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December 28th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

1 killed, 2 injured in Logan crash

11/02/2012 8:00am
A North Logan woman was killed and two other Cache Valley women were injured in a traffic accident Thursday at the intersection of 1400 North and 200 East.

What word sums up political campaigns?

11/02/2012 8:22am
Election Day is just a few days away, and Utahns are summing up how they feel about the campaigns.

Sears store to remain open at Provo Towne Centre Mall

11/02/2012 8:37am
Sears announced this week that the Provo location will remain open after previously being scheduled to close early next year.

Thieves broke through walls of storage unit, police believe

11/02/2012 9:15am
Police on Wednesday discovered $10,000 in stolen property and arrested one man in connection with a storage shed burglary.

Washington County man charged with brutally killing wife

11/02/2012 1:08pm
Prosecutors say a 76-year-old man killed his wife by beating her to death with a hammer.

All lanes scheduled to open on I-15 on Monday

11/02/2012 3:12pm
It may be a little early for Utah County drivers to start singing the full "Hallelujah" chorus, but there could be some jubilation Monday morning in the commuter congregation.

Delayed Trader Joe's will be familiar, but unique to SLC

11/02/2012 3:40pm
Trader Joe's has pushed back the opening of its first Utah store to Nov. 30.

Judge rules Matthew Stewart to stand trial after 3-day preliminary hearing

11/02/2012 5:46pm
The Ogden man, accused of killing a police officer and injuring six others, will stand trial. A judge decided there was enough evidence against Matthew Stewart after the three-day pretrial.

VIDEO: Train smashes into construction vehicle crossing tracks

11/02/2012 7:04pm
A construction worker on his lunch break caught video of a train smashing into a work truck.

Undercover sting targets bike thieves

11/02/2012 7:41pm
Hundreds of bikes have been stolen in Provo over the past few months. It's now a top priority for Provo police, who are setting up undercover stings to stop what they call bike theft crime rings.

'Rebellious' man tries to get knife on plane at SLC Int'l

11/02/2012 7:46pm
A Utah man with an apparent rebellious streak found himself in trouble with federal authorities after allegedly trying to sneak a pocket knife onto an airplane Thursday at the Salt Lake City International Airport.

Presidential campaign: perspectives from the swing states

11/02/2012 8:01pm
The U.S. presidential race is now down to the wire, and the candidates are furiously campaigning in swing states to get votes. The people who cover rallies in those states get a unique perspective on campaigns, and they shared their thoughts with KSL News.

Utah Romney supporters board buses to swing states

11/02/2012 8:35pm
"Get out the vote" efforts are in high gear this final weekend before the election, and over 400 Utahns supporting Mitt Romney are getting on busses and heading to nearby swing states Friday afternoon.

Americans in poverty more prone to depression, physical ailments

11/02/2012 8:36pm
Depression and health problems are more likely to plague those in poverty, according to the results of a new poll.

Sheep industry in turmoil after suffering huge fallout

11/02/2012 8:56pm
The sheep industry across the West is facing what some consider a crisis, threatening the survival of ranching operations.

46K-pound roll of metal falls from truck onto highway

11/02/2012 9:01pm
Southbound traffic on I-15 was slowed for a couple of hours Friday afternoon after a 46,000-pound roll of sheet metal fell out of a truck near 13000 South.

Red Cross sends food to NY; experts urge emergency preparedness

11/02/2012 9:30pm
As people hit by Hurricane Sandy get more frustrated with their lack of power and basic amenities, a handful of local Red Cross volunteers are headed to the East Coast Friday night to help with the clean-up efforts.

Apple releases iPad mini and iPad 4; turnout smaller than expected

11/02/2012 9:36pm
It was a big day for Apple with two new additions that were released on Friday. Customers lined up outside the Apple store to get their hands on the iPad Mini and the iPad 4, but the enthusiasm wasn't as great as it has been for previous Apple releases.

Methodist Church sends semitruck of cleaning supplies to NY

11/02/2012 10:01pm
Friday night, an 18-wheeler semitrailer left the United Methodist Committee on Relief warehouse for New York, hoping to give aid to those struck by Hurricane Sandy in a different way from others.

'The Colbert Effect:' how young voters get their political news

11/02/2012 10:32pm
Did Mitt Romney miss a key opportunity by not agreeing to appear on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" or "The Colbert Report"? New Utah-based research highlights the role of those shows in the news appetite of the younger voting demographic.

Son of cancer victim helps others through unique aid

11/02/2012 10:34pm
While patients are battling cancer, they may receive help for medical costs, but one foundation looks to give other financial service. Friday, they held a benefit to raise money to continue their efforts.

21-year-old woman dead, officer injured in officer-involved shooting

11/02/2012 10:44pm
A Washington state woman was killed and a West Valley City detective was injured in an officer-involved shooting Friday afternoon.

16 lbs of marijuana sniffed out by K-9 on I-80

11/02/2012 10:48pm
A routine traffic stop turned into a good-sized drug bust on I-80 Thursday.

Dan Jones polling results released for statewide races

11/02/2012 10:50pm
With less than a week to go before Election Day, candidates around the state are making a final push. And new polling numbers from Dan Jones show some really interesting races.
 
   
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