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I-15 construction scheduled for Spanish Fork to Payson

03/03/2013 10:15am
Beginning in spring, the Utah Department of Transportation is scheduled to widen six miles of I-15 between the Spanish Fork River and the south Payson interchange.

No tattoos, piercings for Utah teens without parent present, bill says

03/03/2013 11:45am
Utah may soon impose tougher restrictions on tattoos and piercings for minors.

'You are homegrown heroes,' says senator honoring firefighters

03/03/2013 12:20pm
Utah lawmakers honored local firefighters Wednesday for their hard work and bravery during a "unprecedented" season of wildfires.

Woman dies after being struck by car in SLC

03/03/2013 1:56pm
A woman struck by a car while crossing a street Saturday night has died from the injuries.

Carbon county, others want second look at Narrows dam project

03/03/2013 3:03pm
The Carbon County Water Conservancy District and a pair of environmental groups want the federal government to revisit its approval of a new dam and reservoir in neighboring Sanpete County.

Federal pushback bills pending in Utah Legislature

03/03/2013 4:08pm
As the legislative session approaches its final stretch, bills are winding through the Utah Capitol that take a deeper dive into the public lands dispute and carve out new declarations where state lawmakers say federal authorities have overreached.

Barn fire causes roughly $15K in damages for Hooper owners

03/03/2013 4:52pm
A barn fire Saturday morning caused $15,000 to $20,000 in damages, officials said.

Mother of woman killed by police still asking for answers

03/03/2013 6:02pm
Four months ago, police shot and killed Melissa Kennedy's daughter, an act she called a murder. After all that time, she still has no information about what led up to it. Frustration is mounting, and Kennedy said she won't let the investigation get swept under the rug.

Woman in critical condition after rolling on I-15

03/03/2013 7:27pm
A 25-year-old woman was critically injured after her car rolled outside of St. George on Sunday afternoon.

Lehi police seeking man who crashed allegedly stolen car into backyard

03/03/2013 10:14pm
Police are looking for a man they say stole a car and led police on a chase, ending only when he crashed through a fence and into the backyard of a Lehi family.

Newspapers are changing, but Pew study highlights Deseret News success

03/03/2013 10:15pm
A Pew Research study released last month examined four newspapers which had experienced significant revenue losses during the past decade, including the Deseret News. Researcher Mark Jurkowitz said each of the papers, in different ways, essentially threw out the traditional business model, and reinvented it.

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