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July 10th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (25 Stories)

Stolen car almost hit by train, crashes into fence

11/15/2013 7:10am
The driver of a stolen car led police on a high-speed chase, was almost hit by a TRAX train and crashed into a fence before officers arrested him.

Boeing considers moving 777X production, possibly to Utah

11/15/2013 7:34am
Gov. Gary Herbert met Thursday with Boeing executives about the possibility of moving production of the new 777X airplane to Utah, one of several states the company is reportedly considering.

Man who shot at woman's home shouldn't get guns back, police say

11/15/2013 7:56am
A woman who said she was stalked by a man who fired four rounds into her home doesn't believe he should get his weapons back. Cottonwood Heights police agree with her.

Mother shares story of risk from childhood immunizations

11/15/2013 8:11am
Parents want to do everything they can to keep kids safe and healthy, and usually that includes getting a child immunized. But one mom is sharing the story of how she believes vaccines changed her son's life.

Oil spill payment funds new bird sanctuary

11/15/2013 8:35am
More than three years ago, a massive oil spill polluted Red Butte Creek in Salt Lake City. Today, money from a settlement with Chevron is helping to revitalize wetlands in Farmington Bay.

Groups step up campaign against Stericycle

11/15/2013 8:54am
Accused of air pollution violations, medical waste incinerator Stericycle has raised the ire of community activists who say clients of the North Salt Lake plant should take their business elsewhere because cleaner, safer options exist.

Despite confusion, sign up now for health insurance, expert advises

11/15/2013 9:38am
Some people are getting better deals on health insurance and other are ending up paying more, but experts say you must act now to avoid a lapse in healthcare coverage.

Which is better: Same amount for cheaper price, or more for same price?

11/15/2013 10:09am
Would you rather get the same amount of product for a cheaper price, or get more product for the same price you usually pay? Those deals are not equal.

Truck driver crushed to death in rollover accident

11/15/2013 10:37am
A Clinton man died Thursday when his semitrailer rolled in Summit County.

Two BYU buildings relocate for MTC expansion

11/15/2013 12:21pm
The MTC will expand into the area where the BYU Laundry and Auxiliary Maintenance Building are located.

Sandy man faces prison, deportation for $12M Ponzi scheme

11/15/2013 12:43pm
A citizen of Great Britain and resident of Utah who bilked millions of dollars from investors as part of a Ponzi scheme is headed to prison.

SLC NAACP asks Mo. Gov. to commute death sentence for Utah man

11/15/2013 1:43pm
The head of the NAACP Salt Lake City branch is asking Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon to commute a death sentence for a serial killer who killed two Salt Lake City joggers in 1980.

Police: Suspected online predator friending hundreds of Utah girls

11/15/2013 2:04pm
Police are searching for a suspected predator who has been contacting hundreds of girls at schools in Davis county via social media and text message.

'The Saratov Approach' star talks about the huge success of the small film

11/15/2013 2:13pm
Local film "The Saratov Approach" has grossed nearly $1 million dollars in the box office and is now headed to theaters outside the state of Utah. One of the film's stars, Corbin Allred, talks about the unexpected success of the film.

Body of 17-year-old found in Sanpete County creek; police investigating

11/15/2013 5:13pm
Police were looking Friday at whether alcohol and hypothermia contributed to the death of a 17-year-old boy.

John Stockton embarks on autobiography book tour

11/15/2013 5:38pm
The often stoic and private hall-of-fame point guard John Stockton and outspoken hall-of-fame power forward Karl Malone made Utah a basketball state, winning over fans for a lifetime with their incredible play and run at the NBA Finals.

'We're the lucky ones,' mother of hiker injured in 30-foot fall says

11/15/2013 6:55pm
As he recovered in an intensive care unit Friday, family members of a hiker who was seriously injured in a fall Tuesday in Bell Canyon said it's a tragedy that could happen to anyone.

Senator pushes for social media 'eraser' in Utah

11/15/2013 7:09pm
A state senator hopes to allow teenagers to remove content on social media sites before potential colleges and employers see it.

Man arrested after alleged luggage theft at airport

11/15/2013 8:17pm
A man who allegedly tried to steal luggage from the baggage claim area of the Salt Lake International Airport was arrested Thursday.

Steven Powell ordered to pay $1.8M to victims of voyeuristic picture taking

11/15/2013 8:53pm
A judge on Friday denied Steven Powell's motion to throw out the $1.8 million civil judgment against him.

Utah artist makes trash into treasure for music video

11/15/2013 9:47pm
A Utah sculptor is garnering attention after one of his pieces was highlighted in an Imagine Dragons music video.

Sex abuse allegations detailed in Carbon County public documents

11/15/2013 10:04pm
Jail documents released Friday provide the first public look into a rape and child sex abuse investigation that landed a Carbon County sheriff's employee behind bars last month.

Bus driver killed in large vehicle collision on Mountain View Corridor

11/15/2013 10:13pm
A 55-year-old Jordan School District bus driver was killed Friday in a three-car collision involving large vehicles. It happened in West Jordan at the intersection of Old Bingham Highway and the Mountain View Corridor.

Man arrested for allegedly impersonating officer to stop barking dog

11/15/2013 10:17pm
A man who tried to get his neighbor to make his dog to stop barking was arrested for investigation of impersonating a police officer.

Residents help intruder who severely cut arm on broken window

11/15/2013 10:46pm
An intruder had to ask for help from the occupants of the home he was trying to burglarize after he severely cut himself on the window he broke to get inside, police say.
 
   
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