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August 21st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (25 Stories)

'Everyone has a story to tell,' says Sterling Scholar winner

03/13/2014 6:53am
Springville High School film student Jacob Buhler was named the 2014 General Sterling Scholar and given the state skilled and technical science award.

After 2 heartbreaks, Utah family adopts baby from China

03/13/2014 8:03am
A family from Salt Lake City has spent nearly two years working on an adoption that finally became a reality Tuesday afternoon.

Potential donors line up for cheek swabs that may save lives

03/13/2014 9:06am
Volunteers 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.

Deputy accused of DUI crash resigns

03/13/2014 10:06am
A Washington County deputy has resigned after authorities say he rolled his police vehicle while under the influence.

St. Patrick's parade organizers plead for funds to pay new fee

03/13/2014 10:23am
The 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.

7 essential items to have in your vehicle during a backcountry journey

03/13/2014 11:13am
Keep these seven items in your vehicle and they can save your bacon if things go wrong on your next trip into the backcountry.

Man arrested after breaking car, home windows, police say

03/13/2014 11:49am
A man resisted being arrested with a pocket knife in each hand after breaking car and home windows, police said.

Sandy police looking for Zions Bank robber

03/13/2014 11:53am
Police are looking for a man who robbed a bank on Thursday morning.

Mom of daughter with spina bifida: 'Life is different but good'

03/13/2014 12:06pm
A 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.

BYU chemist makes breakthrough discovery on natural gas

03/13/2014 12:50pm
Research 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.

4 ways to welcome the arrival of spring

03/13/2014 1:08pm
The first official day of spring is less than a week away.

Battles brews over transmission line; Prison relocation commission approved

03/13/2014 2:44pm
Here'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

Video of robot table tennis match goes viral, draws criticism

03/13/2014 4:06pm
A 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.

Home burglarized after man returns from charity trip

03/13/2014 4:44pm
A little more than a week after returning from a service trip to the Philippines, Eric Bates' home was burglarized.

Heart-healthy foods can make you feel better

03/13/2014 6:31pm
Small changes to your food can improve your health. A balanced, natural diet will give you new energy and a clear head.

Backers flood to support local product

03/13/2014 7:09pm
A Provo startup company has received support for a typically unexciting product: a nightlight.

Utah-based company creates welcome pavilion for 2016 Olympics

03/13/2014 7:20pm
In 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.

A bit of Utah history comes down for a new charter school

03/13/2014 7:57pm
Glass 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.

Sportsmen's Expo shows kids to the great outdoors

03/13/2014 9:16pm
The International Sportsmen's Expo features a youth fair that aims to teach children to enjoy and appreciate wildlife.

Man who abused autistic teen makes 2nd parole bid

03/13/2014 9:17pm
A 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.

Utah legislators to close out 2014 session

03/13/2014 10:26pm
Utah 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.

Graco adds more than 403,000 child seats to recall

03/13/2014 10:32pm
Graco 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.

Hospital locates woman's tissue for testing

03/13/2014 10:41pm
A woman whose tissue sample was lost in the mail has newfound hope, as the hospital that performed her surgery has found a testable sample.

Community comes together to make a sick boy's dream come true

03/13/2014 10:42pm
A 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.

LDS missionary from Utah dies in Micronesia

03/13/2014 10:56pm
A Mormon missionary serving in Micronesia died Thursday from injuries suffered in a fall.
 
   
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