July 1st, 2015
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08/05/2014 6:56amShane Roy Gillette, 38, was ordered to serve two consecutive sentences of zero to five years in prison for the 2011 crash that killed Julie Ann Jorgenson. Gillette hit Jorgenson's stopped vehicle going around 70 mph in downtown Salt Lake City.
08/05/2014 8:22amLance Allred, the first legally deaf NBA player, was among the coaches hoping to teach boys at a Utah basketball camp who are deaf or hearing impaired about more than just basketball.
08/05/2014 10:09amPark City is a popular travel destination for winter, but did you know there are great summer options too? Check out these deals for fun things to do in Park City.
08/05/2014 10:12amA Utah woman is reaching out on social media to try to find two people who likely saved her life. She broke her neck in a car accident three weeks ago and wants to thank the couple who stopped to help her on the side of the road.
08/05/2014 11:15amPolice are asking for help to locate vandals who damaged about 20 vehicles in one spree.
08/05/2014 11:22amThe Clyde Lake Loop is a perfect way to experience the High Uintas with a moderately challenging hike that rewards visitors with picturesque views, dense forests and a lofty viewpoint overlooking dozens of secluded, glacier carved lakes.
08/05/2014 11:47amA man was arrested after neighbors reported hearing him yell from the roof of a shed Tuesday morning.
08/05/2014 11:57amA Duchesne County man who shot another man in the head while the victim was driving past his property has received a suspended prison sentence after spending almost five years in jail while his case was resolved.
08/05/2014 12:15pmA man had to be extricated from his truck by emergency personnel after hitting a bridge guardrail Tuesday.
08/05/2014 12:41pmMonday's weather brought some great images across the state.
08/05/2014 1:04pmLots of events are happening as a part of Outdoor Retailer Summer Market this weekend, and here are five things to check out while at Outdoor Retailer.
08/05/2014 2:01pmA busy, health-conscious family trying to stay on budget finds some help in a revolutionary, Utah-born invention.
08/05/2014 3:04pmA former West Valley Police detective will testify at a hearing about the evidence against him in October, his attorneys told a judge Tuesday. But first they are going to ask that the case against Shaun Cowley be dismissed.
08/05/2014 4:08pmBYU is opening its stadium parking lot to the public on Thursday for its annual farmers market.
08/05/2014 4:31pmA federal judge Tuesday set a trial date for St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson and four associates who allegedly bilked millions of dollars from customers in an Internet marketing scam.
08/05/2014 4:36pmA 3-year-old girl was rescued from a pond and taken to the hospital in serious condition after a near-drowning experience Tuesday, officials said.
08/05/2014 4:59pmMonday evening's severe rainstorm caused landslides and also partially collapsed the roof of Dad's Ice Cream.
08/05/2014 6:19pmUtah on Tuesday became the first state to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to weigh in on its law banning same-sex marriage that two lower courts have struck down.
08/05/2014 6:33pmIt's been more than half a century since national pride and economics began to drive the effort to get more young Americans interested in studying science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM.
08/05/2014 7:02pmDetectives served a search warrant on a massage parlor under investigation for offering sexual favors during massages and arrested the owner Tuesday, police said.
08/05/2014 7:28pmA Payson man created a company to produce wooden sunglasses, and his Kickstarter campaign has raised over $22,000.
08/05/2014 8:17pmWhile the fight over Common Core rages, Utah's public schools face other more daunting challenges, such as large class sizes and demoralized teachers.
08/05/2014 9:26pmVernal police officers will no longer be dispatched to close intersections for funeral processions. The move has upset some residents who accuse elected officials of failing to show proper respect for the dead and for their families.
08/05/2014 9:42pmAbout 1 inch of rain in a 45-minute span caused one home to be evacuated and around eight to 10 others to experience minimal to moderate water damage Tuesday, a city official said.
08/05/2014 10:30pmFamiles in 27 homes along a hillside here remained displaced following a massive landslide that crushed one house, damaged a tennis and swim club, and placed other homes directly in harm's way Tuesday morning.
08/05/2014 10:32pmRainstorms have triggered destructive conditions for many areas in Utah, including flooding in Carbon, Emery and Weber counties, as well as a landslide in North Salt Lake.
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