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Airport screeners find gun in carry-on bag

10/22/2013 7:33am
Yet another gun was discovered by TSA screeners at the Salt Lake City Internatioanl Airport over the weekend.

Utah may not be fully reimbursed for reopening national parks

10/22/2013 7:51am
There's no guarantee the state will get back all of the $1.7 million paid to the federal government to reopen Utah's national parks during the shutdown, a deputy chief of staff to Gov. Gary Herbert said Monday.

Expert shares key to finding a job

10/22/2013 8:06am
If you're looking for a job, you may want to avoid the job listings and the want ads. Some career counselors say there is a more effective way to find work, but it will take a while.

Apartment resident opens door to heat, fire

10/22/2013 8:18am
A fire left at least two units in a Taylorsville apartment building temporarily uninhabitable Monday.

Utah auditor wants changes for taxpayer-funded vehicles

10/22/2013 9:14am
It doesn't look like Utah lawmakers will do much about taxpayer funded cars for top state officials, though one elected official wants to change the policy.

Local movie theater battles national trends

10/22/2013 10:48am
Water Garden Theatres developed a business strategy they believe better caters to locals with cheaper tickets and concessions, and no showings of R-rated movies.

BYU's Hill blossoming into a star

10/22/2013 11:36am
One month ago, exactly to the day this is being written, the BYU quarterback embarrassed and tainted the program's impressive legacy of great passers. Since that night Taysom Hill has reinvented himself as a pretty darned good quarterback.

UDOT needs public's help in catching copper thieves

10/22/2013 12:30pm
The lights are out along part of I-15 and the Utah Department of Transportation is still trying to get to the bottom of what has become the largest copper wire theft in UDOT's history.

Utah works to make 15 credit semesters the norm for college students

10/22/2013 1:32pm
College students in Utah are hearing about a new push to get them to step it up a bit and get out of school faster, and with less debt.

2 teens, 3 adults arrested in Kearns drive-by shooting

10/22/2013 1:47pm
Five people, all between the ages of 16 and 20, have been arrested in connection with a drive- by shooting in Kearns Monday night.

Man critically injured in auto-bike accident

10/22/2013 2:01pm
A bicyclist is in critical condition after he collided with a vehicle Tuesday morning, closing northbound Wasatch Boulevard after Fort Union.

Former teacher, Boy Scout leader arrested on more sex abuse charges

10/22/2013 4:43pm
A former schoolteacher and Boy Scout leader already facing multiple charges of child pornography has been arrested again.

5 things to get your garden ready for spring

10/22/2013 5:12pm
Fall is the time to lay your preparations for spring and get your garden back into shape. In this article are five suggestions to keep your green thumb active as the harvest of summer ends.

Noble male role models subject of local project

10/22/2013 6:28pm
A Utah native is working on a project he said he hopes will boost the visibility of positive male role models in society.

Emergency crews stage mass shooting drill at South Jordan theater

10/22/2013 6:59pm
Emergency crews from the Salt Lake City area responded to a South Jordan theater Tuesday to get a better feel for how to effectively respond to a mass shooting.

Police: Springville man made, ignited pipe bombs

10/22/2013 7:23pm
A Springville man is in jail after police say he constructed and ignited several pipe bombs at his home.

Video: Man arrested after leading police on chase through Tremonton

10/22/2013 7:23pm
Police say a 26-year-old man who evaded officers during a high- speed chase near the Utah-Idaho border was arrested in South Ogden on Monday.

Emergency responders recall 'hysterical' MacNeill at scene of wife's death

10/22/2013 7:24pm
On the day Martin MacNeill's wife was found dead in the bathtub of their Pleasant Grove home, his behavior was "hysterical" but not suspicious, a former police detective said Tuesday.

6 fun things to do in St. George this weekend

10/22/2013 7:28pm
In addition to old St. George favorites like the outlet malls and spa days, here are some suggestions that might add an element of novelty to your trip to Utah's Dixie.

'We've got to unify' says Sen. Hatch of GOP after gov't shutdown

10/22/2013 7:39pm
Utah Senator Orrin Hatch said the recent government shutdown hurt the Republican Party, but that they have a plan to bounce back from the bad image.

Man evaluated for mental competency in rape, murder case

10/22/2013 7:55pm
A man accused of raping and murdering a 6-year-old neighbor girl continues to be evaluated for mental competency.

Life Flight gives behind-the-scenes view of emergency transportation

10/22/2013 8:56pm
A Life Flight helicopter gave a behind-the- scenes look Tuesday at some of their day-to-day operations and procedures in an emergency situation.

Early voters mulling over $495M Jordan School District bond

10/22/2013 9:05pm
A sizable bond in the Jordan School District has become a point of controversy for Salt Lake County voters. Opponents of the bond say it's just too much money, but those willing to pay believe it's the only solution for a rapidly growing Utah population.

5 new twists on traditional Halloween activities

10/22/2013 9:36pm
While many Halloween traditions may have made their way into standardization, there is always room for change. Here are some idea on how to mix things up a little this Halloween season, traditionally speaking.

5 Union High players detained for vandalism after team-wide suspension

10/22/2013 10:34pm
Five members of the Union High School football team are expected to face charges in juvenile court after they were caught along with a sixth teen vandalizing a fence in Vernal, according to police.

Man arrested for transporting $50K load of pot from Calif.

10/22/2013 10:35pm
A Utah man was arrested Monday with a duffel bag full of marijuana that police say had been brought in from California for distribution in Utah.

Police ID man who allegedly drove truck up Capitol steps

10/22/2013 10:38pm
A man who drove his pickup truck up the steps of the state Capitol building was arrested Tuesday.

Nanny allegedly admits to scratching, force feeding children

10/22/2013 10:39pm
A former nanny charged with intentionally injuring two children was booked into the Salt Lake County Jail Tuesday. Police say she wrote a letter admitting abusive actions.

Columnist George Will goes 'One on One' on state of the Republican Party

10/22/2013 10:45pm
One of the most outspoken conservative journalists in America was in Utah Tuesday. George Will, a Fox News Channel contributor and columnist for the Washington Post, addressed BYU students and then sat down for a "One on One" interview with KSL's Dave McCann.

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