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April 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / Utah (31 Stories)

Time to clean house, A.G. candidates agree

12/12/2013 7:48am
The pack of Republican lawyers vying to replace former Attorney General John Swallow didn't vary much in their political and philosophical positions during a debate Wednesday, agreeing that it's time to clean house in the office he left behind.

Firefighter gives back to fallen, injured heroes

12/12/2013 8:01am
A local firefighter has started a clothing company in hopes of helping families of fallen or injured emergency responders through a financially and emotionally pressing time.

Ad campaign targets uninsured young adults as key to low premiums

12/12/2013 8:18am
Health administrators in Utah are taking to social media to persuade a key younger demographic of the uninsured to sign up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

Utah gas prices among lowest in nation

12/12/2013 9:34am
Utah motorists experienced one of the greatest drops in gas prices in the country over the past month. The current average price for regular gasoline in the Beehive State registered at $3.05 a gallon, according to AAA Utah.

Ogden, Salt Lake City nominated as best ski towns

12/12/2013 11:04am
Two Utah cities were nominated as top ski towns in North America.

Backyard ice rink gets early start with cold weather

12/12/2013 11:20am
A family's 15-year tradition of building an ice rink in their backyard brings neighbors together.

Holiday campaign urges Utahns to keep alcohol away from kids

12/12/2013 1:41pm
The Utah Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control kicked off a campaign Thursday to urge parents to keep liquor away from children, especially during the holidays when sales go up dramatically.

Ask a Chef: Holiday gifts your neighbors will love

12/12/2013 1:57pm
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This Week: homemade holiday goodies for neighbors, friends or co-workers.

Local 'Ron Burgundy' looks to entertain

12/12/2013 2:00pm
After being a finalist in a national "I am Ron Burgundy" contest, a local man hopes to pursue a career in entertainment.

Police tell college student 'nothing they can do' about stolen $1K

12/12/2013 2:32pm
A Salt Lake college student robbed of all his money while grocery shopping in West Valley City is being told by the police there's nothing that can be done about it.

Woman indicted in $1M Medicaid fraud case in West Valley

12/12/2013 3:42pm
The co-owner of a now closed West Valley City women's clinic faces criminal charges for allegedly defrauding Medicaid of more than $1 million through the Baby Your Baby program.

Police seek help identifying robber

12/12/2013 4:15pm
Salt Lake City police are looking for a man who robbed a Brighton Bank Thursday.

Choosing drinks over treats doesn't necessarily save calories

12/12/2013 6:07pm
If you think you're better off at the holiday party with a drink in your hand instead of a plate of treats, think again.

600 students evacuated due to fire

12/12/2013 6:34pm
A fire at an elementary school Thursday morning sent students to a local church for shelter.

Former nurse accused of sexual assault has bail lowered to $125K

12/12/2013 6:44pm
A former nurse accused of sexually assaulting a patient five times in one night is expected to be in court Thursday morning.

Michael Jordan 'flu game' shoes auctioned for $104K

12/12/2013 7:02pm
Michael Jordan's shoes from the famous flu game of the 1997 NBA finals were sold for more than $100,000 in an online auction Thursday. The shoes were owned by a Utah Jazz ball boy who befriended Jordan when the Chicago Bulls visited Salt Lake City.

Police identify man found dead near Zions Bank parking lot

12/12/2013 7:04pm
Police have released the name of a man found dead, apparently of hypothermia, near a Zions Bank parking lot.

Woman arrested for allegedly paying with fake $20 bills

12/12/2013 7:05pm
A woman accused of passing counterfeit $20 bills was arrested on numerous counts of forgery Wednesday.

Uncle allegedly gave beer to 'highly intoxicated' minor nephews

12/12/2013 7:10pm
A 23-year-old man accused of supplying the alcohol that got his two young nephews "highly intoxicated" was arrested Sunday for investigation of child abuse, according to police.

Newtown woman says 'thank you' with Mormon Tabernacle Choir CD

12/12/2013 7:19pm
In the days and weeks following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, a woman in Newtown, Conn., found peace in a CD of children's songs by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.

Charges filed against 'fixer' in connection with Swallow, Shurtleff investigations

12/12/2013 7:28pm
A man who apparently considered himself former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff's "fixer" has been criminally charged in an ongoing investigation involving the state's two previous top law enforcers.

7-year-old donates nearly $14K to homeless for Christmas

12/12/2013 8:11pm
Handing sandwiches to children her own age and realizing they didn't have a home left an impression on 7-year-old Hailee Strandgard and taught her about the true spirit of Christmas.

Utah ranks 2nd in nation for shaken-baby syndrome reports

12/12/2013 8:32pm
More accounts of shaken-baby syndrome are reported in Weber County and Utah than in many other counties and states in America, a new study says.

ACA 'glitch' allegedly denies 3 children health coverage

12/12/2013 8:47pm
Kent and Judy Jones are trying to figure out why they can get insurance through healthcare.org but their children can't.

Unified Police warns of telephone warrant scam

12/12/2013 9:16pm
Another law enforcement agency in Utah is warning residents of a warrant scam.

Man accused in wife's death 'loved her very much,' sister says

12/12/2013 9:37pm
Conrad Truman, an Orem man accused of shooting and killing his wife, loved her "very much," according to his sister. Truman is accused of killing her for insurance money. A judge will decide whether to order the man to stand trial for murder.

Orangeville couple killed in head-on crash

12/12/2013 9:46pm
An Orangeville couple was killed in a head-on collision in Sanpete County.

Debate on plane phone calls moves on, gets bigger

12/12/2013 9:53pm
Just because it's safe to use cellphones on a plane, it doesn't mean that passengers should call just to say hello. That argument played out across Washington Thursday as one government agency moved a step closer to removing its prohibition of in- flight calls while another considered a new ban of its own.

Mystery woman from bus crash memorial found

12/12/2013 10:08pm
The mystery woman who gave Joyce Holder a 75- year-old homework assignment with her sister's name on it has been found.

50 percent of officers don't wear seat belts, study says

12/12/2013 10:20pm
"Click It or Ticket." That's the Utah campaign that urges all of us to wear our seat belts or face a fine. But an upcoming report raises questions about whether law enforcement officers are following their own rules.

2 killed after boulder smashes into Rockville house

12/12/2013 10:55pm
Two people are dead after a massive boulder slammed into a house during a rock slide Thursday.
 
   
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