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Eagle Mountain residents, officials meet about high utilities

02/14/2013 8:36am
After a town meeting that lasted more than three hours, Eagle Mountain residents were still upset about the spike in their utilities bills.

2 charged with murder in decade-old drive-by case

02/14/2013 8:47am
Two men have been charged with murder in a drive-by killing that happened more than a decade ago.

Woman charged in murder commits suicide

02/14/2013 9:44am
A woman facing a federal murder charge in the slaying of a San Juan County photographer and tour guide has committed suicide.

Draper father sentenced to prison in 1-month-old's death

02/14/2013 10:21am
A Draper father who pleaded guilty in the shaking death of his 1-month-old son has been sentenced to prison.

BYU students make the teensiest Valentine Cupid ever

02/14/2013 11:20am
My love for you is as tiny as the tiniest carbon nanotube.

Man crashes car into police vehicle

02/14/2013 1:38pm
A man was arrested after ramming a car into a police vehicle during a traffic stop.

West Valley animal shelter working toward no-kill status

02/14/2013 3:49pm
West Valley City and Taylorsville, the two cities served by West Valley Animal Services, in 2012 achieved three months where 90 percent or more of the dogs and cats going into the shelter were saved.

Teen's cookies help family pay for sports, college

02/14/2013 3:51pm
Paying her way through high school activities by baking and selling cookies, Miranda Hyer is continuing what has become a tradition as she navigates through her first year of college.

Men honored for saving boy struck by lightning

02/14/2013 4:11pm
Division of Wildlife Resources Sgt. Mitch Lane responded to a lightning strike during the 2012 Utah dove hunt, saving the lives of two hunters, including a 13-year-old boy.

Attacker claims emotional distress during battle-ax assault

02/14/2013 4:18pm
A Utah man serving prison time for the attempted murder of a teenager wants his conviction overturned because of emotional distress he claims he suffered as a result of the stabbing.

Police: Husband, wife stabbed in struggle with burglar

02/14/2013 6:51pm
A handful of change scattered on the driveway of a Spanish Fork home is all that's left of a struggle between a burglar and a frightened father.

Students serve lunch ladies in Valentine's Day twist

02/14/2013 6:55pm
A different kind of love story than one usually heard on Valentine's Day took place Thursday in an elementary school lunchroom in Ogden, and has as much to do with reading as it does with serving lunch.

Mom to serve jail time for taking nude photos of daughter

02/14/2013 7:51pm
A woman who admitted to taking nude pictures of her teenage daughter so the girl could send them to an Oregon man has been sentenced to jail.

16 couples marry on Ferris wheel

02/14/2013 8:11pm
Thursday, 16 couples boarded a Ferris wheel engaged and returned married.

City governments, lawmakers intensify crusade against bullying

02/14/2013 8:27pm
Utah lawmakers advanced a bill Thursday that would assist parents and teachers to stop bullying. It's one more sign bullying is being taken more seriously than ever before.

Utah flash mobs protest violence against women

02/14/2013 9:34pm
Why protest sexual violence on a day that celebrates love? Utahns involved in a global movement say it celebrates a "new day" where victims of abuse and violence are no longer silent.

Guilty verdict for 2 boaters accused of hitting, killing Pineview swimmer

02/14/2013 11:19pm
A jury found two men charged in the death of a swimmer killed after being struck by a boat at Pineview Reservoir guilty on all counts Thursday.

2 arrested in Midvale triple homicide; additional suspect wanted

02/14/2013 11:22pm
A South Salt Lake police officer who responded to a traffic accident ended up arresting the prime suspect in a shooting that killed three people and injured another Monday in Midvale.

S. Jordan family finally whole after daughter arrives from Russia

02/14/2013 11:23pm
A South Jordan family's adoption of a daughter from Russia had been on hold for a couple of months because of red tape. They finally gained clearance, and Thursday their plane touched down at Salt Lake International Airport.

As Dick Nourse's cancer treatments end, doctors expect full recovery

02/14/2013 11:25pm
Former KSL News anchor Dick Nourse has spent the past six weeks undergoing surgery and treatment for throat cancer. Now that the radiation and chemotherapy have come to an end, his doctors are confident of a full recovery — and Dick is ready to celebrate.

Scientists explore the 'addictive' nature of love

02/14/2013 11:31pm
Has that special someone got you giddy, light as a feather and incapable of focusing on anything or anyone else? Might as well face it, you're addicted to love. And now, science can prove it.