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Sunday Edition: Illegal activity in SLC

09/08/2013 9:00am
We will cut through the politics and give you clear analysis on the situation in Syria. Plus, a KSL investigation goes undercover to expose a dark shadow re-emerging in downtown Salt lake.

SLC Comic Con wraps up with over 50K tickets sold

09/08/2013 10:17am
The inaugural installment of the Salt Lake Comic Con was, by the numbers, a huge success. So much so, in fact, that event organizers had to declare the event sold out around 3 p.m. Saturday.

Big BYU win leads to big questions

09/08/2013 10:41am
BYU put on a show in Provo Saturday night against No. 15 Texas, but despite an impressive win over a big-time school, big questions continue to rise to the top.

1 man dead after Roy shooting

09/08/2013 12:41pm
The 23-year-old victim of a shooting in Roy died Sunday morning and police have identified a suspect, officials say.

Rollover accident sends 21-year-old woman to the hospital

09/08/2013 1:38pm
A 21-year-old woman from Brigham City was taken to the hospital after a rollover car accident.

Alpine residents clean up from 1 storm, brace for another

09/08/2013 5:00pm
The city of Alpine is expecting more storms after Saturday's downpour as city crews and residents worked to prevent more disaster. Sunday morning the city sent out a call for volunteers; hundreds of people responded.

1 juvenile dead, 1 injured in shooting

09/08/2013 5:31pm
One juvenile was killed and another taken to the hospital after a shooting in Murray Saturday, police said.

McDonald's restaurant robbed in Heber

09/08/2013 6:26pm
A man who claimed to be armed robbed the McDonald's restaurant in Heber on Sunday, making off with a "substantial amount of money," according to police.

Pleasant Grove residents asked to boil drinking water following storm

09/08/2013 6:51pm
Authorities in Pleasant Grove have issued a boil advisory for city residents using water from the municipal water supply.

Collision in Hurricane diverts early morning traffic

09/08/2013 7:25pm
A car drifted over the center lane on State Street and 2500 West in Hurricane and crashed head-on into another vehicle early Sunday morning. Police said they believe alcohol was involved in the accident.

American Fork Canyon reopens after flooding

09/08/2013 7:49pm
Saturday's storm brought a large amount of rain in short period of time. Floods and debris slides followed in American Fork Canyon around Timpanongos Caves.

LOTOJA cyclist's race finished by family and friends

09/08/2013 10:38pm
Cyclists from around the country finished the LOTOJA Classic yesterday but for a group from Mesa, Arizona the race was about much more than a finish time.

The Polynesian Cultural Center celebrates 50 years

09/08/2013 10:42pm
More than 4,000 Latter-day Saints have traveled to Hawaii this week to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Polynesian Cultural Center where they once performed.
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