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Part of lawsuit against polygamous towns dismissed

01/01/2013 12:47pm
One-third of a federal civil rights lawsuit against two polygamous towns on the Utah-Arizona border has been dismissed.

Homeless begin 2013 fighting cold reality

01/01/2013 5:45pm
As the sun went down on the first day of 2013, some Utahns found themselves looking for a way to get out of the cold. It's a problem many wish didn't exist, but an everyday reality for the state's homeless population.

New Year's DUI blitz ends with 40 impaired drivers in Salt Lake County

01/01/2013 5:46pm
It was a busy night for law enforcement along the Wasatch Front. A donation from the New Car Dealers of Utah put an extra 20 Highway Patrol troopers on the road to watch for drivers who were driving while intoxicated after ringing in the new year.

Police looking for man who robbed Kearns store

01/01/2013 5:48pm
Police are asking for help identifying a man who robbed a store in Kearns Saturday.

Annual polar bear plunge chills Springville residents old and young

01/01/2013 6:26pm
Dozens of people in Utah County spent the first day of the new year jumping into a freezing-cold pond. It was a polar bear plunge celebration, and this crowd does it every year.

Still no charges in year-old Mt. Pleasant murder

01/01/2013 6:41pm
It has been a year since a Mount Pleasant couple was found shot to death in their home. Woody and Dorothy Fullwood appeared to be the victims of a random crime, which to this day, no one has been charged with.

Salt Lake City's 'Bread Lady' teaches us how to give back

01/01/2013 7:07pm
People call Shauna Devenport "The Bread Lady." Every morning, she takes hundreds, even thousands of pounds of surplus food and clothes and gives it away.

Utah Symphony remains resilient through difficult times

01/01/2013 8:05pm
The Utah Symphony and Opera remains resilient even through difficult economic times and they are still one of the success stories of the America arts scene.

KSL begins Road to Zero Fatalities

01/01/2013 9:27pm
This year, KSL is teaming up with the Utah Department of Transportation to help make driving in Utah safer. It's called the Road to Zero Fatalities, and we want you to join us as we present stories throughout 2013 that will bring more light to this effort.

Utah's 1st baby of 2013 arrives at IMC; 2nd close behind in Ogden

01/01/2013 9:35pm
Intermountain Medical Center in Murray delivered a baby girl at 12:01 a.m. by natural birth, hospital officials said Tuesday, making her Utah's first baby of the new year.

Planned Agent Orange cleanup met with optimism in Vietnam

01/01/2013 10:23pm
News of a United States plan for a massive dioxin cleanup in Vietnam is being met with hope and optimism in that country. It's the first time the U.S. has embarked on a project like this to remove Agent Orange from Vietnamese soil.

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