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Sunday Edition: Same-sex marriage in Utah

06/30/2013 9:00am
A closer look at "The Decider," Justice Anthony Kennedy and why many legal scholars believe we are living in his world. Plus, we'll discuss mental illness among our youth. And, Doug Wright offers his opinion on what the new federal building in Utah should be named.

Imprisoned businessman 'threatened' by A.G. attorneys say

06/30/2013 9:27am
Attorneys for imprisoned businessman Marc Sessions Jenson want a judge to tell the attorney general's office to stay away from him, his family and others.

Federal control of lands not bad, says Interior Secretary

06/30/2013 10:30am
New U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told the Western Governors Association on Friday there's a need to get away from seeing federally managed lands as bad and state control over resources as good.

Public transit expansion will result in economic growth, study shows

06/30/2013 11:45am
The key to economic growth in Utah will be continued monetary support of the area's transportation system, according to a new report.

Woman killed in Millard County crash identified

06/30/2013 5:36pm
A woman killed in a car crash Thursday night in Millard County has been identified as Jill Hintze, 57, of Oak City.

No injunction in decades-old Ute jurisdiction case, judge says

06/30/2013 5:51pm
A federal judge has refused to issue a preliminary injunction against the state of Utah, Duchesne and Uintah counties and the cities of Duchesne, Myton and Roosevelt in a lawsuit filed by the Ute Indian Tribe that accuses police of racial profiling.

Changes in Utah laws kick in Monday

06/30/2013 5:52pm
This part of summer is a time for patriotism. It's also the time new state laws go into effect across the nation.

2nd missing dog returned to Humane Society safely

06/30/2013 6:03pm
The second of two dogs the Humane Society of Utah says was stolen from its facility Wednesday has been returned.

Lindon deems water safe to drink

06/30/2013 9:11pm
An order to Lindon residents to boil water has been lifted, officials said Sunday evening.

Area evacuated due to chemical spill; crews on scene

06/30/2013 10:22pm
Salt Lake City fire and haz-mat crews were involved in a tense situation Sunday night with an unstable chemical that had the potential to explode.

20 apartments damaged in quick-moving fire

06/30/2013 10:25pm
Firefighters battled both a three-alarm blaze and scorching temperatures Sunday.

Papa Murphy's customers donate 30K books for kids

06/30/2013 10:27pm
Tens of thousands of Utah children will now have an easier time doing their summer reading.

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