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Study shows students have lower GPA when parents provide funding

01/17/2013 7:15am
When parents send their their child off to college, they might not want to pay the majority of their child's tuition cost. If the parents do foot the bill, it may cost their child a good GPA.

Can guns be safely stored at home?

01/17/2013 7:45am
Nearly two years after a frightening ordeal, a mom of three is as motivated as ever to consider buying a handgun. But safety concerns keep her from buying.

Lawmakers to consider target shooting bill

01/17/2013 8:24am
Utah's Legislature will likely decide whether the state's executive branch should have the authority to ban gun use in some areas during periods of extreme fire danger.

Herriman woman in final round of Baskin-Robbins flavor contest

01/17/2013 8:59am
A Herriman woman is a Top 10 finalist in Baskin-Robbins' "Next Favorite Flavor Contest." Heather Gayler, 37, first entered the contest in August, and public voting ends Thursday night.

National GOP labels Matheson 'vulnerable' for 2014 election

01/17/2013 9:29am
National Republicans have already painted a bull's-eye on Democratic Rep. Jim Matheson's back for the 2014 election.

Students taking ownership of anti-bullying program

01/17/2013 10:32am
Educators say they're seeing some promising results from an anti-bullying program at Sunset Ridge Middle School. They say the students have more ownership of it than the faculty does.

2 taken to hospital after semi and car collide

01/17/2013 12:37pm
Firefighters used the jaws of life Thursday morning to free two men from a car that collided with a semi.

School teacher charged with sexually abusing teenage boys

01/17/2013 3:06pm
An Ogden elementary school teacher was charged Thursday with sexually abusing two 13-year-old boys.

5 reasons locals should be happy Sundance is in Utah

01/17/2013 4:19pm
The start of the Sundance Film Festival every January brings filmmakers, movie buffs and celeb watchers to Park City for 10 days of independent films. Here are five reasons it's a good thing.

5 reasons locals should be happy Sundance is in Utah

01/17/2013 4:19pm
The start of the Sundance Film Festival every January brings filmmakers, movie buffs and celeb watchers to Park City for 10 days of independent films. Here are five reasons it's a good thing.

Getting kids to eat healthy begins with parents

01/17/2013 5:59pm
Many of us make New Year's resolutions to eat healthier foods, but getting everybody in the house to take part — especially kids — can pose a challenge. Utah dietitians say it takes hard work and dedication, mainly from the parents.

Man accused of Legacy Parkway, I-215 shootings arrested

01/17/2013 6:29pm
Police have identified the man accused of shooting at police officers as well as another motorist on Legacy Parkway Wednesday night.

Utah man a 3-time finalist in Doritos commercial competition

01/17/2013 7:08pm
It is said that "the third time is the charm." One Utah man definitely hopes that is the case as he competes for his third consecutive year in the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl Contest.

Small town upset over possible Lake Mead marina closure

01/17/2013 8:46pm
A marina that is popular with many Utahns use at Lake Mead will soon close. That's because Forever Resorts, the concessionaire that runs Echo Bay, will not be able to renew its temporary, three-year contract with the National Park Service.

You've got the wrong man, says defense attorney in deputy shooting case

01/17/2013 9:04pm
A Uintah County man accused of trying to kill a sheriff's deputy has been ordered to stand trial, but his attorney suggested Thursday that authorities might have charged the wrong man.

Hundreds of cars rolling in for annual Auto Expo

01/17/2013 9:25pm
The Utah International Auto Expo will roll into Sandy for the weekend. It has been one of the most popular indoor winter attractions every year, where the U.S auto industry shows off their new products.

Jail documents reveal some details about Herriman girl's whereabouts

01/17/2013 9:27pm
While the investigation into the disappearance of 13-year-old Brooklyn Gittins is over, police Thursday kept information about the man accused of harboring her close to their vests.

Airport police: Overstock CEO arrested for having gun in luggage

01/17/2013 11:12pm
A prominent Utah businessman is the latest person to be nabbed at the Salt Lake City International Airport for allegedly having a loaded gun in his carry-on baggage.

Siblings in search of stolen belongings, memories of mother

01/17/2013 11:15pm
A brother and sister are looking for help in locating boxes of items belonging to their late mother after the storage unit they were renting was burglarized Wednesday night.

Sundance is a bit much, even for founder Redford

01/17/2013 11:42pm
Everybody wants a piece of Robert Redford. Young filmmakers talking him up for advice on the street. The stewardess on an airplane who mentions her son has this idea. The guy with a videotape under his arm who looked so grungy Redford thought he was a panhandler.

Man raises questions after carrying rifle into JC Penney

01/17/2013 11:59pm
Pictures of a man carrying a rifle inside a big box store in Riverdale are raising a lot of eyebrows. The woman who took them told KSL the man had no business bringing the gun where he did.

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