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Archive: News / Utah (12 Stories)

Uintah County man dead in head-on collision

10/27/2012 8:49am
A Uintah County man was killed Friday after his car crossed into the path of a tractor-trailer truck.

Elderly Millcreek man missing; police seeking volunteers

10/27/2012 10:12am
Police are asking for volunteers to help search for an 80-year-old Millcreek man who has been missing since Wednesday.

Up to 7 in hospital after St. George crash

10/27/2012 10:58am
Up to seven people were injured Saturday morning in a multiple-vehicle accident on I-15 at milepost 15 in St. George.

Shurtleff abandons plan to sue BCS — for now

10/27/2012 12:27pm
Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff said he is ending his quest to break up college football's Bowl Championship Series — for now — because of its move to a playoff system.

Man identified in police chase, shooting

10/27/2012 2:25pm
A 52-year-old Sandy man was shot and killed by a Box Elder County sheriff's deputy shortly before 8 p.m. Friday after the man attempted to run over the officer with his vehicle.

'Wheelchairz on Ice' gives disabled elementary students a new experience

10/27/2012 3:04pm
Students with disabilities enjoyed Thursday on the ice thanks to some generous high school students.

NM court: family given brain in bag can't sue Utah funeral home

10/27/2012 3:52pm
A family can't bring damage claims in New Mexico against an out-of-state funeral home that placed a relative's brain in a casket with an embalmed body shipped to New Mexico, the state Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday.

2 plead guilty in fatal Holladay stabbing

10/27/2012 4:43pm
Two men charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in Holladay have pleaded guilty. 

SLC: 'Chalk it Up' to an opportunity for resident feedback

10/27/2012 5:15pm
The city has debuted an Urban Intervention Project to get feedback from residents at what will be the site of the city's Performing Arts Center. The project consists of two 8-foot chalkboards asking the public to complete the following sentences.

Zombies welcome on Utah roads — as long as they're sober

10/27/2012 6:38pm
Utah Highway Patrol troopers are okay if a bunch of Zombies are on the interstate this Halloween. They're also fine with ghosts, scarecrows, and princesses, but what they don't want are drunk drivers.

Man flees state after brutal Orem murder, turns himself in

10/27/2012 10:11pm
After fleeing the state, a man has confessed to the brutal murder Friday of his girlfriend.

All aboard: The Nightmare Express comes to town

10/27/2012 10:47pm
Every Halloween, the Stringtown Railroad is turned into the Nightmare Express.
 
   
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