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Commission recommends 40 percent pay increase for state elected executives

12/15/2013 9:33am
The salaries of Gov. Gary Herbert and the state's other elected executives should be raised nearly 40 percent, a commission charged with studying executive and judicial compensation recommended Tuesday.

4 bald eagles die in Utah from similar symptoms

12/15/2013 10:30am
Four bald eagles have died from similar symptoms in northern Utah in the past two weeks, raising alarms among state wildlife officials who are working to determine what happened.

AirMed bases new helicopter in Tooele

12/15/2013 11:28am
AirMed, the U.'s medical transport program, will now base one of its medical helicopters in Tooele, to eliminate the up to 20 minutes of travel time it takes to fly to the city from Salt Lake City.

UTA aims for 'pass in everyone's pocket '

12/15/2013 12:38pm
Members of the Utah Transit Authority Board of Trustees met Monday with Salt Lake City Council members to review achievements for the year and discuss future collaborative objectives.

West Valley City attic fire quickly extinguished

12/15/2013 4:36pm
Investigators are trying to determine what led to an attic fire Sunday in West Valley City. The fire caused about $30,000 in damage, but was knocked out quickly and caused no injuries to the occupants of the home.

Riverton police host 'Coffee with a cop' event

12/15/2013 5:16pm
The Riverton precinct of the Unified Police Department hosted "Coffee with a Cop" at the Beans and Brews in Riverton.

Utah Youth Mentor Project teaches foster care adolescents self-sufficiency

12/15/2013 7:39pm
Each year, 300 youth in Utah leave foster care. A staggering 40 percent of these 18-year-olds will end up living on the streets their first year out of the system. Nationally, one in three will end up homeless, in jail, or dead.

DUI driver kills man in Springville

12/15/2013 8:48pm
A man died Sunday when his vehicle was hit by a motorist suspected of driving under the influence of prescription medication, police said.

Memorial services around Utah honor Nelson Mandela

12/15/2013 9:59pm
On the day of Nelson Mandela's burial Sunday, many Utahns paid their final respects to one of the greatest civil rights and political giants of our time.

Man with knife shot 3 times by West Valley officer, police say

12/15/2013 11:59pm
A man reportedly wielding a knife was shot three times by a West Valley police officer Sunday night.