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Reward increased in animal cruelty case

04/29/2013 7:42am
The Humane Society of Utah has increased to $5,000 the reward offered for information in a case of cats being tortured and killed near FrontRunner tracks.

More than 16K addicts to be eligible for insurance

04/29/2013 8:39am
More than 16,000 Utah residents with drug and alcohol addictions will become newly eligible for insurance next year under the health care overhaul, but it's unclear whether state substance abuse facilities will be able to handle any increase in demand.

Crews search for missing boater

04/29/2013 9:49am
Boaters found a partially submerged boat at Flaming Gorge Reservoir Sunday evening and alerted authorities.

Tales From the ER: I'm always a nurse — even when I'm off the clock

04/29/2013 10:33am
When I clock out from the hospital, I don't stop being a nurse. Here are two examples of my "off-duty nursing" experiences that I have had over the last few years.

6 ways to prep for an earthquake

04/29/2013 11:04am
AAA Utah would like to pass along some earthquake preparedness tips. Preparation and practice are key when it comes to weathering an earthquake, so here are 6 important things to know.

Tourist in your hometown: St. George Dinosaur Discovery

04/29/2013 11:32am
This unique, family-friendly dinosaur site in St. George is a great year-round destination.

Utah adventurers believe they located multimillion dollar treasure

04/29/2013 11:53am
A New Mexico millionaire has made news by hiding a treasure of gold coins, diamonds and rubies. He also provided clues to the location, which two Utah adventurers believe they've solved. And they think most people are looking in the wrong place.

Prosecutors won't be disqualified in MacNeill murder case, judge says

04/29/2013 3:13pm
A judge will not disqualify the Utah County Attorney's Office from the prosecuting the case of Martin MacNeill, a Pleasant Grove doctor who is accused of killing his wife.

Brigham City volunteers raise bar for Read Today program

04/29/2013 5:24pm
During National Volunteer Week, many Utah schools have been honoring those who help meet the needs of students and teachers. Discovery Elementary, a small school in northern Utah, has generated huge volunteer support it through an unconventional campaign.

How do you eat a cupcake? Contest offers treats for a year

04/29/2013 5:29pm
One Sweet Slice, Utah bakery and winner of "Cupcake Wars," is offering up cupcakes for a year to the winner of their competition on YouTube. The contest is asking people across the Salt Lake Valley to upload videos of how they eat their cupcakes.

Man accused of shooting 5-month-old 'wants to die,' attorney says

04/29/2013 5:58pm
An attorney for an American Fork man charged with shooting and killing his 5-month-old son says his client wants to die. On the same day he made those comments, the recording of the 911 call made the day of the shooting was released to the public.

Insurance company to assess flood damage in Murray

04/29/2013 6:03pm
Residents impacted by a canal break over the weekend will be visited by insurance adjusters Monday morning to assess the damage. North Jordan Canal Company said they are 98 percent sure the company's insurance policy will cover for the damage caused by the breach.

Farmington man ordered to get treatment for injured horse

04/29/2013 6:55pm
A Farmington horse owner has been given five days to obtain treatment for one of his horses after the animal was found with a halter embedded in its face in what a Humane Society investigator said is one of the most severe cases he's seen.

KSL no longer airing NBC's 'Hannibal'

04/29/2013 8:21pm
KSL TV will no longer be airing NBC's "Hannibal" on Thursday nights due in part to the show's "extensive graphic nature."

5 officers justified in March killing of Salt Lake City man, DA says

04/29/2013 8:56pm
Five police officers were justified in shooting and killing a man after he pointed a gun and fired at them, Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill determined.

Police dog hurt in action making slow recovery

04/29/2013 9:20pm
A police K9 injured in Cedar City while trying to apprehend a suspect continues to recover.

Teen hit by car in rural area dies; 3 others recovering

04/29/2013 9:39pm
One of four teenagers hit by a car as they walked along a rural road Saturday night, 13-year-old Courtney Osborn, has passed away.

Man shot inside West Valley police station after allegedly firing at officers

04/29/2013 9:53pm
West Valley police have confirmed that a man was shot inside the police department Monday morning. Four months ago, he told police he wanted a "suicide by cop."

Cyclist critically injured in Salt Lake City accident

04/29/2013 10:19pm
A bicyclist was critically injured Monday night after being hit by a car at 500 South and 500 West.

Tooele County retirees to lose health insurance benefits

04/29/2013 11:21pm
Tooele County commissioners are working to fill their $4-million shortfall, and the latest plan is a major blow to dozens of current and former employees.

Are fathers getting short end of the stick in Utah custody cases?

04/29/2013 11:40pm
Divorce in itself can be challenging, but add kids to the mix and a lot of those challenges become emotionally charged — especially when it comes to custody. There are many who believe the rights of fathers are being ignored.

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