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Flu during pregnancy linked to autism in children

11/13/2012 10:48am
A massive study of almost 97,000 children from Denmark indicates that having the flu while pregnant can increase the risk of autism in children between two and three times.

Truckers upset about random medical card checks from feds

11/13/2012 11:53am
The federal government is making a push to make sure truck drivers out on the highways are medically fit to be there.

Ski and snowboard season finally arrives in Utah

11/13/2012 12:28pm
The countdown is over. Brighton, the first resort of the ski and snowboard season is open and hundreds are already taking advantage.

Order of nuns leaving Ogden after 68 years

11/13/2012 1:34pm
An order of Catholic nuns will be leaving northern Utah after a 68-year presence in the area.

TRAX testing begins on North Temple

11/13/2012 6:01pm
Drivers along North Temple saw something new Tuesday: trains on the airport TRAX line.

Police and community join in fixing Heber family's home

11/13/2012 6:15pm
A single mother of two young children has a safe place to live thanks to the efforts of the Heber City Police Department and the community.

Revenge carjacking leads to arrest at motel in Midvale

11/13/2012 6:17pm
There were some tense moments this afternoon at a Midvale motel as police officers swarmed the parking lot at gunpoint, looking for potentially violent criminal.

Roy man, 22, dies in motorcycle accident

11/13/2012 6:31pm
A Roy man was killed Tuesday when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle that was pulling out of a gas station.

Thanksgiving turkeys prepared for the needy by AAA

11/13/2012 6:37pm
Volunteers from AAA Utah on Monday unloaded and sorted 136 turkeys to be delivered to various nonprofit organizations in Salt Lake City.

Sheepherders and ranchers trade accusations over treatment, pay

11/13/2012 6:55pm
Some Utah ranchers are complaining they spend big money to import sheepherders from Peru, but all too often the herders run away and take other work. Critics claim there's an underlying problem: Too little pay for long hours in bad living conditions.

Uintah Band fundraising for trip to Hawaii; need funds to transport instruments

11/13/2012 7:50pm
Brian Gibson has pitched a lot of trips to his students during his six years as band director at Uintah High School.

Outdoor companies ask Obama for Utah monument

11/13/2012 8:17pm
A coalition of outdoor businesses Tuesday formally petitioned President Barack Obama to designate a Greater Canyonlands National Monument in Utah. But opponents fear that it will lock out off-road vehicles, and gas and mining interests.

Group forms choir for cancer survivors

11/13/2012 8:29pm
A group of Southern Utahns are using their voices to spread the news that cancer can be overcome. The unique choir titles their performance, "Sing to Live."

Mother charged with abuse over drug-addicted baby

11/13/2012 8:40pm
Criminal charges have been filed against a woman with a history of drug addiction who police say gave birth to a drug-addicted baby.

Testimony of brutal injuries tells horrific tale of girl's death

11/13/2012 9:13pm
Two doctors described in graphic detail Tuesday the horrible injuries 7-year-old Hser Ner Moo suffered before she died.

Burglary via obituary a growing problem in Utah

11/13/2012 10:30pm
Monday night, KSL News reported on a family who was robbed during their daughter's funeral. We thought it was an outrageous crime, but it turns out this type of situation happens more often than you'd think.

18 Utah County sheep killed by house dogs

11/13/2012 10:32pm
A group of dogs attacked and killed 18 sheep in Utah County this past weekend. But these aren't wild dogs, they're house dogs; and the owner of the sheep isn't happy about it.

ACLU sues Davis district over removing kids book about gay parents

11/13/2012 10:33pm
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Davis School District, contesting the district's decision last spring to remove a book from elementary library shelves that depicted a family with same-sex parents.

Apartment fire leaves Draper residents homeless

11/13/2012 11:04pm
A two-alarm fire in Draper forced several people out of their homes Tuesday night.

Utahns join dozens of states in petition to secede from US

11/13/2012 11:59pm
An online petition to secede from the United States of America is sparking some interest across the country. People from several states have started petitions, including one here in Utah.

Building Kennecott's monster dump trucks, one piece at a time

11/13/2012 11:59pm
They are some of the largest vehicles on Earth and they can be found right in Utah. Every day, these giant dump trucks move millions of pounds of rock at Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Mine.

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