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Sunday Edition: Legislative review, adopting from Haiti and the anti-discrimination bill

03/17/2013 9:00am
A review the 2013 Legislative Session with leaders from both parties. Plus, a family who recently adopted children from Haiti explains why the process was difficult, and Doug Wright offers his opinion on the anti-discrimination bill.

SLC house fire causes $250K in damage

03/17/2013 11:51am
Firefighters responded to a house fire early Sunday morning that resulted in $250,000 in damage.

DUI driver turns on siren, attracts attention to self

03/17/2013 1:00pm
The last thing a man who police suspect was driving drunk wanted to do was have attention drawn to him.

Missing blind South Salt Lake man found 'in good condition'

03/17/2013 4:16pm
Kathy Auger was on the phone with South Salt Lake police Sunday, trying to figure out what the game plan was for that day for searching for her missing son, when the officer told her to hang on a minute.

Davis women raise $16K for Amber Alert program

03/17/2013 4:46pm
A group of women gathered Thursday in a sunny room at the Oakridge Country Club for a luncheon to celebrate their best year of fundraising yet.

Students most affected by potential control tower shutdowns

03/17/2013 5:25pm
Airports in Provo and Ogden are in line to be closed as the Federal Aviation Administration looks to save more than $600 million due to automatic federal budget cuts that went into effect this month.

Man arrested after officer-involved shooting, domestic dispute

03/17/2013 5:35pm
A 20-year-old man was arrested following an officer-involved shooting early Sunday.

Taylorsville cop's termination upheld in court

03/17/2013 8:11pm
The Utah Court of Appeals has determined that Taylorsville City and its police department had grounds to terminate one of its officers.

Brawl between neighbors leads to police standoff

03/17/2013 8:56pm
A Beaver County man was arrested Sunday after pulling a gun on his neighbor and threatening to kill him, police said.

Utah company receives national honors for Ogden High auditorium restoration

03/17/2013 10:22pm
A Utah company was honored with the "Oscar" of the construction industry for its work on the Ogden High School auditorium.

LDS Church leaders dedicate first temple in Honduras

03/17/2013 10:46pm
Tens of thousands of members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Honduras celebrated the dedication of their country's first temple Sunday.

Fire at West Jordan apartment complex displaces 8 families

03/17/2013 11:07pm
Several families were displaced Saturday because of a large fire at an apartment complex.

Man steals money from Girl Scouts selling cookies

03/17/2013 11:59pm
Police are looking for a thief who stole money from a group of Girl Scouts selling cookies outside of a local discount store.

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