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July 24th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (26 Stories)

Man sentenced to prison in 1994 slaying

04/09/2014 7:21am
Jose Leyva-Padilla, charged in 2010 in connection with the 1994 death of Richard Leetham, 35, was sentenced to prison Tuesday.

Missing teen found safe

04/09/2014 7:44am
Police have located a 17-year- old girl who went missing from her home Monday.

Charges dismissed against man accused of sex abuse

04/09/2014 8:00am
All charges have been dismissed against a Cedar City man accused of sexually abusing three girls living at a home for troubled teens after it was discovered that several of the alleged victims lied.

Amendment 3 debate deeper than legal questions

04/09/2014 8:07am
Larisa Mazuchelli may be like a lot of other Millennials: not much into religion herself, and not in agreement with her family's when it comes to same sex marriage.

Website finds best car rental deals as they come along

04/09/2014 8:40am
Imagine a company that always books you a better rental car deal, even if it comes along after your original booking.

Name of man killed in Ultralight accident released

04/09/2014 9:22am
Authorities have identified the man who fell to his death in an Ultralight accident Tuesday evening.

I-15 southbound reopened after full closure near 3300 exit

04/09/2014 11:35am
I-15 southbound has been reopened after being closed for several hours near the 3300 South exit.

5 common misconceptions about buying a home

04/09/2014 12:09pm
The busy spring months have arrived and the housing market is heating up in Salt Lake City. Many home buyers are likely wondering what to expect this season and how they can come out ahead of the crowd. Start by separating the myths from the facts.

Tips for going from novice to Half Ironman in 10 weeks

04/09/2014 1:07pm
With just 10 weeks to prepare, my twin sister and I set out determined to prove with a little hard work, dedication, and the support of our local community that we can go from no formal training to conquering the St. George 70.3 Ironman.

10 tips for attending Comic Con FanXperience

04/09/2014 2:10pm
Salt Lake Comic Con FanXperience is coming on April 17. Are you ready?

Study linking infidelity and divorce to Twitter use proves false

04/09/2014 4:07pm
Russell Clayton, a doctoral student in the University of Missouri School of Journalism, found that those who are active on Twitter are more likely to experience Twitter-related conflict with their romantic partners.

3-year-old passes away after completing 'bucket list'

04/09/2014 4:31pm
A 3-year-old who had previously ridden in KSL's Chopper 5 for a bucket list item has passed away.

23-year-old injured in Ogden shooting

04/09/2014 4:32pm
A 23-year-old man is in serious condition after being shot Wednesday morning, police say.

Killer swine virus hasn't reached Utah pigs, official says

04/09/2014 5:58pm
The swine virus that is threatening pork production nationwide has not reached Utah. State pork producers are aware of the epidemic in other parts of the country and have taken steps to protect their herds.

Media gets a look at 'dual personality' of new federal courthouse

04/09/2014 7:02pm
Utah's new federal courthouse will be open for business on Monday at the corner of 400 South and West Temple. On Wednesday, members of the media were given a tour of the nearly 410,000-square-foot facility.

Roy day care provider accused of killing infant

04/09/2014 7:17pm
A former DCFS employee who operated a day care center out of her Roy home has been charged with child abuse homicide in the February death of an 8-month-old child under her care.

Millions of passwords at risk with Heartbleed bug

04/09/2014 7:18pm
A flaw in the security tool that is used by two-thirds of web servers has potentially exposed passwords, banking information and other sensitive material to hackers.

2 Utah moms start subscriptions for kids' craft boxes

04/09/2014 7:34pm
After watching her daughter's kindergarten teacher come up with amazing crafts for students day after day, one Utah mom knew she had to spread the creativity around.

Behind the scenes at 'Happy' cover video shoot

04/09/2014 8:06pm
What do you get when you combine a hit song, a brand new aquarium, and a whole lot of Utah talent? A new video from Alex Boyé.

Sandy family in crisis since being displaced after fire

04/09/2014 8:15pm
A family in Sandy is in crisis tonight after they were burned out of their home Saturday afternoon.

Woods Cross woman pleads for help in finding wedding ring

04/09/2014 9:03pm
A Woods Cross woman is asking for the public's help in locating her wedding ring. She took it off while tanning at a gym a few weeks ago and hasn't seen it since.

Recovering from loss, local woman finds love in Iceland

04/09/2014 9:22pm
After losing her brother to cancer and then being involved in a serious car accident a little more than a week later, Katherine Loveless resolved to spend a year in Iceland for a change of pace.

Injury: When is it smarter to call a lawyer or leave it be?

04/09/2014 9:30pm
Take extra care as you head into spring. Watch your step. Pay attention as you go. And when there's trouble or an accident, seek good legal advice from someone dependable.

Man arrested after living as unregistered sex offender for 20 years

04/09/2014 9:39pm
Incarcerated in California for sex offense, Gary Albritton moved to Utah and failed to register with the state, living under the radar in Cedar City for 20 years.

Art project targets drone attacks

04/09/2014 9:41pm
Identified by the hashtag #notabugsplat, a large art installation project, created by artists with the collaboration of Inside Out, aims to reduce the number of civilians killed in unmanned drone strikes.

Reyes requests stay of same-sex adoptions in Utah

04/09/2014 10:34pm
The Utah Attorney General's Office is petitioning the Utah Court of Appeals to halt same-sex adoption proceedings as it appeals a federal judge's ruling that overturned the state's constitutional definition of marriage.
 
   
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