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Passengers pack new rail line to Salt Lake airport

04/28/2013 8:40am
A 6-mile light-rail line to Salt Lake City International Airport from the city's downtown is proving popular with more than just travelers.

Romney planning high-profile retreat in Park City

04/28/2013 9:09am
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is bringing high-profile political figures, business leaders and campaign donors to Utah this summer for a retreat to discuss "key opportunities."

2 injured in motorcycle crash on I-15

04/28/2013 12:58pm
A crash involving two motorcycles on I-15 in Bountiful left two people injured Saturday.

1 dead in Parleys Canyon after truck rear ends semi

04/28/2013 1:09pm
One person was killed in a crash involving a semi and a U-Haul in Parley's Canyon Sunday morning.

4 teens struck by car in Utah County; 1 critical

04/28/2013 2:03pm
Four teens were hurt — one critically — after being struck by a car as they tried to cross a rural highway in Utah County Saturday night.

Residents band together for Murray canal breach cleanup

04/28/2013 2:14pm
North Jordan Canal Company officials are investigating the cause of a canal breach that damaged homes in Murray.

Patient information may have been compromised, Life Flight says

04/28/2013 3:06pm
Patients flown by Life Flight during April, May and June of 2004 have been informed of a possible security breach in which their Social Security numbers may have fallen victim to unauthorized access.

LDS Church's former Presiding Bishop appointed to new welfare commission

04/28/2013 4:16pm
H. David Burton, former Presiding Bishop of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has been appointed to the Utah Intergenerational Welfare Commission. He will also serve as chairman of an advisory committee that will assist the commission.

Woman critically injured after hitting camper on I-15 shoulder

04/28/2013 6:58pm
A woman is in critical condition Sunday after slamming into the back of a camp trailer that had pulled over onto the shoulder of an I-15 on-ramp.

Mayor says SLC on 'last notch' of financial belt

04/28/2013 8:38pm
For five years, Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker has balanced rising costs and sinking revenues without significant costs to the public, but he's not sure how much longer that can last.

Police: Drunk man shooting rifle in back yard had marijuana grow, SWAT team called

04/28/2013 9:43pm
A man allegedly shooting at targets in his back yard was arrested Saturday night after barricading himself in a home that contained a possible marijuana grow site.

Search and rescue respond to woman stuck while climbing in Big Cottonwood Canyon

04/28/2013 11:15pm
Search and rescue crews are trying to extricate a woman who became trapped on rocks while climbing.

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