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SUU President selected as new president of Eastern Kentucky University

04/06/2013 8:55am
Eastern Kentucky University has tapped Southern Utah University President Michael Benson for its top post, university officials announced Friday.

Utah couple petitioning Congress for help with Alzheimer's disease

04/06/2013 9:40am
Bill and Beverly Miller have long been outstanding local advocates for Alzheimer's disease and have pushed for more available resources and treatment options.

New LDS temples announced for Cedar City and Brazil

04/06/2013 10:30am
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints President Thomas S. Monson announced plans for two new temples during the 183rd annual General Conference Saturday morning.

Marie Osmond signs her new book for fans in SLC

04/06/2013 11:02am
Long lines filled Deseret Book's downtown store Friday night as Marie Osmond stopped by for a book signing.

Salem man told 911 dispatcher he shot, killed wife

04/06/2013 11:31am
Police have released the 911 recording in the case of a Salem man charged with murder in the death of his wife.

7th Patriarch of the LDS Church dies at 106 years old

04/06/2013 12:05pm
The seventh patriarch for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died Thursday night.

State GOP chairman not seeking re-election

04/06/2013 1:21pm
State Democratic Party Chairman Jim Dabakis announced Wednesday he's running again for his party's top spot, but his counterpart at the GOP, Thomas Wright, is not seeking re-election.

Whistleblower calls Madoff 'Wizard of Oz' of $65 billion scam

04/06/2013 3:03pm
There is a saying that goes, "If something seems to good to be true, then it probably is."

After recession, consumers smarter; children taking note

04/06/2013 3:44pm
Call it a silver lining to the great recession: consumers are smarter, and their children are taking note.

Willard Bay marina closed through April after fuel leak

04/06/2013 4:37pm
The North Marina and its campgrounds at Willard Bay State Park will remain closed through at least April 30 as more than 100 Chevron workers and contractors continue to clean up diesel fuel from a broken pipeline.

3 dead in home; marijuana, 70 pit bulls found by police

04/06/2013 5:37pm
Authorities are investigating a triple homicide at a house located about 20 miles west of Malad near the Utah border where as many 70 pit bulls were being raised for sale and marijuana was being grown in the basement.

Baby's grandmother says father was controlling, abusive before killing

04/06/2013 5:46pm
The grandmother of the 5-month-old baby shot to death in an apparent murder-suicide attempt involving his father said Saturday the boy was "a sweetheart, all smiles and giggles."

Cleone Eccles remembered as 'calm, quiet influence for good'

04/06/2013 6:54pm
The word Cleone Peterson Eccles' four children said best describes their mother is "gracious." She died Friday morning at age 78 after a battle with cancer. Along with her husband, prominent Utah financier Spencer F. Eccles, she was a committed philanthropist and community supporter.

Know signs of abuse, say pinwheel garden sponsors

04/06/2013 7:49pm
Do you know the warning signs that a child may be abused? Prevent Child Abuse Utah is hoping their blue pinwheels across Utah will help educate people on those signs and abuse prevention.

Mike Leavitt to speak at UVU about religious freedom

04/06/2013 8:53pm
Utah Valley University has tapped former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt for the keynote address of the Center For Constitutional Studies' spring conference next week, university officials announced Thursday. 

1 of 3 men who saved couple says he was just being a 'good neighbor'

04/06/2013 10:15pm
A couple injured in a rollover Wednesday had a chance to thank one of the strangers who helped save their lives.

LDS Church sees changes in General Conference

04/06/2013 10:19pm
In the Saturday sessions of the General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, changes came in the form of a new Young Women presidency, a staggering rise of missionary applications and service, and a woman praying in conference.

Jousting, medieval games come to life at West Jordan stables

04/06/2013 10:47pm
Jousting: They call it the world's oldest extreme sport. Saturday, riders and their horses had the chance to test their skills in an unusual way.

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