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Airline passengers stuck for almost 12 hours

10/29/2013 7:42am
Passengers on an Allegiant Airlines Flight from Oakland to Provo were stuck for nearly 12 hours on three separate planes Monday.

Utahns rate 5 haunted houses

10/29/2013 8:12am
Fear-lovers are flocking to haunted houses all over the state before they close for the season. But with so many options, how can people know which one is the best to go to?

500 kids die, 7,500 injured by guns yearly

10/29/2013 9:02am
Some 7,500 children are hospitalized yearly for gunshot wounds, and 500 of them die, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Are you afraid to spend?

10/29/2013 9:25am
We've all been told the importance of saving money but some people may be saving too much.

5 cannons raised from wreck of Blackbeard's ship

10/29/2013 9:48am
Archeologists in North Carolina have recovered five more cannons from the wreck Blackbeard's flagship, the Queen Anne's Revenge.

New construction seen at NKorea missile site

10/29/2013 9:56am
A U.S. research institute says North Korea is conducting major construction at its main missile launch site, apparently to accommodate larger rockets and new mobile missiles.

Halloween haunts: Is scare factor frightful or delightful?

10/29/2013 10:10am
Troy Barber's six kids are somewhat divided on what makes a good scare. Five of them love being haunted, while the sixth would be delighted to miss the whole thing.

Jazz preview: Grading the upcoming season

10/29/2013 10:37am
The season is just around the corner. The Jazz will be graded on a different scale this year. Check out the syllabus for this year's team.

UVU professor plans first deaf culture digital library

10/29/2013 10:53am
A UVU professor received a grant to plan the first comprehensive digital library on deaf culture.

'Feel' objects in thin air: The future of touch technology

10/29/2013 11:04am
Touch technology has come a long way in the last decade. One thing still lacking in touchscreens, though, is any kind of sensory feedback.

Cellphone stops bullet aimed at Florida gas station clerk

10/29/2013 11:27am
A gas station clerk's smartphone may have saved his life Monday by blocking a bullet fired at his chest in an attempted armed robbery.

Utah ghost town once Hawaiian paradise

10/29/2013 1:30pm
Iosepa, an abandoned desert town near Tooele, was once home to a settlement of Hawaiians and named the best kept and most progressive city in Utah.

3 people charged with attempted murder in Kearns shooting

10/29/2013 3:38pm
Two adults and one juvenile each have been charged with six counts of attempted homicide in connection with a drive-by shooting last week.

Former mistress says she sent suggestive texts, moved in days after wife died

10/29/2013 4:20pm
The woman who prosecutors say was the motive for a murder plot told jurors Tuesday she texted suggestive photographs of herself to her lover, Martin MacNeill, on the day after his wife's death.

Intel chief: US spies on allies, they do it, too

10/29/2013 4:35pm
Facing lawmakers who suggested U.S. surveillance has gone too far, the national intelligence director on Tuesday defended spying on foreign allies as necessary and said such scrutiny of America's friends _ and vice versa _ is commonplace.

Man partially buried in 10-foot deep trench

10/29/2013 5:31pm
Crews in Lehi were able to free a man who was partially buried in a deep trench.

Davis High teacher arrested for allegedly having sex with student

10/29/2013 5:45pm
A Davis High School teacher has been arrested for allegedly having a sexual relationship with one of her students.

BYU-Utah Bowl game needs to happen

10/29/2013 6:14pm
How do you make a mundane bowl game memorable? Pair rivals. BYU and Utah have a chance to meet in the Fight Hunger Bowl — this is how and why it needs to happen.

Business leaders urge Utah delegation to push for quick immigration reform

10/29/2013 6:26pm
A group of mostly conservative Utahns delivered a message Tuesday to the state's members of Congress: Pass immigration reform now, not later.

Goblin Valley rock case under investigation by Emery County prosecutors

10/29/2013 6:32pm
The Emery County Attorney's Office confirmed Tuesday that it is investigating the "unique" case of two Utah Boy Scout leaders who pushed over a rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park.

Police question suspect in Ogden double stabbing

10/29/2013 7:24pm
An ongoing dispute led to two people being stabbed Tuesday in Ogden.

Cedar City mayoral candidates offer stark contrast for voters

10/29/2013 7:55pm
Next week, people in Cedar City will vote for a new mayor. Their choice is between a retired city councilman and a 26-year-old law student.

Experts give Utahns tips to prepare cars for winter

10/29/2013 8:06pm
The weather has changed and the temperature has dropped, and Utahns across the state need to prepare for winter.

5 great cups of hot chocolate

10/29/2013 8:29pm
Orange and yellow leaves may mean Halloween and scenic drives, but more deliciously it means hot cocoa on a chilly fall night.

Utahn creates movie to help fellow veterans fight depression, suicide

10/29/2013 8:40pm
A Utah veteran decided to help veterans who struggle with depression and suicidal thoughts by creating a movie.

A husband's perspective on infertility

10/29/2013 8:59pm
Infertility is one of the most gut-wrenching and emotionally draining experiences known to man (and woman) kind — and finding ways to deal while learning to still live a satisfying existence can be a difficult task. Here are a few tips.

BYU ranked as healthiest college in US

10/29/2013 9:08pm
BYU was named the healthiest college in the U.S. by The Daily Beast.

$600,000 fine issued to Utah oil producer for EPA violation

10/29/2013 9:14pm
Newfield Exploration Co., the largest producer of crude oil in Utah, has agreed to pay a $600,000 fine for violating federal regulations on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation.

Rapidly melting glaciers give Utah expert new view on climate change

10/29/2013 10:46pm
It's no secret that glaciers around the world are disappearing. But in Alaska, the pace of the meltdown is so rapid that a glacier expert who moved there from Utah says it changed his view of climate change.

Food stamps, debit cards stolen from SLC family

10/29/2013 10:51pm
A Salt Lake County family dependent on food stamps had their EBT card stolen, and Workforce Services may not be able to reimburse the lost funds.

Man found in Utah ravine penned letters to family

10/29/2013 11:00pm
A missing Kansas man spent his final days trapped in the wreckage of his van in a rural Utah ravine _ writing goodbye letters to the family he unexpectedly left in early September.

Man arrested in connection with alleged Burger King bathroom assault

10/29/2013 11:10pm
A man accused of assaulting a woman in a Burger King restaurant bathroom was arrested Tuesday afternoon.

Man allegedly assaults girl after driving her to school

10/29/2013 11:11pm
A man is behind bars after an elementary school teacher saw him kissing a 10-year-old student in Ogden.

Driver killed in bus crash father of U of U, NFL player

10/29/2013 11:14pm
Matt Asiata would trade every award he's received as a football player for the chance to talk to his father one more time. Monday night, he learned of his father's death in a phone call from his brother.

Olympic Team USA uniforms get Made in USA label

10/29/2013 11:16pm
Team USA will now wear the Made in the USA label. Every article of clothing made by Ralph Lauren for the U.S. Winter Olympic athletes in Sochi, including their opening and closing ceremony uniforms and their Olympic Village gear, has been made by domestic craftsman and manufacturers.