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Provo beauty school tackles domestic violence in Vietnam with haircuts

05/28/2013 10:23am
Paul Mitchell the School in Provo will offer haircuts and ask for donations to raise $10,000 for the Linh Vo fund. The fund aims to help rescue a mother and her three young children living in Vietnam from a physically and emotionally abusive relationship.

Students build car fueled by tweets, likes and shares

05/28/2013 10:28am
Every tweet counts for a group of high school students gearing up for a multi-state road trip in a revamped 1967 Karmann Ghia. Their car doesn't run on gas — it runs on social media interactions on multiple platforms.

Which countries are the most religious?

05/28/2013 11:14am
Recent comments by Pope Francis moved a 2012 survey on the world's most religious countries and those with the most atheists into the spotlight.

Jazz lose 'nice' piece of the puzzle

05/28/2013 11:47am
After a long and successful association with the Jazz, Jeff Hornacek is leaving the organization to become the head coach of the Phoenix Suns. While some Jazz fans may have wished that Hornacek could coach their team, Ty Corbin deserves more time.

Principal gets prison for sexual abuse of student

05/28/2013 12:17pm
Charles Weber, who FBI agents said admitted to abusing young boys over the past 35 years, was sentenced to 10 years to life in prison for sexually abusing a 15-year-old boy.

Prominent arts education advocate Beverley Taylor Sorenson, 89, dies

05/28/2013 12:29pm
Beverley Taylor Sorenson, the woman who fought for arts education in Utah, passed away Monday night at the age of 89. Sorenson lead a long life of advocacy and philanthropy as she fought to ensure Utah colleges and universities prepared teachers to bring the arts to children.

There's still sportsmanship in the NBA

05/28/2013 12:48pm
It's tough to find a professional athlete these days who goes out of his way to make sure an opponent is OK, but Marc Gasol broke the mold when he checked on an injured Tony Parker. We also have a video of a great field rusher in Kansas City and a tennis player who tweeted a picture of a disputed call.

Utah industrial company to pay $230,000 in racial discrimination settlement

05/28/2013 1:31pm
Holmes & Holmes Industrial, Inc. recently agreed to pay $230,000 in damages and back pay to three black men subjected to a hostile workplace based on racial discrimination, according to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

18-month-old boy found submerged in backyard pond

05/28/2013 2:35pm
An 18-month-old boy was in hospitalized in critical condition after he was found submerged in a backyard pond Tuesday.

4 people assault homeowner during invasion

05/28/2013 4:05pm
A Millcreek man was allegedly bound and robbed by four people early Tuesday. One woman was arrested at the scene.

Former 'Idol,' 'The Voice' contestants Midas Whale release music video

05/28/2013 4:17pm
From rock operas to American Idol, national tours to performing before millions on NBC's "The Voice," the men behind Midas Whale are no strangers to big projects and big success.

Boy Scout leaders say local councils unaffected by resolution

05/28/2013 5:14pm
Utah Boy Scout leaders say the local councils seem to be unaffected by a recent resolution allowing openly and avowed gay scouts to participate.

Summit County drug enforcement 'extremely successful'

05/28/2013 5:43pm
Summit County has seen a dramatic uptick in drug seizures, thanks to a change in the way roads are policed in the county.

Lightning strikes Magna playground near school worker

05/28/2013 6:12pm
A playground aide had a close call with lightning on Tuesday.

Mug shot website sues Utah sheriff for jail photos

05/28/2013 7:30pm
The owner of a website that publishes inmate booking photos is suing a Utah sheriff for denying a public records request for more than a thousand mug shots.

50 years later, retired teacher says farewell to former student

05/28/2013 7:40pm
Third-grade teacher Ross Durrant will retire Thursday after 30 years at Shelley Elementary School. On Tuesday, his own third-grade teacher 49 years ago, Gwen Richards, visited the school to wish him well in his retirement.

Quintuplets delivered at U of U hospital for first time

05/28/2013 7:46pm
Guillermina and Fernando Garcia welcomed three girls and two boys into their family Sunday. The quintuplets, born at 31 ½ weeks, were the first to be delivered at University Hospital.

Former deputy admits pulling over, threatening women in strip-search case

05/28/2013 8:08pm
A former Box Elder County sheriff's deputy has pleaded guilty to federal charges related to illegally strip-searching women at traffic stops.

Father, sister of Susan Powell conduct private investigation in Oregon

05/28/2013 8:22pm
The family of Susan Cox Powell said Tuesday that they were closer than ever to finding the missing West Valley mother.

Watch out for non-productive guilt

05/28/2013 8:31pm
This week in LIFEadvice, Coach Kim addresses the unproductive guilt we can experience at different stages of life. She will explain how to eliminate this guilt and build healthy self-esteem.

4 of the most common lung disorders and diseases

05/28/2013 9:04pm
Whether life-threatening or not, lung problems can drastically alter your quality of life. In this edition of Mommy Medicine, four of the most common lung disorders and diseases, how to determine if you're suffering from one, and information on how each is treated.

Utah politicians sound off on A.G. John Swallow allegations

05/28/2013 9:15pm
Congressional candidate Mia Love said Tuesday the allegations against embattled Attorney General John Swallow, a fellow Republican, are "disappointing" and he should not have been so focused on personal gain.

Gun lobbyist arrested after allegedly trespassing on ex-wife's driveway

05/28/2013 9:55pm
Utah's top gun lobbyist was arrested Sunday in an incident reportedly stemming from a custody battle.

Victims of Murray canal break still homeless

05/28/2013 10:12pm
It's been 30 days since a Murray canal broke, sending a wall of water into a neighborhood and displacing multiple residents, but some people are still out of their houses.

BYU student hopes invention will kill crutches

05/28/2013 10:18pm
A new Utah company could put traditional crutches in the closet, for good.

Family claims mother held in Mexico for smuggling pot was framed

05/28/2013 10:41pm
A mother from Arizona is facing a potentially difficult road ahead after being arrested in Mexico and accused of smuggling 12 pounds of marijuana. Family, friends and a Mexican official claim she was framed.

13-year-old arrested in North Davis Jr. High lockdown

05/28/2013 10:42pm
Police have a 13-year-old boy in custody and have taken him to Farmington Bay Juvenile Detention Center after he allegedly pulled a prank that resulted in a lockdown Monday at North Davis Jr. High, according to the Clearfield Police Department.