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Sunday Edition: Gun control, goodbye to John Daley and moving the state prison

12/23/2012 9:00am
As the nation debates gun control, we'll take a closer look at laws in Utah and get perspectives from advocates on both sides of the issue. Plus, we'll say goodbye to veteran reporter John Daley. And, where to put a new state prison?

Feds pledge $1 million to Utah for flood damage

12/23/2012 9:24am
The federal government is offering more than $1 million to help cover damage caused by flooding earlier this year in Southern Utah.

Woman killed after being ejected from car during accident

12/23/2012 10:52am
A 26-year-old Salt Lake City woman died early Friday after the car she was driving left the road and rolled.

Former KSL anchor Dick Nourse battles cancer once again

12/23/2012 11:20am
Legendary former KSL anchor Dick Nourse is once again engaged in a battle with cancer.

Rev. Jesse Jackson to give keynote address at U.'s MLK celebration

12/23/2012 12:32pm
Civil rights activist the Rev. Jesse Jackson will give a keynote address at the University of Utah in January as part of the university's weeklong celebration of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

119-year-old historic home blown onto side during renovations

12/23/2012 2:30pm
A parlor home designated as a historic landmark now lies on its side after it slid into its own foundation hole Saturday night.

6-year-old dies in sledding accident

12/23/2012 2:43pm
A 6-year-old boy was killed in a sledding accident after he struck a tree and injured his head.

Police still seek information on missing Emery County man

12/23/2012 5:23pm
Police are still looking for information about a man that has been missing for about a week.

Christmas tree catches fire, displaces two families in Wendover

12/23/2012 6:32pm
Two families are left without a place to live after a fire consumed their home Sunday.

Holiday travelers hit the road before Christmas

12/23/2012 10:10pm
Many drivers hit the road early hoping to make it home before the holidays and before an expected winter storm hits. With just one day until Christmas, timing is everything. Drivers and shoppers are rushing to beat the clock.

Madeleine Choir School singers bring angelic voices to Christmas celebration

12/23/2012 10:29pm
The internationally-recognized singers of the Madeleine Choir School have had extra rehearsals for weeks.

Names released in Helper murder-suicide

12/23/2012 11:59pm
Police have released the names of two men who were found dead in what investigators are calling an apparent murder-suicide.

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