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Sunday Edition: Education in Utah

09/01/2013 9:00am
We're heading back to school to take a closer look at the issues that are important to parents. Plus, a volunteer tutor program is boosting reading scores around the state.

Invasive snails in NV waterways

09/01/2013 1:03pm
The Nevada Department of Wildlife wants anglers to help stem the spread of New Zealand mud snails in southern Nevada.

Utah waterways low but ready for Labor Day

09/01/2013 1:27pm
Utah residents are anticipated to hit the roads for summer's final push this Labor Day weekend, but water revelers need to be aware that boating opportunities are limited in some areas. On the up side, less water means more sandy beaches for playing.

Ogden shooting victim identified

09/01/2013 1:32pm
A 26-year old man who was shot to death Saturday has been identified by police.

Wife allegedly stabs husband; drives him to hospital

09/01/2013 4:29pm
A 53-year-old man is in the hospital after his wife allegedly stabbed him in the stomach.

Slain officer always wanted to be in law enforcement, friends say

09/01/2013 5:56pm
Sgt. Derek Johnson was a highly respected member of the law enforcement community. He leaves behind a wife and young son.

Teen dies following fall in Adam's Canyon

09/01/2013 6:13pm
A 15-year-old has died one day after falling while hiking in Adam's Canyon, the Davis County Sheriff's Office confirmed Sunday.

Vehicle rollover on I-80 leaves 1 dead, 1 injured

09/01/2013 6:34pm
A Syracuse man was killed Sunday morning after being thrown from his vehicle on I-80.

Fallen officer 'never was able to return fire', investigators say

09/01/2013 8:56pm
A Draper police officer was shot and killed Sunday morning and two others injured in a shooting that remained under investigation.

Hundreds gather in support of fallen Draper police officer

09/01/2013 10:18pm
Sgt. Derek Johnson's "unbelievable, never- ending optimistic positive attitude" remembered by Draper supporters.