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August 31st, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

1 man arrested, 1 missing after police chase

05/16/2014 6:45am
Police are searching for a man who led police on a dangerous car chase in Salt Lake County. A passenger in the fleeing car was arrested.

Elderly man hit neighbor with shovel, faces charges, police say

05/16/2014 7:30am
An 85-year-old man who told police he wanted to "knock his (neighbor's) head off" was charged Thursday with aggravated assault.

Police learn how to spot human trafficking

05/16/2014 8:56am
On the heels of a couple of high-profile human trafficking cases in Utah, the Utah Department of Public Safety held a conference Thursday to give training to patrol officers on signs to look for.

Former West Valley lieutenant's demotion overturned

05/16/2014 9:36am
A civil service commission for West Valley City on Thursday overturned the demotion of a former police lieutenant who oversaw the department's narcotics unit before it was disbanded.

Ask a Chef: Succulent salmon recipes

05/16/2014 10:04am
Succulent salmon recipes that will make your mouth water.

AG ordered to explain 'willful disregard' of same-sex adoption decree

05/16/2014 10:06am
A 3rd District judge has ordered Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes to explain the state's refusal to recognize a same-sex couple's legal adoption.

Provo teacher pleads not guilty to sex abuse

05/16/2014 10:27am
A high school science teacher in Provo accused of sexually abusing a female student has pleaded not guilty.

Man arrested for enticement of a minor

05/16/2014 3:43pm
A man previously convicted of aggravated exploitation of a prostitute was arrested Thursday for allegedly trying to meet up with a 13-year- old girl on Craigslist.

Ax-wielding man attempts to kill mother, police say

05/16/2014 4:20pm
A man attempting to kill his mother was arrested Friday morning.

Man shot at Cache Valley Hospital

05/16/2014 4:25pm
A man who allegedly pulled out a gun inside Cache Valley Hospital was shot by law enforcement officers Friday morning.

Report: Sundance Film Festival generated $86.4M for Utah in 2014

05/16/2014 4:40pm
A new report by the University of Utah Bureau of Economic and Business Research found that the 2014 Sundance Film Festival generated $86.4 million for the state.

Double amputee competes at state track meet

05/16/2014 5:14pm
Hunter Woodhall beat his personal record to qualify for the high school state track meet.

Captured monkey's owner identified, police say

05/16/2014 5:56pm
Police are looking for the owner of a monkey that was taken into custody in the Coral Canyon area on Wednesday.

UDOT races to remove snow from Mirror Lake Highway

05/16/2014 6:11pm
Temperatures along the Wasatch Front are warming up, but in the high country, workers are still tackling some of winter's lingering woes. The Utah Department of Transportation is working to clear Mirror Lake Highway by Memorial Day weekend.

4 dead, 4 injured in accident involving human smuggling

05/16/2014 7:37pm
Four people have died and four more were injured in an accident on I- 70 that police believe may have been a smuggling incident.

One-on-one with Seth Meyers

05/16/2014 8:03pm
In Brooke Walker's one-on-one interview with Seth Meyers, he talks about settling into his new studio home, becoming a better performer, and what's important in marriage.

Local schools changing valedictorian system

05/16/2014 9:02pm
Some high schools in the state have altered the traditional methods of awarding their top students, creating more opportunity for high achievers.

Officials say refinery emissions are smelly but not dangerous

05/16/2014 9:07pm
Davis County health officials say residents near the Silver Eagle Refinery have no reason to worry, even though their noses might sense otherwise.

Prices increase to help Timpanogos Cave serve crowds

05/16/2014 9:33pm
Every year, thousands of visitors flock to the Timpanogos Cave National Monument in American Fork Canyon, and a new service fee will allow visitors to book popular tours of the park in advance.

Utah pilots train in high-altitude simulator

05/16/2014 9:53pm
Several hundred Utah pilots signed up to go through a special simulator training course increase their safety at high altitudes.

Utah Supreme Court grants stay in same-sex adoption cases

05/16/2014 10:18pm
The Utah Supreme Court issued a stay of several district court judges' orders to the Utah Department of Health requiring the issuance of birth certificates in same-sex parent adoptions.

Man arrested who allegedly impersonated officer, invaded home

05/16/2014 10:27pm
Sandy Police arrested one of the men they believe impersonated a police officer as part a home invasion.

Father says Canyon School District withheld information about bus driver

05/16/2014 10:43pm
The father of a Draper Park Middle School student with special needs says authorities need to further investigate the actions of a former Canyons School District bus driver accused of sexual assault.

Freedom Memorial dedicated in Sandy

05/16/2014 10:48pm
Sandy's Utah Freedom Memorial was dedicated on Friday. The memorial was built to educate Americans on the cost of freedom.
 
   
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