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Medical trash-burning facility plans Tooele move

05/18/2014 9:15am
A medical waste burning facility pressed to leave a Utah suburb by residents and legislators worried about toxic emissions has picked out a new home on the western shore of Great Salt Lake, a move which has raised health concerns for its future neighbors.

West Jordan company to play big role in US Capitol restoration

05/18/2014 10:01am
A Utah company just finalized a contract and will play a major role in the hugely expensive project of fixing the U.S. Capitol dome.

1 killed, 1 hospitalized in Ogden auto-pedestrian accident

05/18/2014 10:46am
One woman is dead and a girl has been hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries after a vehicle struck them Friday night in Ogden.

Motorcycle crash leaves 1 man in critical condition, another in serious condition

05/18/2014 12:01pm
One man is in extremely critical condition and another is in serious but stable condition following a motorcycle accident in Holladay Sunday morning.

Michael Sam saga apt to expand NFL's gay fan base

05/18/2014 4:58pm
Years before Michael Sam was born, gay-rights activists Kate Kendell and Paul Guequierre were already die-hard National Football League fans.

Driver, passenger identified in crash near airport

05/18/2014 5:53pm
The driver and the front passenger have been identified in a crash that killed three and left another in critical condition Saturday.

Second man arrested in Sandy home invasion

05/18/2014 6:05pm
Police have arrested the second man that allegedly impersonated a police officer in order to invade a home May 15.

Woman arrested for DUI after driving wrong way on I-15

05/18/2014 6:31pm
Two cars collided near 500 North I-15 when a driver drove the wrong way on the freeway early Sunday morning.

Naples teen drives into a Maverik Store — literally

05/18/2014 6:58pm
A 16-year-old with a learner's permit learned the difference between the gas and brake pedals the hard way on Sunday.

SKorean immigrants gather in SLC to remember ferry victims

05/18/2014 7:31pm
About 50 immigrants gathered at Legacy Park Sunday afternoon to remember the hundreds of victims of last month's ferry sinking in South Korea, where they believe rescue and media efforts were hindered by the South Korean government.

Mother holds annual 'Race for Grief' to honor loss of daughter

05/18/2014 8:44pm
Health and fitness expert Lora Erickson found herself in a position no woman wants to be in: she gave birth to a premature baby, who died hours later. Wanting to remember her daughter, she holds an annual race called "Race for Grief."

19-year-old drowns in Blackridge Reservoir

05/18/2014 11:59pm
A 19-year-old drowned after swimming across Blackridge Reservoir.

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