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Arrest made in Roosevelt school arson

12/04/2012 7:21am
A girl has been booked into the Split Mountain Youth Detention Center after police say she started a fire Monday inside a bathroom at school.

Speeds over 100 mph reported prior to crash

12/04/2012 8:43am
UHP says a man was ejected from his car when it crashed while traveling at speeds estimated over 100 miles per hour.

Memorial to honor Susan Powell, children

12/04/2012 11:32am
A new memorial is honoring missing Utah mother Susan Powell and her two children.

Men mistake elderly woman's house in shooting, police say

12/04/2012 1:46pm
Police were looking for three men who allegedly fired three shots into the home of an elderly woman.

Lawsuit filed against ex-officer who allegedly stole prescription drugs

12/04/2012 2:57pm
Two Vernal residents who claim a former police officer repeatedly stole their prescription painkillers have filed a $2 million lawsuit against the man.

Man arrested in connection with Magna bank robbery

12/04/2012 3:33pm
A man robbed a Magna bank Monday, but police weren't immediately able to identify him. One officer's good memory led police to the man's doorstep within the day.

State sues oil company over alleged fraudulent cleanup claims

12/04/2012 5:12pm
Yet another big oil company has landed in the cross-hairs of Utah environmental regulators and the Utah Attorney General's Office because of alleged fraud that topped more than $1 million over 12 years.

Kaysville teacher arrested on suspicion of sexual abuse

12/04/2012 5:39pm
A former Kaysville basketball coach has been arrested for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a teenage girl for more than a year.

High Dec. snow levels needed to make up for warm weather

12/04/2012 5:47pm
A few small storms are headed our way, but will they be enough to make up for the snow we didn't get in November because of warm temperatures?

Man cited for extended load after allegedly stealing long poles

12/04/2012 5:57pm
A Provo man was cited for failing to flag a long load, as well as theft, after he allegedly stole two very long metal poles from a local music store.

Holidays bring unique dangers to children's safety

12/04/2012 6:22pm
The holiday season brings with it dangers to children unique to the season, but harm can be avoided if parents are aware of the most common threats to their children's safety.

Utah leaders take immigration ideas to national summit

12/04/2012 7:15pm
The immigration reform debate may have cooled down, but a group of government, business and religious leaders — including several from Utah — are hoping to return the issue to the front burner in Washington in the coming year.

Street on Hill Air Force Base takes name of fallen airman

12/04/2012 7:48pm
Friends and family of Tech. Sgt. Kristoffer Solesbee gathered at the base Tuesday for a special ceremony in his honor. Those closest to him took comfort in knowing his service will not be forgotten.

The appeal of grand openings and long lines

12/04/2012 7:54pm
It's a scene that has played out again and again in Utah: massive crowds lined up for the latest out-of-state chain to set up shop in the Beehive State. But what draws people to flock to these store openings and stand in line for hours?

Investigators: Church Camp Fire cause still unknown

12/04/2012 8:13pm
Maybe it was residual heat from a long-smoldering pile of burned logging debris. Maybe it was a spark from an ATV. Or maybe it was arson.

Candy Cane Corner provides gifts for homeless, victims of violence

12/04/2012 9:07pm
Few people face the kinds of difficulties that a homeless family has to deal with every day, or the pain a victim of domestic violence feels. At Christmastime, several charities work together to make sure that those barely clinging on have not only help, but also a few gifts.

More accusers come forward against former educator; parents feel betrayed

12/04/2012 10:32pm
As the investigation continued Tuesday into a former teacher and principal who allegedly told police he molested children for more than 35 years, investigators are wondering how many other potential victims are out there.

Serial burglar striking Sugar House businesses, police say

12/04/2012 10:34pm
A brazen serial burglar has struck at least 12 Sugar House businesses in the last two months, leaving a trail of damaged buildings and lost revenues in his wake.

Payson businesses pitch in to promote literacy

12/04/2012 10:38pm
The statewide movement to get businesses involved with schools has a new role model. Payson city leaders are recruiting Main Street and beyond to help their schools and get kids reading.

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