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Sunday Edition: Furloughs, transportation growth and health care

07/14/2013 9:00am
In this Sunday Edition, a closer look at the economic and personal impact of furloughs at Hill Air Force Base. Plus, examining Utah's transportation needs for the future. Also, Doug Wright weighs in on the decision to delay a key component of the Affordable Care Act.

Exercise outdoors during mornings, evenings to avoid bad air, officials say

07/14/2013 9:23am
Exposure to ozone pollution taxes the lungs of even healthy people. To minimize health impacts, Utahns should exercise outdoors in the early mornings and evenings. Ozone levels are predictably highest between noon and 6 p.m., health officials said.

Emergency crew, surgeons honored for amputation on train

07/14/2013 11:30am
Over 70 people were recognized at the Emergency Medical Services event including personal from an on-site amputation on a train nearly a year ago.

Utah ranks 16th in nation in foreclosure rate

07/14/2013 1:44pm
The number of distressed residential properties has fallen considerably since the housing bubble burst a few years ago. A new report showed that the Beehive State has seen its rate of foreclosures decline nearly 45 percent from last year.

Family rents Cowabunga Bay to commemorate child's birth there

07/14/2013 2:26pm
The Cowabunga Bay water park in Draper gets busy in the summertime, and for one family the area is also the birthplace of their son.

Police shoot, wound man in South SLC

07/14/2013 2:31pm
A routine traffic stop escalated into an officer-involved shooting about 2 a.m. Sunday after a gunman fled from officers, then confronted a man while searching for a place to hide.

Only 6 apply for board overseeing polygamous trust

07/14/2013 3:29pm
Only six people have applied to become members of a board of trustees that would be given control of a state-run trust that once belonged to Warren Jeffs' polygamist sect on the Arizona-Utah border and holds an estimated $118 million, Utah court officials said.

Audit says U. Red Zone violated policies; Review ordered

07/14/2013 4:45pm
A new audit has found that some Utah universities are in violation of State Board of Regents policy and campus policy in competing with private commercial businesses. Education officials have agreed to review the policy by the end of the year.

Utah among the best for business, according to CNBC

07/14/2013 5:56pm
The Beehive State rates among the best places for business, according to a report from financial news network CNBC, despite a three-slot slip in the rankings from last year.

Teen found dead near Payson was hit by car, examiner says

07/14/2013 5:59pm
A 17-year-old Spanish Fork boy found dead in the middle of the road in Utah County was hit by a vehicle, according to an autopsy.

Kayaker who drowned not wearing life preserver, officials say

07/14/2013 6:11pm
A Massachusetts man who was found dead at Antelope Island State Park on Saturday was not wearing a life preserver, despite being issued one, park officials said Sunday.

Vern Romney, former Utah Attorney General, dies at 89

07/14/2013 7:58pm
Vernon B. Romney, former Utah attorney general and candidate for governor, died Saturday at the age of 89.

Man tries to smother baby with pillow, police say

07/14/2013 8:39pm
A Midvale man was arrested for allegedly trying to smother a 6- month-old child during a domestic argument.

Man tried to abduct girl at park, police say

07/14/2013 10:06pm
Police say a mother has filed a report claiming that a man tried to abduct one of her children in a North Salt Lake park July 10.

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