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FBI used death row inmate in search for remains

10/11/2013 6:59am
FBI agents took the unusual step of temporarily letting a federal death row inmate out of his cell so he could help with the search for the body of one of the two women he killed.

Cheapside Hoard puts 17th-century bling on display

10/11/2013 8:20am
Diamonds may be forever, but a lot of jewelry doesn't survive through the centuries. Rings and bracelets get broken up for re-use, pearls decay, gold is melted down.

Ohio Amish girl who ended chemo gets a guardian

10/11/2013 10:21am
An attorney who's a registered nurse has been given the power to make medical decisions for a 10-year-old Ohio Amish girl who decided with her parents to end her chemotherapy treatments.

Middle school bans balls, restricts tag for safety

10/11/2013 10:35am
A middle school on Long Island has banned the use of balls and is requiring coach supervision for traditional recess games like tag because of safety fears.

Kansas man is hit by train, gets up and walks away

10/11/2013 10:57am
Authorities say a Kansas man who was walking along railroad tracks wearing headphones was hit by a train that he didn't hear approaching behind him — but that he got back up and kept walking.

Angel Moroni placed on new Payson temple

10/11/2013 11:39am
The new temple for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints under construction in Payson was topped with the angel Moroni.

Kerry in Afghanistan for urgent security talks

10/11/2013 11:46am
The future of U.S. involvement in Afghanistan after the last troops leave at the end of 2014 may depend on whether U.S. officials like Secretary of State John Kerry can allay Afghan President Hamid Karzai's worries about sovereignty, Pakistan and the safety of Afghan citizens at the hands of Western troops.

Georgia Tech 'rapebait' e-mail writer apologizes

10/11/2013 12:18pm
In response to an incendiary e-mail that drew criticism from online sites and on-campus organizations alike, a Georgia Tech student and Phi Kappa Tau fraternity member has stepped forward and issued an apology in the school's newspaper.

'Bionic man' walks, breathes with artificial parts

10/11/2013 1:03pm
Gentlemen, we can rebuild him, after all. We have the technology.

Pilot denies flying while under the influence

10/11/2013 1:33pm
A Utah pilot who crashed a plane at the Sandpoint airport has denied charges he was flying under the influence of prescription medication.

5 reasons 'Captain Phillips' is one of the best films of 2013

10/11/2013 2:01pm
The incredible true story of Captain Richard Phillips and his ordeal after being kidnapped by Somali pirates has received the Hollywood treatment and is now in theaters. The film is powerful and unforgettable and here are five reasons it is one of the best movies of 2013.

Robbery suspect killed, police unsure of location

10/11/2013 2:10pm
Unified police detectives are investigating a homicide during an apparent home invasion robbery, but they didn't know Friday where the shooting or alleged robbery occurred.

'You're a stay-at-home mom? What do you do all day?'

10/11/2013 4:13pm
Blogger and radio host Matt Walsh answers the charged question many stay at home moms have to answer: "What do you do all day?"

Minn. teen gets 3 years for prostituting minor

10/11/2013 4:20pm
Montia Parker seemed loaded with promise as she was finishing high school this spring: an honor roll student already accumulating college credit, a frequent volunteer and cheerleading captain at her suburban Minneapolis school.

Man says 1973 UFO incident turned life upside down

10/11/2013 4:34pm
Charles Hickson never regretted the notoriety that came his way after he told authorities he encountered an unidentified flying object and its occupants 40 years ago on the banks of the Pascagoula River. Until his death in 2011, Hickson told his story to anyone who would listen.

Charges dismissed for man accused of vicious rape

10/11/2013 5:04pm
Sexual assault charges against a man arrested in what was originally described as a brutal rape have been dismissed.

Weber State students help local kids learn to read

10/11/2013 5:19pm
Some students at Weber State University are getting credit every Friday for not going to class. In fact, they're required not to go to class — at least not on campus. Their class is at an elementary school.

Layton man builds website aimed at boosting voter turnout

10/11/2013 6:04pm
Voter turnout for municipal elections is typically dismal in Utah, and one resident has designed a tool to help improve participation.

2nd LDS missionary dies in 2 days

10/11/2013 6:14pm
An 18-year-old missionary for the LDS Church was killed in Southern California Thursday when he was struck by a vehicle while riding his bicycle.

Despite shutdown, crews work to mitigate flood damage

10/11/2013 6:18pm
Although 90 percent of its Utah staff has been furloughed, a federal agency most people know little about is still working around the state to reduce the risk of future flooding.

Tip leads to new arrest in convenience store robberies

10/11/2013 6:30pm
A man suspected of committing a Layton robbery was cleared of the crime after a man matching his description robbed the same convenience store while the first man was in jail.

Banks step up to help furloughed workers

10/11/2013 6:53pm
An increasing number of furloughed workers are having trouble keeping up with payment of bills. Some banks are stepping up to offer help.

Family dog exposes abusive babysitter

10/11/2013 7:28pm
Man's best friend doesn't even begin to cover it. A couple has their dog to thank for saving their infant son from an abusive babysitter.

Director secretly shoots feature at Disney parks

10/11/2013 8:08pm
As a kid, Randy Moore was haunted by Disney World, where he made an annual trip during summers with his dad. So as an adult, and a filmmaker, Moore wanted to capture and question the allure of such manufactured fantasy.

Utah National Guard helps Colorado cities recover from flood damage

10/11/2013 8:14pm
Members of Utah's National Guard are hard at work in Colorado, trying to get several major highways reopened that were wiped out by recent floods. People living in those areas said just getting to a grocery store is a challenge.

Newly rescued pit bull saves life of owner's son

10/11/2013 9:03pm
When pit bulls make the news, it's usually because there's been an attack. But this week, a pit bull is being heralded as a hero after the newly-rescued dog saved his owner's 4-year- old son from a life-threatening situation.

Politicians unsure when gov't shutdown will end

10/11/2013 9:29pm
Meetings at the White House have continued in an effort to resolve the government shutdown, but Utah Republicans aren't sure when the shutdown will end.

Another migrant ship capsizes off Italy; 27 dead

10/11/2013 9:51pm
For the second time in a week, a smugglers' boat overloaded with migrants capsized in the Canal of Sicily on Friday as it made the perilous crossing from Africa to Europe. At least 27 people drowned, but 221 people were rescued in a joint Italian-Maltese operation, officials said.

Breastfeeding moms say they need more help from doctors

10/11/2013 9:53pm
Some breastfeeding moms in Utah say they aren't getting the backup they need — especially at the doctor's office.

Utahns gather to hear Pastor Joel Osteen's message of hope

10/11/2013 10:10pm
God has a specific purpose waiting for each person, and each day is a chance to shake off whatever negative experiences might hinder them from reaching their destiny, celebrity pastor Joel Osteen said Friday.

Wanted Utah man arrested in Hawaii for parole violation

10/11/2013 10:29pm
U.S. Marshalls arrested a man from Taylorsville, Utah in Hawaii on Friday who has been wanted by police since Sept. 27, 2012 for a parole violation.

Workers scrambling to open Utah's national parks; Zion already open

10/11/2013 10:32pm
National Park Service workers were busy Friday preparing to open eight national recreations sites in Utah that were closed the past 11 days due to the federal government shutdown.

Lawmaker joins fight in legalizing cannabis extract for medicinal use

10/11/2013 10:34pm
A Utah lawmaker has joined a family's fight to legally obtain a cannabis extract and bring it back across state lines to give to their ailing children.

Fall in full bloom at Alpine Loop

10/11/2013 10:51pm
Many federal lands remain closed during the shutdown, but American Fork's Alpine Loop is a prime spot to see Utah's fall colors.

Prep football: Week 8 scores/schedules

10/11/2013 11:06pm
Check back here for the latest scores from all the week 8 prep football games across the state.

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