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Utah has the 11th most stable economy in the country

02/01/2014 10:34am
Which of the 50 states is the most economically stable? Here is a list of the top 25 states in the best fiscal condition.

Local faith, business leaders laud push for immigration reform

02/01/2014 11:03am
Release of the Standards for Immigration Reform by congressional Republican leaders has renewed hope that meaningful immigration reform legislation will pass in 2014, local clergy and business leaders say.

Officers killed in the line of duty long ago honored

02/01/2014 11:35am
Three Salt Lake City police officers killed in the line of duty, all in separate eras but eerily close to the same spot, were honored Thursday.

Spacesuit inspired by medieval armor, made for walking on Mars

02/01/2014 11:50am
It takes Dr Gernot Groomer three hours to put on the spacesuit he hopes will, one day, walk across the surface of Mars.

High-speed police chase with wrong-way driver ends in DUI arrest, officers say

02/01/2014 1:15pm
A woman who was driving more than 90 miles per hour while traveling in the wrong direction on Legacy Highway was arrested on suspicion of intoxicated driving Saturday, according to Centerville Police.

Teachers to lawmakers: 'Give us a voice in education policies'

02/01/2014 3:58pm
Teachers are Utah's education experts and should have an active voice in policy decision-making affecting schools, they told state lawmakers Friday.

Snow storm triggers 10 crashes with 3 semi-trucks, 26 cars on I-15

02/01/2014 5:31pm
Three semi-trucks and 22 cars were involved in a series of crashes on a one-mile stretch of I-15 that sent one to the hospital in critical condition.

3 couples want to testify against Amendment 3 in appeal

02/01/2014 5:34pm
Three same-sex couples, including two who married in Utah while same-sex marriage was briefly permitted in December, want to testify as the case against Amendment 3 is appealed.

Ranching community asks people to fast for drought to end

02/01/2014 6:43pm
Snow this week did nothing to help with the abnormally dry conditions that continue to grip the state. The Farm Bureau is inviting everyone to join in prayer and fasting to ask for moisture for livestock and crops.

St. George's 'Flag Man' dies at 96

02/01/2014 8:18pm
Lee Warren, known as "The Flag Man" for passing out more than 200,000 American flag pins around St. George over the last 20 years, has died at the age of 96.

Utah man dies after fall on Hawaiian cruise ship

02/01/2014 10:03pm
An 87-year-old Salt Lake City man died Friday days after falling while on a cruise in Hawaii.

2 dead in West Jordan CO poisoning

02/01/2014 10:38pm
Two people died Saturday after being found unconscious due to carbon monoxide poisoning.

Fallen sheriff's sergeant to be remembered in Wednesday funeral

02/01/2014 10:46pm
The life of Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride will be remembered and honored at his funeral services set for 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Utah Valley University Events Center. The deputy wounded Thursday, Greg Sherwood, improved to serious condition.

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Updated: Thursday March 21, 2019 12:35 pm