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Neighbors alert family to house fire

01/22/2013 7:24am
Neighbors are coming to the aide of a family forced from their home due to a fire Monday night.

Ogden man exonerated of child abuse

01/22/2013 12:00pm
A Utah judge has vacated a man's 1990 conviction for child sex abuse, declaring him factually innocent of the crime.

Man arrested in airport after he 'forgot to leave the pistol in his truck'

01/22/2013 3:23pm
For the fifth time this year, a person was arrested at the Salt Lake City International Airport after TSA screeners said they found a gun.

Smog, frost contributing to road problems along Wasatch Front

01/22/2013 5:57pm
Persistent road problems — like the two accidents that closed I-15 in Bountiful Tuesday morning — are continuing in Utah. They're being blamed, in part, on the smoggy, cold air and the layer of frost it creates on the roads.

Natural gas fire burns at drilling site near Roosevelt

01/22/2013 6:19pm
A fire that's burning at an oil well north of Roosevelt could take some time to extinguish.

Ski Patrol finds body at the top of Mt. Ogden

01/22/2013 6:27pm
Members of the Snow Basin Ski Patrol located the body of a man near the top of Mt. Ogden Peak on Tuesday.

Police patrol Pleasant Grove schools to increase security

01/22/2013 6:30pm
In light of recent shootings across the country, one Utah city is trying to be proactive in their schools. Pleasant Grove has committed to have a police presence in every school, every day.

New Jersey skier hits tree, dies in Park City

01/22/2013 6:30pm
A 67-year-old man from New Jersey was killed Monday after hitting a tree while skiing at Park City Mountain Resort.

Family of woman killed by West Valley police demands answers

01/22/2013 6:56pm
The family of a woman shot and killed in November by West Valley police mourned her on her birthday Tuesday while demanding answers and accountability from the police.

Utah lawmaker hopes to define open carry laws

01/22/2013 8:07pm
A Utah lawmaker is reintroducing a bill that would define when it is legal to openly carry a firearm.

Gene predicts cancer development, BYU study finds

01/22/2013 8:22pm
A team of Brigham Young University researchers has identified a gene that could predict a cancer patient's chance of survival.

Winter house fire spike could be avoided by smart heating

01/22/2013 9:05pm
During the cold winter months, many people crank up their space heater to feel that immediate, burning warmth. However, alternative heat sources like space heaters come with a different caliber of dangers for the home.

Man accused of soliciting nude photos of Utah teen found not guilty

01/22/2013 9:30pm
An Oregon man accused of soliciting nude photos from a Utah teen has been acquitted of all charges.

Photos released of suspected SLC bank robber

01/22/2013 10:22pm
Police have released photos from surveillance footage of a man suspected of robbing a Salt Lake City bank on Tuesday.

Wheelchair-bound fan needs ticket trade to see George Strait

01/22/2013 10:27pm
A young woman recovering in the burn unit at University Hospital survived a terrible accident five months ago. It was her goal to be well enough to attend the George Strait concert at EnergySolutions Arena this weekend, but she's hit a roadblock and needs some help.

Huntington mayor warns of potential spring flooding, asks for state help

01/22/2013 10:38pm
Whenever a disaster or tragedy happens somewhere, we always wonder: could it have been prevented? As the mayor of a small Utah town is finding out, sometimes the trick is getting people to believe you before the disaster happens.

Outdoor Retailer shows to stay in SLC through 'at least 2016'

01/22/2013 11:59pm
Utah will continue to host the Outdoor Retailer trade show for at least a few more years, officials announced Tuesday.

Battling nation's worst air, Cache County to test emissions

01/22/2013 11:59pm
Cache County leaders were working to draft their first-ever emissions testing program on Tuesday, even as counties throughout the state were seeing air pollution alerts being issued by regulators.

Ogden warrant policy reassessment not enough, couple says

01/22/2013 11:59pm
A case of mistaken identity has prompted city administrators to recommend changes in Ogden arrest warrant policy. But the couple involved, Eric and Melanie Hill, said that's not enough.

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