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Team Utah equals business success

12/26/2012 11:20am
Collaboration is endemic to Utah in fact, it's entrenched in our heritage. Many organizations practice it, but Utah does it best.

Poll: Despite attention, US knows little about LDS Church

12/26/2012 11:30am
A Mormon presidential candidate, an NBC special and a Broadway satire has given the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints international spotlight. But do people understand the church better than before? A new Pew Research Center poll says "maybe."

Alleged killer of 15-year-old to remain imprisoned until 2022 for unrelated conviction

12/26/2012 12:34pm
The man arrested in connection with the slaying of a 15-year-old girl — a crime that he has not been officially charged with nine months after his arrest — will remain in prison until at least 2022 on unrelated crimes.

Gun groups offer Utah teachers free concealed weapon class

12/26/2012 1:57pm
The Utah Shooting Sports Council and the Utah-based website are offering a free concealed carry class to Utah's teachers, as well as anyone who works on school grounds.

6-year-old boy killed in sledding accident remembered as loving son

12/26/2012 5:46pm
A 6-year-old boy killed in a sledding accident in Fairview Canyon has been identified.

Utah couple adopts daughter in midst of Russia adoption controversy

12/26/2012 5:51pm
A ban on Americans adopting children from Russia could leave disabled children at a special disadvantage, a Utah family says.

Injuries increase during winter months; doctors urge caution

12/26/2012 6:36pm
Shoveling the sidewalk. Blazing a trail with a snowblower. Even walking the dog on a snow day. They're activities that are a regular part of winter life in Utah, but doctors say they're also regular causes of weather-related injuries.

Police looking for driver in Ogden hit-and-run death

12/26/2012 6:45pm
Police are asking for the public's help in finding a driver involved in a fatal hit-and-run accident in Ogden on Christmas Eve.

Making gift returns smoother

12/26/2012 7:06pm
Christmas is over and gift recipients are sorting through which gifts work and which gifts will be returned, but Consumer Reports says you may want to think twice about returning unwanted presents.

In 2012, tragedy of Susan Powell case intensified with sons' murders

12/26/2012 8:01pm
The mystery surrounding the disappearance of Susan Powell took a horrifying turn early this year when her husband killed himself and the two boys. In the third year of the investigation, Susan's story continued to intensify with new events leaving more questions than answers.

Utah State Capitol Building celebrates 100-year milestone

12/26/2012 9:04pm
Utah's state capitol building celebrated a big birthday Wednesday. It marked 100 years since construction began on the building.

2 snowmobilers found safe after Summit County search

12/26/2012 10:15pm
Search and rescue crews in Summit County successfully located two snowmobilers Wednesday night after searching for several hours.

Greg Peterson trial, suicide tops headlines in latter half of 2012

12/26/2012 10:20pm
Allegations of kidnapping and rape against a Republican fundraiser made big headlines in Utah this year. The case against Greg Peterson looked like it was headed for a jury trial, then the unexpected happened.

Snowstorms supply much-needed water, much-anticipated winter fun

12/26/2012 10:23pm
The Christmas snowstorm moving through northern Utah delivered just the kind of gift that our state needed this year. Both water managers and people who like to play in the snow say bring it on!

Utah birth rate drops for 4th year in a row

12/26/2012 10:25pm
Utah has had one of the nation's highest birth rates for quite a while, but over the last four years couples have chosen to have fewer children. One big reason for that: money, and the lack thereof.

Wintery conditions expected to continue through Thursday

12/26/2012 10:38pm
A winter weather advisory is expected to continue late in the day Thursday, promising slight accumulations for Utah's valleys and hazardous conditions for its roads.

Utah experiencing widespread flu activity, according to CDC

12/26/2012 11:59pm
A lot of people might have put off going to get checked out until after Christmas. According to the Centers for Disease Control Website, flu activity in Utah is considered "widespread", the highest level.