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Hundreds of residents sound off on proposed streetcar route

04/24/2013 7:39am
Hundreds of people gathered Tuesday night to voice their opinion on streetcars in Sugar House and what route the new transit line should take.

Dozens want their convictions overturned after cases dismissed in West Valley City

04/24/2013 7:57am
Public defenders in Salt Lake County are being flooded with calls from people asking to have convictions overturned.

Is ID theft protection worth the cost?

04/24/2013 9:18am
Can identity theft protection companies really go above and beyond what you can do on your own to protect your financial identity?

Steven Powell to be released from prison in May

04/24/2013 9:42am
The father-in-law of missing West Valley City missing mother Susan Cox Powell is slated to be released from prison May 23, less than a year after he was sentenced.

4 ideas to make your tax refund go further

04/24/2013 10:31am
It can be easy to think of ways to spend that tax return money before the check ever makes it to our bank account. But I'd like to suggest a way to spend your tax return that will make it return again: investing in your home.

Infographic: The travels of LDS apostles

04/24/2013 11:15am
In the past four months alone, members of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the LDS Church have traveled thousands of miles and visited the four corners of the earth. This infographic shows just some of these travels.

7 sprinkler tips to save water and avoid catastrophe this spring

04/24/2013 11:44am
April usually means two things: taxes and sprinkler system start-ups. We can't help with your taxes, but sprinkler system problems can be worse than an IRS audit. Learn how to save water and avoid basement flooding.

Hospitals make money from their own mistakes, study says

04/24/2013 11:59am
A new study from the Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that hospitals could actually profit from their own mistakes, lowering the incentive to implement procedures to reduce accidents and surgical complications.

10 big Utah road projects you should know about this year

04/24/2013 12:52pm
With summer driving season approaching, the Utah Department of Transportation has announced its top 10 road construction projects for the rest of the year.

Police look for runaway teen from St. George

04/24/2013 1:41pm
Police are looking for a teen missing since Monday.

6 outdoor concerts to go to this year

04/24/2013 2:11pm
The valley's summer concerts are just around the corner, and while the sunshine is giving us hope that beautiful weather is just as close, we made a list of some outdoor concerts worth attending this year.

Man charged with terroristic threat for email sent to SLC marathon

04/24/2013 2:23pm
A man accused of writing an email offering to help place bombs at the Salt Lake Marathon finishing line has been charged with threat of terrorism, a second-degree felony.

Timpanogos High School student dies

04/24/2013 2:27pm
A Timpanogos High School student died Tuesday after suffering from an illness.

Nearly 600 aftershocks followed Crandall Canyon Mine collapse

04/24/2013 5:41pm
A new University of Utah study mapped hundreds of aftershocks following the Crandall Canyon Mine collapse — considerably more than previously thought.

Draper bans parking near UTA pay lot

04/24/2013 5:57pm
Commuters have been wondering why so many of their cars recently have wound up with parking tickets on streets near the Frontrunner stop in Draper. The city cites safety concerns and plans to ban parking there altogether, but drivers wonder what it's all about.

Fed. budget cuts affecting cancer treatment for Utahns on Medicare

04/24/2013 5:59pm
Cancer centers around the county are having a hard time treating certain Medicare patients because of the automatic federal budget cuts.

Beware of snakes: Warmer weather to bring rattlers out of hibernation

04/24/2013 6:15pm
The warmer weather is coming to Utah, and that has a lot of people looking to get outside and enjoy it. But people aren't the only ones out there enjoying the sun.

Woman dies after car crash in Diamond Fork Canyon

04/24/2013 6:39pm
A woman is dead after her car crashed into a stream in Diamond Fork Canyon Tuesday night, police said. Her vehicle wasn't found until Wednesday morning.

New $24M aquarium on track to open in December

04/24/2013 8:04pm
The $24 million project is underway at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper and will provide new activities for families to participate in including interactive exhibits, three touch pools, Utah's first 4D theater, and a giant shark tank.

Sex offender 'person of interest' in Uintah murder

04/24/2013 8:10pm
A Uintah County man who was freed on bail, despite allegations that he committed a violent sexual assault, is now a "person of interest" in the killing of a Roosevelt man.

Police: Inmate's death appears to be a homicide

04/24/2013 8:37pm
A prison inmate found dead in his cell Saturday has been identified as Rolando Cardona-Gueton, 62. His death appears to be a homicide.

Teen spray paint ban being considered in West Jordan

04/24/2013 8:43pm
In an effort to stop graffiti, the West Jordan City Council is considering an ordinance tonight that would ban minors from buying paint or broad tip markers.

Gov. Herbert makes historic trip to Israel to discuss trade with Utah

04/24/2013 9:06pm
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert is visiting Israel for a weeklong mission to promote trade with the Mediterranean country.

Utah doctors find unique way to connect with teenage patients

04/24/2013 10:18pm
One of the greatest challenges pediatricians face is connecting with teenage patients and some Utah doctors have found a unique way to learn how to better serve this demographic.

Proposed U. parking garage spurring student protest

04/24/2013 10:27pm
A proposed $6 million parking garage could mean major parking help at the University of Utah. But some students say the garage would ruin another multimillion dollar university facility that's less than five years old.

College student recovering after 3rd stop light accident in 3 years

04/24/2013 10:44pm
A Utah college student is struggling to recover after being hit by a suspected drunk driver. But what makes the 21-year-old's story remarkable is that this is the third time she's been hit while waiting at a stop light.

On-duty Ogden officer hospitalized after motorcycle accident

04/24/2013 11:02pm
An on-duty officer was hospitalized Wednesday after colliding with a vehicle that turned in front of his police motorcycle in an Ogden intersection.

Man wanted for burglary flees from court, hides in garage

04/24/2013 11:05pm
A man wanted in connection with a burglary spree was arrested after he was spotted in a court parking lot in Farmington and then fled. Two nearby schools were temporarily locked down until his arrest.

Korean War veterans honored 60 years after service

04/24/2013 11:16pm
Repeated threats of war from North Korea have ramped up in recent months. South Korea and the U.S. remain on guard, even as we honor war veterans who fought there 60 years ago.

Woman flees UHP troopers, saying they had 'no authority to stop her'

04/24/2013 11:33pm
A woman was arrested after leading Utah Highway Patrol troopers on a chase Wednesday.

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