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SALT LAKE CITY — Here are six stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
The wife and mother of a man and boy killed in an auto-pedestrian accident Saturday night described them as "best friends."
Levi Johnson, 11, was his "dad's right hand man," said Rhonda Johnson, and Todd Johnson, 44, was "the best father."
Near silence filled the chapel as one by one, people lit candles in memory of those killed by gun violence on the second anniversary of the shootings at Sandy Hook. Fifty candles — one for the gun deaths in each state — sat on a table in front of the room at Calvary Baptist Church in Salt Lake City.
A gunman took an unknown number of people hostage inside a downtown Sydney chocolate shop and cafe at the height of Monday morning rush hour, with two people inside the cafe seen holding up a flag believed to contain an Islamic declaration of faith.
An airman from Hill Air Force Base and a woman were killed and two children were injured in single-vehicle rollover accident Saturday morning.
The man, woman and two children were traveling in a Jeep when it rolled on Skyline Drive near the "B" on the hillside.
2014 has officially been declared the year of the selfie. According to Twitter's top trends of 2014, that is.
The term "selfie" has been mentioned more than 92 million times on Twitter — a 500% increase on 2013, when "selfie" was named Oxford Dictionary's word of the year, according to Twitter.