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Archive: News / Utah (16 Stories)

Ex-detective charged for accessing drug database to steal painkillers

01/12/2013 9:05am
A former Vernal police detective, accused in a federal lawsuit of using a state database to help him steal painkillers from two people, is now facing felony charges.

Mia Love nominated for national campaign award for 'Love Bomb' fundraiser

01/12/2013 10:19am
Mia Love lost her bid for Congress, but she could win an award for her "Love Bomb" fundraiser on the heels of her rousing speech at the Republican National Convention.

Prosperity 2020 education plan: 'We have to talk about new revenue'

01/12/2013 12:14pm
The business leaders behind Prosperity 2020 presented their plan for investing in education on Wednesday, which included a call for increased spending in education and, potentially, new state revenues.

Utah family spends more time preparing food to lose weight

01/12/2013 2:40pm
Deciding to become more active, eat for health, or lose some pounds can certainly seem like a daunting task. But, like so many challenges in life, the key is to take them one step at a time like the Abel family did.

Fire damages attic in Grantsville home

01/12/2013 3:14pm
Crews responded to a small house fire here overnight.

Birdwatchers invited to 10th annual festival in St. George

01/12/2013 3:35pm
Birdwatchers are invited to take part in this year's St. George Winter Bird Festival, which will take place Jan. 24-26.

School district apologizes to parents for not calling snow day

01/12/2013 5:04pm
After heavy overnight and continued snowfall throughout the day, several school districts cancelled schools Friday. Granite School District did not and Saturday, the district's superintendent called parents to apologize for not following suit.

Bus catches fire; buried hydrant delays firefighter response

01/12/2013 6:12pm
Firefighters helped to douse a fire that consumed a bus Saturday morning, but were deterred momentarily after having to dig out a nearby hydrant from the snow.

Scout takes care in removing pink ribbons from Odgen neighborhood

01/12/2013 6:35pm
It wasn't just one or two, or even a hundred pink ribbons Boy Scouts had to cut down today. Thousands dotted the Ogden neighborhood near Ben Lomond High School where slain Emilie Parker's parents went to high school and met.

Idaho family cut out of vehicle after rollover on I-15

01/12/2013 6:37pm
An Idaho family had to be cut from their vehicle Saturday after it rolled on the freeway.

Salt Lake police ID 2 men dead in murder-suicide

01/12/2013 6:53pm
Police have identified two men found dead last week in an apparent murder-suicide in a Salt Lake City home.

Foster care in Ariz. polygamist enclave draws eyes

01/12/2013 8:33pm
Arizona is placing foster children in the polygamist enclave of Colorado City near the Utah border and that's raising concerns about their future and Arizona Child Protective Services' judgment in finding homes for abused and neglected kids.

Matthew Stewart sues insurance company over home repair funds

01/12/2013 9:52pm
An Ogden man accused of killing a police officer and wounding five others is suing his insurance company for not paying for repairs to his home that was damaged during the shootout with police.

Chase on I-15 through Utah, Salt Lake counties ends in arrest

01/12/2013 10:46pm
A man who accused of leading police on a high speed chase through two counties was arrested for intoxication, officials reported.

3 Utahns killed in TX plane crash

01/12/2013 10:48pm
Three men are dead after the plane they were taking to Austin crashed.

Woman rescued from avalanche taken to hospital with head injury

01/12/2013 10:52pm
A woman was rescued from an avalanche thanks to proper gear and a quick-thinking friend.
 
   
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