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Glenn Beck entertains 15K with 'Man in the Moon'

07/07/2013 8:07am
Glenn Beck received a warm Utah welcome for a sold-out weekend of patriotism, history, service and politics leading up to the premiere of his original show "Man in the Moon."

Swimmer drowns at Sand Hollow State Park

07/07/2013 8:33am
A swimmer has drowned at Sand Hollow State Park in southern Utah.

Brigham City woman dead in I-15 crash

07/07/2013 9:08am
A 57-year-old woman is dead following a crash on I-15 near the border of Tremonton and Elwood.

Wildfire near Vegas prompts 100s to flee homes

07/07/2013 9:43am
Bone-dry trees and vegetation are fueling a raging wildfire near Las Vegas that has prompted evacuations of more than 500 people and left a blanket of smoke over the city, officials said Saturday.

Questar Gas seeks 2.5% rate increase

07/07/2013 11:48am
Questar Gas announced Monday that it is asking the Utah Public Service Commission for a $19 million increase in its Utah general rates.

Man involved in '88 compound standoff set to be released

07/07/2013 12:25pm
After 25 years, the man who triggered a 13-day standoff at a Utah polygamous compound that ended with the death of a corrections officer will be released from prison Tuesday.

Feds bar new mining claims in solar energy zones

07/07/2013 12:59pm
Federal officials have taken another step toward establishing 17 new "solar energy zones" on public lands in the West by barring new mining claims that could impede renewable energy development on the sites.

Team interviews old-timers in federal battle for 12.5K rural roads

07/07/2013 1:48pm
A legal team from the state of Utah has been traveling the far reaches of the state to film roads and record testimony in the state's legal fight against the federal government to secure title to more than 12,000 Civil-War era roads.

Tired of public urination, businesswoman builds outhouses

07/07/2013 3:08pm
How do you stop public urination? One upset business owner across from Seattle's Occidental Park is taking matters into her own hands by creating makeshift outhouses in the nearby park.

Man killed by hit-and-run driver who was on drugs, police say

07/07/2013 3:34pm
A man died Saturday night after being hit while jaywalking by a man under the influence of drugs, police said.

Teen girl killed in rollover on I-70

07/07/2013 5:09pm
A 14-year-old Denver girl died in Utah Sunday afternoon when a car carrying her rolled on I-70 near Green River.

Floods hit Sandy homes even after drain upgrades

07/07/2013 6:04pm
Sandy city officials said storm drains functioned correctly after massive amounts of rain flooded six homes Saturday night.

Celebrating our children's independence

07/07/2013 7:31pm
As parents, it is often difficult to let our children make their own choices — but it is imperative that we do.

Was shooting on reservation murder by police or suicide?

07/07/2013 7:57pm
Utah Highway Patrol trooper Dave Swenson had his gun trained on the disabled Suzuki sedan when the teenage driver and his passenger climbed out.

Infiniti FX37 is not a car, and it's not an SUV

07/07/2013 8:51pm
Crossovers are aptly named because they're neither car nor SUV. Here's a look at one that tries to compete against both, but does best in its own crossover category.

Man with special needs hit by train, killed

07/07/2013 10:08pm
A 27-year-old man with special needs was killed Sunday when a train hit him near the Price River.

Mudslide shuts down Alpine Loop near Sundance

07/07/2013 10:31pm
A slide of mud and rock has temporarily shut down the Alpine Loop in American Fork Canyon. Crews are working to clean the mess up.