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Child porn found on SUU player's computer, police say

11/14/2012 7:26am
A nationally-recognized Southern Utah University football player now faces 10 felony charges stemming from child pornography found on his computer.

Chase ends in crash, 2 arrests

11/14/2012 7:50am
Police say two known gang members led officers on a short chase, but hit a parked car and a tree before officers arrested them.

Bigfoot in Utah County? National experts weigh in on viral video

11/14/2012 8:18am
A YouTube video showing a Bigfoot-like creature in Provo Canyon has gone viral, garnering more than five million views. I sent the video to Bigfoot experts from around the country and asked them to analyze it. What they have to say may surprise you.

Gephardt Gets It: Spotting fraudulent checks in the mail

11/14/2012 8:39am
What could possibly go wrong if someone sends you a check in the mail, and all you have to do is cash it?

Ex-Cedar Hills mayor sentenced to prison

11/14/2012 9:37am
Former Cedar Hills Mayor Eric A. Richardson shared a long, tearful embrace with his wife after a federal judge sentenced to prison for bank fraud Tuesday.

Airline fees: Are the little extras worth it?

11/14/2012 9:40am
Many airlines are raising fares and charging more fees just in time for holiday travel. Are there any little extras that may be worth shelling out a little extra money for?

Glasses equipped with camera create transparency for SLCPD

11/14/2012 10:59am
Mounted on the side of a pair of sunglasses is what Salt Lake City Police Chief Chris Burbank says is the future of police work.

Study: Overweight teens need support, not criticism

11/14/2012 11:33am
Teens who are overweight or obese report poor relationships with their parents, teachers, and friends; But often people don't know how to help, a new study says.

3 charged for allegedly dumping woman's body

11/14/2012 12:04pm
Three people have been charged with abuse or desecration of a body, a third-degree felony, in connection with the discovery of a woman's body behind a downtown businesses last week.

Scammers targeting breast cancer donation campaigns

11/14/2012 6:04pm
The breast cancer awareness campaign has become so mainstream that there are billions made in donations each year. But some people who think they are donating to the cause are actually being scammed.

BYU researchers find gene mutation predicting Alzheimer's

11/14/2012 6:06pm
Researchers at Brigham Young University have played a major role in discovering a new Alzheimer's risk gene.

19th-century baptistry discovered at new Provo LDS temple site

11/14/2012 6:10pm
The earliest known Utah County baptistry of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been discovered at the site of the old Provo Tabernacle.

Man arrested for attacking pet rabbit with sword

11/14/2012 6:22pm
A man who was invited to spend the night at an acquaintance's house was arrested after police say the homeowner awoke to find the man attacking his daughter's pet rabbit with a sword.

Man killed himself in Ogden standoff, police say

11/14/2012 6:23pm
A man found dead following a standoff with Ogden police died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, the Weber County Attorney's Office announced Wednesday.

Teen chased up tree by Voldemort the fainting goat

11/14/2012 6:46pm
In an unusual encounter during his morning route, a 14-year-old Utah paperboy says a goat knocked him onto the ground and chased him up a tree.

Macy's to bring back ZCMI Candy Windows

11/14/2012 6:48pm
Ready or not, the holiday season is here and City Creek is kicking off its festivities Thursday night with the return of a very popular downtown holiday tradition.

More Utahns in need of food as holidays approach

11/14/2012 7:08pm
With the holidays quickly approaching, more and more Utahns are in need of assistance to survive. The food banks are seeing a 40 percent increase in the number of people asking for help, but the resources are limited.

Tips for reading to children with special needs

11/14/2012 7:27pm
Children with special needs, like autism, often love reading and being read to. This advice from a sensory storytime specialist librarian can help parents make the most of reading time with their children with special needs.

What to do with your investments as 'fiscal cliff' looms

11/14/2012 7:39pm
Time is ticking toward the so-called "fiscal cliff," where several tax cuts expire and spending cuts go into effect. Still, agents appear to be urging clients to stay the course and not pull out of their investments.

Utah dark energy study hints at the end of the universe

11/14/2012 8:11pm
Will it die with a bang or a whimper? Will the universe eventually collapse into a "Big Crunch," a fateful inverse of the "Big Bang?" Or will it expand forever until it leaves a void that is dark, lonely and astonishingly vast.

The nose knows: Humans can smell fear

11/14/2012 9:09pm
Using sweat from men who had watched fear- and disgust-inducing movies, researchers found that other people smell and reacted to those emotions when exposed to samples of the sweat.

Marital infidelity: less shocking than in the past, equally destructive

11/14/2012 10:22pm
No matter who is involved, a marital affair can destroy careers, fracture families and grabs headlines. But in recent years, such indiscretions have become less shocking.

Student facing charges for assaulting Cyprus High classmate

11/14/2012 10:38pm
An 18-year-old Cyprus High School student was charged with forcible sexual abuse after police said he tackled and groped a 17-year-old female classmate on campus last week.

Oregon couple thrilled with recovery of model train business

11/14/2012 10:39pm
It wasn't exactly the great train robbery, but an Oregon couple nearly lost their entire model train business while visiting Utah. Tuesday, Ogden police found the trains, and the business is back on track.

Cleanup continues following weekend storm; volunteers needed

11/14/2012 10:42pm
The winter storm that swept through Utah last weekend may be over, but cleanup efforts are far from finished. Now city leaders in Utah County are asking for help.

Man's body taken from mortuary in family dispute

11/14/2012 11:01pm
The death of a loved one is something that often brings families together, but just the opposite has happened in Duchesne County. One side of a man's family is claiming a body was taken from a funeral home, and the other side says they had every right to do what they did.

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