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Man being treated for depression hopes for life-saving procedure

10/18/2013 8:03am
An Ogden man is hoping for a procedure that could save his life after the battery stopped working on an implant that has been successfully treating his depression.

Driver hit by 2 trains arrested, accused of assault

10/18/2013 8:45am
A woman whose car was hit by two trains as she fled police has been arrested and may face charges of assault and reckless driving.

Extreme alarm clocks aim to break the 'snooze' habit

10/18/2013 9:29am
Does it take two, three, or maybe four presses of the "snooze" button to wake you up? A whole industry of alarm clocks is designed to break the snooze habit.

Study: Good night's sleep cleans out gunk in brain

10/18/2013 10:10am
When we sleep, our brains get rid of gunk that builds up while we're awake, suggests a study that may provide new clues to treat Alzheimer's disease and other disorders.

Driver of wrecked semitrailer possibly injured in hit-and-run

10/18/2013 10:18am
A semitrailer carrying crude oil smashed into a barricade on I-80. UHP said the driver may have left the truck and then was hit by a vehicle.

1.8M-year-old skull gives glimpse of our evolution

10/18/2013 10:20am
The discovery of a 1.8-million-year-old skull of a human ancestor buried under a medieval Georgian village provides a vivid picture of early evolution and indicates our family tree may have fewer branches than some believe, scientists say.

Tuesday night lights: I'm here for the benchwarmer

10/18/2013 10:43am
I sat in the stadium bleachers, watching my seventh-grade son's football game in the pouring rain. When the fourth quarter came and my son still hadn't played, I almost left. But the coach said something that made me stay. I'm so glad I did.

Low fast-food wages cost public $7 billion a year, study finds

10/18/2013 10:50am
The fast-food industry's practice of paying low wages and providing few benefits is costing the American taxpayers $7 billion a year in the form of public assistance, according to a new study from UC Berkeley and the University of Illinois.

Payson museum features Toys of Yesteryear

10/18/2013 10:52am
A museum in the heart of Payson City has on display a host of antique toys from the first half of the 20th century.

Woman claims local food bank gave spoiled goods

10/18/2013 11:06am
Jaime Douglass said when her family came home with the food they received from the Midvale food bank at the beginning of October, they were surprised to find worms and mold on many of the items.

Vatican warns of dangerous Sistine pollution

10/18/2013 11:15am
The head of the Vatican Museums warned Thursday he might be forced to limit the number of visitors to the Sistine Chapel if its new air conditioning and air purification systems don't significantly reduce "dangerous" pollution levels.

Deadly Halloween tableau too realistic for some

10/18/2013 11:26am
One man lies on his stomach on the driveway. Blood is splattered along the garage door that smashed his head and presumably killed him. Another man lies a few feet away, run over by a truck.

Utah couple secretly weds on Pirates of the Caribbean ride

10/18/2013 12:34pm
A Utah couple with a love for all things Disney got married during a lull on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Disneyland.

What you should watch on Netflix, Redbox this weekend

10/18/2013 2:11pm
The movie gurus John Clyde and Travis Poppleton give their picks for what you should watch on Netflix this weekend and what movies are worth picking up at Redbox. They also give a retro review on the 80's classic "Say Anything."

Air marshal accused of taking photos under skirts

10/18/2013 3:08pm
A federal air marshal has been arrested and accused of taking cellphone photographs underneath women's skirts as they boarded a plane at Nashville International Airport.

Man cries, falls to floor after conviction in rape case

10/18/2013 3:55pm
Gerber Arceli Flores became so emotional after a jury convicted him Thursday in a bizarre rape and kidnapping case that he had to be picked up off the floor by bailiffs and assisted from the courtroom.

Iranian man who survived hanging may face second execution

10/18/2013 4:16pm
Judges in Iran say the man who survived his first execution for smuggling drugs has to be hung again.

Man arrested for alleged thefts that filled 'an entire storage unit'

10/18/2013 4:58pm
A routine traffic stop led police to the discovery of a cache of stolen property and the arrest of a man suspected of committing burglaries "on an almost nightly basis," police said.

Prosecutors in MacNeill murder trial use bathtub in demonstration

10/18/2013 5:22pm
Utah County prosecutors used a bathtub as a courtroom prop on Friday to demonstrate how the body of a former beauty queen was found when it was discovered by her youngest daughter and neighbors who came to her aid.

Tires slashed, cars keyed in SLC neighborhood

10/18/2013 5:52pm
Salt Lake police were looking Friday for vandals who damaged dozens of cars on the city's east side.

Autopsy inconclusive for fetus found in NYC bag

10/18/2013 6:54pm
An autopsy of a fetus found in a teenage girl's shopping bag at a New York City lingerie store was inconclusive, and more tests will be needed to determine how the fetus died, the city medical examiner's office said Friday.

Toddler loses consciousness after becoming stuck between bed, wall

10/18/2013 7:30pm
A toddler was airlifted to Primary Children's Hospital after being found wedged in between a wall and a bed Friday afternoon.

Woman sentenced up to 57 1/2 years in prison for fatal Provo fire

10/18/2013 7:50pm
A woman convicted of starting a fire in an apartment complex that killed two women and injured another was sentenced Friday to spend up to 57 ½ years in prison.

Former Primary Children's worker accused of abusing patient

10/18/2013 7:55pm
A former medical worker at Primary Children's Hospital faces charges of sexually abusing a patient.

New streetcar system comes with heightened safety warnings

10/18/2013 8:07pm
The region's first modern streetcar line opens for riders December 8, but testing and a safety awareness campaign for the new system started Thursday.

Police seek public's help to bring down serial robber

10/18/2013 8:14pm
One man is allegedly responsible for robberies at four businesses in the Salt Lake Valley in the past two weeks, and police are asking for the public's help to put a stop to his crime spree.

Toddler falls from motel balcony in Salt Lake City

10/18/2013 8:15pm
A toddler was rushed to the hospital Friday morning after tumbling off a motel balcony in Salt Lake City.

Students build computers to donate to charity

10/18/2013 8:40pm
A group of students decided to use their newly acquired tech skills to build computers and then donate them to charity.

New NYC restaurant demands silence from patrons, staff

10/18/2013 8:49pm
Silence is golden. To the patrons of Eat restaurant in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, it's more like $40.

Blogger 'admits' to rarely bathing newborn, sparks online controversy

10/18/2013 9:12pm
When or when not to bathe a baby has long been a subject of discussion — and lately controversy. Recently, the issue generated more argument online when a popular mommy blogger "confessed " that she rarely bathes her newborn son.

Dallas police probe shooting of mentally ill man

10/18/2013 9:18pm
Surveillance video showing a Dallas police officer shooting a mentally ill man standing still about 20 feet away contradicts the assertion of an officer that the man threatened his safety by lunging at him with a knife.

Norwegian-Somali 'radicalized' before mall attack

10/18/2013 9:31pm
Quiet and respectful at the mosque as a boy, Hassan Abdi Dhuhulow later became angry and radicalized, people in the coastal town in Norway where he grew up said Friday of the Somali native _ the first Westgate Mall attacker to be identified.

Utah medical device company trying to optimize Obamacare

10/18/2013 10:19pm
A Utah medical device company is paying millions of dollars to help fund the Affordable Care Act, but rather than complain about it, the head of Merit Medical said he's figuring out ways to make it work.

Men behind Goblin Valley video receive death threats, hate mail

10/18/2013 10:20pm
Since a video showing two men toppling an iconic rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park went viral, a barrage of hate mail and death threats has rained down on the Utah Boy Scout leaders.

Mountain bike terrain to become official SLC park

10/18/2013 10:29pm
A long-time destination for city mountain bikers is finally becoming an official city park.

Utahn sets record by building world's largest amateur telescope

10/18/2013 10:29pm
A Utah man has set a record by building the world's largest amateur telescope, and he plans to travel the country to allow others to use it.

Former BSA employee faces child porn charges

10/18/2013 10:32pm
A Roy man who has worked for the Boy Scouts of America was arrested after police linked him to child pornography.

60K expected on opening day of deer hunt

10/18/2013 10:33pm
A lot of people are packing up their trailers and heading out for the general deer hunt, which opens Saturday.

Injunction against 'Ogden Trece' gang overturned by court

10/18/2013 10:46pm
An injunction that limits the activities of members of the gang known as "Ogden Trece" was overturned Friday, but officials in Weber County say the fight is far from over.