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Sunday Edition: Illegal activity in SLC

09/08/2013 9:00am
We will cut through the politics and give you clear analysis on the situation in Syria. Plus, a KSL investigation goes undercover to expose a dark shadow re-emerging in downtown Salt lake.

SLC Comic Con wraps up with over 50K tickets sold

09/08/2013 10:17am
The inaugural installment of the Salt Lake Comic Con was, by the numbers, a huge success. So much so, in fact, that event organizers had to declare the event sold out around 3 p.m. Saturday.

Big BYU win leads to big questions

09/08/2013 10:41am
BYU put on a show in Provo Saturday night against No. 15 Texas, but despite an impressive win over a big-time school, big questions continue to rise to the top.

Study finds online privacy concerns on the rise

09/08/2013 11:25am
Lynn Boyden, a college professor in Los Angeles who teaches website design, says she has developed two identities online: a public one for her professional life and a private one that only a few close friends can access.

1 man dead after Roy shooting

09/08/2013 12:41pm
The 23-year-old victim of a shooting in Roy died Sunday morning and police have identified a suspect, officials say.

Rollover accident sends 21-year-old woman to the hospital

09/08/2013 1:38pm
A 21-year-old woman from Brigham City was taken to the hospital after a rollover car accident.

Small California city welcomes doomsday bunkers

09/08/2013 1:57pm
In the backyard of his remote Southern California home, Bernie Jones is etching an unconventional blueprint: a construction plan to build his underground survival shelter. It won't be the typical, cramped Cold War-era bunker. It will hold 20 people.

Gunmen kill 11, wound 18 in poor Guatemala town

09/08/2013 3:50pm
A group of men in a stolen car shot 29 people on the main street of a poor indigenous town in the mountains outside Guatemala City, killing 11 in an incident that some residents blamed on corrupt police officers

Adoptions on the decline

09/08/2013 3:58pm
International adoptions have decreased 62 percent since a peak in 2004. The decline correlates with increased U.S. oversight of the adoption process, but experts say foreign governments have imposed strict rules for adoptions as well.

Alpine residents clean up from 1 storm, brace for another

09/08/2013 5:00pm
The city of Alpine is expecting more storms after Saturday's downpour as city crews and residents worked to prevent more disaster. Sunday morning the city sent out a call for volunteers; hundreds of people responded.

1 juvenile dead, 1 injured in shooting

09/08/2013 5:31pm
One juvenile was killed and another taken to the hospital after a shooting in Murray Saturday, police said.

McDonald's restaurant robbed in Heber

09/08/2013 6:26pm
A man who claimed to be armed robbed the McDonald's restaurant in Heber on Sunday, making off with a "substantial amount of money," according to police.

Pleasant Grove residents asked to boil drinking water following storm

09/08/2013 6:51pm
Authorities in Pleasant Grove have issued a boil advisory for city residents using water from the municipal water supply.

Collision in Hurricane diverts early morning traffic

09/08/2013 7:25pm
A car drifted over the center lane on State Street and 2500 West in Hurricane and crashed head-on into another vehicle early Sunday morning. Police said they believe alcohol was involved in the accident.

American Fork Canyon reopens after flooding

09/08/2013 7:49pm
Saturday's storm brought a large amount of rain in short period of time. Floods and debris slides followed in American Fork Canyon around Timpanongos Caves.

Utah's Travis Wilson among elite company

09/08/2013 8:58pm
From Heisman trophy winner Johnny Manziel to the elusive Chuckie Keeton at Utah State, college football is full of great quarterbacks. Especially in the Pac-12. Four of the nation's top quarterbacks call the "Conference of Champions" home.

LOTOJA cyclist's race finished by family and friends

09/08/2013 10:38pm
Cyclists from around the country finished the LOTOJA Classic yesterday but for a group from Mesa, Arizona the race was about much more than a finish time.

The Polynesian Cultural Center celebrates 50 years

09/08/2013 10:42pm
More than 4,000 Latter-day Saints have traveled to Hawaii this week to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Polynesian Cultural Center where they once performed.