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Sunday Edition: Immigration reform, North Korean tension, and asteroids

04/21/2013 9:00am
Senators have started picking apart that plan from the so-called "Gang of Eight." Our panel weighs in on Washington's efforts. Plus, we'll take a closer look at Korea's reunification dilemma. And check out a big hole in Utah that could help scientists defend our planet.

Zion National Park waiving fees for National Park Week

04/21/2013 9:19am
Next week is National Park Week and Zion National Park will join the celebration.

Davis students competing in national rocket competition

04/21/2013 10:00am
Three Davis County students are competing to win the 2013 Team America Rocketry Challenge.

Western governors: 'Condition of Western forests has reached a crisis'

04/21/2013 11:40am
The Western Governors' Association, headed up by Utah Gov. Gary Herbert, wants the federal government to change its approach to forest management — including bringing in the timber industry — because the nation's forests are in such bad shape.

SLC, Park City UTA buses seeing increase in riders

04/21/2013 12:40pm
The Utah Transit Authority has seen a ridership boom on its PC-SLC Connect line. It has seen an increase of about 1,000 trips per month in the last four months.

Manti Boy Scouts, leaders airlifted after being stranded in slot canyon

04/21/2013 1:41pm
A group of Boy Scouts and their adult leaders had to be airlifted after getting stranded while hiking in a slot canyon Saturday night.

Natural gas site burns in Wyoming, no one hurt

04/21/2013 2:47pm
A natural gas storage site in southwestern Wyoming exploded in flames but no one was hurt, as firefighters waited for daylight to tackle the blaze, officials said Sunday.

2 Utah principals to bike across U.S. for new school computers

04/21/2013 4:16pm
Hurricane principals Jody Rich and and Roy Hoyt are going the distance for their students, using their summer to bike from California to Florida in an attempt to raise money for their schools to purchase new classroom computers.

Missing Wendover teen returns home, investigation ongoing

04/21/2013 5:29pm
A teen has returned home to her family after apparently leaving Saturday to meet a man she met online.

Potential SWAT team members start training

04/21/2013 6:21pm
Recent events, including a bombing at the Boston Marathon and a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant in Texas have brought a new awareness of the SWAT team and the important part they play in major events.

Utah Sikhs gather for Vaisakhi holiday celebration

04/21/2013 8:31pm
Hundreds of Utah Sikhs gathered for prayer, song, celebration and food Sunday in honor of one of the religion's most revered holidays.

Body found in Uintah County field

04/21/2013 9:22pm
Uintah County sheriff's deputies, FBI agents and Bureau of Indian Affairs police are investigating a "suspicious death."

DeChristopher ends sentence for civil dissidence

04/21/2013 10:30pm
Out of the grip of the federal prison system, environmental and climate activist Tim DeChristopher plans to make Harvard Divinity School his next stop.

Family's car stolen while visiting paralyzed 9-year-old in hospital

04/21/2013 11:04pm
The Neaman has fallen on some very hard times. Not only is their daughter trying to recover from paralysis caused by a burst appendix, influenza and meningitis, their car was stolen.

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