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Motorists cautioned about restriping along I-80

01/08/2013 7:53am
UDOT officials are warning people who travel on I-80, particularly through Parleys Canyon, to be on the lookout for restriping trucks through the winter.

Man shot by police had BB gun, investigators say

01/08/2013 8:03am
Murray police shot and injured a suicidal man who they say threatened an officer early Tuesday morning with what looked like a handgun. It turned out to be a BB gun.

Propane torch used to thaw gutters starts house fire

01/08/2013 8:38am
A home caught fire Monday night when the owner tried to thaw his rain gutters with a propane torch.

Boulders leave craters in road after rockslide

01/08/2013 9:47am
A rockslide earlier this week in Huntington Canyon has left large craters in state Route 31 at about milepost 27.

Police: Man drove drunk, pointed gun at other drivers

01/08/2013 12:06pm
A man who police say was waving a gun at other vehicles while speeding and driving drunk was arrested over the weekend.

Man found dead in trailer park identified

01/08/2013 12:32pm
Investigators were waiting Tuesday for results of an autopsy to determine how a man found dead in a trailer park died.

Utes linebacker dismissed for road rage, assault

01/08/2013 4:38pm
Utah coach Kyle Whittingham has kicked a linebacker off the football team after his conviction for knocking a motorist unconscious in a bout of road rage.

Increase in LDS missionaries a boon for local businesses

01/08/2013 6:14pm
The increased numbers of 18- and 19-year-old men and women heading out to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints means business is good for some local companies working hard to serve them.

Jail time for woman who hit estranged husband twice with SUV

01/08/2013 6:45pm
A woman who pleaded guilty to driving through a glass door with her SUV to hit her husband nearly six-and-a-half years ago, was sentenced Tuesday to one year in jail.

Resolution recommending gun ownership legal, Shurtleff says

01/08/2013 6:50pm
The leadership of this remote town is within their legal powers to recommend that every household own and maintain a gun, according to Utah's former attorney general Mark Shurtleff.

Inversions could last for another month despite storms, meteorologists say

01/08/2013 7:05pm
Conditions are ripe for more inversions in Utah, and the snowfall the state already has is making the problem worse. Meteorologists say the conditions could mean these inversions will continue for potentially the next month.

Weber professors study concussions at Dew Tour

01/08/2013 7:51pm
Researchers at Weber State University are taking a close look at concussions and how to minimize some of the long-term damage.

Number of LDS missionary applications doubles in 3 months

01/08/2013 8:39pm
An unprecedented number of LDS teenagers are signing up for missionary service since the lowering of age requirements. The number of missionary applications has doubled since then.

Utahn among those killed in Peru helicopter crash Monday

01/08/2013 9:59pm
Friends and family of a Utah man killed in a helicopter crash in South America smiled through tears Tuesday night as they reminisced about an active and adventurous man whose primary concern was caring for his family.

Broken pipe floods Sandy business park

01/08/2013 10:09pm
Cleanup crews mopped up quite a mess at business mall in Sandy Tuesday evening, after a frozen pipe burst and flooded a vacant store.

How does Utah compare to the world's most polluted cities?

01/08/2013 10:23pm
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. A picture of the valley right now is worth at least a cough.

Jr. high coach dies following collapse at basketball game

01/08/2013 10:27pm
Students and teachers at Fairfield Junior High School are mourning the loss of a basketball coach who died after collapsing suddenly at a girls basketball game Monday.

'Honey Bun Bandits' suspected in another holdup

01/08/2013 10:48pm
Police say the two men dubbed the "Honey Bun Bandits" in a robbery and bomb scare at a Salt Lake City bank may also be connected to a holdup in West Valley City 10 days later.

Utah gas prices lowest in the nation

01/08/2013 11:59pm
AAA Utah reported Tuesday that the current average price for a gallon of regular gasoline is $2.90 — dubbing the state's gas price the lowest in the nation.

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Updated: Saturday January 19, 2019 9:24 pm