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7 bills that could decrease government waste

02/15/2013 12:09am
In news conference conducted Tuesday at the Utah State Capitol by Financial Ready Utah, a non-profit organization led by the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants, seven bills were introduced that could decrease government waste.

Utah 2nd most religious state in nation

02/15/2013 7:45am
Utah is one of the most religious states in the union, second only to Mississippi.

Bill creating open adoption agreements now headed to Senate

02/15/2013 9:50am
A bill that would create an option for enforceable post-adoption contact agreements is headed to the Utah Senate.

Inability to cope with loss may lead to heart disease

02/15/2013 10:08am
The emotional trauma of losing a loved one can put stress on the heart and in rare cases cause a heart attack.

Radiothon raises over $486K for Primary Children's hospital

02/15/2013 11:55am
Hundreds of people spread the love on Valentine's Day by calling in to the KSL NewsRadio fundraiser to donate money to patients at Primary Children's Medical Center.

Man charged with murder of South Salt Lake woman

02/15/2013 12:22pm
Answers are starting to surface about the death of Ann Jensen, who was shot in her South Salt Lake apartment Nov. 4.

Man suspected of robbing Zions Bank twice in 2 days

02/15/2013 12:39pm
Police say a suspected bank robber came back for more, robbing a Zions Bank on Thursday for the second consecutive day.

Police: Orem doctor, fiancee overdosed on anesthesia

02/15/2013 1:05pm
Police have determined that the deaths of embattled Orem plastic surgeon Joseph Berg and his fiancee in August were the result of accidental overdoses.

Utah plane crash video captured by passenger

02/15/2013 1:08pm
When Jonathan Fielding realized he and his family were about to make a crash landing in the single-engine plane they were flying in, he didn't let his worry show. Instead, he pulled out his cellphone.

Legislature: Bills on fighting obesity and new costs for concurrent enrollment

02/15/2013 2:18pm
Several new bills were proposed in Legislation during their third week including costs for high school concurrent enrollment classes and creating awareness of HB81 virus for pregnant women.

State planning how to repay formerly seized FLDS trust fund

02/15/2013 4:21pm
Eight years after Utah took control of assets belonging to a Utah-based polygamous sect, it is now trying to figure out how to return them.

Ex-rodeo chairman charged with embezzling $305K over 10 years

02/15/2013 5:06pm
The former rodeo chairman of the Days of '47 celebration and a retired sheriff's deputy has been charged with fraud and embezzlement.

2 passengers found carrying large knives in SLC airport

02/15/2013 6:04pm
Transportation Security Administration discovered two passengers with large knives at the Salt Lake City International Airport on Thursday.

Alta athlete recovers after 60-foot fall; rejoins basketball team

02/15/2013 6:10pm
After falling 60 feet off a cliff, an Alta High School basketball player has recovered and is back on the court doing what he loves.

Provo-Phoenix flights begin; St. George-Denver flights announced

02/15/2013 6:36pm
SkyWest Airlines announced Friday that it would add service to Denver and cut flights to Los Angeles out of the St. George Airport.

Provo man dies after being hit by vehicle, then FrontRunner

02/15/2013 6:38pm
A 69-year-old Provo man was killed after being hit by both a vehicle and a FrontRunner train Friday morning.

Hyrum family happy to be home following nightmarish cruise

02/15/2013 7:50pm
Relief finally came for a Utah family Friday afternoon, after being stranded for four days at sea on the Carnival Cruise Ship Triumph.

Moving family offers home to neighbors displaced by fire

02/15/2013 7:59pm
As families rally around the Roy family that lost their home in a devastating fire, their neighbors from across the street offered the displaced family something unique: their home.

Reservoir gets hovercraft to assist in search and rescues

02/15/2013 9:10pm
Sheriff Jerry Jorgensen readily admits there's something unusual about riding in his agency's newest vehicle. 

Man accused of stealing $1,400 in cigarettes from convenience store

02/15/2013 9:31pm
A Salt Lake City man is accused of stealing $1,400 in cigarettes from a convenience store allegedly to support his heroin habit.

Allegations against AG may have impact on proposed ethics reform

02/15/2013 10:20pm
Lawmakers made a call for ethics reform Friday on Utah's Capitol Hill. While such proposals have failed in the past, recent accusations against the attorney general have created a more receptive audience this year.

SWAT finds 1 dead, 1 injured in Cedar City home

02/15/2013 10:30pm
A man is dead and a woman is injured after a standoff and shooting Friday afternoon in Cedar City. Now investigators are trying to figure out exactly what happened.

Family phone number spoofed, leads to upset callers

02/15/2013 10:35pm
For 17 days the phone kept ringing at Debbie Christensen's house. The callers were upset and wanted her to stop calling them. The problem was she wasn't the one making the calls.

Bountiful students employ 'power of pink' to support athlete and his mother

02/15/2013 11:52pm
Bountiful High School is riding a 17-game winning streak, and all that does is encourage an already outrageously loud and creative student fan section. These days, though, the loud and proud are dedicated to lifting the spirits of a cause: a player and his courageous mom.

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