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Homeless students lag in math, study shows

11/12/2012 10:31am
Studies show that students who are homeless or move around a lot have lower math and reading skills. So, what are educators in Utah doing to help homeless students in the state?

3 men arrested in Orem home invasion

11/12/2012 11:59am
Three men were arrested Sunday after assaulting an Orem man in a home invasion.

Massive rockslide damages rail, road near Moab

11/12/2012 12:44pm
Crews are expected to complete repairs Monday on a section of railroad track that was damaged in a massive Nov. 5 rockslide. adds military burial sites

11/12/2012 1:48pm
Genealogy website launched an online, searchable collection of the burial sites of more than 500,000 members of the military on Monday, Veterans Day.

83-year-old man charged in death of worker in storm drain

11/12/2012 3:03pm
An elderly man accused of running over and killing a man working in a storm drain in April was booked and released from the Salt Lake County Jail over the weekend per a court summons.

Ogden thieves steal company's entire stock of model train parts

11/12/2012 5:16pm
The Grinch struck early this year. Thieves in Ogden probably didn't know what they were stealing, but 4500 parts for model trains are now missing in action.

Skiers, snowboarders can't wait for opening day

11/12/2012 6:30pm
Brighton Ski Resort is getting ready to open up Tuesday morning, giving them a head-start over some of the other Utah ski destinations. Still, there were a lot of skiers who just couldn't wait.

Man accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting estranged wife on U. campus

11/12/2012 6:57pm
A man who police say kidnapped his estranged wife for five hours and took her to the University of Utah campus to rape her, has been arrested.

Grandparents need help with modern child safety guidelines

11/12/2012 7:02pm
With the holiday season approaching, many kids will be spending time at grandma and grandpa's house.Here's something to consider: A new survey by the American Academy of Pediatrics, most grandparents don't know the best practices that will keep your children safe.

Utah natives lead crusade for national soldier memorial

11/12/2012 7:07pm
It was a tribute to the Gold Star Families of Utah, and the loved ones they lost in combat.

Forgotten SLC treasure bringing community together

11/12/2012 7:31pm
Inside the Salt Lake Regional Medical Center lies a beautiful, old chapel in need of repair. Enter its walls, and you'll know this is a place people come to find peace.

Group pushing to name Greater Canyonlands a national monument

11/12/2012 8:10pm
An group of outdoor retailers will ask President Barack Obama to make a portion of Utah into a national monument. It's an idea that's not sitting well with some Utah officials.

Utah welcomes top technologies for supercomputing conference

11/12/2012 9:00pm
Silicon Valley may be located in northern California, but at least for this week, Salt Lake City will be among the technology capitals of the world.

Family robbed during daughter's funeral

11/12/2012 10:35pm
In a family's greatest moments of suffering, they became the ideal victims.

Carbon monoxide sickens 6 people; tips to stay safe

11/12/2012 10:37pm
Investigators say a water heater may be to blame for very high levels of carbon monoxide that sent a family of six to the hospital this morning.

Woman battles anorexia with baking

11/12/2012 10:41pm
Camilla Kuhns has battled anorexia for most of her life. And while she fears food, ironically baking is her passion.

Mia Love says election loss 'absolutely' surprised her

11/12/2012 11:13pm
In her first interview since last week's election, Republican Mia Love said Monday she was "absolutely" surprised to lose her bid for Utah's new 4th Congressional District seat last week.