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5K run commemorates adoring Bieber fan who died of cancer

06/29/2013 8:00am
Millie Flamm was all things every little girl should be — kind, fun-loving, and a huge fan of Justin Bieber. She had tickets to see him in January, but when she got too sick to go KSL brought Bieber to her.

Man walks into Roosevelt hospital with stab wounds; police, FBI investigating

06/29/2013 9:48am
A man suffering from at least one serious stab wound was dropped off at Uintah Basin Medical Center early Friday, according to Roosevelt police.

Utah House drafts resolution to investigate AG John Swallow

06/29/2013 10:19am
The Utah House has drafted a resolution to form a special committee to investigate embattled Attorney General John Swallow.

West Point woman pleads guilty to garnering $211K in tax fraud

06/29/2013 11:11am
A West Point woman pleaded guilty Wednesday to helping as many as 15 people file fraudulent tax returns.

Federal website provides insurance savings for uninsured Americans

06/29/2013 12:30pm
Americans can now compare insurance alternatives before the launch of the Health Insurance Marketplace in the fall at

3 local college football players who can't get hurt

06/29/2013 1:05pm
Recapping what the experts have said. This week is a look at who can't get hurt for their team to have success.

'We have immense potential to stop energy waste,' says Western Gov. Association

06/29/2013 2:05pm
The Western Governors Association unveiled its 10-year energy vision Friday at the group's annual meeting in Park City. The document lays out six distinct goals for Western states, with the No. 1 objective being a path toward U.S. energy security.

Brigham City teen killed, two others injured in rollover accident

06/29/2013 3:02pm
A 16-year-old boy is dead and two of his friends are in critical condition after a rollover crash Friday afternoon.

Governors have tools to cut health care costs, Leavitt says

06/29/2013 4:47pm
There's plenty that states can do to steer the direction of health care reform, former Utah governor and U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt told the Western Governors Association Saturday.

Woman missing overnight found safe, police say

06/29/2013 4:51pm
A woman who had been missing since Friday morning was found safe Saturday afternoon.

1 of 2 allegedly stolen dogs returned

06/29/2013 5:12pm
One of two Chihuahuas allegedly stolen from the Human Society of Utah was returned Saturday, but the shelter says the second is still missing.

Community rebuilds Santa Clara market flooded by dam break

06/29/2013 7:01pm
Gas stations are usually quick stops to fill up your car, fill up yourself, and get on the go again. But a gas station in Southern Utah means a lot more than that, and nine months after it was flooded by a dam break, it reopened with the help of the community.

4 wildfires burn across state

06/29/2013 10:13pm
Crews throughout Utah are battling four wildfires that have started this weekend in Utah — at least three lightning caused — that have burned close to 3,000 acres.

Record-breaking heat proves dangerous to some

06/29/2013 10:27pm
In temperatures of 105 degrees fahrenheit, firefighters say they have responded to several calls of people suffering from heat exhaustion.

Robber who shot man in leg on the loose, police say

06/29/2013 10:45pm
Police say a man who shot another man in the leg following an armed robbery is on the loose.

Son with cerebral palsy in tow, father trains for marathon

06/29/2013 11:00pm
Endurance events like marathons and triathlons continue to be popular with Utahns, and for a father and son from Roosevelt competing in these events poses a unique challenge.