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April 17th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (18 Stories)

50 bighorn sheep in Nev. to be moved to Utah

11/03/2013 9:33am
As many as 50 bighorn sheep will be moving from Nevada to Utah under a joint effort by wildlife officials in the two states.

BYU Creamery 'reopens,' attempts to recover after road construction

11/03/2013 10:02am
After enduring months of city and campus construction starting in April, the Creamery on Ninth in Provo had a grand re-opening last week.

Overnight fire in Roy extinguished quickly

11/03/2013 11:11am
A residential mobile home caught fire Saturday night.

Carbon monoxide detectors save lives, experts say

11/03/2013 11:23am
Experts recommend homeowners change batteries in smoke detectors twice a year. But many neglect to maintain their carbon monoxide detectors.

Toys for Tots kicks off with Marines in Murray

11/03/2013 12:16pm
Marines appeared at Toys R Us locations nationwide Friday to kick off the annual Marine Toys for Tots toy drive.

2 men arrested in Utah County for alleged credit card fraud

11/03/2013 12:33pm
Orem police booked two men on suspicions of tens of thousands of dollars worth of credit card fraud.

Draper man burned, dog rescued from house fire

11/03/2013 1:04pm
A Draper man was hospitalized with burns he received Saturday night when he tried to extinguish a fire at his home.

Mitt Romney criticizes Obama's 'fundamental dishonesty'

11/03/2013 3:59pm
Mitt Romney criticized both President Barack Obama's "fundamental dishonesty" about the Affordable Care Act and tea party Republicans Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press."

Mayor's SL County budget calls for employees to receive benefits, raises

11/03/2013 4:26pm
Thousands of Salt Lake County employees may enjoy a pay raise and retirement benefits they haven't seen since 2009.

Kaysville stands divided in heated debate over Prop 5

11/03/2013 5:34pm
With elections just a couple days away, Kaysville is split over a heated ballot initiative that would restrict the use of revenue from the city's power company from being used for purposes other than electrical needs.

College presidents find smaller can be better

11/03/2013 5:47pm
After five scandal-plagued years as University of North Carolina chancellor, Holden Thorp was downright ecstatic to start over on a campus where the term "student-athlete" doesn't evince snickers and groans.

SWAT teams surround SLC home Saturday night after neighbor's call

11/03/2013 6:18pm
SWAT teams surrounded a Salt Lake City home Saturday night after police received a call from a neighbor about possible violence in the home. The SWAT team was called when no one came to the door.

SLC to relocate 11 trees impacted by new performing arts center site prep

11/03/2013 7:32pm
Salt Lake City's urban forester has identified 11 trees located along the southeast corner of Main and 100 South that would be impacted by site preparation for the Utah Performing Arts Center and 111 Office Tower.

Snow is back again as Utahns cheer, grumble

11/03/2013 8:03pm
Snow hit the valley floors Sunday morning, leaving some excited for winter and others a little miffed.

Breathtaking photos on display in newly released Utah Geology Calendar

11/03/2013 8:40pm
Residents in need of a reminder that Utah's landscapes are wildly diverse need only grab the annual Utah Geology Calendar put out by the Utah Gelogical Survey. On sale now, the calendar features photos taken by employees of the state agency.

Real Salt Lake falls to Los Angeles in first leg of West semifinal playoff series

11/03/2013 10:17pm
Real Salt Lake fell 0-1 to Major League Soccer opponent the Los Angeles Galaxy Sunday night in leg one of the Western Conference semifinal matchup, and now sits down just one goal going into leg two of the series.

First-ever Olympic Women's Ski Jumping team preps in Park City

11/03/2013 10:29pm
Eight women are currently training in Park City in hopes of making the first-ever USA Olympic women's Ski Jumping Team. Four will get the chance to compete in Sochi.

'Great Comet' could dazzle or could fizzle on Nov. 29

11/03/2013 11:15pm
A much-anticipated and potentially spectacular comet is nearing the sun, and it's possible all Utahns will have a chance to see it on the morning after Thanksgiving.
 
   
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