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Warrant issued for man charged with opening fire in neighborhoods

02/20/2013 7:22am
New charges have been filed against a Las Vegas man accused of opening fire in two Salt Lake County neighborhoods during a three-day period in November.

Senator seeks to end credit monitoring for health department hack victims

02/20/2013 9:08am
One lawmaker is questioning the need for Utah's free credit monitoring service, which was established when hundreds of thousands of Utahns had personal information stolen.

Man claims water in gasoline led to costly repairs

02/20/2013 10:00am
A quick stop at a gas station turned into a major frustration for a Kaysville man. He believes the gasoline he bought was contaminated with water.

Montana road kill bill brings practice in Utah to light

02/20/2013 10:13am
Montana's legislature is hearing a bill that would allow its citizens to eat road kill. In Utah, the practice is legal, but not recommended.

SUU basketball moving ahead after player arrest

02/20/2013 10:42am
Days after the arrest of Southern Utah guard Wade Collie, the Thunderbird men's basketball team is still feeling the ripple effects of losing its third-leading scorer.

LDS Church growth helping make Africa a 'bright land full of hope'

02/20/2013 11:14am
In December 2012, the LDS Church reached a significant milestone as the 3,000th stake was organized. Perhaps even more significant is the location of this stake: Sierra Leone, a West African country known for its tragic and violent history.

U.S. energy boom: It's the real deal

02/20/2013 11:48am
After decades of aspiration, the United States is now looking at a clear path to energy security. This is influencing everything from the way policymakers conduct foreign policy to the decisions business leaders make regarding production of goods. For the first time in a long time, energy is a big advantage for the American economy.

Lawmakers look to stop alleged adoption agency fraud

02/20/2013 12:12pm
A bill has been proposed at the Utah State Legislature that would bar "fraudulent representations" in adoptions. If it passes, adoption agencies could face penalties, including having their licenses suspended or even revoked, for fraudulent activity.

Landslide closes Highway 89 near Page

02/20/2013 1:31pm
If you're headed south of Page, Ariz., on Highway 89, you may want to find a different route.

Chase ends when driver crashes truck into house

02/20/2013 5:25pm
A chase involving a stolen truck ended when the truck hit a car and then a house Wednesday afternoon, police said.

Women used drugs, hot sauce to abuse boy, police say

02/20/2013 5:31pm
Two women have been arrested for alleged ongoing abuse against a teenage boy after police say they duct taped him, forced drugs on him and poured Tabasco sauce in his eyes.

Air Force A-10 Warthog makes emergency landing at Price airport

02/20/2013 5:33pm
An Air Force A-10 aircraft out of Arizona made an emergency landing at the Price Airport Wednesday.

2 hospitalized in North Salt Lake dump truck crash

02/20/2013 5:36pm
Two people were injured after a runaway dump truck rolled and crashed into another vehicle Wednesday morning.

Wednesday's Child: Thomas

02/20/2013 5:38pm
This week's Wednesday's Child doesn't have any shortage of enthusiasm or sense of humor. What he needs is a permanent family to share it with.

Gun debate sparks several bills in Utah Legislature

02/20/2013 5:49pm
Lawmakers heard several separate bills about guns and gun control Wednesday, and three are getting a lot of attention.

State faces millions of cyber attacks per day, department head says

02/20/2013 6:58pm
The state's secure government networks face an alarming number of cyber attacks. They happen daily, are continuing to grow in number, and have spiked in recent years.

Police dash-cam shows disastrous end to high-speed car chase

02/20/2013 7:14pm
Video from a police dash-cam was released Wednesday and shows the conclusion of an unusual chase on I-80 between the Utah Highway Patrol and a 14-year-old runaway.

Latino youth aim to increase parent involvement in school

02/20/2013 8:09pm
Many schools say that attendance at parent-teacher conferences places a big role in student success. But at least one school has noticed a troubling trend: Parental attendance is diminishing. Now, a group of students has found an innovative way to help.

Zions Bank in Farmington robbed; police search for suspect

02/20/2013 8:35pm
Police are looking for a man suspected of robbing a Zions Bank in Farmington Wednesday night.

14 of 15 animal cruelty charges dropped against Weber County rancher

02/20/2013 8:47pm
A Weber County rancher in a dispute over horses belonging to some Utah County ranchers was booked on 15 counts of animal cruelty last month. Wednesday, 14 of those charges were dropped.

Boy with muscular dystrophy inspires thousands through Facebook

02/20/2013 10:25pm
11-year-old Mitchell Jones has Duchene muscular dystrophy and his heart is rapidly deteriorating. There is nothing doctors can do to repair the heart damage but his remarkable attitude and his family's faith have inspired thousands through a Facebook page.

Audits show serious errors at DWS over 5 years

02/20/2013 10:44pm
Five years of audits released Tuesday by the Office of the Utah State Auditor show a pattern of serious errors made by the department in multiple areas.

Vietnam Veteran's Memorial organization requests photos of fallen Utahns

02/20/2013 10:46pm
The founder of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., was in Utah Wednesday to ask for help in a project that will broaden history of the war. The organization wants photographs of all of those killed in Vietnam, including our Utahns.

Driver arrested as family mourns death of Provo bicyclist

02/20/2013 11:21pm
A woman was arrested Wednesday after police say she hit a bicyclist with her vehicle last week, pushing him into the path of an oncoming FrontRunner train that killed him. Douglas Crow's family got word of the arrest on the eve of his funeral.

Provo sees 13-percent drop in serious crime rate

02/20/2013 11:39pm
A new approach in Provo is showing success in stopping crime. The police chief credits the drop to better communication and accountability and believes it's because everyone is talking about problems they are seeing — and everyone is involved in finding solutions.

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