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Man allegedly defies federal courthouse security, faces felony charges

11/16/2013 9:33am
A man faces a felony assault charge for allegedly fighting with court security officers who asked him to remove a beanie and sunglasses in the federal courthouse Thursday.

Screen time at school and home different, experts say

11/16/2013 10:06am
A lot of parents limit the amount of time their children spend on computers or watching TV. But, should they be worried about the amount of screen time they have at school?

The best small towns in America

11/16/2013 10:18am
According to Money Magazine's annual list of the best small towns in the country, Utah has three towns that made the list. Can you guess which? Click through to see Money Magazine's 50 best small towns in America.

Claims in new book could politically hurt Huntsman

11/16/2013 11:17am
A best-selling book that claims former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr.'s advisers in the 2012 presidential race dismissed him as "a lazy, whiny wuss" may not bode well for his political future.

'Revenge porn' victims press for new laws

11/16/2013 11:42am
Annmarie Chiarini's long-distance boyfriend was goading her to pose nude. The pictures would be for his eyes only, Chiarini recalls him saying, because she was so beautiful and because he missed her so much. He promised, she said, they would be stored on a compact disc and hidden in his drawer.

Ski Utah says new passes, snow outlook cause for optimism

11/16/2013 12:18pm
When it comes to this year's ski season, Ski Utah says there are several reasons to be optimistic.

Investigation begins into shooting death of 2 boys in South Jordan

11/16/2013 12:34pm
Police begin their investigation into a shooting that left two boys dead.

Native pride at heart of 'Rock Your Mocs' campaign

11/16/2013 1:12pm
Elementary school students in western New Mexico are wearing their moccasins. So are students at Northern Arizona University, Purdue and the University of Michigan.

Cannon from 1777 battle back 'home' in upstate NY

11/16/2013 1:19pm
One of John Burgoyne's cannons is finally back where the British general and his redcoats lost it more than 230 years ago: the Saratoga Battlefield, scene of one of American history's most important battles.

Jon Cox appointed to open House seat

11/16/2013 1:49pm
Gov. Gary Herbert appointed Sanpete County Commissioner Jon Cox to fill a vacant seat in the Utah House of Representatives.

Gov. Herbert's deputy chief of staff announces resignation

11/16/2013 3:50pm
Gov. Gary Herbert's deputy chief of staff Ally Isom is resigning to spend more time with her family.

Army scrapping 4 US chemical weapons incinerators

11/16/2013 4:25pm
The Pentagon spent $10.2 billion over three decades burning tons of deadly nerve gas and other chemical weapons stored in four states _ some of the agents so deadly even a few drops can kill.

BLM praised for pulling 100K acres from gas, oil lease

11/16/2013 5:06pm
The Utah BLM pulled nearly 100,000 acres off the table for consideration at an upcoming oil and gas lease sale involving areas of the San Rafael Swell. The action brought praise from environmentalists and criticism from politicians.

Body of Fla. man who fell from plane likely found

11/16/2013 5:22pm
Authorities said Saturday that they've likely found the body of a Florida man who they say fell out of a private plane, three days into a land and sea search that included parts of the Atlantic Ocean near Miami.

'It makes you think a lot about life,' says teen of day of service

11/16/2013 6:30pm
Youth Councils from across Salt Lake County participated in a day of service Saturday. Kearns and Midvale youth helped ease burdens of homeless families living in the Midvale shelter, learning important life lessons in the process.

Syracuse man dies after hitting telephone pole

11/16/2013 7:09pm
A Syracuse man died after the vehicle he was driving hit a telephone pole Saturday afternoon.

Salt Lake County fugitive arrested, child recovered

11/16/2013 8:03pm
A woman accused of unlawfully removing her child from the state of Utah was arrested Saturday in Spokane, Wash.

NC child found cuffed with dead chicken around neck

11/16/2013 8:44pm
A North Carolina deputy responding to a complaint about an animal made a shocking discovery Friday at the residence next door — a child found shivering and handcuffed to a front porch with a dead chicken around his neck.

Downed power lines close SR-115

11/16/2013 9:25pm
SR-115 was partially closed Saturday night after a car accident damaged a power line.

Police identify 2 boys found dead in Daybreak home

11/16/2013 10:17pm
Police have identified the two boys found dead at a home in the Daybreak development after an ongoing investigation Saturday into the shooting deaths.

Water a pressing concern for typhoon survivors

11/16/2013 10:21pm
Since the typhoon hit, Danny Estember has been hiking three hours round-trip into the mountains each day to obtain what he can only hope is clean water for his five daughters and two sons.

Snow causes road closures around the state

11/16/2013 10:23pm
The Wasatch Front received so much snow Saturday that UDOT decided to close Big Mountain Highway early. Several other roads across the state were also closed temporarily.

Warriors hold off Jazz 102-88 after O'Neal injury

11/16/2013 10:53pm
The Jazz lose their second on a back-to-back in a quick road trip to play Golden State.