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Man slips, injured by passing vehicle

12/27/2012 8:23am
A man was hospitalized Wednesday after police say he slipped on the ice and was run over by a passing vehicle.

Police ID 2nd person found shot dead in burnt home

12/27/2012 9:20am
nvestigators have positively identified a woman found dead in a house fire almost two weeks ago.

Davis High marching band heads to Rose Parade

12/27/2012 9:57am
The Davis High School Marching Band has been building up its stamina. It is one of the few bands invited to march in the Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year's Day.

Dozens of slide-offs, accidents on second day of slick commute

12/27/2012 12:25pm
Wintery conditions led to slick roads and dozens of slide-offs and accidents during the Thursday morning commute. Several jackknifed semis were among the wrecks.

Woman taken into custody after shooting at police from mobile home

12/27/2012 3:07pm
A woman is in custody after allegedly barricading herself in her mobile home and shooting at police.

4th robbery in one week leaves police searching for robbers

12/27/2012 5:37pm
Detectives were investigating a bank robbery Thursday, the fourth in Salt Lake County in two weeks.

Grove of trees in Salt Lake City Cemetery honor Sandy Hook victims

12/27/2012 7:42pm
Twenty-six Redbud trees now line the entrance to the Salt Lake City Cemetery.

Mail carriers battle the snow storms to deliver packages, letters

12/27/2012 8:23pm
With severe snow storms and poor weather, the advice quite often is to "stay off the roads," "keep indoors," and "avoid the conditions" if you can. But there are some jobs where driving is the only option.

Utah family has high hopes for Russian adoption despite new bill

12/27/2012 9:02pm
Many American families, including some in Utah, are anxiously waiting for a final word on their Russian adoptions.

The House and Senate still uncompromising as fiscal cliff deadline nears

12/27/2012 9:25pm
The Senate is in session, but the House of Representatives is not. It appears that the Congressional delegation is relegated to watching from the sidelines.

UHP helicopter rescues rafter from frozen Green River

12/27/2012 9:46pm
A Montana man was rescued from the Three Canyons area of the Green River in good condition Thursday.

Dozens of guitars stolen over Christmas holiday

12/27/2012 10:39pm
A Salt Lake City music shop fell victim to a real holiday scrooge: Thousands of dollars in inventory was cleaned out by thieves on Christmas Day.

Police: Father tried to kill self, disabled son

12/27/2012 10:41pm
A father accused of trying to kill his adult disabled son and then take his own life was arrested by police.

Teachers provided with gun training at West Valley class

12/27/2012 10:43pm
Since the Connecticut school shootings, educators across the nation have been asking themselves what they would do in a similar situation. In Utah, gun advocates provided a class on Thursday to try and help teachers answer that question.

Gunmen tie up employee, rob Salt Lake City store

12/27/2012 10:48pm
Police are looking for three men who tied up a restaurant employee and robbed his store Thursday afternoon.

Investigation uncovers councilman's questionable lobbying practices

12/27/2012 10:50pm
A longtime Salt Lake County councilman may have lobbied illegally for the Utah Transit Authority. The controversy is not necessarily in the lobbying work Randy Horiuchi allegedly did, but in what he was paid and his failure to disclose it as the law requires.

Fresh snow heightens need for outdoors enthusiasts to be prepared

12/27/2012 11:16pm
As the snow totals have risen in Utah's mountains, so has the potential for avalanches. For those headed into the backcountry on snowmobiles or skis, that means safety checks before they go.

'I'm going to kill you': Man attacks unsuspecting victim at gas station

12/27/2012 11:19pm
Police have arrested a man who they say attacked an unsuspecting man at random while he was pumping gas and tried to stab him.