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April 19th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (32 Stories)

Former candidate files complaints against opponent, mayor-elect

11/26/2013 7:58am
A losing candidate in a Centerville City Council race has filed complaints against his opponent and the mayor-elect, alleging they didn't properly disclose certain campaign costs.

Utah-bound plane returns to Calif. after bird hit

11/26/2013 8:15am
A Delta Airlines flight that had just taken off in San Diego and was headed to Salt Lake City returned to the airport after hitting a bird.

Holiday sales early Thanksgiving Day may become norm, expert says

11/26/2013 8:42am
Over the years, retailers have slowly moved their holiday sales earlier. Many customers aren't happy about it, but could holiday sales early Thanksgiving Day become the norm?

NYC convict seeks freedom in killing of Utah tourist

11/26/2013 9:59am
Almost a quarter-century after a notorious tourist slaying that fueled a sense of a city out of control, one of the convicted killers made a new bid for exoneration Monday, with the help of a man cleared in the case.

Utah man found dead in running truck in Colo.

11/26/2013 10:08am
A Utah man has been discovered dead in the sleeper berth of a running truck near Vail Pass.

How to declare Black Friday a victory from home

11/26/2013 10:37am
There's no need to brave the crowds on Black Friday with this list of where to start shopping online.

Police ask for public's help to ID tanning salon robber

11/26/2013 10:53am
Police released the surveillance video taken of a man who robbed the Tanning Spot in Millcreek on Nov. 11.

Kyle Van Noy is the best defensive player in BYU history

11/26/2013 11:03am
Kyle Van Noy is the best defensive player to have ever played at the Y. Here are some points to consider before you make up your mind one way or the other about this statement.

5 items that will make your next vacation easier

11/26/2013 11:06am
These five easy-to-pack items can make family vacations go much more smoothly. Binder clips, sink stoppers and a few other small necessities can make a big difference on even the smallest trip.

Muslim donor will match contributions to LDS relief efforts in Philippines

11/26/2013 12:48pm
An anonymous donor in Utah's Islamic community will match donations up to $100,000 — which will then be added to the LDS Church's ongoing disaster relief efforts in the Philippines. The deadline to contribute is Friday.

3 fraud charges dropped against former Provo councilman

11/26/2013 1:29pm
A hearing on the evidence against former Provo City Councilman Steve Turley has been reset for February — and will now include fewer charges.

Don't let the holidays harm your financial health

11/26/2013 2:05pm
Although this festive time of year gives families and friends ample opportunities for parties, gifts and get-togethers, the costs of these can really add up. And it can take a toll on your health, both physical and financial.

Doughty epitomizes the USU football way

11/26/2013 2:12pm
College recruiters weren't much interested in Jake Doughty coming out of Juan Diego High. But through his own hard work and determination, the Utah State linebacker has carved out an outstanding college football career.

Hunter High junior wins car for perfect attendance

11/26/2013 2:43pm
For an activity to promote attendance, officials at Hunter High School gave away several prizes to students on Tuesday, including a 2001 Honda Accord.

5 tips for road travel this Thanksgiving

11/26/2013 3:05pm
The Utah Department of Transportation estimates a 20-25 percent increase of traffic on Utah's roads. If you will be one more of 43.4 million Americans traveling 50 miles or more this weekend, there are a few things you should know before you head out.

Have You Seen This? Imagine Dragons comes home to Provo

11/26/2013 4:14pm
Local celebrities, artists, comedians, and scenery are just a few reasons to watch the new Imagine Dragons music video.

Utah Dems: AG election should be voided

11/26/2013 4:44pm
Utah Democrats contend embattled Attorney General John Swallow wasn't legally elected, and because he can't resign from an office he didn't hold, Republicans shouldn't get to pick his successor.

Armed man robs grocery store in Price

11/26/2013 4:48pm
Police are looking for a man who robbed a grocery store while wielding a handgun Tuesday.

Utah-based group allegedly receives death threats for supporting hunter

11/26/2013 6:59pm
A Utah-based pro-hunting group said Tuesday it has received death threats, the result of its support for a well-known huntress who posed in a picture with a dead lion.

Highland Boy Scout gathers donations for Philippines typhoon victims

11/26/2013 6:59pm
A group of Utahns who had served missions in the Philippines in the 1990s began sending aid to the typhoon victims and Tuesday a Boy Scout decided to join their efforts.

Thieves take donation jar from business, burglarize convenience stores

11/26/2013 7:29pm
A donation jar meant for a man who is recovering from a devastating car accident was stolen from a Box Elder County business last week. Deputies have the surveillance video, and now they're looking for help to find a set of smash-and-grab burglars.

Cancer survivor counts getting hit by car as blessing

11/26/2013 8:03pm
Todd Handy was on a bike ride from Layton to Logan when he was hit by a car. After being treated in the hospital for broken bones he found he had cancer. It stands as another reminder during Movember of getting checked.

Fire captain, mother tell parents to teach children fire safety

11/26/2013 8:30pm
Fire is a natural curiosity for kids and they're always interested in how it works, and a Salt Lake City mother and fire captain said parents need to teach children about fire safety.

Murder charges filed in connection with Orem shooting, car accident

11/26/2013 8:40pm
Two men accused of shooting an Orem man in the back over a drug debt have been charged with murder.

Nurse donates kidney, completes chain of three transplants

11/26/2013 9:04pm
University of Utah dialysis nurse Bryce Garey's decision to donate his kidney to a stranger was the "missing puzzle piece" that enabled two children and an adult to receive live-donor kidney transplants last week at University Hospital.

Man killed in Logan Canyon accident identified

11/26/2013 9:36pm
Slick roads may be to blame for two rollovers on U.S. 89 Tuesday, killing a Tremonton man when a car went into the Logan River.

Man charged with cousin's murder asks judge to throw out alleged confession

11/26/2013 9:54pm
A Guatemalan man accused of killing his cousin in Uintah County wants his statements to investigators thrown out, claiming language barriers and cultural differences kept him from fully understanding his decision to waive his Miranda rights.

Tollgate residents petition to join North Summit Fire District

11/26/2013 10:01pm
After the major Rockport fire in the summer, Tollgate residents are petitioning to annex into the North Summit Fire District.

Family shares story of addiction, loss and panhandling

11/26/2013 10:05pm
For one Utah family, the issue of panhandling hits especially close to home. Their daughter gave up everything to feed a heroin addiction, and now she spends most days begging others for money.

New report warns of 'dangerous' toys

11/26/2013 10:31pm
Many people are getting ready for Black Friday shopping, but before people make their purchases, they should be aware of a new report released about dangerous toys.

Man injured in hit-and-run dies; arrest made in separate accident

11/26/2013 10:42pm
A man injured in a hit-and-run accident Monday evening has died from his injuries, according to Salt Lake City police.

KSL Give Back: Ways to give and receive Christmas help

11/26/2013 11:06pm
Whether your family needs help or your family wants to help this Christmas season, there are plenty of opportunities to do so.
 
   
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