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Judge denies request to stay Jeremy Johnson case

10/04/2013 8:02am
A judge denied the Federal Trade Commission's request for a stay in its case against St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson on Thursday.

School tutors parents on how to teach their kids

10/04/2013 8:22am
A Kaysville elementary school has invited parents to become students at their children's school Friday morning.

Scientists discover ancient supervolcanoes on Mars

10/04/2013 8:53am
Scientists have discovered ancient supervolcanoes on Mars similar to the caldera that sits under Yellowstone National Park.

Study: Most twins can be born without a C-section

10/04/2013 9:23am
Expecting twins? You probably don't need to schedule a cesarean section. Most moms can safely give birth without surgery, a big study finds.

Fans place 'Breaking Bad' obituary in newspaper

10/04/2013 9:43am
Some fans of "Breaking Bad," the AMC series which concluded Sunday night, were inspired to place an obituary for character Walter White in the Albuquerque Journal.

60 possible new species found in Suriname forest

10/04/2013 10:14am
Braving perilous river rapids in Suriname's rainforest, international scientists found six frogs and 11 fish that are among 60 creatures that may be new species, a tropical ecologist with a U.S.-based conservation group said Thursday.

Utes miss golden opportunity against UCLA

10/04/2013 11:13am
It was there for the taking. The Utes were in position to knock off the 12th ranked team in the country and earn their first signature win against a Pac-12 opponent.

The ultimate LDS pre-conference apostle trivia quiz

10/04/2013 11:20am
How well do you know the lives of the members of the First Presidency, the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles and other leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints?

Game Night Live coming to Bingham High School

10/04/2013 11:34am
Game Night Live will broadcast live from Bingham high school Friday night on KSL 5. The No. 1 ranked Miners will host No. 2 ranked Brighton in a battle of unbeaten teams in Region 3. wins national award for best state website

10/04/2013 11:59am
Utah's official website,, was recognized Friday by the Center for Digital Government with the Best of the Web award for the sixth consecutive year. has ranked in the top three best state websites since 2006.

UK mother of starved boy jailed for 15 years

10/04/2013 12:11pm
An alcoholic British mother who let her 4-year-old son starve to death and left his body in a cot for almost two years was sentenced Friday to 15 years in jail.

'Opportunities galore' at Utah's state parks for displaced visitors

10/04/2013 12:51pm
The national parks in Utah may be closed during the shutdown, but Utah's 43 state parks are open and running, and they are experiencing a boom this week.

Why Instagram is ruining your appetite

10/04/2013 1:30pm
Looking at too many pictures of food can make it less fun to eat, according to a new study from BYU.

Rodriguez sues MLB and Selig, citing 'witch hunt'

10/04/2013 1:36pm
Alex Rodriguez sued Major League Baseball and Commissioner Bud Selig, accusing them of pursuing "vigilante justice" as part of a "witch hunt" designed to smear the character of the Yankees star and cost him tens of millions of dollars.

3 reasons 'Gravity' must be seen on the big screen and in 3D

10/04/2013 2:04pm
Three reasons you need to see "Gravity" on the biggest screen you can find and with 3D glasses.

Presumed Siri voice-actor shows face behind the app

10/04/2013 3:59pm
When Susan Bennet recorded a series of software scripts in 2005, she had no idea her voice would one day become recognized around the world.

Prospect for quick end to shutdown is remote

10/04/2013 4:23pm
Prospects for a swift end to the 4-day-old partial government shutdown all but vanished Friday as lawmakers squabbled into the weekend and increasingly shifted their focus to a midmonth deadline for averting a threatened first-ever default.

Man charged with murder for allegedly stabbing neighbor

10/04/2013 4:40pm
A South Salt Lake man accused of stabbing another man in his four- plex without warning was charged Friday with murder, a first-degree felony.

New a capella group sings to serve

10/04/2013 5:00pm
BYU's newest a capella group with a mission to serve will be taking to the streets in between sessions of General Conference Saturday.

Bride accused in husband's death pleads not guilty

10/04/2013 5:07pm
A newlywed bride accused of pushing her husband off a cliff to his death in Glacier National Park after having second thoughts about her marriage pleaded not guilty to murder charges Friday.

Ex-funeral home director sentenced to prison for child porn

10/04/2013 5:48pm
The former vice president of McDougal Funeral Homes was sent to prison Friday for the "reprehensible" crime of creating child pornography.

Game Center: BYU vs. Utah State

10/04/2013 6:00pm
Follow along as the BYU Cougars take on in-state rival Utah State at Romney Stadium in Logan with's live Game Center.

New scam freezes computers, suggests users have child porn

10/04/2013 6:05pm
A computer scam is starting to dupe Utahns. It leads people to believe their computers have been used to view child porn, and then tries to con them out of money.

Prep football: Week 7 scores

10/04/2013 6:30pm
Check back here for the latest scores from all the Week 7 prep football games across the state.

Riverton mom charged with leaving disabled child in car

10/04/2013 6:38pm
A Riverton woman accused of leaving her 2-year-old in the car while she went shopping now faces a felony charge.

What to expect as a first-time soccer mom

10/04/2013 7:44pm
Having young children play soccer is a fun and exciting. But as with any experience there are lessons to be learned along the way.

Utah unemployment rates skyrocket after gov't shutdown

10/04/2013 7:52pm
The Utah Department of Workforce Services has seen a 500 percent increase of people requesting unemployment since the government shutdown turned federal employees away from work Tuesday.

Utah National Guard heads to Colo. to rebuild road

10/04/2013 7:59pm
Despite the government shutdown, members of the Utah National Guard are heading to Colorado to help with reconstruction after a massive flood ripped through homes and entire towns.

Leukemia patient finds love with life-saving ambulance driver

10/04/2013 8:28pm
A young mother battling cancer wasn't looking for love during her life-saving treatments, but is now set to marry after finding love with her ambulance driver.

Ann Romney releases book with family stories, recipes

10/04/2013 9:14pm
Ann Romney, the wife of former Presidential candidate Mitt Romney, is releasing a new book that shares family stories and recipes.

Highland allowing archers to hunt deer within city limits

10/04/2013 9:30pm
Highland residents may soon notice fewer deer traipsing through their yards because of a program that allows archers to hunt deer within the city.

Clear air initiative proposes $30 monthly UTA passes

10/04/2013 9:40pm
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and UTA announced Friday a joint clean air initiative which proposes to allow Salt Lake City residents to buy an annual mass transit pass for $360, or $30 a month for 2014. It needs City Council approval.

Police say medical condition caused multiple car accident, 3 injured

10/04/2013 9:55pm
A baby was in critical condition and two other people were in serious condition Friday evening after police say a white SUV caused multiple crashes and ended up in Big Cottonwood Creek.

Official: Woman killed in DC chase was delusional

10/04/2013 10:26pm
A woman who was shot to death outside the U.S. Capitol after trying to ram her car through a White House barrier had been under the delusion the president was communicating with her, a federal law enforcement official said Friday.

Taysom Hill leads BYU past Utah State, 31-14

10/04/2013 10:39pm
Taysom Hill finds his throwing touch while Chuckie Keeton gets injured. BYU rolls over Utah State in Logan.

Man arrested for alleged thefts from Ute basketball team

10/04/2013 10:43pm
A man allegedly stole thousands of dollars of property from the University of Utah basketball locker room. He has been arrested and is in jail because former members of the basketball team cornered him in a locker room and confronted him about the thefts.

Man warns others to consider long-term consequences of stretched ears

10/04/2013 10:49pm
A 21-year-old man had a free surgery to fix his ears that have been stretch with gauges so the doctor could share a message to people considering stretching.

Utahns against gov't shutdown, poll says

10/04/2013 10:50pm
A majority of Utahns don't believe it was worth shutting down the federal government to fight President Barack Obama's new health care law and most blame Republicans just as much as Democrats, according to a new Deseret News/KSL poll.

Elizabeth Smart gets candid during interview, book

10/04/2013 11:59pm
Elizabeth Smart's memoir, "My Story," comes out Monday. The book will focus on her experience of being kidnapped and held for nine months by Brian David Mitchell and Wanda Barzee.