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All the mouth-watering cuisine from across the state of Utah

01/14/2013 6:20am
From deep-fried balls of Mormon funeral potatoes to the highest-class french food, Utah has and unmatched blend of unique foods, unique flavors and definitely unique restaurateurs.

Trial to begin for man accused of murdering BYU professor

01/14/2013 8:49am
The trial of one of the men accused of killing a retired BYU professor begins Monday. Martin Bond could face the death penalty if he's convicted.

Utah's 'Piano Guys' tell their story of musical success

01/14/2013 10:00am
By now, almost everyone in Utah who spends a little time on the Internet has spent a little time watching The Piano Guys on YouTube, those five fellows who get together to make music and put pianos and cellos in some downright crazy locations.

Extreme cold hinders crews fighting house fires

01/14/2013 10:09am
Freezing temperatures made it difficult for crews who fought two different house fires Sunday night and Monday morning.

10 tips for driving on ice and snow

01/14/2013 3:04pm
Whether you are a new driver or an experienced one, poor weather conditions can test your nerves and skills on the road.

Elementary school drug ring led by middle schooler, police say

01/14/2013 5:59pm
A group of sixth-graders have been suspended and an eighth-grader has been arrested in connection with a drug distribution operation that police say has gang ties.

Parkers join other Sandy Hook families in call for remembrance

01/14/2013 6:09pm
Robbie and Alissa Parker, who lost their precious 6-year-old daughter Emilie, hold fast to faith, family and friends. Monday, they joined residents of Newtown, Conn., in calling on Americans to keep talking about how the Sandy Hook tragedy can force change.

Teen's statement puts West Jordan High in temporary lockdown

01/14/2013 6:15pm
West Jordan High School was temporarily placed on lockdown Monday because of concerns over a 17-year-old student who reportedly told a relative "he could relate" to the recent school shooting tragedies.

Utah death penalty is unconstitutional, argue attorneys for Stewart

01/14/2013 6:27pm
Attorneys for an Ogden man accused of opening fire on police officers, killing one and injuring five others, have filed a motion arguing that Utah's death penalty law is unconstitutional.

Family: Utah pilot will be 'deeply missed and lovingly remembered'

01/14/2013 7:04pm
A Utah pilot killed in a plane crash in Texas will be laid to rest Friday.

Ill. traffic stop leads to Cottonwood Heights pot bust

01/14/2013 7:23pm
A traffic stop in Illinois has led police to a marijuana grow in a Cottonwood Heights home.

Liberal tax leaves bitter taste in some smoothie drinkers' mouths

01/14/2013 8:05pm
A Vernal smoothie shop is making waves in Vernal by charging those who identify themselves as liberals one dollar more for their drinks.

Bulgarian orphan finds home in Lehi family

01/14/2013 8:32pm
The boy with the big eyes and the big smile doesn't speak a lick of English, but the joy was evident on his face and in his feet.

Controversial book back on shelves in Davis School District

01/14/2013 8:58pm
Following a lawsuit from the American Civil Liberties Union, the Davis School District has returned a controversial book about same-sex parents to school library shelves.

Swallow again denies bribery claims, calls allegations 'absolutely ludicrous'

01/14/2013 10:12pm
Utah's new attorney general is under fire and trying to prove he did not arrange or take a bribe. Monday evening, he denied allegations that he brokered a deal between businessman Jeremy Johnson and Nevada Sen. Harry Reid.

Homeless man doesn't want money, just a chance

01/14/2013 10:23pm
A Midvale man has a family to feed. So he leaves the homeless shelter where he's staying bright and early every day, pulls out his homemade sign and waits -- not for money, but for the right person to take his resume.

Nearly record-breaking cold covers most of Utah

01/14/2013 10:41pm
It's not just extremely cold out there it's bordering on historic. It's been years since Utah has seen some of these temperatures.

Salt Lake County seeing flu vaccine shortage

01/14/2013 10:49pm
Right now, we have more people wanting to get stuck with a needle than we've had in years. They're racing to get flu shots, even though we're well into the flu season — and while the demand is high, the supply is low in Utah.

Photos released of suspected Magna bank robber

01/14/2013 10:54pm
Police have released photos of the suspect in a Monday afternoon bank robbery in the hopes that someone will recognize the man.

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