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Judge begins ruling on motions in doctor's murder case

10/01/2013 7:30am
With the monthlong trial of a Utah County doctor accused of murdering his wife just two weeks away, a 4th District judge began ruling on a litany of pretrial motions Monday.

Riding bobsled is like 'controlled car crash,' Team USA says

10/01/2013 8:02am
The bobsled run at Utah's Olympic Park is a "rush." "The best way to describe it is like a controlled car crash," said Steve Langton of Team USA Bobsled.

9 memorable Utah viral videos

10/01/2013 8:23am
Several YouTube videos with Utah connections have gone viral in recent years. From blenders to beauty pageants, from ninjas to Sasquatch, these videos all received attention from around the world.

Stericycle denies violating pollution limits

10/01/2013 8:30am
Stericycle, operator of the West's only medical waste incinerator, is denying to Utah air quality regulators it violated its permit by releasing too many pollutants.

Senior silence: The conversation they dread to have with their children

10/01/2013 10:12am
Many seniors have not communicated their wishes about future health care or financial decisions to their children — potentially leaving their loved ones with difficulties and heartache.

Once infertile, woman gives birth after surgery

10/01/2013 10:15am
A 30-year-old infertile woman gave birth after surgeons removed her ovaries and re-implanted tissue they treated in a lab, researchers report.

BYU, USU fight each other for second

10/01/2013 10:32am
The landscape of college football in Utah has changed much over the last four years. With wins over Utah State and BYU, Utah is the undisputed state champions for this year. With this in mind, Friday's game between BYU and USU is for second place.

Court: Is anonymous tip enough for traffic stop?

10/01/2013 10:54am
The Supreme Court said Tuesday it will weigh whether a motorist's anonymous tip about reckless driving is enough for police to pull over a car, without an officer's corroboration of dangerous driving.

More babies share parents' beds despite SIDS risks

10/01/2013 11:03am
The government's latest infant bed-sharing numbers show a troubling trend: the percentage of U.S. babies sleeping with parents or another child more than doubled since the early 1990s, despite public health messages linking the practice with sudden infant death syndrome.

Why artificial sugar may be making you fat

10/01/2013 11:20am
The brain can tell the difference between real sugar and artificial sweetener, and it means that those who eat treats with artificial sugar will just want to eat more later, a new study says.

Provo's oldest home slated for demolition

10/01/2013 12:13pm
Historians are springing into action after finding that Provo's oldest house is set to be demolished for an LDS church parking lot expansion.

4 of the best burritos in Northern Utah

10/01/2013 12:25pm
The burrito: Eat it smothered on a plate or wrapped in foil as you walk to work. This meal is as versatile and delicious as it is transportable. If you can't wait to get your hands on one, try one of these four suggestions.

'Star Wars' fans plead with JJ Abrams, 'don't mess this up'

10/01/2013 12:43pm
Leading with the tagline, "For the love of all that is holy. Don't mess this up!" Sincerely Truman has posted a two-minute video detailing four elements it believes the prequels got wrong and that JJ Abrams had better get right.

31 days of family film frights (Part 1)

10/01/2013 2:06pm
Celebrate the build-up to Halloween by watching 31 spooky movies that will have you and your family on the edge of your seats and checking underneath the bed.

Man accused of throwing man from 3rd story window

10/01/2013 2:29pm
A 44-year-old man is accused of throwing another man out of a third-story apartment window in Ogden.

Ogden police looking for person who shot, left man on sidewalk

10/01/2013 2:57pm
Ogden police discovered an injured man lying on a sidewalk early Tuesday and learned that he had been shot.

Wave of jellyfish shuts down Swedish nuke reactor

10/01/2013 3:05pm
It wasn't a tsunami but it had the same effect: A huge cluster of jellyfish forced one of the world's largest nuclear reactors to shut down _ a phenomenon that marine biologists say could become more common.

Principal sues students as hackers for parody Facebook, Twitter pages

10/01/2013 3:40pm
A middle school's assistant principal tried to sue students after they made Facebook and Twitter accounts in his name.

5 surprising things the government shutdown will shutter or keep open

10/01/2013 4:04pm
As the federal government suspends all non-essential programs, some effects leave people scratching their heads or surprised they are funded by the federal government.

Woman in critical condition after embankment crash

10/01/2013 4:32pm
It took 15 minutes to extract a woman after a crash near Pineview Reservoir, police said.

Government shutdown halts aid to Utah WIC recipients

10/01/2013 5:56pm
Roughly 65,000 Utahns who use the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children, more commonly known as WIC, will lose that assistance thanks to Monday night's federal government shutdown. Many say they did not see it coming.

Former Olympic track star trains in Utah for bobsledding

10/01/2013 6:33pm
Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones has come to Park City to train and make weight for the Olympic bobsled team, eating a diet of 9,000 calories a day to do it.

Family returns letters, pictures to relatives of discovered WWII airman

10/01/2013 6:56pm
His family just laid his remains to rest in Utah after they were missing for decades in the South Pacific. Now, a deceased World War II vet's family is learning of a new discovery.

Man accused of killing cop did not want to be saved by hospital staff

10/01/2013 7:17pm
The man accused of shooting and killing a Draper police sergeant told hospital staff not to try and save him, according to court documents.

After giving birth: 6 things all new moms should know

10/01/2013 7:34pm
When new moms are preparing to have a baby, they are flooded with information on how to take care of the baby. All of this is essential, but what about mom? Here are some things that I wish I knew before giving birth.

New headstone unveiled for Utah deputy slain in 1902

10/01/2013 7:51pm
Modern-day Scofield looks nothing like it did in October 1902, when this Utah mining town was still grieving the 200 coal miners who died 18 months earlier in an explosion at the Winter Quarters Mine.

Your fault! No shutdown end; Dems, GOP trade blame

10/01/2013 7:55pm
First slowed, then stalled by political gridlock, the vast machinery of government clanged into partial shutdown mode on Tuesday and President Barack Obama warned the longer it goes "the more families will be hurt."

Cost of Affordable Care Act unknown for taxpayers

10/01/2013 8:01pm
Tuesday's open enrollment under President Obama's health care law is presenting questions not only for the previously uninsured, but the insured as well.

'I don't think I did it,' doctor allegedly told police in murder case

10/01/2013 8:07pm
A multi-day preliminary hearing is set to begin Tuesday to determine if there is enough evidence to send a Salt Lake City pediatrician to trial for the murder of his ex-wife.

Jazz pianist looks to create album of LDS hymns

10/01/2013 8:31pm
An LDS pianist is working on an album of hymns arranged in jazz stylings.

Surgeon grateful for sight after doctors reverse effects of rare condition

10/01/2013 8:46pm
The quick action of a Utah surgeon, and the expertise of the doctors who treated him, saved his sight after he suddenly fell victim last week to a rare, inoperable condition.

Tricks for cleaning your house based on who's coming to visit

10/01/2013 9:46pm
No matter if you live in a house, an apartment, a yurt or a teepee, chances are you have at least some level of anxiety when visitors stop by, whether unexpectedly or with months of warning.

Motorcyclists pull over, beat SUV driver in NYC

10/01/2013 9:50pm
An unauthorized motorcycle rally featuring hundreds of bikers parading through the streets took a bloody turn when a large group of riders surrounded a man driving with his family, then chased his SUV for miles after he plowed through a blockade of bikes and beat him.

Man arrested in poaching incident; police search for 2nd poacher

10/01/2013 10:06pm
Wildlife officers in North Logan are tracking down poachers, who they say are putting people in danger by hunting inside city limits.

Water watchers concerned about amount of hay going to China

10/01/2013 10:31pm
Utah farmers are helping to feed China by sending massive amounts of hay overseas. But some critics say those farmers are essentially shipping our precious water over there as well, in the form of this water-intensive crop.

Family of 11-year-old accidentally hanged thanks community for support

10/01/2013 10:32pm
The family of an 11-year old boy who accidentally hanged himself over the weekend said the outpouring of support has been overwhelming.

Utahns feeling impact as shutdown kicks in

10/01/2013 11:11pm
The shutdown of the U.S. government is affecting Utahns in many ways — everything from the closure of national parks and federal land to forced furloughs for government workers.