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Robynn Garfield and Morgan Jacobsen | posted Apr 15th - 10:19pm
A pedestrian was killed Tuesday night after being hit by a FrontRunner train.
Morgan Jacobsen | posted Apr 15th - 10:17pm
John Hollenhorst | posted Apr 15th - 10:05pm
Amanda Taylor | posted Apr 15th - 9:46pm
Geoff Liesik | posted Apr 15th - 8:47pm
Rich Piatt | posted Apr 15th - 8:22pm
The Utah Symphony has announced a series of concerts in iconic settings within Utah's Mighty 5 National Parks.
Sam Penrod | posted Apr 15th - 7:51pm
A Utah County woman involved in a head-on collision a year ago will have to wait a little longer to find out what will happen to the impaired driver who pleaded guilty in connection with the crash.
Robynn Garfield | posted Apr 15th - 7:10pm
Police are looking for a man they said robbed a bank in Salt Lake City.
Alex Cabrero | posted Apr 15th - 6:38pm
A room at Granger High School was prepared Tuesday night for a ceremony to honor the good things officers do, including a special screening of a new documentary about police.
Natalie Crofts | posted Apr 15th - 5:30pm
Two men who allegedly assaulted a man and stole his wallet were arrested during a routine traffic stop Saturday, police said.
Dennis Romboy | posted Apr 15th - 4:02pm
Federal prosecutors are pushing for a trial date in their case against St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson, but the judge isn't ready to set one.
Pat Reavy | posted Apr 15th - 3:04pm
Two people were arrested over the weekend for allegedly using fake IDs to get discounts on Apple products.
Amanda Taylor | posted Apr 15th - 2:47pm
The National Parks band is rising in popularity. Inspired by a love of nature and spirituality that drives their music, the band members are enjoying the ride, working on a second album and gearing up to tour both in and out of Utah.
Tracie Snowder | posted Apr 15th - 2:31pm
President Barack Obama met with President Dieter F. Uchtdorf and other religious leaders Tuesday morning to discuss the importance of taking action on immigration reform and told them a permanent solution lies in the hands of Congress.
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