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Bighorn sheep transported to new home via helicopter

01/16/2013 7:14am
Twenty sheep were placed in a new home Tuesday, and flown part of the way by a helicopter.

New school encourges kids to think like scientists

01/16/2013 8:20am
The Granite School District is getting ready to open a first of its kind school in the district. It's designed to make elementary school children think like scientists.

Man sentenced for endangering children during woman's suicide

01/16/2013 9:44am
An Emery County man accused of providing a loaded gun to a woman who killed herself in his home has been ordered to serve jail time for endangering his children.

Exploding propane, bullets hamper firefighting effort

01/16/2013 11:10am
A Clinton family is out of their home following a fire that included exploding propane tanks and .22-caliber ammunition.

Flu proves costly for individuals, U.S. economy

01/16/2013 11:12am
Every year, the U.S. economy loses an estimated $87 billion because of illness. That includes things like doctor visits, medicine, and time taken off work.

Opinion: 2013 economic outlook similar to 2012

01/16/2013 11:26am
At the start of a new year, there is a sense of new beginning. However, when it comes to the economy, 2013 will be similar to 2012 in many ways. Depending on how you look at it, another year like 2012 is good or bad news.

Ex-Utah police chief resolves criminal defamation case with an apology

01/16/2013 4:06pm
The city's former police chief has apologized to his successor for using his name to post derogatory comments on a website that honors fallen law enforcement officers.

Mother sues for wrongful death in texting while driving death

01/16/2013 5:56pm
A Uintah County woman has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a man who police say hit and killed her teenage son while texting and driving.

Wednesday's Child: Katie

01/16/2013 7:09pm
It's a simple wish. A family of her own. Parents to love and who love her in return. 16-year-old Katie desperately wants a family of her own.

Guns in the Home: Tips for resolving divisive issue

01/16/2013 7:40pm
A lot of families are divided over packing heat in the house, and finding common ground can take years. So, what can you do to make it an easier process?

'It was just kind of a ride' says woman rescued from avalanche

01/16/2013 7:52pm
A woman was back country skiing in Porter Fork with her boyfriend on Saturday afternoon when a large avalanche swept her away and buried her. Now, she's recovering at University Hospital.

Cold weather, inversion has school opting for indoor recess

01/16/2013 8:07pm
Between frigid temperatures and poor air quality, many Utah schools are choosing to keep kids indoors during recess. At Daybreak Elementary School, the administration is trying to counter the growing cabin fever.

Retired BYU professor let killers in his home, prosecutors say

01/16/2013 8:10pm
The video showed a home that was largely undisturbed. There were drawers and gun lockers left untouched. None of the doors showed anything to suggest a forced entry.

Indie time: Sundance sets focus on low-budget film

01/16/2013 8:13pm
It's that time of year again when a tiny ski-resort town becomes the place to be for anyone in show business _ stars and directors, distribution executives, musicians, unknown filmmakers hoping that people might want to hear the stories they tell.

Search under way for Utah woman missing in Mexico

01/16/2013 8:19pm
A West Valley city woman is missing in Mexico after a scuba diving trip off the coast took a bad turn.

Over $31M collected by Utah's U.S. Attorney in 2012

01/16/2013 9:06pm
Utah's District Attorney's Office collected some $31,373,879.25 in 2012, much of it related to one or another high-profile cases.

Legacy Parkway shooting, chase ends with officer-involved shooting

01/16/2013 10:43pm
A man was hospitalized Wednesday night following a shootout with police, the result of a high-speed chase and reports of shots being fired at a vehicle on Legacy Parkway.

Many Utahns react negatively to Obama's gun violence announcement

01/16/2013 10:45pm
Many of the state's citizens, leaders and gun rights activists are saying the president is missing the mark when it comes to stopping gun violence.

Personal information for 6,000 Utah Medicaid clients 'misplaced'

01/16/2013 10:46pm
The personal data of 6,000 Utahns who use Medicaid is missing. The Utah Department of Health announced Wednesday that a third-party contractor had misplaced a USB memory drive containing the information.

Man convicted of killing brother says he'll never forgive himself

01/16/2013 10:50pm
A man who accidentally shot and killed his brother on a camping trip last summer spoke publicly about the experience for the first time on Wednesday, saying he doesn't think he'll ever be able to forgive himself.

Arrest made in kidnapping of Herriman teen

01/16/2013 11:59pm
Detectives with the Unified Police Department made an arrest Wednesday in the kidnapping of a 13-year-old Herriman girl who disappeared last week.

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