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Study: Utahns among most stressed, but find enjoyment

04/25/2013 9:36am
Utah residents are among the nation's most stressed out, but they also experience much enjoyment, according to a Gallup poll.

Mark Zuckerberg targets Sen. Hatch in immigration ad

04/25/2013 9:41am
The founder of Facebook is paying a lot of money for a controversial ad on immigration reform that is now running in Utah.

Female BYU students surprise outdoor retailer with new product

04/25/2013 10:12am
Those who love the outdoors may soon be seeing new lighting products, coming in part from a team of BYU students trying to fill a need.

Man accused of killing teen while texting and driving faces new charges

04/25/2013 12:29pm
New charges have been filed against a Uintah County man accused of killing a teen in a 2012 texting and driving crash after deputies say they found guns and drugs in his truck during a traffic stop.

$332K in camera equipment stolen from S. Salt Lake business

04/25/2013 12:52pm
Police are looking for two people who burglarized a South Salt Lake business last month, stealing $332,000 in high-end camera equipment.

Roy man pleads guilty in shooting death of father

04/25/2013 2:44pm
Joseph Nance was "suffering from a mental illness" that prompted him to believe he was being threatened at the time of the 2011 shooting, court documents say.

'The Voice' challenging, fulfilling for Provo singer

04/25/2013 3:01pm
Watching Ryan Innes give his soul and Orlando Dixon lend his technical skill to "Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone" on NBC's "The Voice" is the kind of experience that gives one chills. That moment gave Innes a similar feeling.

LDS Church pleased with BSA compromise on gay Scouts

04/25/2013 6:45pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Thursday is satisfied with the Boy Scouts of America's proposed policy compromise on gay Scouts. That proposal would allow gay Scouts — but not gay Scout leaders — to participate fully in Scouting programs.

Ex-husband charged with murder of woman found dead in bathtub

04/25/2013 6:47pm
John Brickman Wall, who has been a person of interest in the death of his ex-wife, Uta von Schwedler, for two years, was arrested and charged Thursday with murder.

Kennecott tries to move beyond massive landslide

04/25/2013 6:49pm
Kennecott Utah Copper is working on plans to restore normal mining operations following a massive slide earlier this month.

Soldier returns from Afghanistan to meet infant twin sons

04/25/2013 6:53pm
A soldier who was deployed to Afghanistan while his wife was pregnant with twins returned home Thursday and met his sons for the first time.

Thieves rob woman while pretending to help daughter in wheelchair

04/25/2013 7:02pm
A night out for dinner and a movie turned into a nightmare for a Utah County family after the woman's wallet was stolen, by crooks who pretended to help the couple's daughter with disabilities through the door.

Suicide survivor works to prevent needless deaths

04/25/2013 7:10pm
Suicide survivors are six times more likely to die by suicide than people who have not been touched by suicide, studies show, but one survivor is working hard to break that cycle.

Eat a cupcake, save a life: Bakery teams up with vaccination charity

04/25/2013 7:37pm
You may know Sweet Tooth Fairy for its delicious cupcakes, but did you know that eating one on Friday could save a life?

Former FLDS bodyguard wins bid to take control of church property

04/25/2013 7:43pm
Property once belonging to FLDS church leader Warren Jeffs now belongs to his former bodyguard. Willie Jessop won the property for $3.6 million during an auction in St. George Thursday. No one else placed a bid.

Utah continues to have some of the worst air in the nation

04/25/2013 8:07pm
The Wasatch Front often gets a bad rap for air quality, scoring among the worst in the nation. Thursday, scientists and doctors came together to discuss solutions at an air quality summit in Logan.

Drones may be joining a police force near you

04/25/2013 8:58pm
They are controversial overseas, but what about here in Utah? Could drones armed with cameras instead of missiles be coming to help local law enforcement? The answer is yes.

Students throw a big bash for Bard's birthday

04/25/2013 9:16pm
Almost 2,000 children gathered on campus at Southern Utah University on Thursday to celebrate William Shakespeare's birthday with acting, jousting and lots of cake.

Burglars and vandals strike too easily in South Weber

04/25/2013 9:27pm
Crooks have been stealing from homeowners in broad daylight while they're home, and these homeowners are making it easy for thieves by leaving their garages open and cars unlocked.

Documents show shooting victim's parents intend to sue West Valley police

04/25/2013 10:02pm
The fallout in West Valley City continued Thursday as the police department released new documents related to the corruption case involving its narcotics unit. One of those documents warns of a potentially costly legal fight.

Utah at center of 'suicide belt'; youth suicide rate troubling

04/25/2013 10:07pm
Utah ranks in the top 10 for suicide — the region is known as the "suicide belt." But an even more concerning statistic is that the state is ranked fifth for youth suicides.

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