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Residents split on how to fund 19 new schools in Jordan district

06/26/2013 7:39am
Leaders in the Jordan School District had residents vote on a way to come up with the $1 billion needed to pay for 19 new schools and announced the results Tuesday.

Missing cockatoo found after report of 'strange bird' in tree

06/26/2013 8:14am
Tracy Aviary's missing cockatoo was found Tuesday after a woman noticed a "strange bird" in her neighborhood.

Bridal reality TV shows create some unreal expectations

06/26/2013 8:53am
How much should a wedding cost? Your perception of that may be skewed if you watch bridal reality shows on TV.

Utahns weigh in on Supreme Court same-sex marriage decisions

06/26/2013 10:58am
Local gay rights activists hailed the U.S. Supreme Court rulings on marriage Wednesday, while supporters of traditional marriage called the outcome disappointing.

5 reasons to visit the Utah Shakespeare Festival

06/26/2013 11:01am
The Utah Shakespeare Festival is a summer tradition in southern Utah. Located near some of Utah's best natural wonders, it's a great destination for a romantic getaway, families or anyone who loves theater.

Utah County Muslims break ground for first mosque, though still short of funds

06/26/2013 11:16am
Members of the Muslim community in Utah County broke ground for the area's first Islamic mosque, despite still being short on funds to finish the building.

Lawyers want Uzbek's terrorism trial delayed

06/26/2013 11:20am
Federal prosecutors are seeking to delay the trial for an Uzbek national arrested in May on terrorism-related charges, calling the case too complex to argue it in court on the scheduled date early next month.

Leave Google for one of these alternative search engines

06/26/2013 1:47pm
Everyone has used Google and most people have at least heard of Bing, but did you know there are other search engines out there? Some focus on privacy and some focus on being easier to use.

New drug gives hope of chemotherapy alternative

06/26/2013 3:08pm
Two clinical trial studies published this month suggest that chemotherapy may soon be outdated by a new, targeted treatment with fewer adverse side effects.

Ukrainian who tried to open door on flight faces trial

06/26/2013 3:20pm
A Ukrainian man who told authorities he had been drinking heavily for 50 days before trying to open an emergency exit on a Delta Air Lines flight has been let out of jail after seven months, and his family says it can explain why he was carrying 19 passports.

New contract for Mendenhall highlights BYU Football Media Day

06/26/2013 3:37pm
BYU Football Media Day began with a flurry of announcements, including one of a contract extension for head coach Bronco Mendenhall.

Provo police chief resigns, plans move to Ohio

06/26/2013 3:51pm
Provo Police Chief Rick Gregory is stepping down to move to Ohio to be with his family.

Feds make multimillion-dollar Spice bust in So. Utah

06/26/2013 5:11pm
Federal prosecutors charged 14 people in Utah on Wednesday in a major Spice manufacturing and distribution ring.

Indiana woman fakes pregnancy, attempts to steal baby

06/26/2013 5:46pm
A Muncie, Indiana exterminator has been accused of trying to steal a 3-week-old baby from her mother after an elaborate fake pregnancy.

Go back in time with 6 fascinating historical fiction novels

06/26/2013 7:32pm
Historical fiction novels offer a passageway into the past. This Book Matters list includes six books set in different time periods and locations that keep readers enthralled with beautiful writing and fascinating historical detail.

New trial date set for Pleasant Grove doctor accused of killing wife

06/26/2013 8:02pm
A new trial date was set Wednesday in the case of a Pleasant Grove doctor accused of killing his wife, even as defense attorneys continue to seek to have the Utah County Attorney's Office disqualified from prosecuting the case.

Families choose life of service abroad in Guatemala

06/26/2013 8:34pm
Two former Utah couples and their children are giving indigenous Latin American people a chance at a better life and health by building them homesteads and educating them to farm and raise animals.

Reward offered for tips about Molotov cocktail thrown into LDS church

06/26/2013 8:46pm
Investigators are offering a $5,000 reward for information about who threw several Molotov cocktails into an LDS Church meetinghouse in May.

'The Crucible' turns recruits into Marines

06/26/2013 10:14pm
The United States Marine Corps calls it The Crucible. It's the greatest challenge of boot camp and a culmination of the physical and mental skills the Marine recruits have learned over the last three months. It turns recruits into Marines, and leaves them exhausted, but exhilarated.

Parents upset as teen arrested for making threats returns to school

06/26/2013 10:33pm
A teen who was arrested Thursday for allegedly threatening to kill people at an elementary school returned to the school Wednesday. Concerned parents want to know why he wasn't forced to leave immediately.

Broadway production premieres at Utah Shakespeare Festival

06/26/2013 10:54pm
The Utah Shakespeare Festival officially opens next week. This season, it's premiering "Peter and the Starcatcher," a show you can't see anywhere else except Broadway.

Soaring temperatures to cap drier than usual June

06/26/2013 11:09pm
It's been a long dry spell. That cliche fits Utah weather, with this month delivering just a "trace" of precipitation so far. The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said it's been dry since June 2011, and this weekend will sizzle.

RSL makes club history with 3-0 win over Carolina

06/26/2013 11:14pm
Real Salt Lake made club history Wednesday night, advancing to the Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup semifinal round for the first time off a 3-0 win over the NASL Carolina RailHawks.