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Pickup truck crashes into Woods Cross car dealership

11/23/2012 12:44pm
Police were trying to determine Friday how a truck ended up crashed into a car dealership early that morning.

Adopt-a-crosswalk program aims to make streets safer

11/23/2012 1:58pm
Salt Lake County is starting a crosswalk flag pilot program to make crossing the street safer, and they are looking for sponsors.

Doug & the Movies: 'Rise of the Guardians'

11/23/2012 2:45pm
DreamWorks delivers characters with clout in "The Rise of the Guardians," a delightful addition to family holiday entertainment for years to come.

Stalking injunction upheld against governor's son

11/23/2012 4:25pm
The Utah Court of Appeals has upheld a stalking injunction filed against Gov. Gary Herbert's son by an Orem woman.

T-shirt maker aims to welcome visiting star Jabari Parker to Provo

11/23/2012 5:26pm
The nation's top basketball recruit is visiting BYU Saturday night, and Cougars are welcoming him with custom t-shirts and a video parody.

Eerie imaging maps migraine aura

11/23/2012 5:28pm
Utah researchers may be closer to understanding the mechanism of a migraine.

Utahns join protests against Walmart on Black Friday strike

11/23/2012 5:51pm
Black Friday shoppers were greeted with more than just holiday sales at several Walmart locations across the nation, including Utah. They also found protesters.

Through time and donations, small town builds home for family

11/23/2012 6:44pm
A small town in Duchesne County stepped up to help one family, and it's bringing the entire community together.

Extended hours, doorbusters draw Utah shoppers into Black Friday

11/23/2012 6:46pm
People got a head start on Christmas shopping and hit the stores Thursday night as some big box retailers opened their doors for Black Friday earlier than ever this year.

PHOTO GALLERY: Temple Square Christmas Lights

11/23/2012 6:47pm
The lights at Temple Square were turned on Friday night, signaling the beginning of the holiday season for many Utah residents.

Republicans continue to question election results for 4th District

11/23/2012 6:49pm
The election is two-and-a-half weeks in the rearview. Republicans, however, are not finished scrutinizing the outcome of the 4th Congressional District race that found Jim Matheson a winner over Mia Love by an extremely narrow margin.

Local band gives back to burglarized pizzeria

11/23/2012 7:17pm
In honor of Small Business Saturday, one local band will put on a free show to help raise funds for a pizza place that was recently burglarized.

Business owners working to help victims of Superstorm Sandy with toys drive

11/23/2012 7:47pm
A group of Utahns hope others will remember the children devastated by Superstorm Sandy this holiday season.

82-year-old volunteer cheers up hospital patients

11/23/2012 8:30pm
During the Thanksgiving Holiday, doctors, nurses and especially the patients at Bountiful's Lakeview Hospital are thankful for a volunteer who brings joy to her job everyday.

New 'rib plating' procedure helps patients of broken ribs

11/23/2012 10:14pm
Those who have ever waited a long and painful time for broken ribs to heal will remember the drill well.

Police looking for suspect who stabbed bystander

11/23/2012 10:56pm
Police are looking for a man who attempted to rob a Mexican restaurant in the Rose Park area and stabbed a bystander.

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