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Kids' smiles get brighter with free clinic visits

03/10/2013 9:13am
Local dentists improved the health of children who needed it most Saturday by offering free dental work and checkups.

Juilliard Jazz Orchestra perform; continue relationship with Snow College

03/10/2013 10:15am
The sounds of New York City were in Salt Lake City on Saturday night when the famous Juilliard Jazz Orchestra performed at the Rose Wagner Theatre.

DNA length could predict how long you live with heart disease

03/10/2013 5:35pm
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. taking the lives of some 600,000 people each year, according to the CDC. New research from Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute could shed some light on how long people with the disease are likely to live.

Crews rescue paraglider who fell 50 feet at Point of the Mountain, officials say

03/10/2013 6:35pm
Heavy rescue crews pulled a fallen paraglider off the Point of the Mountain after he dropped approximately 50 feet, officials said.

Sequestration could close two Utah air traffic towers

03/10/2013 6:58pm
The Federal Aviation Administration has said it will close air traffic control towers at 173 smaller airports across the country, including the airports in Provo and Ogden, raising serious safety questions two important Utah airports in Provo and Ogden.

Park City police trying to piece together possible assault

03/10/2013 8:08pm
Police are trying to piece together the details of what could be an assault on a woman that took place in broad daylight in a residential area of Park City. Neither the victim nor the suspect can be found.

Man injured in motorcycle accident involving semitrailer

03/10/2013 8:45pm
A man sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries near Logan Sunday afternoon in an accident involving a semitrailer.

'Person of interest' in Midvale triple homicide arrested

03/10/2013 10:04pm
Solid "heads up police work" led to the arrest of a man who police have sought in connection to a triple homicide in Midvale, police said.

Family, friends of Anne Kasprzak hold vigil to commemorate murdered teen

03/10/2013 10:50pm
One year ago, the body of a 15-year-old Anne Kasprzak was found in the Jordan River, stabbed to death, according to police. After all that time, all that waiting, there are still no answers as to what happened to her.

Utah lawmakers try to bar Medicaid expansion

03/10/2013 11:11pm
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is still waiting to decide whether to accept the federal government's offer to expand Medicaid, but a group of Utah lawmakers wants to let him know where they stand by passing a law prohibiting the expansion.

Daylight saving costs Utah over $1M, study says

03/10/2013 11:59pm
Due to increased heart attacks, cyberloafing and workplace injury, Daylight Saving Time costs Utah over $1 million, a new study says.

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