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Sunday Edition, Nov. 11: Romney's career, the Mormon moment and campaign clutter

11/11/2012 9:00am
A disappointing end to Mitt Romney's political reign. We'll discuss his candidacy and career. Plus with Romney's loss, is the Mormon Moment over? And Doug Wright offers his opinion on what to do with all the leftover campaign clutter.

New leaders chosen for Utah GOP

11/11/2012 9:45am
Wayne Niederhauser, R-Sandy, was selected as the new Senate president, and Rep. Becky Lockhart, R-Provo, remained House speaker following Republican leadership elections Nov. 8.

Distracted driving causes head-on crash near Vernal, 2 injured

11/11/2012 10:10am
Police say a distracted driver caused a head-on crash just before noon Thursday that injured two people.

1 found dead after shootout, standoff with Ogden police

11/11/2012 12:03pm
A person was found dead in a home after a shootout and standoff with Ogden police early Sunday morning.

PHOTOS: First big snow storm in Utah

11/11/2012 12:10pm
Saturday was a cold and snowy day across Utah, and while some cleaned up fallen branches, many Utahns spent the day out enjoying the fresh powder.

DeChristopher can't have 'social justice' job

11/11/2012 1:26pm
Environmental activist Tim DeChristopher had been offered a new job with the local First Unitarian Church's social justice efforts when the Federal Bureau of Prisons stepped in.

Deadly diagnosis means renewed shot at life for Utah mom

11/11/2012 4:26pm
There is really no point in doing surgery to try to rid Coby VanWagoner of the stage-four cancer that has spread throughout her chest, lungs and back. "The cancer has spread; it's done its job," but she hasn't lost to it yet.

3 injured when Salt Lake bus slides off E. Idaho highway

11/11/2012 6:44pm
The Idaho State Police say a Salt Lake Express bus slid off Interstate 15 Sunday morning, sending three passengers to the hospital.

Ski season begins soon, Brighton to open early due to snowfall

11/11/2012 8:47pm
The snow storm in Utah over the weekend brought accidents and power outages to many, but the upside can be seen on the faces of excited skiers ready to hit the slopes.

Over 100 accidents in first major snow storm; power being restored

11/11/2012 9:17pm
Quickly piling snow and sleet has cause over 100 accidents and injured at least 34 people over the last two days, according to the Utah Highway Patrol.

Utahns honor veterans' sacrifice

11/11/2012 10:15pm
Veterans Day became a national holiday back in 1938, but its roots really go back to 1918 with the end of World War One. All the major battles of that war formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.

KSL reporter appears as extra in new T.C. Christensen film

11/11/2012 10:31pm
Award-winning Utah filmmaker T.C. Christensen is in production with another movie. KSL reporter and anchor Carole Mikita writes about her experience as an extra on the set.

Police release name of man fatally stabbed at night club

11/11/2012 11:59pm
The name of a man fatally stabbed in the parking lot of a strip club was released Monday.

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