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Man robs Salt Lake business, flees with cash

12/11/2012 8:16am
Police are checking surveillance video for clues in a late-night robbery at the Sconecutter on State Street.

Tips for selling your old computer

12/11/2012 8:34am
As we get closer to Christmas, a lot of people who plan to buy a new computer may consider selling their old one. What do they need to do before selling it?

Nevada pipeline protesters urge Herbert not to sign deal

12/11/2012 9:27am
Fearing Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's signature is imminent on a controversial water sharing agreement with Nevada, critics opposed to its provisions delivered a letter to his office Tuesday detailing their objections.

Pediatricians encourage reading for patients as young as 6 months old

12/11/2012 10:43am
Your pediatrician may start asking not just about your child's immunizations but what books they're reading, as well.

Father-in-law phone studied in Susan Powell's disappearance

12/11/2012 10:45am
Utah investigators handling the case of missing mother Susan Powell examined her father-in-law's cell phone, calendar and emails earlier this year _ more than two years after she disappeared.

Man sentenced to 5 days in jail in death of 2 women

12/11/2012 10:57am
A man who hit and killed two pedestrians in March — who was found to have methamphetamine in his system and no front brakes on his vehicle — was sentenced to five days in jail Monday.

New archery hunting permits available for teens

12/11/2012 11:22am
Teenage hunters will get a chance to bag a buck in Utah next fall.

Occurrences, but no infestation, of bedbugs at some libraries

12/11/2012 12:44pm
Bedbugs have gotten attention recently for having found their way into some libraries around the nation. Some librarians say the attention has been hyped, though.

Credit card skimmer discovered at North Logan gas station

12/11/2012 5:26pm
Police say crooks use devices called skimmers that steal your credit card information as you swipe your card right at the gas pump.

10 cars damaged as fire sweeps through carport

12/11/2012 5:31pm
Investigators are sifting through the debris of a fire that swept through the carport of a condominium complex, heavily damaging the structure and 10 vehicles.

Rock fall damages SR-14 again, but road remains open

12/11/2012 5:41pm
A rock fall on SR-14 temporarily shut down the road Monday night, roughly six months after a much more serious rockslide closed it down for several months.

Debate over taxpayer funding to spur Draper development

12/11/2012 6:07pm
The question of whether taxpayers should invest millions of dollars to help spur development in Draper along the new Frontrunner South line sparked a spirited debate Tuesday among leaders in Salt Lake County.

Teen hit while driving dirt bike through subdivision

12/11/2012 6:09pm
A teenage boy was critically injured after being hit by a sport-utility vehicle Monday while riding a dirt bike down a residential road in Cedar City in the dark.

Woman stabbed by daughter in South Salt Lake, police say

12/11/2012 6:39pm
A 16-year-old girl was taken into police custody Tuesday afternoon after South Salt Lake investigators said she stabbed her mother.

Family of girl with cancer gifted Christmas yard decor

12/11/2012 7:04pm
A Logan family who has been going through some tough times received an early Christmas present this year.

Powerful new weapon in treating cancer: HIV virus

12/11/2012 7:49pm
There could be a surprising new weapon in the fight against cancer. Initial tests show the HIV virus can drastically minimize, and even help cure, the most common form of leukemia.

Friends organize 5K run in memory of coach killed while jogging

12/11/2012 8:33pm
Randy Treglown spent his days convincing angst-ridden teenagers that physical fitness could enrich their lives. Now his former students and colleagues will honor his life and help his family by running a 5K on Saturday.

Corroon reflects back on eight years in office

12/11/2012 8:57pm
He'll be remembered for a major fight with the Legislature over the Rio Tinto Stadium, for transforming a whole system of government and for ending his term by calling for the first countywide property tax increase in 12 years.

Lehi Roller Mills files for bankruptcy

12/11/2012 9:03pm
Lehi Roller Mills has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection following a series of financial troubles in recent years.

Duchesne teens rally together in support of fire victims

12/11/2012 9:18pm
Fundraising efforts are under way at Duchesne High School after two students and their parents lost nearly all their belongings in a house fire.

Auditor-elect asks for resignation of State Auditor staff

12/11/2012 9:46pm
Newly elected state Auditor John Dougall is shaking up the office's administrative staff. He asked the 43 members of the current staff to submit resignation letters by Tuesday morning.

Man sought in attempted kidnapping of young girl

12/11/2012 10:02pm
Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man who may have tried to abduct a 7-year-old girl on her way to school. Tuesday night, her family spoke to KSL News about the incident.

Man charged with making, distributing child pornography

12/11/2012 10:26pm
A man arrested for allegedly producing and distributing child pornography is now facing federal charges.

Hostage situation ends peacefully at Magna home

12/11/2012 10:50pm
A hostage situation in Magna ended peacefully just before 10 p.m. Tuesday after police said a man barricaded himself in a home with his girlfriend.

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