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Survivor recalls deadly accident, urges Utahns to buckle up

09/17/2013 7:43am
Jamie Dangerfield clearly remembers the day when she asked her best friend Chelsie Hill, "Do you want to drive? Or do you want me to drive?"

Colorado flooding could keep tourists away

09/17/2013 9:20am
A little more than a year after Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper insisted his wildfire-ravaged state was still "open for business," he may have to throw another lifeline to the state's billion-dollar tourism industry as the world takes in the startling images of dramatic flood rescues and washed-out roads.

Uproar as French jeweler kills thief, is charged

09/17/2013 9:34am
Outrage is growing in France over the decision to bring voluntary homicide charges against a jeweler who shot and killed an escaping robber, but the country's top security official on Tuesday urged fearful storekeepers to let justice take its course.

UTOPIA customers see 78 percent price cut

09/17/2013 9:52am
UTOPIA, the open-access, fiber-optic network formed by a group of Utah cities to provide advanced communications infrastructure to their residents, together with its Internet service providers announced a 78 percent price reduction Monday.

35 years later, woman searches for teacher who changed her life

09/17/2013 10:39am
When Shannon Shuman's fourth grade teacher strayed from the curriculum to teach a lesson just for her, Shuman's whole life changed.

Charges filed in death of man buried in backyard

09/17/2013 11:01am
Charges have been filed in the death of a man whose body was found buried in the backyard of a home in Roy.

Student told not to write about God in 'regrettable misunderstanding'

09/17/2013 11:15am
A woman in Tennessee took her concerns to school after her 10-year-old daughter was not allowed to write about God as her idol for an assignment.

Utah new leader in training next experts in Homeland Security

09/17/2013 12:34pm
Disasters like the flooding in Boulder, Colo. or the Navy Yard shootings need Homeland Security experts at the helm. Now people all over the west can train to be those leaders right here at Salt Lake Community College.

Map shows the divide in the BYU/Utah rivalry

09/17/2013 12:54pm
It's the annual week where fans all along the Wasatch Front declare their loyalty between BYU and Utah. Even if you don't follow football, it seems everyone expects you to pick a side.

Concordia success boosts pride for shamed Italy

09/17/2013 2:11pm
The extraordinary righting of the Costa Concordia from its watery Tuscan graveyard has given Italy a boost of sorely needed pride, helping erase the shame many felt after an Italian captain took the cruise ship off course in an apparent stunt, crashed it and then abandoned ship before everyone was evacuated.

BYU linebacker Hadley suspended

09/17/2013 2:53pm
Just days ahead of BYU's meeting with Utah, senior linebacker Spencer Hadley has been suspended for five games as the result of an honor code violation.

Sandusky's bid for new trial in Pa. judges' hands

09/17/2013 4:14pm
Jerry Sandusky's lawyer faced skeptical questioning Tuesday from three judges on the Pennsylvania appeals court over his client's request that they order a new trial in his child sexual abuse case.

Federal regulations cost West billions of dollars, report says

09/17/2013 4:33pm
A new report shows that Utah and other energy- producing states in the West are losing out on billions of dollars and thousands of jobs because of oil and gas development that languishes due to land encumbered by federal regulations.

'Hiccup Girl' on trial on murder charge in Florida

09/17/2013 5:09pm
A Florida woman who appeared on several national television programs as a teen because of her uncontrollable hiccupping went on trial on a murder charge on Tuesday.

Love of U.S. Constitution is contagious for Uintah County students

09/17/2013 6:08pm
Jeff Ross didn't really discover his love for the U.S. Constitution until he was in college.

Teen hit by car in Sandy

09/17/2013 6:37pm
A 17-year-old boy is in the hospital after being hit by a car in Sandy.

Utah beekeepers can exchange 'terrible tasting' red honey

09/17/2013 6:41pm
Utah beekeepers who have candy cane-infused red honey — which technically can't be sold as honey — can trade that honey for normal honey under an exchange set up through the Wasatch Beekeepers Association.

Foster parents took them in, now new college program does the same

09/17/2013 6:46pm
Statistics about educational attainment and life outcomes for young people who "age out" of foster care are dismal. Some U.S. colleges and universities are creating solutions that help these young people transition to successful adult lives.

Judge reduces bail for doctor charged in child porn case

09/17/2013 7:02pm
A doctor charged with viewing child pornography at work says his high bail could keep him from supporting his family.

I used to be a perfect mom, but my special-needs kids taught me otherwise

09/17/2013 7:27pm
I had parenting all figured out — until I had two boys on the autism spectrum who teach me lessons in acceptance, priorities and compassion that I needed to learn.

UDOT opens up new 80 mph speed zones

09/17/2013 7:40pm
UDOT announced Tuesday that the speed limit has been increased to 80 mph in several areas of the state.

3 receive kidney transplant in chain of giving

09/17/2013 7:54pm
Three people are recovering after receiving new kidneys. What makes their medical procedure so incredible is the connection they share — living donors who came together as part of a paired transplant exchange.

Women prisoner's weight gain costs state, audit says

09/17/2013 7:58pm
A legislative audit shows the Utah State Prison could have saved $1.2 million the past five years had it served female inmates less food.

Man killed puppy in anger, police say

09/17/2013 8:06pm
A Salt Lake City man has been charged with torturing a companion animal after police say he became angry with a 4-month-old puppy and killed it.

5 delicious foods that lower heart disease risk

09/17/2013 8:27pm
Keeping your heart healthy can be a delicious experience.

Lee pushes for $2.5K tax credit per child for families

09/17/2013 8:37pm
U.S. Sen. Mike Lee is proposing the Family Fairness and Opportunity Tax Reform Act, which would grant parents an additional $2,500 tax credit per child.

SLC ranked 'good place to live' for those with seasonal allergies

09/17/2013 9:03pm
Salt Lake City residents have it easier than some when it comes to seasonal allergies. On a list of 100 U.S. cities compiled by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Salt Lake City ranked number 92 for allergies related to pollen and other seasonal factors.

Woman attempts to sell her baby for $50, police say

09/17/2013 9:30pm
Cottonwood Heights police took an infant into protective custody Tuesday after the mother allegedly attempted to sell the child while experiencing a drug-related psychotic episode.

Fire spreads to 8 vehicles in UVU parking lot

09/17/2013 10:25pm
A fire started in the engine of a car parked near the Utah Valley University library quickly spread to seven other vehicles.

Neighbors celebrate rivalry week with annual prank

09/17/2013 10:34pm
Two Bluffdale neighbors come up with a new prank every year for rivalry week.

Miniature horse finds calling as therapy animal

09/17/2013 10:35pm
Debbie Hamilton originally bought Daisy as a show horse, but she said the animal was too mellow to show but just right for therapy work.

2 Salem High football players suspended amid allegations of hazing, harassment

09/17/2013 10:43pm
Two Salem Hills High School football players have been suspended after the Nebo school district received reports about players involved with hazing and harassment.

Blacksmith Fork Canyon fire contained after burning 80 acres

09/17/2013 10:47pm
A fire burning in Blacksmith Fork Canyon has reached 20 acres. The fire has been named the North Cottonwood Fire, and crews are facing some challenges as they begin to fight it.

Navy Yard gunman told police he was hearing voices

09/17/2013 10:48pm
A month before he went on the shooting rampage that killed 12 people, Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis complained to police in Rhode Island that people were talking to him through the walls and ceilings of his hotel rooms and sending microwave vibrations into his body to deprive him of sleep.

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