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New announcements for development of Geneva Steel land

09/07/2013 10:22am
Commercial and residential development plans were announced Friday for the 1,750 acre site previously occupied by the Geneva Steel.

Idaho missionary dies after Tues. car accident

09/07/2013 11:13am
Elder Taylor Shane Ward, 19, an LDS missionary from Vacaville, Calif., has died from his injuries sustained Tuesday in an automobile accident near Pocatello, Idaho.

Man charged with automobile homicide after Scofield Reservoir crash

09/07/2013 12:53pm
Carbon County prosecutors have charged a Magna man with automobile homicide in connection with a July crash near Scofield Reservoir that killed a Price woman.

Swedish physicians praise care level at Intermountain facilities

09/07/2013 1:14pm
Swedish physicians visited Intermountain Healthcare facilities, including the McKay-Dee Hospital Center, to learn about the treatment and processes available there.

State School Board votes in favor of oil and gas lease

09/07/2013 1:44pm
The State Board of Education on Friday unanimously voted to support a controversial oil and gas land lease in the Book Cliffs despite pressure from the governor and a congressman to turn the offer down.

More than 500 baby sea turtles released off Fla.

09/07/2013 1:47pm
More than 500 sea turtle hatchlings were gently released by hand Thursday onto sea beds off Florida's Atlantic Coast, where the turtles have a better chance to survive.

Utah liquor sales continue to climb

09/07/2013 4:26pm
For the seventh consecutive year, Utah residents drank more beer, wine and flavored alcoholic beverages, newly released state figures show.

Tokyo celebrates win to host 2020 Olympics

09/07/2013 5:19pm
Cheers and shouts of "Banzai!!" echoed across Tokyo just after sunrise as thousands of people started celebrating the city's successful bid to host the 2020 Olympics, beating rivals Istanbul and Madrid despite concerns about a nuclear plant leaking radioactive water.

They, the builders: 75 photos celebrating the people who helped create Utah

09/07/2013 6:25pm
An historic look back at many of the people who contributed to building the landmarks, infrastructure and economy of the state of Utah (along with a few sprinklings of Arizona, Wyoming and Colorado thrown in for good measure).

Motorcyclists ride for national firefighter memorial

09/07/2013 6:30pm
Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts and firefighter supporters participated in an annual fundraiser to finish a national fallen firefighter memorial in downtown Ogden. The memorial will include black granite and the names of all fallen firefighters.

Armed robber sought by police

09/07/2013 6:50pm
Unified Police are seeking a man who made off with an undetermined amount of cash from a Chase Bank in Millcreek.

Influenced by media, amateurs try extreme caking

09/07/2013 7:56pm
If you're planning to bake a cake for your child's upcoming birthday party, you might want to ask yourself one question: "What would the Cake Boss do?"

Woman connected to officer's death arrested

09/07/2013 11:06pm
A woman connected to the shooting death of a Draper police officer last weekend was arrested late Saturday for investigation of obstructing justice.

Kids jump to raise funds for neighbor

09/07/2013 11:11pm
A single mother of two who lost her fingers and legs said she is overwhelmed by the support she has received from neighbors.

Flooding drives Utah County evacuations

09/07/2013 11:19pm
Residents of an Alpine neighborhood are cleaning up after flood waters forced them to evacuate for a few hours on Saturday. Heavy rains also caused mudslides in American Fork Canyon and flooding across Utah County.