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Archive: News / Utah (19 Stories)

City allows snake owner to keep exotic collection for now

05/04/2013 7:16am
An exotic snake collector in Cottonwood Heights did not have his pets evicted Friday. But talks with the city over its exotic pet ordinance continue.

Utah Supreme court upholds life sentence of man charged in 2007 shooting

05/04/2013 8:57am
Miguel Mateos-Martinez, 25, challenged both his conviction and sentence stemming from the 2007 shooting death of Glendale salon owner Faviola Hernandez, 24. The Utah Supreme Court upheld both in a ruling handed down Friday.

Specialists use Mental Health Awareness Month to open conversations of illness

05/04/2013 9:28am
Health workers are using May, Mental Health Awareness month, to help educate Utahans on services available to treat people struggling with mental illness.

Cellphone video shows man robbing U.S. Bank

05/04/2013 10:04am
Police have released photos and a video from a cellphone of a U.S. Bank robbery Friday afternoon in Millcreek.

Phone scammers posing as law enforcement, demanding money from Utah residents

05/04/2013 10:22am
Police are warning residents about scammers posing as law enforcement who are calling Utah residents and demanding money.

Fire destroys car, damages Sandy home

05/04/2013 11:05am
A man working on a car accidentally started a house fire Friday in Sandy.

Local eye care group teams with nonprofit to help African villagers

05/04/2013 12:35pm
The Utah Valley Eye Center teamed with the Ouelessebougou Alliance to help bring sight to villagers in Mali.

50 years later, pilot looks back on record journey

05/04/2013 1:10pm
A Utah pilot credited as the first woman to fly solo across the Pacific Ocean is celebrating that trip 50 years after she flew from California to Australia.

Questar Gas wants to hike rates

05/04/2013 2:43pm
Questar Gas is requesting an increase in its Utah natural gas rates. If the request is approved by the Public Service Commission of Utah, the monthly bill for the typical residential customer will increase by about $3.95 on June 1.

13-year-old Logan boy accused of arson in apartment fire

05/04/2013 3:33pm
A 13-year-old Logan boy has been arrested on suspicion of arson in connection with an apartment fire near the Island Market.

Utah County GOP rejects change in immigration platform

05/04/2013 5:31pm
A proposed change in the Utah County Republican platform on immigration pitched as a compromise between the current stand and the Utah Compact was rejected by delegates Saturday in a close vote.

Body found in Emery County foothills

05/04/2013 5:57pm
A body was found in the foothills near Orangeville Saturday that may be a man who went missing in the area last December.

'Purge the Spurge' campaign tackles dangerous invasive weed

05/04/2013 6:57pm
What started as a decorative plant for landscaping has turned into an ecological nightmare along the Wasatch front. A drought-tolerant plant called Flowering Myrtle Spurge has become so invasive it's now considered a threat to the environment and even people's health.

What does it cost to own a winning horse?

05/04/2013 7:38pm
The pageantry and fervor that goes into the Kentucky Derby shows just how important the race is to the community of Louisville. Horse racing is often called the sport of kings. The thousands of horse owners in Utah can appreciate the cost that goes into owning a horse. But race horses are a whole different league.

Four injured as truck rolls, ejects passenger on I-215

05/04/2013 9:35pm
Four people were injured and one person ejected from a vehicle Saturday after an accident on I-215.

Utah wildfire Hot Shots battle California blaze

05/04/2013 10:15pm
The Springs Fire, which is threatening some 4,000 homes in Ventura County, about an hour north of Los Angeles, is almost 56 percent contained. A fire crew from Utah gets some credit for that.

Hundreds of Utahns turn out for 'Biggest Loser' auditions

05/04/2013 10:31pm
Hundreds of people lined up Saturday outside KSL Broadcast Studio for a chance to compete on NBC's "The Biggest Loser". Some hopefuls waited for as long as five hours to prove they have what it takes.

West Valley City school wins contest, builds playground

05/04/2013 10:43pm
After a year of waiting and work, a West Valley school now has a playground, thanks to winning a contest for a $15,000 grant.

Soccer ref hospitalized after punch during game dies

05/04/2013 11:02pm
A soccer referee who was punched in the face after a giving a teen player a yellow card has passed away as a result of his injuries.
 
   
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