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Clinic offering free mammograms to Utah women all day Saturday

08/10/2013 9:43am
Maliheh Free Clinic is hosting a mammography clinic throughout Saturday, offering free mammograms to Utah women.

The top 50 elementary schools in Utah

08/10/2013 9:48am
Ranking the top 50 public elementary schools in Utah — as listed in the Utah 2012-2013 educational directory — according to 2011- 2012 Utah Comprehensive Accountability System data.

Riverton family devastated after dog killed with BB gun

08/10/2013 10:36am
A Riverton family is struggling to understand why someone would shoot and kill their dog as it played in the back yard. Police currently have no suspects.

Trevor Reilly inspired by his daughter's battle with cancer

08/10/2013 10:50am
The game of football demands toughness, both mental and physical. You won't find many players who possess more toughness than Utah defensive end Trevor Reilly.

10 years after blackout, US grid faces new threats

08/10/2013 11:05am
The U.S. electrical grid is better managed and more flexible a decade after its largest blackout but remains vulnerable to increasingly extreme weather, cybersecurity threats, and stress caused by shifts in where and how power is produced.

Not vacation: Summer learning programs crucial

08/10/2013 11:29am
Some studies suggest students lose as much as two months of knowledge over the summer. Advocates say educators can't expect their students to succeed if they, too, spend the summer months poolside.

July rain gives temporary relief to Utah's declining water storage

08/10/2013 11:57am
The state was pummeled with heavy rainfall in July, greatly helping agriculture and the watershed areas. Rainfall that was as much as 210 percent of average provided some temporary relief to the drought, but reservoir storage is rapidly declining.

Fort Hood victims want shooting designated terror

08/10/2013 12:15pm
Army Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan admits pulling out a pistol, shouting "Allahu akbar" (God is great) and opening fire on unarmed people, killing 13 of them. Victims and others are demanding, why is the November 2009 attack at Fort Hood being tried as a case of workplace violence and not as an act of terror?

TV blackouts aren't shutting out fans completely

08/10/2013 12:42pm
A week into the blackout of CBS programming to millions of Time Warner Cable subscribers, viewers are finding workarounds.

Utah family scores $10K prize from Rocky Mountain Power contest

08/10/2013 1:06pm
Days before giving birth to a baby boy, Camille LaRose was surprised by her husband, Kasey, who shared the news that they had won the $10,000 grand prize in Rocky Mountain Power's 2013 Act wattsmart Video Contest.

Study: Dolphins can problem solve like humans

08/10/2013 2:36pm
A dog may be man's best friend, but dolphins can imitate human actions, and even how they solve problems. When a dolphin has one of its senses blocked, it can use other senses to mimic a human's movements, according to a recent study.

Valley Mental Health stops patient cuts at 730

08/10/2013 3:29pm
A new agreement among Valley Mental Health, Salt Lake County and OptumHealth means the number of patients no longer to be served by VMH "will stop at 730," the county's human services director said.

Michigan couple welcomes 12th son

08/10/2013 3:55pm
A western Michigan family welcomed their 12th child. And, shocker, it's a boy — just like the other 11.

Hatch, Lee sign in support of town praying in public meetings

08/10/2013 4:32pm
Utah Sens. Orrin Hatch and Mike Lee joined 32 colleagues in signing a friend-of-the-court brief supporting a New York town's legal fight to pray at public meetings.

Hundreds at funeral for brothers killed by python

08/10/2013 4:49pm
Hundreds of people attended the funeral service Saturday for two brothers who were killed by a python while they slept at a friend's home above an exotic pet store.

16 years later, Upper Stillwater Dam reopens

08/10/2013 5:27pm
The restrooms, parking lot, boat ramp and interpretive kiosk at Upper Stillwater Dam in Duchesne County have been closed since 1997 due to the danger posed by falling rocks. The U.S. Forest Service reopened the public facilities Wednesday.

Associates of Jeremy Johnson settle FTC lawsuit

08/10/2013 7:29pm
Two associates of Utah businessman Jeremy Johnson have reached settlements with regulators in a federal lawsuit alleging Internet fraud by Johnson's I Works and related companies, court records show.

Enes Kanter's week down south

08/10/2013 8:47pm
Enes Kanter spent time with Karl Malone in Louisiana and here are some pictures from the adventure.

Woman killed, man injured in motorcycle crash

08/10/2013 9:17pm
A woman is dead and a man is injured after an early morning motorcycle crash.

Rep: Chris Brown suffers seizure because of stress

08/10/2013 9:56pm
Grammy-winner Chris Brown has suffered a seizure brought on by intense fatigue and extreme emotional stress, his publicist said Saturday.

Teen in critical condition after falling off ATV

08/10/2013 10:19pm
A 16-year-old boy is in extremely critical condition after falling off an ATV onto concrete.

Utah teen ID'd in North Vegas crash that hurt 8

08/10/2013 10:22pm
A teenager accused of hitting eight pedestrians with a vehicle outside a North Las Vegas storefront church had a Utah identification card but no driver's license, police said Friday.