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Sunday Edition: SL County property tax increase and anorexia

11/18/2012 9:00am
Salt Lake County's mayor calling for a property tax increase. We'll hear both sides of the issue. Then we'll discuss anorexia with and an expert on treating eating disorders.

Rep. Jen Seelig is new minority leader for Utah House Democrats

11/18/2012 10:01am
Utah House Democrats have elected the state's first woman minority leader, Rep. Jen Seelig, D-Salt Lake.

Roy motorcyclist killed in Clearfield identified

11/18/2012 11:03am
Police have identified a motorcyclist killed in a traffic accident Tuesday.

Delays on TRAX after copper stolen from two stations

11/18/2012 11:48am
Copper thefts at two West Jordan TRAX stops caused train delays Sunday morning, UTA spokesman Gerry Carpenter said.

'Real change' meters to raise funds and awareness for homeless

11/18/2012 12:04pm
Lucy Cardenas has long wanted a red parking meter to be placed in front of her Red Iguana restaurant.

Utah should have strong recovery

11/18/2012 1:11pm
In a slow recovery, any sign of improvement is welcome.

Utah's Pacific Islanders have high rate of diabetes

11/18/2012 2:08pm
Like most 10-year-olds, Tesch West believed she was invincible. It was also at that age when she was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.

Exports to Europe are vital part of Utah's economy

11/18/2012 2:14pm
Utah is red-hot when it comes to international business, and part of the reason is the state's emphasis on exports.

VIDEO: College co-eds test out Nissan Versa and Toyota Yaris

11/18/2012 5:20pm
Our guest tester this week is Briana Bodily, Utah State Journalism Student. She drove the borrowed Toyota Yaris on a beautiful fall evening and a lent Nissan Versa on a crummy fall evening.

Police look for woman who robbed shop with young son

11/18/2012 5:43pm
West Valley City police are searching for a woman accused of robbing a smoke shop at gunpoint while accompanied with her young son.

Cartels recruiting teenagers to smuggle drugs into US

11/18/2012 6:58pm
Federal agents in charge of monitoring drug smuggling along the U.S.-Mexico border say more and more teenagers are getting involved in the smuggling trade - and may even be at risk for recruitment.

Hunters found dead in Great Salt Lake identified

11/18/2012 9:01pm
Police have identified two men who were found dead late Saturday night in the Great Salt Lake.

Kanab family loses income, stability in Hostess shutdown

11/18/2012 10:11pm
Americans across the country are scooping up one of their last chances at eating a Hostess treat. However, the real tragedy is the workers who are now unemployed just before the holidays.

Girl in critical condition after rod pierces neck

11/18/2012 10:18pm
A girl is in critical condition after a curtain rod pierced through her neck.

One killed in Spanish Fork Canyon crash

11/18/2012 10:23pm
One person was killed when a driver crossed over into oncoming traffic Sunday morning.

LDS Church Pres. Monson re-dedicates Boise Temple

11/18/2012 10:29pm
The newly-renovated LDS temple in Boise Idaho was re-dedicated Sunday morning. The temple has been refurbished and expanded, something that has happened once before due to its popularity.

For woman without use of hands, community builds a home

11/18/2012 10:32pm
A young woman is now living in her dream home thanks to her grandfather and the generous outpouring of homebuilders in southern Utah.

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