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Utahns on road trip take selfie with Obama

05/22/2014 6:51am
A trio of Utah college students got an unexpected souvenir on their trip to Washington, D.C. — a selfie with President Obama.

Man injured during traffic stop accepts plea deal

05/22/2014 7:15am
A Uintah County sheep rancher who suffered facial injuries after a Naples police officer took him to the ground during a traffic stop has accepted a plea bargain from prosecutors.

Many of Utah's uninsured not lacking jobs, report says

05/22/2014 7:33am
Utahns lacking insurance aren't necessarily lacking jobs, according to a new report by FamiliesUSA.

Utah man goes the extra mile to return lost wallet

05/22/2014 7:43am
A Utah man who found a lost wallet full of cash at Walmart went the extra mile to find the out-of-town owner.

Former child bride, 'spiritual' husband accused of extortion

05/22/2014 8:43am
Allegations of extortion between a former child bride and her "spiritual" husband against a state-controlled trust fund were raised Wednesday during a hearing in a multimillion dollar civil lawsuit.

Paraglider breaks ankle in mountainside crash

05/22/2014 9:39am
A man flying a paraglider crashed in Battle Creek Canyon about 6 p.m. Wednesday, breaking his ankle.

Could bullying and harassment become a criminal offense?

05/22/2014 9:51am
A California city is considering an ordinance that would make bullying and harassment in the school yard a criminal offense, following earlier efforts by two cities in Wisconsin.

Colorado moose attack injures 2 women

05/22/2014 9:54am
A couple of Colorado women were recuperating after a moose attack northwest of Denver over the weekend.

Ask a Chef: Rockin' ribs

05/22/2014 10:40am
Nothing beats a summertime barbecue and Memorial Day weekend is the perfect time to try your hand at some new recipes on the grill.

Are your kids getting enough sleep?

05/22/2014 10:49am
Everyone needs sleep. Getting enough is crucial to everything from attention and memory to mood moderation. How many of us get crabby, anxious or downright depressed when we don't get enough sleep? A new study out this week says poor sleep in children under age 7 can have a negative impact on their overall health.

7 activities you can do this Memorial Day weekend

05/22/2014 10:55am
Local Memorial Day activities include several memorial services, a Wild West train ride and a cowboy poetry festival.

2 fires within 12 hours reported at Millcreek home

05/22/2014 10:55am
A home in East Millcreek went up in flames twice in less than 12 hours. The blaze killed four dogs and caused $150,000 in damage.

56-year term for Utah-Nevada crime rampage suspect

05/22/2014 11:12am
A man who authorities say went on a crime rampage that spanned two states and left a Utah couple dead has been sentenced to up to 56 years in Nevada for a kidnapping, robbery and botched carjacking at a casino.

2 employees suffer minor burns in South Salt Lake plant fire

05/22/2014 11:14am
Two employees at a South Salt Lake food processing plant suffered minor burns Thursday in a fire.

Woman who 'loved being a mother' suspected of killing her 3 young children

05/22/2014 11:42am
From the outside, Carol Coronado embraced motherhood. She played with her three girls — ran after them, kissed them, smiled with them, a neighbor recalled. Her children seemingly had no shortage of joy, as evidenced by their own abundant laughter.

Homeowner detains alleged robber in garage, calls police

05/22/2014 11:54am
A night of vandalism and burglaries ended with a fight and two men being arrested, police said.

Skyline High student, blind since birth, graduating with honors

05/22/2014 11:57am
When Granite School District vision specialist Deann Graves was paired with a second-grade student named Caroline Blaire 12 years ago, she quickly learned the young student was especially gifted.

Utah committed to defense of gay marriage ban

05/22/2014 12:14pm
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday he remains committed to defending Utah's same-sex marriage ban, calling decisions by other state leaders to not defend bans the "next step to anarchy."

When you need antibiotics — and when you don't

05/22/2014 12:46pm
You're sick. You're not sure what it is, but you know you would really love for this achy feeling, stuffed up head, or painful cough to go away. So you go to the doctor — and demand drugs. If recent research is any indication, your physician will likely prescribe you an antibiotic, even if he or she knows it won't make you better any faster.

Have You Seen This? Pedestrian Frogger

05/22/2014 1:15pm
In some places in the world, every safe street crossing is a bona fide miracle that closely resembles the classic game Frogger.

Lawmaker: VA wait-list, cover-up allegations 'tip of the iceberg'

05/22/2014 1:43pm
A congressional committee chairman investigating allegations of delayed care and cooked books at Veterans Affairs health care facilities said the current revelations are "just the tip of the iceberg."

Outdoor movies to watch this summer

05/22/2014 2:01pm
Catch these outdoor film festivals throughout Utah to enjoy seeing old and new favorites in the comfort of the great outdoors.

Bickering roommates were drinking before strangulation, charges state

05/22/2014 2:36pm
A day of heavy drinking and arguing preceded the strangulation death of a Vernal man, according to charging documents filed in the murder case against the man's roommate.

Simple ways moms can help each other out

05/22/2014 3:28pm
Every mother needs a helping hand, especially from another mother. Whether bartering a skill, sharing an innovative idea or just being there for someone in need, moms helping moms makes motherhood a happier place to be.

Ranking the X-Men films from worst to best

05/22/2014 4:02pm
"X-Men: Days of Future Past" opens this week, so we decided to rank the existing X-Men films from worst to best.

Man charged after allegedly setting fire to a woman's bedroom

05/22/2014 5:10pm
A man has been charged with aggravated arson after officials say he threatened a woman and set fire to her bedroom.

New site for state prison could be named by end of 2014

05/22/2014 6:02pm
A legislative panel wants to find land for a new state prison by the time lawmakers meet in general session next January. It's among the things members of Utah's newly formed Prison Relocation Commission discussed in their first meeting Thursday.

Utahns can expect plenty of wildfires this summer, officials say

05/22/2014 6:38pm
Multiple fire agencies met Thursday to discuss the outlook for Utah's 2014 wildfire season. Initial indicators predict a "normal" fire season for the state, which means plenty of fire activity.

Driver charged with murder in Draper crash appears in court

05/22/2014 6:40pm
A man charged with murder in a fatal traffic accident while allegedly driving drunk made his first appearance in court Thursday.

School-based clinics bringing affordable health care to neighborhoods

05/22/2014 6:58pm
For many Utahns, even the most minor need for health care comes loaded with hurdles to overcome. When one has no insurance, no doctor, no car and little money, a simple doctor visit becomes a complicated affair.

Bees gain 'most high-profile player' in franchise history

05/22/2014 7:10pm
Former American League MVP Josh Hamilton joined the Salt Lake Bees in the middle of an eight-game home stand that includes Thursday's game against the Albuquerque Isotopes.

Emergency survival for women on their own

05/22/2014 7:31pm
Women who live on their own need survival skills when disaster strikes.

Building for the future, courthouse crews dig up city's past

05/22/2014 7:51pm
While removing the last portions of soil and concrete to finish landscaping between the Frank E. Moss Courthouse and the new federal building on the corner of 400 South and West Temple, crews discovered buried bits of the city's history.

Provo woman's death being investigated as murder, police say

05/22/2014 8:06pm
Police say they are investigating the death of a 60-year-old Provo woman as a murder.

Cameras catch thief taking flowers from school grounds

05/22/2014 8:12pm
A woman was caught on video this week stealing flowers that were part of a school-wide project at James Madison Elementary. School officials hope releasing surveillance video of the theft will help to identify the woman.

Mom addicted to pregnancy: 'I won’t stop until womb falls out’

05/22/2014 8:28pm
Pregnancy addiction is now an issue: a 37-year- old mother of four in the United Kingdom gets such a rush from being pregnant says she'll continue to have babies until her 'womb falls out.'

4 ways to get the most out of the drive-in

05/22/2014 9:09pm
Heading to the drive-in? Make it a night to remember with these four tips.

Mother persuaded kidnapped woman to go to police

05/22/2014 9:12pm
A California woman who says she was kidnapped a decade ago by her mother's boyfriend lived a seemingly ordinary life with her alleged captor year after year, but she was too scared to go to authorities until she recently reunited with her mother, police said Thursday.

Alpine-based rugby club plays final scrimmage in prom dresses

05/22/2014 9:33pm
A club rugby team in Alpine decided to add some flair to its sport by wearing prom dresses for its final game.

New veterans memorial to be unveiled in Vernal

05/22/2014 10:19pm
A new memorial to America's servicemen and women, donated by a Uintah County businessman and created by a Kanab-based artist, will be unveiled Saturday in Vernal.

Former Canyons bus driver charged with 23 counts of aggravated abuse

05/22/2014 10:26pm
A former school bus driver for the Canyons School District was charged Thursday with 23 counts of aggravated sexual abuse of a child involving a 5-year-old girl with special needs.

Red Cross app provides critical info during wildfire season

05/22/2014 10:27pm
Have questions about wildfire safety? Look no further than the American Red Cross Wildfire app.

Rock climbing helps U. vets adjust to civilian life

05/22/2014 11:05pm
A Marine Corps veteran found healing and camaraderie while rock climbing in Utah — and he's out to pass it on to other returning soldiers.

New Utah theme park will be interactive and immersive

05/22/2014 11:59pm
A newly planned Evermore theme park in Utah is a trip back in time to Victorian England with a fantastical, choose-your-own-adventure twist.