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Several Ogden schools to cut recess for more teaching time

03/26/2013 6:57am
With year-end testing rearing its head in Utah's public schools, some Ogden elementary students may find themselves spending more time with their books than on the playground.

Cop accused of showing favoritism to chief's wife

03/26/2013 7:51am
A northern Utah police department is reviewing its policies after an officer was accused of showing favoritism to a police chief's wife after issuing her a speeding ticket in October.

Utah's first co-op health plan provider cleared by state

03/26/2013 8:17am
As the health care field continues to change, the state has given its approval to a new health care company that plans to bring innovative coverage to Utah.

Love UT Give UT campaign raises over $800K in 24 hours

03/26/2013 8:32am
The statewide Love UT Give UT online giving campaign, a 24-hour effort to raise awareness and funds for some 400 Utah nonprofits, netted more than $800,000 in its inaugural day of giving Friday.

Is there too much violence on television?

03/26/2013 8:52am
The Parents Television Council, a national group, recently conducted its own study of violence and gun-related violence on primetime network television. The results showed half of shows were violent.

Man injured when 50-gallon drum explodes during cutting

03/26/2013 9:48am
A 60-year-old man was in critical condition Monday night after a barrel he was cutting exploded, striking him in the head.

Mother, daughter injured in DUI-related accident fight to recover

03/26/2013 10:51am
A 7-year-old girl critically injured Thursday in a DUI-related accident remained in the intensive care unit Wednesday, but was said to be recovering.

Brain scan may predict future crime, researchers say

03/26/2013 11:46am
Researchers were able to predict which criminals were more likely to be re-arrested after release using an fMRI scan.

Ex-U. football player accused of beating, kidnapping wife offered plea deal

03/26/2013 1:30pm
A former University of Utah football player accused of attacking his wife waived his right to a hearing on the evidence against him Tuesday because he's been offered a plea bargain.

Provo's Ryan Innes to appear on 'The Voice'

03/26/2013 2:11pm
Ryan Innes has soul. And he's sharing it with America on NBC's "The Voice."

Trial ordered for Springville man accused of forcing teens into sex

03/26/2013 4:33pm
A Springville man accused of forcing teenage girls to have sex with multiple men in his home has been ordered to stand trial.

Passerby steps in to stop thief

03/26/2013 5:25pm
A man on his way home from work Tuesday ended the day as a hero when he tackled a thief on the run.

Woman in court for theft arrested for stealing in courthouse

03/26/2013 5:42pm
A woman waiting for a probation hearing in a theft case stole again Tuesday while in the courthouse, according to police.

Supreme Court hears first day of Prop 8 arguments

03/26/2013 6:30pm
For the state of Utah, the question boils down to this: Will the Supreme Court's eventual ruling affect our own ban on same-sex marriage?

Parents of man killed in arch swing accident preach caution

03/26/2013 7:02pm
Their son attempted to swing from Corona Arch in Moab, but a miscalculation cost him his life.

Police: Stabbing was result of brutal attack, not attempted robbery

03/26/2013 7:16pm
A woman stabbed outside Faustina restaurant one week ago was not the victim of a violent robbery, but the target of a brutal assault, Salt Lake City police said Tuesday.

Alleged accomplice charged in Midvale triple homicide

03/26/2013 7:17pm
A man arrested in connection with a triple homicide has been charged with obstruction of justice after police say he provided a truck and accompanied the man accused of murdering three people in a Midvale home.

Boy with 2 weeks to live gets a special ride

03/26/2013 8:06pm
VIDEO: A Utah boy suffering from a terminal illness received a thoughtful gift recently.

Willard Creek beavers 'not out of the woods yet'

03/26/2013 8:17pm
Volunteers are working tirelessly to help a group of beavers credited for slowing the flow of an oil leak at Willard Bay. Though the animals are showing signs of improvement, they're still in bad shape.

Winder addresses West Valley PD 'challenges'

03/26/2013 10:03pm
Admitting its police department has had public relations challenges in recent months, West Valley City officials on Tuesday said now is a good time to make the department and its citizen's review committee more transparent.

Tooele County cuts fair amid budget crisis

03/26/2013 10:34pm
The Tooele County Fair Board have voted unanimously to cancel this year's county fair, saying the county's financial crisis and lack of employees is to blame.

5K race to raise awareness, funds for organ donation

03/26/2013 11:59pm
Organizers of the Kidney for Kirk Hero Dash 5K hope the race will help the family of Jace Kirk financially, while raising awareness about the value of organ donation.

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