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Fire burns through Ogden triplex

02/05/2013 8:22am
Ogden investigators are working to find what caused a fire at an uninhabited triplex home early Tuesday morning.

Photos show gunman who robbed bank, police say

02/05/2013 8:55am
Police released photos of a man who entered Chase Bank in Millcreek, gave the teller a note and pulled a handgun out of a black and orange backpack.

Music helps in healing process, some veterans say

02/05/2013 9:25am
An increasing number of veterans are turning to music for therapy after coming home from active-duty military service.

4 ways to escape the inversion

02/05/2013 10:01am
The valley has seen dozens of smoggy days so far this season, and it can sometimes feel like there's no escape. Beating the inversion doesn't mean leaving the state, though; there are plenty of things you can do if you just have to get away.

Utah 'Biggest Loser' chef: tips for getting healthy

02/05/2013 10:37am
A chef at the 'Biggest Loser' ranch in Ivins visited Draper this week to share tips and tricks for getting — and staying — in shape.

Radon risk: Real or ruse?

02/05/2013 10:58am
Have you heard of radon? Ads about its perils are everywhere. There is a bill in the Utah State Legislature that would "fix" the radon issue — but will the bill reduce radon readings or just escalate costs and accomplish little? Here are the facts.

Police treating body found in pond as suspicious death

02/05/2013 12:02pm
Investigators were waiting Tuesday for an autopsy report to determine whether a man found in a park pond died as a result of a homicide.

Man accused of sexually abusing family ordered to stand trial

02/05/2013 2:06pm
A Sandy man accused of sexually assaulting a woman and two of her children has been ordered to stand trial on the charges against him.

Sales tax on water, education bills and "In God We Trust" license plates

02/05/2013 3:20pm
Now in its second week, the 2013 Legislative session has made no move on a bill that would put sales tax on water, but has shown overwhelming support for several education bills.

With feds, Herbert looks for solution to health insurance exchange

02/05/2013 4:07pm
Gov. Gary Herbert said Tuesday he's asked the federal government to handle the newly mandated health insurance exchange for individual consumers while allowing the state to continue to run a similar program for small businesses.

BYU researcher could help improve weather forecasts by studying waves

02/05/2013 4:47pm
Meteorologists take a lot of unnecessary heat when they aren't perfectly accurate. But Tuesday is National Weatherperson's Day, and one BYU professor has a gift that could help make their life a little easier.

After 2 weeks, crews control gas well fire

02/05/2013 5:17pm
Crews have extinguished the flames and regained control of an oil well that caught fire two weeks ago, forcing the evacuation of nearby homes.

Man attempts to rob gas station; owner brandishes pistol

02/05/2013 6:50pm
A man who attempted to rob a convenience store left empty handed after a clerk surprised him with a gun.

Men pay $5K each for summer's $2.1M Dump Fire

02/05/2013 6:54pm
Two men charged in connection with the Dump Fire that burned in Saratoga Springs in June have resolved the cases against them.

Mother delivers baby during drive to hospital

02/05/2013 7:04pm
Nathan and Lisa Dallin's baby didn't want to wait to be born, so he decided to come into this world in his parents' car.

Recent death prompts one school to battle bullying

02/05/2013 7:11pm
After a Magna student recently took his own life after being bullied, one Utah high school decided to take the initiative to stop bullying on their campus.

4 reasons to keep your child's 'birthday suit' off social media

02/05/2013 7:33pm
My babies have irresistibly adorable bums. No really, it's true - I have about a thousand Instagram-ready pictures to prove it. But in this case, you'll just have to take my word for it.

School arts funding focus of Capitol lobbying effort

02/05/2013 7:50pm
Utah's arts organizations and students converged at the Capitol Tuesday to thank legislators for their support of the arts and to remind them of the importance of arts funding, including programs for Utah's schools.

UTA adds more trains, changes to FrontRunner schedule

02/05/2013 8:08pm
Riders on commuter rail will see some changes to their travel schedule this month.

'If you don't wear your seat belt, wear it,' says accident survivor

02/05/2013 8:45pm
Clint Leary believes he started to wear a seat belt just in time to save his life.

Amputee creates, sells prosthetic knee for outdoor sports

02/05/2013 10:18pm
Cross country skiing may seem like a normal task for most people, but for one man it is a miraculous feat.

As Utah students struggle, businesses enter the classroom

02/05/2013 10:26pm
A business in Morgan has become one of the first to join a statewide movement to get involved in Utah schools.

Wasted time in traffic costs S.L. commuters $449M

02/05/2013 11:10pm
Salt Lake City drivers don't have it as hard as similarly sized cities, but they still pay a cost for traffic congestion, according to a new study.

Police chase ends with arrest of alleged serial bank robber

02/05/2013 11:17pm
A suspected serial bank robber has been arrested after leading police on a high-speed chase through various cities in Salt Lake County.

Police still searching for answers in Powell case

02/05/2013 11:20pm
Tuesday marked one year since Josh Powell took the lives of his children and his own in a fire in Washington state.

OK Espanol cutting print publication

02/05/2013 11:45pm
Citing on-going financial loses, OK Espanol, a Salt Lake-based Spanish-language newspaper, announced Tuesday that it would cease its printed edition in mid-February.

By choice, US has 'one-child policy' of its own

02/05/2013 11:59pm
A population that is disproportionately old and shrinking overall — has enormous economic, political and cultural consequences.

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