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Cold temps freeze underground pipes in N. Utah town

01/24/2013 8:13am
A small town in Cache Valley is offering to give residents a break on their water bills due to problems associated with the on-going cold snap.

Many foods are mislabeled, new study finds

01/24/2013 9:58am
Even when you check the labels, you may not really know what's in your food. A new study shows that you may not be able to fully rely on what's on the packaging of the groceries that you buy.

Two more charges for man accused in Legacy Parkway shooting

01/24/2013 11:09am
A Taylorsville man accused of shooting at a vehicle on Legacy Parkway is also charged with brandishing a weapon at Salt Lake County drivers in two additional incidents.

Ask a Cop: Should I start carrying my AR-15 into the grocery store?

01/24/2013 11:11am
Have you always wanted to ask a cop a question but have been too afraid or had warrants? Well now is your chance. I will attempt to answer your questions and sometimes put them in a future article. Today I tackle the growing gun debate.

Like Te'o claims, many have been duped by online fakes

01/24/2013 11:20am
Manti Te'o's full interview with Katie Couric airs Wednesday, where he describes how he fell in love with a woman that didn't exist. Is there any way he could have been tipped off that he was being duped?

Businessman sexually abused female customer, charges state

01/24/2013 11:22am
A local businessman is charged with sexual battery after a female customer said he touched her inappropriately while she shopped. 

Lee introduces balanced budget amendment to Senate

01/24/2013 2:17pm
Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, introduced to the Senate on Tuesday a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution. Plus, other local political news.

Governor says no to Swallow investigation, yes to new ethics panel

01/24/2013 4:54pm
Gov. Gary Herbert called on lawmakers Thursday to establish a new panel to review ethics complaints against Utah's elected executives, but said he was not calling for an ethics investigation into embattled Attorney General John Swallow's activities.

Police searching for missing South Jordan 6-year-old

01/24/2013 5:55pm
Police are looking for a child who went missing from her South Jordan residence Wednesday night.

Unusual freezing rain causes dangerous commute

01/24/2013 7:42pm
Freezing rain is creating treacherous conditions and massive delays along parts of the Wasatch Front. A UHP trooper is among those hit in a multi-car accident. And the Jordan School District is delaying elementary school buses.

Man arrested in LA, charged with murder of cousin in Uintah County

01/24/2013 7:47pm
David Urrutia, 39, was found dead in his mobile home earlier this month, and now his own cousin is in jail, charged with his murder.

'Equal opportunity is the American promise,' Rev. Jesse Jackson tells U.

01/24/2013 7:51pm
The Rev. Jesse L. Jackson urged Utahns Thursday to "honor the American promise of equal rights and possibilities for all."

Earliest evidence of chocolate in N. America discovered near Moab

01/24/2013 7:55pm
Archaeologists have discovered the earliest known evidence of chocolate in North America near Canyonlands National Park. The findings show that chocolate was present on this continent at least 300 years earlier than previously thought.

Uniquely rebuilt vein repairs woman's heart

01/24/2013 8:16pm
Utah doctors are attracting national attention as they pull off a unique and lifesaving open heart surgery.

Weather taking its toll on the birds

01/24/2013 9:52pm
The long string of cold days in Northern Utah is having a major impact on birds that winter along the Great Salt Lake.

Police looking for answers in possible sexual assault case

01/24/2013 10:27pm
A 19-year-old woman's last memory on the night of Jan. 3 was drinking a glass of water at a party. She woke up several hours later alone, outside a church. Police believe she the victim of an attempted sexual assault and are searching for the suspect.

Man killed in Tooele County head-on collision

01/24/2013 10:37pm
One person was killed Thursday in a head-on collision and another hospitalized in critical condition.

'It's very fulfilling,' says homeless man who nabbed a job

01/24/2013 10:39pm
A couple weeks ago Wes Gledhill was handing out his resume at the freeway off-ramp; now he's a full-time employee.

'FAST' system prevents roads from icing over

01/24/2013 10:44pm
The problem with winter weather in Utah is we can't always predict when roads are going to freeze over. But what if we could monitor the temperature of the pavement and stop the ice before it starts?

Salt Lake City ranks No. 10 in happiest-city-to-work-in survey

01/24/2013 11:31pm
If you work in Salt Lake City, chances are your employment is contributing to your happiness. According to, Salt Lake City ranked No. 10 in a survey analyzing the happiest U.S. cities to work in.

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