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Prosecutors no longer seeking death penalty in killing of BYU professor

11/21/2012 6:30am
When Martin Cameron Bond goes before a jury in January, his life will no longer be on the line.

Robbery suspects use machete to threaten 2 men

11/21/2012 7:59am
Two men face a handful of felony charges after police say they used a machete to attack and rob two men in Midvale.

Proposed streetlight fee increases

11/21/2012 9:00am
The Salt Lake City Council is looking at a higher proposed fee to pay for streetlights.

Opinion: An Election Without Clarity

11/21/2012 11:23am
In the months leading up to the 2012 election, a profound sense of uncertainty settled in over the country. Businesses and politicians alike were paralyzed with the idea that it was best to sit tight until the election, because its outcome was uncertain and much was riding on its results.

No more free metered parking downtown, but there is the 'Jingle Bus'

11/21/2012 12:18pm
Downtown Salt Lake City will no longer provide free metered parking during the holiday season. However, the city is still expecting record crowds.

Elizabeth Smart to write memoir due out in 2013

11/21/2012 12:48pm
Elizabeth Smart will write a memoir to be published next year detailing her kidnapping, life in captivity and eventual rescue.

Fill a stocking for Utah's foster children

11/21/2012 1:45pm
The holiday season is a little different for children in Utah's foster care system. But there's something we can all do to help make it a little brighter.

Holiday shopping creates thousands of jobs

11/21/2012 5:14pm
The holidays are a great time to shop -- this we all know. But they can also be a great time for those seeking work.

4 accused of selling drugs from St. George hotel

11/21/2012 5:46pm
A man police describe as "kind of a dangerous guy" is off the streets after officers received information he was staying at a hotel in St. George.

Wild turkey population booms, and little-known Thanksgiving history

11/21/2012 6:15pm
Spotting wild turkeys while driving in the canyons of Utah is very common this year. And when did America begin celebrating Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday in November?

Shelter workers rescue 149 Chihuahuas from hoarder

11/21/2012 7:17pm
Shelter workers scrambled Tuesday to figure out what to do with 149 sick and starving Chihuahua dogs rescued from the home of an animal-lover turned hoarder.

Hacker costs police agencies $180K

11/21/2012 7:50pm
Hacker attacks in January on websites belonging to Salt Lake police and the Utah Chiefs of Police Association resulted in losses of nearly $180,000, according to federal court filings.

Busy holiday travel day gets under way at Salt Lake airport

11/21/2012 7:51pm
Today is one of the busiest travel days of the year. We found quite a crowd at Salt Lake International Airport Terminal 1 early this morning, but overall things were running smoothly.

How Noah got the animals on the ark — Doritos style

11/21/2012 7:53pm
With any luck at all, some Utah guys and a bunch of animals from Hogle Zoo could wind up with a starring role in the next Super bowl. It's all about Noah's ark, computer trickery and a whole lot of Doritos.

Wheels turning on proposal to alleviate congestion in SL canyons

11/21/2012 8:01pm
To those who've wasted countless hours and gasoline sitting in traffic through the Cottonwood Canyons, take heart.

Weekly germ report helps diagnose illnesses

11/21/2012 10:15pm
Dr. Anthony Wallin never knows what germs are going to come through the doors of the Intermountain Bountiful Instacare where he works, but he has some clues thanks to a weekly germ intelligence report.

UTA predicts little impact from reduced Black Friday service

11/21/2012 10:32pm
The Utah Transit Authority is catching some heat about reducing some of its services on Black Friday. The agency cites budget concerns as the reason, and says your commute downtown shouldn't be impacted.

Utah student describes life inside Israeli war zone

11/21/2012 10:34pm
It's been a nerve-racking time for Americans in Israel. A Utahn studying conflict resolution at Tel Aviv University told KSL News Wednesday the education he's getting now is a little too real.

Investigator: Damaged pipe to blame for gas explosion near Price

11/21/2012 10:35pm
Evidence at the scene of a blast Tuesday at the Dry Canyon natural gas operations station near Price shows that a gas pipeline on the property had sustained undetected damage and ruptured with a pressure spike.

Lion House bakers work overtime in anticipation of Thanksgiving

11/21/2012 10:39pm
The Lion House Pantry: in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, this is the place. Dozens of bakers work around the clock to meet the demands of orders that come from throughout the western United States.

Man killed in one I-80 crash; wrong-way driver arrested in another

11/21/2012 11:59pm
Utah drivers on I-80 were met with considerable delays Wednesday night as lanes were blocked by two accidents that happened within minutes of each other but were 50 miles apart.

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