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October 22nd, 2014
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Sunday Edition: 113th Congress, domestic violence and Utah Lake bridge

01/06/2013 9:00am
A new Congress convenes. Where will the hard-liners lead the nation? Plus, domestic violence deaths in Utah reaching an epidemic proportion. Doug Wright floats the idea of building a bridge across Utah Lake.

Orrin Hatch feels 'debt of obligation' in final term as senator

01/06/2013 9:05am
Sen. Orrin Hatch took the oath of office in the U.S. Senate on Thursday for the seventh and final time.

Orrin Hatch feels 'debt of obligation' in final term as senator

01/06/2013 9:05am
Sen. Orrin Hatch took the oath of office in the U.S. Senate on Thursday for the seventh and final time.

Cities offer curb-side pick up for old Christmas trees

01/06/2013 9:45am
With the new year marking the end of the holiday season, cities are again offering to take old Christmas trees out of residents' hands.

Cities offer curb-side pick up for old Christmas trees

01/06/2013 9:45am
With the new year marking the end of the holiday season, cities are again offering to take old Christmas trees out of residents' hands.

Grant will allow study of rural Utah towns

01/06/2013 10:20am
A Utah State University student has received a grant to study rural towns along a scenic southern Utah road.

Grant will allow study of rural Utah towns

01/06/2013 10:20am
A Utah State University student has received a grant to study rural towns along a scenic southern Utah road.

Trial set to begin in Boston over pregnancy drug

01/06/2013 11:00am
At first, the Melnick sisters thought it was just a cruel coincidence that two of them were diagnosed with breast cancer.

Rare color photos of the Beatles to go up for sale

01/06/2013 11:35am
Unpublished early color photographs of the Beatles' first U.S. tour will be sold at a U.K. auction.

Rare color photos of the Beatles to go up for sale

01/06/2013 11:35am
Unpublished early color photographs of the Beatles' first U.S. tour will be sold at a U.K. auction.

Rare color photos of the Beatles to go up for sale

01/06/2013 11:35am
Unpublished early color photographs of the Beatles' first U.S. tour will be sold at a U.K. auction.

First Habit Burger opening in Utah

01/06/2013 12:00pm
A California-based burger chain is opening its first Utah location and is looking to immediately give back to the community.

First Habit Burger opening in Utah

01/06/2013 12:00pm
A California-based burger chain is opening its first Utah location and is looking to immediately give back to the community.

Man shot in ankle at party, limps to West Valley bar

01/06/2013 1:25pm
Police were searching Sunday for a man involved in a shooting after a wounded man limped into a bar.

Man shot in ankle at party, limps to West Valley bar

01/06/2013 1:25pm
Police were searching Sunday for a man involved in a shooting after a wounded man limped into a bar.

Man filmed throwing away $100,000 in cocaine after chase, police say

01/06/2013 3:31pm
Georgia police say a suspect raced against traffic on Albany's busy East Oakridge Drive at speeds up to 85 miles an hour before he stopped and threw a kilo of cocaine into the Flint River.

Suspected accomplice of costumed robber identified

01/06/2013 4:23pm
Police have identified a woman who they believe may have been involved in a restaurant robbery, carjacking and shootout with an officer Saturday night. She and a costumed accomplice are still on the run.

Suspected accomplice of costumed robber identified

01/06/2013 4:23pm
Police have identified a woman who they believe may have been involved in a restaurant robbery, carjacking and shootout with an officer Saturday night. She and a costumed accomplice are still on the run.

BYU project will track mule deer for relocation

01/06/2013 5:32pm
Creatures of habit, mule deer make poor candidates for relocation by wildlife officials. So researchers will keep an eye on 50 mule deer in greener pastures after their removal from Utah's Parowan front.

BYU project will track mule deer for relocation

01/06/2013 5:32pm
Creatures of habit, mule deer make poor candidates for relocation by wildlife officials. So researchers will keep an eye on 50 mule deer in greener pastures after their removal from Utah's Parowan front.

Up to $10k for anglers who catch unwanted fish in Flaming Gorge

01/06/2013 6:19pm
Anglers can win up to $10,000 next month if they reel one of the unwanted burbot fish in the Flaming Gorge Reservoir on the Utah-Wyoming border.

Up to $10k for anglers who catch unwanted fish in Flaming Gorge

01/06/2013 6:19pm
Anglers can win up to $10,000 next month if they reel one of the unwanted burbot fish in the Flaming Gorge Reservoir on the Utah-Wyoming border.

Lenovo to release giant 27-inch 'coffee table PC'

01/06/2013 9:27pm
Dismayed that family members are spread out over the house, each with a separate PC or tablet? Lenovo has something it believes will get them back together: a PC the size of a coffee table that works like a gigantic tablet and lets four people use it at once.

11-year-old soccer player remains in coma after cardiac arrest at game

01/06/2013 9:59pm
It's been six weeks since Utah State University basketball player Danny Berger collapsed during a practice. As shocking as it was to see someone so physically fit succumb to a cardiac problem, it has happened again to another Utah athlete: 11-year-old Alan Zapata.

11-year-old soccer player remains in coma after cardiac arrest at game

01/06/2013 9:59pm
It's been six weeks since Utah State University basketball player Danny Berger collapsed during a practice. As shocking as it was to see someone so physically fit succumb to a cardiac problem, it has happened again to another Utah athlete: 11-year-old Alan Zapata.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir offers comfort to Sandy Hook, Newtown

01/06/2013 10:30pm
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir dedicated Sunday's "Music and the Spoken Word" to the 26 children and adults who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary.

Mormon Tabernacle Choir offers comfort to Sandy Hook, Newtown

01/06/2013 10:30pm
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir dedicated Sunday's "Music and the Spoken Word" to the 26 children and adults who lost their lives at Sandy Hook Elementary.
 
   
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