July 6th, 2015
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03/13/2014 6:53amSpringville High School film student Jacob Buhler was named the 2014 General Sterling Scholar and given the state skilled and technical science award.
03/13/2014 8:03amA family from Salt Lake City has spent nearly two years working on an adoption that finally became a reality Tuesday afternoon.
03/13/2014 9:06amVolunteers collected cheek swab samples Tuesday in hopes of generating matches for those needing bone marrow transplants at a registry sponsored by Granger Medical Clinic, Be the Match and the American Childhood Cancer Organization.
03/13/2014 10:06amA Washington County deputy has resigned after authorities say he rolled his police vehicle while under the influence.
03/13/2014 10:23amThe organizers of this Saturday's St. Patrick's Day parade in Salt Lake City are begging for donations. They say they have to raise cash fast to pay for a new fee.
03/13/2014 11:13amKeep these seven items in your vehicle and they can save your bacon if things go wrong on your next trip into the backcountry.
03/13/2014 11:49amA man resisted being arrested with a pocket knife in each hand after breaking car and home windows, police said.
03/13/2014 11:53amPolice are looking for a man who robbed a bank on Thursday morning.
03/13/2014 12:06pmA lot of spunk and spirit. That is what you feel instantly when you step into a room with 9-year-old Madison Newbold, whose quality of life has drastically improved thanks to doctors at and donations to Primary Children's Hospital.
03/13/2014 12:50pmResearch published Thursday in Science magazine involving the work of a Brigham Young University professor details a breakthrough involving the conversion of natural gas to liquid alcohol fuel.
03/13/2014 1:08pmThe first official day of spring is less than a week away.
03/13/2014 2:44pmHere's a look at everything that's happening on the Hill: Lawmakers passed a bill to help create a convention hotel in downtown Salt Lake City and a bill that would require DNA sampling when people are booked with felony charges. Lawmakers also are in the middle of debating about the future of a huge electrical transmission line that's destined to cross Utah
03/13/2014 4:06pmA German robotics company has produced a machine it says can best even the most skilled of table tennis players, but not every one is convinced.
03/13/2014 4:44pmA little more than a week after returning from a service trip to the Philippines, Eric Bates' home was burglarized.
03/13/2014 6:31pmSmall changes to your food can improve your health. A balanced, natural diet will give you new energy and a clear head.
03/13/2014 7:09pmA Provo startup company has received support for a typically unexciting product: a nightlight.
03/13/2014 7:20pmIn 2016, Rio de Janeiro will welcome the world's athletes, dignitaries and tourists as it hosts the Summer Games. The Olympics are a great platform for worldwide exposure, and a Utah company is working to promote the United States.
03/13/2014 7:57pmGlass towers at the former 49th Street Galleria and Fun Dome were ceremoniously demolished Thursday in preparation for a charter school set to take over the building in July.
03/13/2014 9:16pmThe International Sportsmen's Expo features a youth fair that aims to teach children to enjoy and appreciate wildlife.
03/13/2014 9:17pmA Duchesne County man who sexually assaulted an autistic teenager at a Vernal recreation center in 2009 had his second parole hearing Thursday. The victim's family and members of the inmate's family oppose his release.
03/13/2014 10:26pmUtah lawmakers are putting final touches on the state spending budget and moving through dozens of bills as they wrap up this year's legislative session.
03/13/2014 10:32pmGraco Children's Products has added more than 403,000 child seats to last month's recall of 3.8 million to replace faulty harness buckles.
03/13/2014 10:41pmA woman whose tissue sample was lost in the mail has newfound hope, as the hospital that performed her surgery has found a testable sample.
03/13/2014 10:42pmA boy in Price, Utah, will become an honorary police officer this weekend, thanks to his charming nature winning over the community that came together to make his dream happen.
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