July 5th, 2015
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05/08/2013 7:41amResidents, especially business owners, say they've already had enough construction, but the council members that voted yes say the streetcar will help get rid of congestion.
05/08/2013 8:37amA survey of more than 7,000 U.S. mothers found that mothers with four or more children report lower stress levels than those with few children. They dubbed it the Duggar effect.
05/08/2013 10:25amSome insurance companies say certain dog breeds pose too high a risk to insure, while owners of those dogs say it's not fair.
05/08/2013 10:34amUtah doctors are implementing the "mobile medical clinic" and are saving Utahns thousands of dollars in medical expenses.
05/08/2013 11:07amA growing trend is sending more Catholics into the community two-by-two, door-to-door, spreading the faith one household at a time.
05/08/2013 11:37amThe Co-op has a tricky business model: provide high-quality, healthy food for less than grocery markets to shoppers from all economic levels, but especially low income.
05/08/2013 12:01pmSince 1988, the beginning of summer in Salt Lake City has been marked by the announcement of the Twilight Concert Series. Wednesday, the Salt Lake City Arts Council announced its outdoor concert lineup on Twitter.
05/08/2013 12:39pmPolice are investigating a fire at a Salt Lake City duplex Wednesday after one of the victims displaced by the fire gave allegations of domestic violence.
05/08/2013 12:41pmPolice are praising a gas station employee who kept a scary situation from likely becoming much worse after a traffic accident ignited a gas pump.
05/08/2013 1:25pmA 17-year-old soccer goalie accused of punching a referee was charged in juvenile court with homicide by assault on Wednesday. Prosecutors will seek to have him tried in adult court.
05/08/2013 4:05pmThe body found in Emery County on Saturday has been identified as a man who has been missing since December.
05/08/2013 4:22pmThe Great Salt Lake Council of the Boy Scouts of America voted Wednesday to not take an official position on a proposed membership policy that would end the practice of discriminating youth members on the basis of sexual orientation.
05/08/2013 5:10pmBoyd K. Packer, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles for the LDS Church, and his wife Donna are being honored Wednesday evening at Weber State University at the official opening of the new Packer Center for Families.
05/08/2013 5:23pmA man was killed and another injured when an oil storage tank exploded during routine maintenance Tuesday night.
05/08/2013 6:15pmA Layton High School student will graduate at the end of May without having missed a single day of school since he started Kindergarten.
05/08/2013 7:09pmA former state consumer protection official filed an ethics complaint against Attorney General John Swallow with the Utah State Bar alleging professional misconduct.
05/08/2013 8:15pmBYU's Provo campus is filled with creative destruction as crews work to make the campus more green and pedestrian-friendly.
05/08/2013 8:33pmPolice are using computers to fight crime and are already seeing a 13 percent reduction in crime. They're employing a system similar to one in Memphis, Tenn., which has also experience a drastic drop in crime rates. Other cities have used similar systems and seen comparable results.
05/08/2013 8:48pmAlmost 20 years to the day after a brutal assault left a 92-year-old retiree dead, a suspect has been arrested in Alaska.
05/08/2013 9:14pmOrem-based firm Decipher Forensics says it has derived a method to extract the supposedly no-longer-viewable images and pass them on to parents, lawyers and law enforcement.
05/08/2013 10:25pmThe rescue of three young women and one of their daughters in Cleveland after 10 years of captivity raises new hope and attention for the dozens of Utahns listed as missing and endangered.
05/08/2013 10:46pmPolice in West Valley City have been under almost constant fire lately with federal investigations into corrupt narcotics officers and a highly controversial officer involved shooting. West Valley City acting police chief Anita Schwemmer is dealing with a full plate these days.
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