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10 law firms compete to be on panel investigating Swallow

08/03/2013 8:06am
A short list of 10 law firms will compete to work for the special Utah House committee investigating embattled Attorney General John Swallow.

Study: Hotter temperatures lead to hotter tempers

08/03/2013 10:04am
As the world gets warmer, people are more likely to get hot under the collar, scientists say. A massive new study finds that aggressive acts like committing violent crimes and waging war become more likely with each added degree.

iPads 4 Angels aims to enhance special needs education in Utah

08/03/2013 10:47am
When a mother noticed her special needs child became considerably more engaged in learning after receiving an iPad for Christmas, the idea to enhance special needs education with technology sparked a statewide movement.

July warmest month ever in Salt Lake City

08/03/2013 11:26am
It's official: July was the warmest month ever in Salt Lake City, the National Weather Service said Thursday. And with temperatures reaching 100 degrees again Thursday, August is off to a scorching start too.

Swaddle-maker swamped after UK prince's photo-op

08/03/2013 11:58am
It took 45 seconds, but it was enough. Newborn Prince George, carried from the hospital to the royal car, appeared in a cotton swaddle with the tiny birds on it. Mums-to-be around the world wanted to know: Who are you wearing?

Utahns enjoy low unemployment rate

08/03/2013 12:35pm
The nation's unemployment rate is where it was when President Obama was elected in 2008; 7.4 percent. By comparison, Utah's unemployment rate is currently at 4.7 percent.

Outdoor trade show: 'Anything to turn heads'

08/03/2013 1:22pm
Getting noticed isn't easy at the world's largest expo for outdoor and sporting gear. With 1,300 exhibitors packing the Salt Lake City expo, high-definition displays weren't enough.

'Old school' readers love annual used book sale

08/03/2013 1:54pm
A Saturday book sale consisting of 50,000 books caught the attention of many readers who love having a physical book in their hands as opposed to reading a computer screen.

Diaper duty: Prince William tells of fatherhood

08/03/2013 2:17pm
Prince William gave guests at a charity polo match an insight into his newfound paternal duties Saturday, saying his mind had been stuck in "baby mode" thanks to his feisty newborn son.

Franklin wins 5th gold, Ledecky sets another WR

08/03/2013 2:42pm
Missy Franklin made history at the world swimming championships _ and she might not even be the most impressive swimmer on her own team.

Man arrested for alleged assault of co-worker

08/03/2013 3:14pm
A man was flown to the hospital Friday night following an argument between co-workers.

Inspired by Pamplona, Great Bull Run coming to US

08/03/2013 4:25pm
Organizers of a new event planned for several U.S. cities plan to unleash bulls to sprint through fenced-in courses as daredevils try to avoid being trampled.

Bicyclist injured in hit and run accident; police look for driver

08/03/2013 5:18pm
The Utah County Sheriff's Office is seeking help to locate the driver of a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident that left a bicyclist injured on Geneva Road between Orem and Provo.

Funeral held for Utah freshman killed in car accident

08/03/2013 5:32pm
The funeral services for a University of Utah freshman who was killed in a car accident earlier in the week was held Saturday.

Fort Hood and the rarity of military executions

08/03/2013 5:39pm
Hundreds of unarmed soldiers, some about to deploy to Afghanistan, were waiting inside a building for vaccines and routine checkups when a fellow soldier walked in with two handguns and enough ammunition to commit one of the worst mass shootings in American history.

Police locate missing 16-year-old American Fork girl

08/03/2013 5:52pm
Police located a 16-year-old girl that went missing Friday morning.

2 Colo. men held in Utah in Ore. man's homicide

08/03/2013 6:26pm
Oregon authorities say two men are in custody in Utah in connection with the shooting death of a Lebanon, Ore., man whose parents found his body at his remote Oregon campsite.

Utah lawmakers debate alternatives to Medicaid expansion

08/03/2013 6:39pm
As Utah leaders explored options for expanding Medicaid coverage, one thing became clear: The state needs to act.

VIDEO: Flash flood moves through Arizona town

08/03/2013 7:14pm
A flash flood in Arizona was caught on camera Friday afternoon.

Competitive climbers go head-to-head for $20K prize

08/03/2013 7:43pm
Climbers competed for a shared $20,000 purse on a custom wall approaching 5.14 difficulty, reaching 50 feet above the freestyle aerial training pool, at the inaugural Psicobloc Masters at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City on Friday, Aug. 2, 2013.

Police looking for man who fled from arrest in Washington County

08/03/2013 8:01pm
The Utah Highway Patrol are looking for a man that fled from police after a routine traffic stop in Washington County.

Former FBI agent charged in alleged bribery scheme

08/03/2013 8:04pm
A former FBI agent has been charged with soliciting thousands of dollars to hand over confidential information to someone who wanted to harm a prominent citizen of Bangladesh.

Woman seriously injured in 3-car accident in Logan Canyon

08/03/2013 8:25pm
A Salt Lake City woman was seriously injured in a three-car accident Saturday morning near Logan.

Comcast launches new X1 service

08/03/2013 8:34pm
Comcast's X1 has entered the Utah market, offering personalized viewing, TV apps and voice commands. It is the latest company to offer viewers new options in an arena that is becoming increasingly more competitive.

Camp Cougar, Day 1

08/03/2013 8:42pm
A sweltering Saturday saw the BYU Cougars open camp in Provo, amid some unsettling injury news.

Actors with fake guns bring police with real ones

08/03/2013 9:06pm
College filmmakers were using fake guns to shoot a robbery scene at a suburban Los Angeles coffee shop when the movie took a scary twist that wasn't in the script.

Footprints discovered in search for missing teen, police say

08/03/2013 10:01pm
Footprints discovered Saturday by searchers are believed to belong to a 14-year-old boy who authorities say ran away Thursday from a camp for troubled youths.

Wounded veterans participate as pit crew at Miller Motorsports Park

08/03/2013 10:13pm
For many wounded veterans, the transition back to civilian life can be full of stress and uncertainty. But a national organization that helps with that transition stopped in Salt Lake City Saturday to help veterans in an unusual way.

Families race to honor doctor who saved Joseph Smith's leg

08/03/2013 10:21pm
This summer marks 200 years since Joseph Smith, the founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, underwent an experimental surgery that is credited with saving his leg from being amputated. On Saturday, the Smith family honored the doctor who performed the procedure.

Kimball Arts Festival in full swing

08/03/2013 11:01pm
The Kimball Arts Festival brings hundreds of visitors from around the country every year. Tourists and locals alike enjoy the warm weather and pristine scenery natives have come to expect from Park City.