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Woman sentenced to prison in abused, disabled woman's death

03/23/2013 7:18am
Cassandra Marie Shepard, who pleaded guilty to aggravated abuse of a disabled adult, a first-degree felony, and manslaughter, a second-degree felony, was sentenced to consecutive terms of five years to life and one to 15 years in prison.

Man charged with murder in West Valley shooting death

03/23/2013 7:53am
Roberto T. Romero, 59, was charged with murder Friday, in connection to the shooting death of Jesus Lucena Velez earlier this month. 

Ogden shootout possibly gang related, police say

03/23/2013 9:06am
A shootout in an Ogden neighborhood that damaged houses and cars Friday is possibly gang related, police said.

Police ID man, woman held after Nevada shootout

03/23/2013 10:35am
A man wounded in a shootout that also left a veteran police officer injured in the Nevada resort city of Mesquite was identified Friday as an ex-convict with a criminal history stretching from Nebraska to Utah.

Governor starts off annual Boy Scout food drive

03/23/2013 11:00am
In a fight between Batman and Superman, Batman wins — at least when Utah Boy Scouts and Gov. Gary Herbert are involved. 

Anti-idling ordinance passed in 3 Utah cities

03/23/2013 12:00pm
In an effort to lower the air pollution in Utah, several cities now have anti-idling ordinances.

Utah jobless rate at 5.2 percent

03/23/2013 1:00pm
Utah's seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate — generated by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics — registered 5.2 percent for February.

Earth Day contest praises petroleum, coal

03/23/2013 3:43pm
If elementary school kids want to win a state-sponsored Earth Day poster contest, they'll have to tout the benefits of oil, gas and mining.

Siblings injured in 5-car crash begin recovery at home

03/23/2013 4:33pm
Stefanie Pohlsander and her brother were rear ended in a five-car accident on I-15 Saturday, March 16 while driving to the grocery store. Their family calls their survival a wake-up call to recognize the miracles in their lives.

2 injured, 2 horses killed in Tooele County crash

03/23/2013 5:01pm
An elderly couple was injured and two horses were killed in an accident Friday.

Family, community mourn miner's death

03/23/2013 6:01pm
After a mine collapse Friday left one man dead, the mining communities of Central Utah are pushing on in the same way they did after nine miners were killed in Crandall Canyon.

Scouting for Food stocks food bank after holidays

03/23/2013 6:34pm
Boy Scouts of America canvassed neighborhoods across the state Saturday collecting donations for the annual Scouting for Food drive.

Girl Scouts robbed of cookie money get second chance to sell

03/23/2013 7:48pm
The Girl Scout troop robbed of their cookie money a week ago got a boost from the community.

Sheriff to fine, cite trespassers on Dump Fire burn scar

03/23/2013 8:32pm
Police in Utah County are imposing hefty fines and citations to keep people off of the burn scars from the Dump Fire.

GOP committee rejects Utah Compact inclusion in platform

03/23/2013 9:50pm
The Utah County Republican Central Committee overwhelmingly rejected Saturday a proposal to include the Utah Compact in its party platform during a lively meeting Saturday morning at a local junior high school.

Police find 1 dead after domestic dispute

03/23/2013 10:08pm
Police were piecing together the aftermath of a domestic dispute that ended in the death of one person on Saturday.

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Updated: Thursday February 21, 2019 12:43 pm