Browse by Day Archive



Archive: News / Utah (27 Stories)

Mothers with elite education less likely to work, study finds

07/10/2013 7:41am
Women who attend elite universities are opting out of the workforce to raise a family at a much higher rate than women who don't, according to recent reports.

Scammers using fake phone numbers to target elderly and disabled

07/10/2013 8:03am
More and more scammers are passing off other people's phone numbers as their own to steal your money. That's what a Utah woman learned when someone called her up and promised her a free medical alert system.

Burger truck agrees to change its name, company says

07/10/2013 9:05am
A lawsuit between two companies has resolved with the defendant offering to change the company's name.

Colorado River faces drought, could affect Utah parks

07/10/2013 9:20am
Many of Utah's national parks and monuments depend on a healthy Colorado River system to thrive in the decades to come. Planning for that future is critical, especially in the face of challenges, an advocate told the Salt Lake Rotary Club on Tuesday.

Invention of fallen tornado chaser can be seen at Utah museum

07/10/2013 11:02am
Greg Forbes, a severe weather expert for the Weather Channel, has seen his fair share of storms hit communities and neighborhoods.

Close calls with big storms inspire changes in Weather Channel tactics

07/10/2013 11:02am
When disaster strikes, news reporters and TV meteorologists bring wild weather to the living room. However, a big story can come with a great risk.

Utah's growing population puts focus on transportation

07/10/2013 11:17am
Utah's business community has long been and continues to be the champion for investment in our roads, rails and yes, even our bike and walking paths. With a growing community it's time to invest in those modes of transportation yet again.

WWII ace’s crash site discovered in Germany after 69 years; Pt. 3

07/10/2013 1:25pm
A Utah family joins forces with a team of German aviation experts to locate the crash site of World War II ace Grant Turley. This is Part Three of their story as they seek to find the truth about Turley's death.

Man found guilty of sodomizing ER patient given prison time

07/10/2013 4:51pm
A former emergency room technician found guilty of sexually assaulting a man who was passed out and handcuffed while in the hospital, was sentenced to up to life in prison on Tuesday.

Ogden Canyon road reopens after landslide

07/10/2013 5:28pm
After being closed most of Wednesday afternoon, the road through Ogden Canyon was reopened after crews completed cleanup of a landslide at the mouth of the canyon.

Wednesday's Child: Shadai

07/10/2013 5:58pm
The Wednesday's Child of the week is an 11- year-old girl with a passion for games and hopes to play games with her future family.

Police identify Scofield crash victim, search for 3rd person in vehicle

07/10/2013 6:22pm
Investigators in Carbon County say they are still trying to track down one of the three people who was ejected from a pickup truck early Sunday in a crash that killed a Price woman.

Man charged after allegedly shooting 3 arrows at Duchesne deputies

07/10/2013 7:10pm
A Tabiona man who is already accused of firing a crossbow at a neighbor has been charged with attempted aggravated murder after Duchesne County deputies say he shot three arrows at them during a 3-hour standoff.

Serial cabin burglary suspect 'Mountain Man' returns to court

07/10/2013 7:14pm
Charges are piling on the wilderness fugitive who returns to court Wednesday while a new lawyer works behind the scenes to negotiate a single plea deal with six or more Utah counties.

Inmates no longer required to speak English to visitors

07/10/2013 7:29pm
The inmate visitation rules at the Utah State Prison will change starting Aug. 1. One of those changes will be to allow conversations between inmates and visitors in languages other than English.

Study shows link between medicaid spending, high school dropouts

07/10/2013 7:32pm
A recent study has discovered a correlation between medicaid spending and high school drop out rates.

Cause of fire that destroyed 2 homes undetermined, officials say

07/10/2013 7:42pm
Fire officials have completed their investigation of a house fire in Tooele.

Family hides toy cars in memory of son who died in tombstone accident

07/10/2013 7:51pm
A year ago, 4-year-old Carson Cheney was killed when a historic tombstone fell on top of him. Carson's parents are now returning the kindness they received from people around the world.

Budget shortfall forces mental health facility to cut clients

07/10/2013 8:18pm
Several hundred people who receive services from Valley Mental Health in Salt Lake County have received, or will soon get, a letter stating they will have to seek service and treatment elsewhere.

Despite multiple sclerosis, man trains for Kona Ironman

07/10/2013 8:41pm
On his 30th birthday, Lyle Anderson received a diagnosis that changed his life. He was told to expect chronic pain and possibly, paralysis. Wednesday, he got some other news that altered his life: that he won an entry to the Kona Ironman in Hawaii.

New Public Safety Building almost complete, public tours scheduled

07/10/2013 9:05pm
The new Public Safety Building in Salt Lake City has almost been completed and will be open for public tours July 20.

Burned Montana football player recovers at University Hospital

07/10/2013 10:28pm
A Montana football player spent Wednesday night recovering from third-degree burns at the University Hospital after being covered with boiling oil.

Utah company helps spaceport get runway ready for takeoff

07/10/2013 10:42pm
A small town in New Mexico is hoping a commercial spaceport will revive the community and bring in big names.

Mother charged with neglect after baby found in the Avenues

07/10/2013 10:57pm
The mother of a 2-month-old baby found alone and sleeping in a stroller has been charged with neglect.

'The bad guy was going to get me,' says girl of attempted kidnapping

07/10/2013 11:01pm
Police are investigating an attempted kidnapping Tuesday in the Rose Park neighborhood.

14-year-old boy killed at Sanpete County Scout camp identified

07/10/2013 11:12pm
A 14-year-old Boy Scout died Tuesday night after he was run over by a truck and trailer collecting garbage at a Scout camp.

WVC officer resigns after allegedly taking morphine from dead man

07/10/2013 11:15pm
An unidentified West Valley City police officer is under investigation for allegations that he took morphine from a deceased cancer patient's home.