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April 16th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (24 Stories)

Boyfriend of woman beat to death will stand trial for murder

12/05/2012 7:04am
Alecia Sherman lived long enough to seek out help, to run to a neighbor's house and tell them that her boyfriend was "out of control" and had hit her.

2 more suspects arrested in Midvale murder

12/05/2012 7:50am
Police have arrested a second woman who had been sought in the shooting of Justen Lefave, as well as the man they say drove her to the apartment where Lefave was staying.

Gephardt Gets It: What does the fiscal cliff mean?

12/05/2012 8:14am
The so-called "fiscal cliff" has been making news since the end of November's election. So what is it, and what does it mean for your family?

PHOTO GALLERY: Jazz spread holiday cheer to kids at hospitals

12/05/2012 8:40am
Utah Jazz coaches, trainers, players, Nu Skin Jazz Dancers and Jazz Bear spread holiday cheer by making their traditional Christmas visits to Primary Children's Medical Center and Shriners Hospital for Children in Salt Lake City on Tuesday.

Businesses holiday shopping for health care, not finding any bargains

12/05/2012 12:33pm
Businesses are shopping, but they are looking for a good deal on your health benefits for next year.

Man kidnaps wife after argument, police say

12/05/2012 12:52pm
A man has been arrested after allegedly kidnapping his wife from her friend's apartment following a dispute.

Teacher accused of sexual abuse appears in court

12/05/2012 1:29pm
A Utah teacher accused of abusing children and teenagers for more than three decades appeared in court Wednesday.

Flights to Phoenix coming to Provo airport

12/05/2012 2:10pm
Allegiant announced Wednesday nonstop flights between Provo and the Phoenix-Mesa, Ariz., area beginning Feb. 15.

Asperger's dropped, autism changed: How will new definition affect Utahns?

12/05/2012 2:49pm
One in 47 Utahns has some form of autism, among the highest prevalence in the nation. Big changes are in store for those who treat and diagnose autism, especially the mild form known, until now, as Asperger's Syndrome.

Father, daughter to reunite after she was adopted without his consent

12/05/2012 3:18pm
A toddler who was adopted without the consent or knowledge of her father will be returned to the man in the next 60 days.

Dome on Canyon's newest school nods to Draper's past

12/05/2012 4:44pm
Canyons School District celebrated an historic milestone in the construction of their newest high school.

Students with special needs perform flash mob to One Direction

12/05/2012 5:33pm
A flash mob of about 50 special education students from South Valley School showed off some fierce choreography Wednesday, dancing to the music of the boy band One Direction — the song was "What Makes You Beautiful."

Police say walkie-talkie saved officer's life during shooting

12/05/2012 6:06pm
A walkie-talkie may have saved an officer's life during an officer-involved shooting.

Allgier gets life without parole for murder of officer

12/05/2012 6:15pm
After more than five and a half years of court hearings and delays, the case against Curtis Allgier wrapped up Wednesday when he was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Flat tax rate one proposal to solve fiscal cliff problem

12/05/2012 6:51pm
One Utah senator is part of a charge to address the fiscal cliff through reforms to the overall tax system.

Astronomers looking for volunteer star-hunters

12/05/2012 7:00pm
A group of astronomers is looking for thousands of volunteers to help them with a new project that may answer how galaxies form and how stars form within these galaxies.

Advocates: Communication essential to help prevent child abuse

12/05/2012 7:09pm
Many cases of abuse go unnoticed because children, parents or teachers are afraid of making a false accusation. However, communication is one of the best ways to prevent child abuse.

Sudden cardiac arrest no. 1 killer of student athletes

12/05/2012 7:47pm
Sudden cardiac arrest, like the cardiac arrest that caused a Utah State University basketball player to collapse and become unresponsive, is a condition that affects teens and even babies.

Recent fatalities could have been prevented with seat belt use, says UHP

12/05/2012 8:46pm
The Utah Highway Patrol continues to urge Utah's motorists and their passengers to buckle up. Seven people have died in nine crashes in the past two weeks that could have been routine if not for the lack of seat belt use, troopers say.

Man charged with abusing girl at festival has history of abuse

12/05/2012 9:12pm
A registered sex offender was charged Wednesday with touching the buttocks of an 11-year-old girl at the Festival of Trees.

Man arrested for Salt Lake statue theft; Sandy thieves still on the run

12/05/2012 10:35pm
Metal theft, and specifically the theft of valuable statues, continues to keep detectives busy on the Wasatch Front. Brazen thieves stole a total of 11 bronze statues over the last few weeks in Salt Lake County, and one man is now behind bars.

Utes honor former Coach Majerus at Boise State basketball game

12/05/2012 10:46pm
Wednesday night's Utes basketball game against Boise State will honor their former legendary coach Rick Majerus, who coached at Utah from 1989 to 2004.

Doctors pleased with Berger's progress; still no word on cause of collapse

12/05/2012 10:54pm
A day after collapsing on a basketball court during practice, Utah State University athlete Danny Berger appears to be improving. Still, he is listed in critical condition as doctors try to determine what caused his collapse.

FBI investigating suspicious substance sent to Utah Tribal Court

12/05/2012 11:59pm
The FBI is investigating a suspicious incident at the office of the Ute Tribal Court that resulted in a hazardous materials team being called to a police officer's home.
 
   
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