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September 23rd, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (20 Stories)

Residents voice concern over proposed pipeline through Bountiful

02/21/2014 7:02am
A group of Bountiful residents are concerned about Tesoro's proposed crude oil pipeline that could take the unrefined oil down one of the city's major thoroughfares.

Bill passes to restrict dog breed laws; House GOP gives OK to prison move

02/21/2014 12:22pm
The House GOP caucus finally lent their support Thursday to move the Draper prison for development. The House also passed a bill to restrict cities from banning certain dog breeds and a committee passed a bill to mandate a buffer between residents and the new Stericycle plant.

Off-duty police officer helps save life at Del Taco

02/21/2014 12:56pm
Officer James Skinner saw an unresponsive man lying on the pavement while leaving the Del Taco in Lehi with his family, police said.

Mom who bought 'inappropriate' PacSun shirts receives national support

02/21/2014 1:48pm
The Orem woman who made headlines by purchasing almost $600 worth of T-shirts she said were indecent says she is getting offers of money from around the country to help pay her tab, but she's not taking any money — she's asking people to donate to anti-porn groups instead.

Photo Gallery: Locations to visit around the US

02/21/2014 2:51pm
Utah is a beautiful state known for its national parks and for the snowcapped mountains and ski resorts. However, the states surrounding Utah also have a lot to offer when it comes to beautiful spots and landscape features. Here are some photos showcasing some of the beauty that the U.S. has to offer.

Police looking into lewdness reports in Ogden neighborhood

02/21/2014 5:33pm
Police are working with the Ogden School District after multiple reports have been made about a man engaging in lewd behavior.

Murray mayor cites need for 'fresh ideas' in firing of police chief

02/21/2014 6:16pm
Murray's new mayor says it's time for a change in his city's police department.

Cancer claims life of Utah teen devoted to 'making lemonade'

02/21/2014 6:33pm
The Hess family knows a thing or two about making the most out of what life hands you. That's because life handed them cancer.

3 people held up SLC jewelry store, police say

02/21/2014 7:07pm
Police are investigating a robbery where three people wearing masks held up a jewelry store in Salt Lake City.

Explosion at industrial plant injures 2 workers

02/21/2014 7:08pm
Two workers were burned after explosion at a magnesium plant in Tooele County Friday morning.

Bill raising smoking age to 21 passes committee

02/21/2014 7:10pm
A Senate committee approved a bill Thursday that would restrict anyone under 21 from using or purchasing tobacco or e-cigarettes.

House OKs bill providing technology grants to some Utah schools

02/21/2014 7:12pm
The Utah House of Representatives passed a bill Friday that would provide grants for schools transitioning to digital textbooks.

Powder at LDS Church Office Building tests negatively for threat

02/21/2014 7:15pm
Powder found inside envelopes mailed to the downtown Church Office Building Friday resulted in six people being evaluated by emergency crews.

2 arrested in string of home burglaries in Holladay, Millcreek

02/21/2014 7:23pm
Unified police detectives have arrested two people, but are looking for others suspected in a recent uptick in home break-ins in Holladay and Millcreek.

Student-led program seeks to combat bullying in Uintah School District

02/21/2014 7:38pm
A group of Uintah High School students has developed a program aimed at preventing younger kids from becoming bullies.

Bill allowing hemp use for seizure treatment clears first hurdle

02/21/2014 9:01pm
Parents of epileptic children hugged and cried Friday after a House committee voted 8-2 to send to the House floor a bill that would allow cannabis extract in Utah for seizure treatment.

Fire destroys wood shop in Beaver Dam

02/21/2014 9:33pm
A fire sparked while woodworking burned a shop to the ground and damaged a nearby home Friday in Beaver Dam, Box Elder County.

Large number of bank robberies prompts prevention training

02/21/2014 10:04pm
An unusually high number of bank robberies continued Friday night. In response, the Salt Lake City Police Department announced a "Bank Safety Summit" to be held Tuesday.

Utahn returns home after biking 730 miles across Antarctica

02/21/2014 10:17pm
Ice biking is not an Olympic sport, but a Utahn recently finished a trek to the bottom of the world that just might be worthy of a medal. Dan Burton spent 51 days, in sub-zero temperatures, riding his bike to the South Pole.

Advocates calling for change in law to help Utah's homeless youth

02/21/2014 11:03pm
Some homeless advocates claim Utah law is stopping them from helping teens who are out on the streets. A handful of people are pushing a bill that could change that.
 
   
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