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Motorists cautioned about restriping along I-80

01/08/2013 7:53am
UDOT officials are warning people who travel on I-80, particularly through Parleys Canyon, to be on the lookout for restriping trucks through the winter.

Man shot by police had BB gun, investigators say

01/08/2013 8:03am
Murray police shot and injured a suicidal man who they say threatened an officer early Tuesday morning with what looked like a handgun. It turned out to be a BB gun.

Increase in LDS missionaries a boon for local businesses

01/08/2013 6:14pm
The increased numbers of 18- and 19-year-old men and women heading out to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints means business is good for some local companies working hard to serve them.

Jail time for woman who hit estranged husband twice with SUV

01/08/2013 6:45pm
A woman who pleaded guilty to driving through a glass door with her SUV to hit her husband nearly six-and-a-half years ago, was sentenced Tuesday to one year in jail.

Resolution recommending gun ownership legal, Shurtleff says

01/08/2013 6:50pm
The leadership of this remote town is within their legal powers to recommend that every household own and maintain a gun, according to Utah's former attorney general Mark Shurtleff.

Inversions could last for another month despite storms, meteorologists say

01/08/2013 7:05pm
Conditions are ripe for more inversions in Utah, and the snowfall the state already has is making the problem worse. Meteorologists say the conditions could mean these inversions will continue for potentially the next month.

Number of LDS missionary applications doubles in 3 months

01/08/2013 8:39pm
An unprecedented number of LDS teenagers are signing up for missionary service since the lowering of age requirements. The number of missionary applications has doubled since then.