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Husband arrested in 'one of the worst' elderly abuse cases police have seen

06/22/2013 8:05am
Unified police say a Riverton case is one of the worst involving physical abuse and neglect of a vulnerable adult that they've ever seen. They arrested the 55-year-old female victim's husband on suspicion of the crime Wednesday.

Feds award $10.2M in relief to Utah areas affected by floods, fire

06/22/2013 8:31am
The U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service is giving $10.2 million in emergency watershed protection funding to to eight communities damaged by natural disasters in the last year. Some recipients are areas hit hard by wildfires.

Utah teachers receive training for new Core Curriculum

06/22/2013 11:20am
School is out for the summer break, but thousands of Utah teachers are still in the classroom. They are in training to prepare for new Core Curriculum standards.

Sister-in-law of Susan Powell releases book of her experiences

06/22/2013 12:55pm
The Susan Powell case has garnered national attention and now her sister-in-law has written a book about the experience.

Pharmacy delivery driver allegedly pocketed over 100 pain pills

06/22/2013 1:10pm
A man employed as a delivery driver for a pharmaceutical company was arrested for investigation of pocketing powerful pain meds.

Funding for massive water project cut in proposed budget

06/22/2013 3:01pm
Utah Gov. Gary Herbert and the state's congressional delegation is urging restoration of funding for the Central Utah Project, slashed in President Obama's proposed budget. The reduction will delay sending new water supplies to the Wasatch Front.

Base jumper dies in 600-foot fall in Wayne County

06/22/2013 4:01pm
A 35-year-old Australian man fell about 600 feet to his death Friday while attempting recreational base jumping from a cliff by the Dirty Devil River.

Hiker in Duchesne County found

06/22/2013 4:34pm
Search and rescue crews located a Uintah County man Saturday who went missing in the High Uintas Thursday.

4 women killed in early morning rollover

06/22/2013 6:24pm
Four women were killed in a rollover accident on Interstate 70 Saturday when the driver told police he dozed off at the wheel.

After missionary's death, governor offers condolences

06/22/2013 7:47pm
Gov. Gary Herbert was among many offering condolences over the weekend after the death of an LDS missionary in Guatemala.

A.G. asks GOP leaders for 'patience' as he's investigated

06/22/2013 7:55pm
Embattled Attorney General John Swallow made a surprise appearance Saturday in front of fellow Republican leaders, asking for patience as the allegations against him are investigated.

Caucus, convention process to remain, Utah Dems vote

06/22/2013 7:56pm
Utah Democratic Party delegates voted Saturday to keep its 117-year- old caucus/convention process to select candidates, rejecting a direct primary process.

Salt Lake celebrates refugees with festival

06/22/2013 7:59pm
Festivities in Liberty Park Saturday celebrated refugees and their cultures, while encouraging Utans to get involved with the transplanted community.

3-year-old dead after drowning in hot tub

06/22/2013 8:00pm
A 3-year old boy was pronounced dead after being found unresponsive in an apartment complex hot tub late Friday in North Logan, police said.

Runner has heart attack after crossing finish line, saved by nurse

06/22/2013 8:44pm
Carl Gallegos loves to run to have fun and stay healthy. On Saturday, he participated in the American Fork Canyon Half Marathon to help patients pay for their cancer treatment. That race ended up saving his life.

Women still missing 3 days after boating crash

06/22/2013 9:13pm
A third day of searching for two women who drowned Thursday in a boating accident at Lake Powell ended without any new leads Saturday.

Semitrailer fire destroys cab, damages pavement

06/22/2013 10:21pm
Traffic on I-80 was backed up for miles after a semitrailer caught fire driving through Parleys Canyon Saturday, burning so hot it damaged the pavement.

Teen suspected of starting fire at group home

06/22/2013 10:29pm
A 17-year-old boy is suspected of setting a fire in his bedroom at a state-run group home Saturday.

Manti pageant tradition continues thanks to volunteers

06/22/2013 10:31pm
Tens of thousands of people will head to a small town in Central Utah over the next week to take part in a summer tradition, and they will be welcomed by hundreds of local volunteers.

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