01/23/2014 6:58amTeri Ann Jarvis, 40, has been charged with several counts of forgery and theft for allegedly embezzling about $500,000 from Positive Power in Ogden.
01/23/2014 7:28amPolice are looking for a man they say robbed three Salt Lake County tanning salons Tuesday night.
01/23/2014 7:45amGene Schaerr, hired by the state to help defend Utah's Amendment 3, was accused Wednesday of taking the job "to impose a certain religious viewpoint," but Attorney General Sean Reyes says the attorney was selected because of his expertise.
01/23/2014 7:54amA judge ordered an 18-year-old to stand trial for murder in the shooting death of his stepfather in September of 2012.
01/23/2014 8:31amIf we wanted to see a significant drop in air pollution in the Salt Lake Valley, how much driving would we need to cut out of our usual routines?
01/23/2014 9:02amThe West Nile virus deaths of bald eagles across northern Utah this winter has experts worried the disease might have mutated.
01/23/2014 9:49amTwelve biological fathers are suing the state of Utah, claiming its adoption laws amount to legalized fraud and kidnapping.
01/23/2014 10:04amComing up on the last lap of the season, BYU basketball is firmly on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament. This article will explore what will need to happen for BYU to make the Big Dance.
01/23/2014 11:15amA man who claimed to be multiple rock stars to avoid paying bills at a St. George hospital missed his court date.
01/23/2014 3:00pmAn auto accident involving a passenger car and a semitruck left one man dead Thursday morning.
01/23/2014 4:33pmUtah lawmakers will consider whether to give judges more oversight when it comes to forced- entry warrants.
01/23/2014 6:28pmOgden's mayor has resolved to commute to work on his bike every day and Provo's mayor said he will ride his bike and walk as much as possible for 2014. Both believe bikes provide a key to solving transportation strains.
01/23/2014 6:45pmAcademy Award and Golden Globe winning actress, Geena Davis, led a discussion about women in leadership positions in government, business and the entertainment industry at a Sundance Institute event Thursday.
01/23/2014 7:00pmA new broad analysis of the Wasatch Front's air quality challenges finds there are some simple steps people can take to reduce air pollution. In addition, a new clean air campaign debuts to raise public awareness over the issue among residents.
01/23/2014 7:08pmTwo dogs were rescued from a house fire and are doing well after firefighters used a pet oxygen mask system.
01/23/2014 7:08pmTwo men were arrested Wednesday after police serving a search warrant said they found a drug-store variety of illegal drugs in a Salt Lake home.
01/23/2014 7:17pmThe attorney for convicted killer Martin MacNeill says his client's mental competency has deteriorated in jail to the point that a competency evaluation is needed.
01/23/2014 7:23pmGoogle Fiber is now signing up Provo residents for its newest Internet service and is boasting much faster speeds for browsing.
01/23/2014 7:27pmFor some, storing extra food can be a real hardship, but for most families, building food storage can bring peace in troubled times.
01/23/2014 7:28pmAn area once covered by cornfields could soon be home to an 18-acre warehouse. Residents in Nibley are concerned about the noise, danger and pollution a proposed warehouse could bring.
01/23/2014 7:52pmYouth in St. George spent their Wednesday afternoon putting up 77 no smoking signs at bus stops across the city.
01/23/2014 8:15pmA report released today by the Utah Foundation analyzes the trends and science behind our bad air.
01/23/2014 8:43pmThe air has looked terrible in Northern Utah for more than a week, and there is now an app available to track the pollution levels.
01/23/2014 9:16pmTwo of Utah's police chiefs want to widen the discussion and do more to stop racial profiling in their departments.
01/23/2014 9:20pmThis is one of the weeks that Utah's air is an instant turn off: For people who live in Utah, and for those visiting. In a KUED news conference, Goveror Herbert seemed as frustrated about the poor air quality as anyone else.
01/23/2014 9:25pmA new broad analysis of the Wasatch Front's air quality challenges finds there are some simple steps people can take to reduce air pollution. In addition, a new clean air campaign debuts to raise public awareness over the issue among residents.
01/23/2014 9:34pmCars are the biggest contributors to air pollution, but trip chaining and reduction of idling can help make a difference when it comes to bad air days.
01/23/2014 10:00pmFor 11-year-old Ryan Price of Saratoga Springs, Utah's dirty air is a real headache. Prone to migraines, the sixth grader tends to get more headaches and he coughs more during the inversions period.
01/23/2014 10:47pmJosh Boren, the police officer who shot and killed his wife, two young children and mother-in-law before taking his own life, was once disciplined for shooting at a stray dog while he was on duty rather than taking it to the shelter.
01/23/2014 10:50pmStephen Niedzwiecki, 34, pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of unlawful sexual activity with a minor and two counts of unlawful sexual conduct with a 16- or 17-year- old.
01/23/2014 10:52pmAn 11-year-old boy was rescued Thursday after falling through the ice at Jensen Pond in Syracuse.
01/23/2014 10:52pmThe Jamaican bobsled team calls Evanston, Wyoming home as they prepare for the Sochi Olympics — the first Olympics they have qualified for since the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City.
01/23/2014 10:56pmWest Valley City Police Chief Lee Russo laid out his findings since joining to the beleaguered department and asked for residents' concerns Thursday at the first of what he says will be regular community meetings.
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