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Vernal woman injured in crash with 2 tractor-trailer trucks

02/13/2014 7:04am
A Vernal woman was injured Wednesday after she crashed into the trailer of one tractor-trailer truck and then crashed into the front of a second tractor-trailer truck in Uintah County.

Snowpack looking better after storms, hydrologists say

02/13/2014 7:36am
The water situation for Utah looked dismal last month, but storms over the past week have made a huge difference for all who live in northern Utah.

U. students warned after sexual assault reported

02/13/2014 8:26am
University of Utah police are asking everyone to be aware of suspicious activity after a woman reported being raped on campus earlier this year.

US men sweep slopestyle skiing event

02/13/2014 8:46am
The men's slopestyle skiing event took place Thursday. Find out who took the gold.

Item left at burglarized home leads to arrest

02/13/2014 9:06am
Police have arrested two people they believe are responsible for burglarizing a home multiple times while residents were on an extended vacation.

Xfinity: 5 new ways to experience Sochi

02/13/2014 9:36am
If the same old routine is getting a little old, maybe it's time to change things up; we hear Russia is lovely this time of year. OK, so maybe a trip to the frozen tundra bordering the Black Sea isn't in the cards, but that doesn't mean you can't have a little downhill skiing with your morning cereal or judge a few triple axels on your lunch break. With the Winter Olympics upon us, take your viewing pleasure — and Olympic spirit — up a few notches with Xfinity.

1 in 4 Americans struggle to pay doctor bills

02/13/2014 9:49am
One quarter of Americans say that health care bills are a financial burden, or that they can't afford to pay them at all.

Parents of kids who overdosed share words of hope

02/13/2014 10:34am
Families of young people who died from drug overdoses are telling their stories in hope of helping other Utah families realize they are not alone.

Denmark: Second zoo may euthanize a giraffe named Marius

02/13/2014 10:48am
A second zoo in Denmark said Thursday that it might have to kill a giraffe called Marius for the sake of its breeding program.

Inspired by Utah's beauty, Philly man spends 4 years exploring nation's parks

02/13/2014 11:01am
When Adam Jewell quit his office job in February 2010 to ski in Utah for two months, he never suspected what was supposed to be a break from "normal life" would become a four-year adventure.

Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner on Super Bowl win: 'It’s been so surreal'

02/13/2014 11:15am
Former Aggie and current NFL star Bobby Wagner led the Seahawks in tackles in their 43-8 win over Denver a week and a half ago in Super Bowl XLVIII. On the biggest of stages, Wagner played one of the best games of his life.

Study disputes value of routine mammograms

02/13/2014 11:22am
A Canadian study that many experts say has major flaws has revived debate about the value of mammograms. The research suggests that these screening X-rays do not lower the risk of dying of breast cancer while finding many tumors that do not need treatment.

What if we said every good thing that came to mind?

02/13/2014 11:34am
That night, Stacy called. She was crying and could barely get the words out. "Oh, Kate. That boy today — the one we didn't say anything to … he killed himself tonight."

5 ways technology snags teenagers' attention

02/13/2014 11:45am
Teenagers are the target market for many businesses as they sell their products and seek teenage users.

Man charged with enticing minor to hotel over the Internet

02/13/2014 12:05pm
A South Jordan man is in court for allegedly enticing a 15-year-old girl to a hotel room through the Internet and then engaging in unlawful sexual activity.

Pop-up picnics headed to Salt Lake City

02/13/2014 12:28pm
An exclusive pop-up, outdoor dinner party with guests dressed in white clothing. It's not something you come across every day, but it's exactly what Salt Lake City resident Cameron Bailey is trying to get started here in Salt Lake City on an annual basis. It is called Dinner in White SLC.

Man accused of firing arrows at officers ruled competent to stand trial

02/13/2014 12:46pm
A Tabiona man accused of firing a crossbow at a neighbor, and later shooting three arrows at sheriff's deputies during a three-hour standoff, has been found competent to stand trial.

Have you seen this? Basketball player with special needs lights up the court

02/13/2014 1:16pm
Kevin Grow is an 18-year-old senior at Bensalem High School in Pennsylvania. Grow has special needs and he loves basketball. He got the opportunity to suit up with the team, and he was on fire from beyond the arc.

Jimmer lights up Madison Square Garden; future still uncertain

02/13/2014 1:29pm
Just about a 3 1/2 hour drive from the small town of Glens Falls where he grew up, Jimmer Fredette torched his childhood favorite New York Knicks for a career-high 24 points, including 6-of-8 from 3-point range on Wednesday night.

Bill passes to limit panhandling; House GOP delays prison relocation talks

02/13/2014 1:44pm
Local lawmakers passed bills this week, including a bill to clarify the role of local school board members and a bill to limit panhandling on state-controlled roads.

Police look for man involved in drug deal turned shooting

02/13/2014 4:15pm
A drug deal went south after a struggle over a gun Wednesday.

CEO accused of assaulting reality TV star in Utah

02/13/2014 5:04pm
The CEO of a California company is accused of assaulting one of the stars of the now-canceled ABC Family reality show "Beverly Hills Nannies" at his Utah vacation home.

Wednesday's Child: Alden

02/13/2014 7:07pm
Alden is 10 year-old by we first introduced you to one year ago. He has officially been adopted by a family who saw him featured on "Wednesday's Child" on KSL TV.

Police arrest 1, search for another after casino robbery and chase

02/13/2014 7:08pm
Police arrested one person and searched for another following the robbery of a West Wendover casino and a high-speed chase in the Salt Lake Valley.

Teenage boy shot cat with arrow, police say

02/13/2014 7:13pm
Police in Washington City have identified the person responsible for shooting a cat last week.

Investigators continue search for cause of downtown fire

02/13/2014 7:16pm
Investigators will return to the site of Sunday's four-alarm fire Thursday, continuing the search for what started the massive blaze.

Armed with jack, man stole car, police say

02/13/2014 7:17pm
Police quickly arrested a man Wednesday after he allegedly stole a car while armed with a steel jack.

Man accused of abusing children, using them in drug ring

02/13/2014 7:23pm
Utah authorities make a huge bust after arresting a man they say was at the head of a human and drug trafficking crime ring in the Salt Lake Valley.

Lawmakers considering 28 air-quality bills

02/13/2014 7:50pm
Air quality is a priority for Utah lawmakers this year. They are working on at least 28 air quality-related bills.

Last-minute gifts for 5 types of Valentines

02/13/2014 8:11pm
If Valentine's Day snuck up on you this year (it's on Friday) or last-minute is your standard procedure, there is still time for thoughtful and personal gifts to make your valentine feel special.

Macey's employee wins national groceries-bagging competition, $10K

02/13/2014 8:21pm
Making someone's day is the best part of being a groceries bagger for Andrew Hadlock, though winning the national competition may be a new reason to enjoy his work.

Infertility requires a changing dynamic in friendships

02/13/2014 8:35pm
Infertility not only effects the couple, but it impacts friendships. Understanding the emotional implications of infertility can help friendships remain supportive and nourishing.

UVU to receive glass mural for 75th anniversary

02/13/2014 9:20pm
As Utah Valley University prepares to celebrate its 75th anniversary, administrators wanted something new for the library, so they turned to glass artist Tom Holdman.

6 reasons to spend all one's days at Daybreak

02/13/2014 9:30pm
Find out why Utahns continue to flock to this idyllic community.

`Oh, not again': Northeast is hit by another storm

02/13/2014 9:42pm
Yet another storm paralyzed the Northeast with heavy snow and sleet Thursday, giving the winter-weary that oh-no-not-again feeling, while hundreds of thousands across the ice-encrusted South waited in the cold for the electricity to come back on.

Man arrested after allegedly stabbing ex-wife's boyfriend

02/13/2014 10:15pm
A man was taken to a hospital in critical condition after being stabbed during an altercation Thursday evening.

O.C. Tanner donates Olympic rings for US athletes

02/13/2014 10:36pm
Regardless of how the U.S. Olympians and Paralympians perform in their events in Sochi, Salt Lake-based O.C. Tanner makes sure every one of them goes home with a piece of Utah gold.

Speed skating roommates bond in Sochi

02/13/2014 11:21pm
Four roommates made it from Park City to the Olympics.

6-year-old boy hospitalized after dog attack

02/13/2014 11:32pm
A 6-year-old boy has been hospitalized after an attack by a neighbor's pit bull in Salt Lake City.

WVC man warns of a new jury scam phone call

02/13/2014 11:37pm
A West Valley City man is sending a warning about a new scam.

Video released in Layton lewdness case

02/13/2014 11:38pm
The Layton Police Department released surveillance video to alert people to watch their children after a recent arrest in connection with a case of lewdness.

After attempted abduction, police look for man

02/13/2014 11:41pm
Police are looking for a man who attempted to abduct a 12-year-old girl after school Thursday.