane approves measures to increase mountain biking tourism

01/20/2014 3:18pm
In Southern Utah, Hurricane may be rising up as a prominent mountain biking destination.

Grieving mother helps families after losing a child to heart defect

01/20/2014 5:22pm
Amanda Zornes lost her 3-day-old daughter, Abigail, to a congenital heart defect that was undetected in utero. Amidst her grief and feelings of loneliness, Zornes decided to help others who have children with CHD.

Enoch horse found starving, frozen to ground dies

01/20/2014 5:50pm
Elsa, a horse found frozen to the ground earlier this month in Enoch, passed away Saturday afternoon.

Utah filmmaker's 'bizarro' art goes on exhibit

01/20/2014 6:31pm
The props used in a cult sci-fi movie based on a historic Mormon story are on display at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art.

Utah company to send technology to 1st drilling mission to Mars

01/20/2014 7:44pm
A Utah company is contributing to a 2018 space exploration and the search for life on Mars with their holographic gratings.

Bad air quality becomes a 'turn off' for Utah visitors

01/20/2014 7:46pm
The deterioration of Utah's air quality this week is not going unnoticed by visitors to Utah.

Martin Luther King Jr. contest highlights standing for something

01/20/2014 7:54pm
Eighteen junior high and high school students were recognized Wednesday for winning an essay and video contest focused on Martin Luther King Jr.

More people getting student loans but not degrees

01/20/2014 8:00pm
Recent reports show there is a growing number of people with student loan debt, but not all of those people are finishing school. Financial counselors say this debt could become a bigger problem for dropouts.

Richfield man arrested Sunday after barricade, standoff

01/20/2014 8:22pm
A man, armed and allegedly suicidal, was barricaded in his home Sunday when Richfield City police officers responded to a call of reported threats.

'Babies Ruin Bodies' blog post resonates with thousands

01/20/2014 8:28pm
Even before she got pregnant, someone told N'tima Preusser that "having a baby will ruin your body." After the birth of her first daughter in 2013, Preusser came to see and love herself through her daughter's eyes.

Thieves steal 3 idling cars within 3 hours in Cottonwood Heights

01/20/2014 8:30pm
Cottonwood Heights police are investigating three vehicle thefts Monday that occurred in less than three hours and involved vehicles that had been left unattended and unlocked while warming up.

New spider species discovered by USU students

01/20/2014 8:58pm
USU alumnae Stephanie Cobbold and Lori Spears are credited as having discovered a new species of spider that, so far, has only been found in Cache County.

Car and TRAX train collide

01/20/2014 9:20pm
A car and a TRAX train collided at West Temple and South Temple Monday morning.

Lone Peak prepares to win 4th state championship

01/20/2014 10:15pm
A year ago, TJ Haws was a starter for the only high school basketball team in Utah history to win a National championship, and now he is trying to make history again with the Lone Peak High basketball team.

Man arrested after allegedly abducting wife, son

01/20/2014 10:29pm
A woman and her teenage son were taken into protective custody Monday morning after allegedly being abducted.

'They were my whole world,' says father of Spanish Fork victims

01/20/2014 10:39pm
Jeff King lost his only daughter, his grandchildren and ex-wife Thursday when police say Joshua Boren shot and killed his wife, children and mother-in-law at home in Spanish Fork. King said he is struggling to understand and cope with the deaths.

Living Planet Aquarium grand opening delayed

01/20/2014 10:46pm
Living Planet Aquarium representatives hoped the Draper facility would be up and running by the end of December, but the project has been plagued with delays and setbacks.
 
   
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