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Business owners worry about pending Sugar House streetcar route

05/06/2013 7:50am
The Salt Lake City Council may vote on a controversial route for the proposed Sugar House streetcar on Tuesday, and opponents of the proposed route on 1100 East say they're preparing to hear bad news.

3 reasons younger generation is not saving for retirement

05/06/2013 9:37am
Turbulent markets and paying off debt add up to a less than secure retirement for Americans who fall into the "Generation X" category.

6,000 coyotes killed in Utah’s bounty program

05/06/2013 11:14am
More than 6,000 dead coyotes have been redeemed by hunters as part of the DWR's coyote bounty program. Despite the enthusiastic support of many hunters, critics still question the ethics and effectiveness of the controversial program.

Ask a cop: Am I going to get mugged in Salt Lake?

05/06/2013 11:36am
Have you ever wanted to ask a cop a question but have either been too scared or had warrants? Well now is your chance through the safety of the Internet. Today, Officer Anonymous covers Salt Lake City muggings and how prevalent they are.

Utah representatives demand info on Ogden airport from FAA

05/06/2013 4:26pm
Sen. Mike Lee and Rep. Rob Bishop are demanding answers over apparent conflicting statements from federal officials related to Ogden Hinckley Airport's control tower.

Truck hits freeway overpass

05/06/2013 4:45pm
A truck that hauls dumpsters struck an overpass near Union Park Avenue Monday morning.

Man charged with hitting, killing woman in driveway

05/06/2013 4:58pm
Prosecutors filed a negligent homicide charge in the April 10 death of Sharalyn Quinney, 75. Quinney died after being hit by a SUV backing out of a driveway near 3646 E. 8200 South in Cottonwood Heights.

Schools lift lockdown after report of suicidal man

05/06/2013 5:24pm
Four schools in Taylorsville were placed on a precautionary lockdown Monday due to reports of a suicidal person in the area.

Officer deploys stun gun during arrest; man later dies

05/06/2013 5:28pm
Vernal police are investigating the death of Jayson Leon Carmickle, who died three days after an officer used a Taser to subdue and arrest him during an attempted vehicle burglary.

80 acres of Kaysville farmland to be developed into homes

05/06/2013 5:47pm
A Utah builder who says the housing market is on the road to recovery is backing that claim up with plans to build 300 homes in Davis County.

FBI, ATF investigating Molotov cocktail thrown into LDS church

05/06/2013 6:14pm
The Ogden City Fire Department, FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are investigating after a Molotov cocktail was thrown into a church building of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Sex offender gets jail time for exposing himself to 5-year-old

05/06/2013 7:02pm
A sex offender has been sentenced to jail after exposing himself to a 5-year-old girl in South Salt Lake late last year.

Religious leaders meet with health care professionals for spiritual boost

05/06/2013 7:45pm
For the second year in a row, health care professionals at the Huntsman Cancer Institute gathered to receive a spiritual boost with the blessing of their hands.

US Attorney's Office removed from Swallow investigation

05/06/2013 7:53pm
The U.S. Attorney's Office for Utah will no longer be involved in the federal investigation of Attorney General John Swallow. But that doesn't mean federal officials aren't continuing to look into his dealings with indicted businessman Jeremy Johnson.

Man accused of killing 2 women pleads guilty to unrelated kidnapping death

05/06/2013 8:16pm
Already charged with killing two women in St. George, Paul Clifford Ashton pleaded guilty Monday to the brutal kidnapping and death of Brad Eitner less than two months earlier.

American Fork hopes concrete barriers will discourage panhandling

05/06/2013 8:37pm
The city of American Fork is fighting back against panhandlers by literally putting concrete barriers in their way.

Chaffetz takes aim at Obama administration over Benghazi attack

05/06/2013 9:04pm
Rep. Jason Chaffetz , R-Utah, is taking on the Obama administration Wednesday over what happened in Benghazi, Libya. Chaffetz will fire questions at witnesses during a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, which will look into the Benghazi attack.

Prosecutors weighing charges in soccer referee's death

05/06/2013 9:21pm
Prosecutors are screening charges against a teen accused of punching a soccer referee. The possibility of more serious charges looms since the referee died over the weekend.

Downpour causes flash flood on St. George streets

05/06/2013 10:07pm
After just 15 minutes of pouring down rain, several streets in St. George were flooded with water and mud.

Mobile weather stations to help predict Utah mudslides

05/06/2013 11:05pm
After fire season comes the fear of mudslides, but this year Utah has new technology that could help save lives and property.

Police pursuit briefly closes I-15 in Utah County; troopers suspect DUI

05/06/2013 11:11pm
Utah Highway Patrol troopers arrested a man Monday night after they say he led officers on a chase along I-15 in Utah County.

U. basketball player improving lives one sandwich at a time

05/06/2013 11:32pm
University of Utah basketball player Jarred Dubois is great in the spotlight, but he may be even better when the lights have dimmed — not as a player, but as a person. That, he says, is all because of his dad.

Man dead in 200-foot rappelling fall ID'd

05/06/2013 11:42pm
Adam James Weber, 32, of Salt Lake City, was killed Sunday during a rappelling/swing accident in Day Canyon. His death marks the third fatality of its kind in the area so far this year.

Baby delivered on side of I-15

05/06/2013 11:59pm
A couple welcomed their son into the world Monday morning on the side of I-15 in Orem.

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Updated: Wednesday January 23, 2019 6:53 pm