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Poll: Majority of Utahns against same-sex marriage and say states have the right to decide

01/19/2014 7:27am
Majority of Utahns don't support same-sex marriage and believe if it were legal, the state should pass laws to protect places of worship from having to perform weddings for gay and lesbian couples.

Bao Bao the panda makes her debut at National Zoo

01/19/2014 9:33am
Bao Bao the panda cub is ready for her public. Saturday was the first chance for the public to see the 5-month-old cub.

Russia's ban on adoptions by Americans holds firm

01/19/2014 11:02am
A year after Russia imposed a ban on adoptions by Americans, some affected U.S. families are reluctantly looking elsewhere to adopt. Others refuse to abandon flickering hopes of uniting with the Russian children who won their hearts.

The greatest MLK speeches you never heard

01/19/2014 11:44am
Here's a pop quiz for anyone who calls the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. an American hero: Can you name any of his great speeches or written works without citing "I Have a Dream" or the "Letter from Birmingham Jail"?

Museum unveils traveling dinosaur fossil exhibit at Zions Bank

01/19/2014 12:12pm
The Utah Museum of Natural History has partnered with Zions Bank to bring a fossil exhibit that will be featured at 11 Zions Bank locations throughout the state this year. Fifth-graders from Taylorsville Elementary unveiled the exhibit Tuesday.

UCAIR gives $350K to boost 13 clean air programs

01/19/2014 1:22pm
Efforts to clean up the air along the Wasatch Front received a funding boost Thursday from the Utah Clean Air Partnership, including money to promote anti-idling, support the Clear the Air Challenge and develop an air quality video game.

Family credits fish oil in helping teen's injured brain

01/19/2014 1:56pm
After a California family was told their was little hope of their son's survival, they tried unconventional, untested therapies — anything that might help their son.

Police ask for public's help to ID South Jordan Maverik robber

01/19/2014 4:37pm
The South Jordan Police Department is asking for help identifying a male suspect wanted for two armed robberies from the South Jordan Maverik.

Ukraine protests turn into fiery street battles

01/19/2014 5:41pm
Anti-government protests in Ukraine's capital escalated into fiery street battles with police Sunday as thousands of demonstrators hurled rocks and firebombs to set police vehicles ablaze. Dozens of officers and protesters were injured.

Church services in Utah pay homage to Martin Luther King Jr.

01/19/2014 5:56pm
A variety of services and tributes for Martin Luther King, Jr. were held Sunday around Utah.

Consumers at Utah Auto Expo weigh air-quality concerns

01/19/2014 6:52pm
Automobile manufacturers are designing cars and trucks that pollute less. At the Utah Auto Expo this weekend, many hybrids and electric vehicles from just about every manufacturer were among the vehicles on display.

Utah gas prices 8 cents higher in January

01/19/2014 7:30pm
After a period of falling gas prices, Utah's motorists are starting to see upward movement at the fuel pump. The average price per gallon for regular gasoline is $3.13, which is 8 cents higher than last month and 29 cents higher than a year ago.

Electronic services increasing at Utah libraries

01/19/2014 9:00pm
With the availability of devices like electronic readers, one library director in North Logan said he and his staff hope to "bridge the gap between physical and digital," and other libraries also are working to fill that chasm.

Police: Maryland mom kills 2 of her children during attempted exorcism

01/19/2014 9:07pm
A Maryland mother stabbed two of her children to death and wounded two others while attempting an exorcism, authorities said.

Putin: Sochi security won't be overly intrusive

01/19/2014 9:30pm
President Vladimir Putin vowed Friday that Russia will do everything it can to ensure a safe Winter Olympics without making security measures too intrusive.

Common ground unites Evangelicals and Mormons

01/19/2014 10:48pm
Evangelical and Mormon leaders united Saturday on Temple Square for an address from evangelical leader Ravi Zacharias.

Former Iraqi journalist, forced to flee his homeland, now a US citizen

01/19/2014 10:53pm
Seven years ago, Iraqi Mohammed Mushib was a TV journalist, a talk show host and an advisor to the vice president of Iraq. One afternoon, his career and life as he knew it went up, literally, in smoke.

Kweku Mandela comes to Utah to educate, promote new documentary

01/19/2014 11:14pm
The grandson of the late South African President Nelson Mandela, Kweku Mandela, is using his charity "Africa Rising" to promote a film screened in Salt Lake City.

Missing Utah car found in California with body in trunk

01/19/2014 11:59pm
The car of former Utah man missing since Christmas Eve was found, as well as the decomposing body of a 24-year-old man in the trunk, according to the San Diego Union Tribune.