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Man crushed to death by grapes in Spain

10/05/2013 9:42am
Emergency services say a man has died after being crushed by grapes during the annual harvest in the central Spanish wine producing region of Castilla-La Mancha.

Research points to lives saved by regular mammography screening

10/05/2013 10:17am
New research shows that the majority of breast cancer-related deaths result from women who do not get regular mammograms. New techniques are also on the forefront. It is recommended that women start receiving regular mammograms at age 40.

USU receives $6M endowment for business school

10/05/2013 10:43am
Jeffrey and Bonnie Clark have gifted the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University with a $6 million endowment to create the Jeffrey D. Clark Center for Entrepreneurship.

Taysom Hill proved his doubters wrong

10/05/2013 11:12am
BYU QB Taysom Hill proved his doubters wrong Friday night as he led the Cougars past a good USU team 31-14 in Logan.

The most charitable cities in America

10/05/2013 11:38am
Utah is well represented on a list of the 20 most "generous" cities in the United States. The top three slots all belong to Utah cities.

NBC show will send someone into space

10/05/2013 12:57pm
NBC is planning a competition show with a grand prize that's out of this world: a ride into space.

SLC elementary teacher named Teacher of the Year

10/05/2013 1:17pm
Foxboro Elementary School fifth-grade teacher Allison P. Riddle was named Utah's Teacher of the Year for 2014 at an awards ceremony Friday night in Salt Lake City.

Pentagon: Most furloughed civilians ordered back

10/05/2013 4:05pm
The Pentagon is bringing back to work at least 90 percent of the estimated 350,000 defense civilian employees who were furloughed in the partial government shutdown. The move takes a big bite out of the impact of the political impasse in Washington that has left the government without a budget.

Migrant coffins lined up in Italian airport hangar

10/05/2013 5:33pm
The coffins of African migrants killed in a shipwreck off the Italian island of Lampedusa were lined up in long rows inside an airport hangar where survivors of the tragedy paid their respects Saturday. All of the caskets had a single rose on top except for the four of the youngest victims, which had stuffed animals.

Hearing postponed for accused Ogden church shooter

10/05/2013 5:43pm
The attorney for a man accused of shooting and nearly killing his father-in-law during a crowded Father's Day church service Ogden has requested more time to review the man's mental state before moving forward.

Chuckie Keeton tears ACL and MCL; done for season

10/05/2013 5:47pm
Utah State head coach Matt Wells announced that Chuckie Keeton is done for the season after tearing his ACL and MCL in Utah State's loss to BYU.

Hikers climb fence into Zion National Park in protest of gov't shutdown

10/05/2013 6:50pm
A heavy metal gate with a large "do not enter" sign was not enough to stop some protestors from visiting Zion National Park on Saturday.

Police: Man who set himself ablaze on Mall dies

10/05/2013 7:24pm
A man who set himself on fire on the National Mall in the U.S. capital has died of his injuries, which were so severe that authorities will have to use DNA and dental records to identify him, District of Columbia police said Saturday.

DOD recall, back-pay bill mark Day 5 of shutdown

10/05/2013 7:51pm
For days lawmakers have debated which federal workers should be put back to work. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel ended the argument Saturday for most Pentagon civilian employees, ordering nearly all 350,000 back on the job.

Utah reverend blesses pets with good health and companionship

10/05/2013 8:42pm
Animals were blessed at Liberty Park on Saturday, in recognition of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and the environment.

Great Plains digs out of heavy snow, storm debris

10/05/2013 9:38pm
Breaking nearly century-old early autumn snowfall records, a storm system smothered South Dakota's scenic Black Hills in South Dakota with up to 3 1/2 feet of wet, heavy snow, leaving residents the challenge of digging out.

Use of force to be studied in DC police chase

10/05/2013 9:48pm
Police in Washington are reviewing the use of officers' deadly force in the killing of a woman who tried to ram her car through a White House barrier, a shooting her family says was unjustified.

LDS church membership hits 15 million

10/05/2013 9:56pm
Latter-day Saints from around the world gathered in Salt Lake City Saturday for the beginning sessions of the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' semiannual General Conference. President Thomas S. Monson announced a milestone in church membership, while other church leaders spoke of the importance of loving, accepting and striving to understand one another.

Baby dies from injuries sustained in Murray traffic accident

10/05/2013 10:00pm
The 3-month-old boy who was on life support after a car crash in the Murray area Friday evening died from his injuries Saturday. Wanting to share their story, Keelie and Alex Cook spoke with KSL News shortly after their son's death.

US forces nab al-Qaida leader in Tripoli

10/05/2013 10:08pm
U.S. special forces on Saturday carried out a raid in the Libyan capital to capture an al-Qaida leader linked to the 1998 American Embassy bombings in east Africa and wanted by the United States for more than a decade, U.S. officials said.

Debate over LDS women's roles spotlighted in protest

10/05/2013 10:15pm
About 150 women and their male supporters requested entrance for women to the all-male Priesthood Session of LDS General Conference Saturday but were turned away and invited to watch the proceedings on the Internet or other broadcast outlets.