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Sex abuse suspect's attorney 'stunned' to learn of client's death

01/18/2013 7:30am
A former assistant principal from Vernal who was facing child sex abuse charges has been found dead.

Utah AG received campaign funds from allegedly fraudulent telemarketer

01/18/2013 8:00am
Utah Attorney General John Swallow received campaign funds from a telemarketing company founded in Utah that the Federal Trade Commission has charged with bilking more than $200 million from consumers.

Difference between affair and polygamous marriage questioned in court

01/18/2013 8:10am
What is the difference between consenting adults engaged in an affair and consenting adults in a polygamous marriage?

Woman responsible for 9 armed robberies, police say

01/18/2013 10:15am
An alleged serial robber has been charged.

'Our family was vulnerable,' says Trolley Square widow, victim of fraud

01/18/2013 10:33am
A South Jordan man has admitted to a scheme in which he took $250,000 in life insurance funds from a woman whose husband died in the 2007 Trolley Square shooting.

Rise in missionaries leaves empty housing in Provo

01/18/2013 1:09pm
There's a a growing number of empty apartments in Provo and a major reason is because of the recent age change for LDS missionaries.

Police look for man who robbed store in Gateway Mall

01/18/2013 1:09pm
Police are looking for a man who allegedly robbed a store in the Gateway Mall.

'Dixie State University' official new name of St. George college

01/18/2013 1:58pm
The name change for Dixie State College has brought a lot of controversy and anticipation. The name was officially changed to Dixie State University on Friday during a meeting of the Board of Trustees.

Officer justified in shooting, killing Taylorsville man, DA says

01/18/2013 5:21pm
The shooting by police of a man allegedly holding a woman at knifepoint in Taylorsville last month was justified, according to the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office.

Local arrest leads to murder suspect's deportation

01/18/2013 7:06pm
A man wanted for murder in his native country was turned over to Mexican officials Wednesday.

Picture of man carrying rifle in JCPenney goes viral

01/18/2013 7:41pm
The gun debate continues to rage, and one man has gained a lot of attention. A picture of him wearing a rifle inside the Riverdale JC Penney has gone viral.

Police arrest couple accused of stealing snowblowers

01/18/2013 7:46pm
Two people were arrested after multiple snowblower thefts pointed police to the couple.

Firefighters rescue construction worker after seizure

01/18/2013 8:02pm
Heavy rescue crews helped a man to safety after he suffered a seizure and got stuck on construction scaffolding Friday.

Sundance film documents recovery of Utah snowboarder

01/18/2013 8:15pm
Reporters and photographers were on the red carpet line on Friday as the Sundance Film Festival held its Salt Lake premiere. And one of the documentaries featured has a Utah tie. It's about snowboarder and Olympic hopeful, Kevin Pearce.

Household items double as weapons of self-defense

01/18/2013 8:26pm
For some, it's not whether to buy a gun, it's never to buy gun. Still, there are a number of household items that can be used as self-defense weapons in the event of a violent home invasion.

Gas station charges customer extra $1 per gallon

01/18/2013 8:47pm
An American Fork man stopped at a Springville gas station to fill his tank and almost left before realizing he had paid $1 more per gallon than what was advertised.

Sheriffs: Feds can't take away Utahns' 2nd Amendment rights

01/18/2013 9:54pm
The Utah Sheriffs' Association has written an open letter to President Barack Obama, respectfully outlining its opposition to executive orders announced this week altering gun laws.

'Don't bite the dentist': child's book of rules found

01/18/2013 9:58pm
A child's book of rules, left in a Walmart parking lot and found by an employee, has taken a young girl from a Sacramento suburb to the set of the Today show.

Man found guilty in killing of retired BYU professor

01/18/2013 10:37pm
The jury found Martin Bond guilty on all counts in the 2009 killing of retired BYU professor Kay Mortensen.

Lehi girl swims despite losing legs as baby

01/18/2013 10:42pm
Amy Chapman may be missing both her legs, but she doesn't let anything hold her back.

Questions unanswered in Sandy double homicide

01/18/2013 11:19pm
Police are still looking for the suspects in the murder of a Sandy couple who were found dead inside their home last month.

2 boys injured by avalanche in Mill Hollow area

01/18/2013 11:25pm
Two boys caught and buried in an avalanche on Friday afternoon died at Primary children's hospital early Saturday morning.

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