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Sunday Edition: Affordable Care Act

09/15/2013 9:00am
We discuss the questions that surround the Affordable Care Act. Plus, hear the buzz surrounding next year's race for the second congressional district and learn why Doug Wright is jumping on board the idea to use school buses as a revenue source.

Hiker rescued in The Subway at Zion National Park

09/15/2013 10:31am
A 38-year-old man stranded overnight after breaking his ankle in a fall in a slot canyon at Zion National Park was rescued by helicopter Sunday.

NY trial to examine reclusive copper heiress' will

09/15/2013 11:18am
She had wealth few could boast and used it to finance a life few would choose — an heiress to the fortune of the founder of Las Vegas spending 20 years voluntarily in New York hospital rooms.

Co-chairs named for Utah's Count My Vote initiative

09/15/2013 12:29pm
Former Gov. Mike Leavitt and former Utah first lady Norma Matheson were named co-chairs Friday of the Count My Vote initiative petition drive.

Dreams deferred: Boomers delaying retirement plans

09/15/2013 12:57pm
From the impact of the recession on savings to a fear of rising health care costs, a number of factors are forcing those in the baby boomer generation to reconsider leaving the workforce

Plaintiff in iconic school speech case starts tour

09/15/2013 1:08pm
Mary Beth Tinker was just 13 when she spoke out against the Vietnam War by wearing a black armband to her Iowa school in 1965. When the school suspended her, she took her free speech case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and won.

Utah regulators issue plan to fight air pollution

09/15/2013 1:38pm
Watchdog groups say regulators could lean more heavily on industry to fight air pollution in urban areas of northern Utah.

Utah Task Force 1 begins door-to-door search for Colo. flood victims

09/15/2013 1:53pm
Amid pouring rain and a flash flood warning for all of Boulder County, Utah Task Force 1 got the call to go to work Sunday.

Motorcycle crash in North Salt Lake sends rider to the hospital

09/15/2013 4:38pm
The driver of a motorcycle is in serious condition following a crash Sunday afternoon in North Salt Lake.

There are no moral victories for Utah in the Pac-12

09/15/2013 6:49pm
Three years into the Pac-12 the Utah Utes can no longer count on moral victories. No one involved with the school cares that the team was close in a hard-fought battle — not the Pac-12, not the BCS, not the coaches, not the fans and certainly not the opponent.

Alabama church marks 50th anniversary of bombing

09/15/2013 6:57pm
Hundreds of people black and white, many holding hands, filled an Alabama church that was bombed by the Ku Klux Klan 50 years ago Sunday to mark the anniversary of the blast that killed four little girls and became a landmark moment in the civil rights struggle.

Floods transform Colorado's 'Gore-Tex Vortex'

09/15/2013 7:46pm
The cars that normally clog Main Street in Lyons on the way to Rocky Mountain National Park have been replaced by military supply trucks. Shop owners in Estes Park hurriedly cleared their wares in fear that the Big Thompson River will rise again. A plywood sign encouraged residents mucking out their homes to "Hang in there."

Strange Utah names have nothing on Merry Olde England

09/15/2013 8:06pm
As strange as some local baby names can seem, we here in the Beehive State have nothing on the naming trends of the British Puritans during the 16th and 17th centuries. Taken straight from religious texts, names in Merry Ol' England gave their bearers more than a little to live up to.

Talking to young children about suicide

09/15/2013 8:19pm
After losing my sister to suicide, I knew it was only a matter of time before my kids would start asking questions. However, I wasn't ready for how soon. After talking to an experienced friend, I was able to get some tips. Here is what she said.

Parts of NM brace for more rain, clean up begins

09/15/2013 8:27pm
Another round of rainfall moved across New Mexico on Sunday, renewing the threat of heavy runoff from already saturated soils and flooding in low areas as residents faced a major cleanup effort from damage left in the wake of days of relentless rain.

10 Things to Know for Monday

09/15/2013 9:56pm
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday: