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Important deadline Monday for Affordable Care Act

12/23/2013 7:33am
Monday is the deadline to sign up for health care under the Affordable Care Act if you want coverage to start on Jan. 1.

Businesses help kids read, connect with community

12/23/2013 7:55am
Santa found no Christmas emergency at McPolin Elementary in Park City. Kids are studying hard and getting help from neighboring businesses.

Target breach worse for debit card users, expert says

12/23/2013 8:40am
Someone or a group of people stole credit or debit card information for tens of millions of Target customers. It serves as a good reminder to use a credit card instead of debit card when purchasing things.

2014 financial outlook for Utah

12/23/2013 9:38am
This time of year causes many to reflect upon the past 12 months and wonder what the coming year will bring. While this happens on many levels, for businesses it is particularly important to look ahead and anticipate economic conditions and trends. Fortunately for Utah businesses, the state's economy appears to be headed for another year of respectable growth.

20-year reunion lets alumni 'pay it forward'

12/23/2013 12:10pm
For their 20 year reunion, a high school class decided to come together to support a family for Christmas, reminiscent of a canned food drive contest they won during their senior year.

West Jordan judge accused of sharing information found not guilty

12/23/2013 1:21pm
A West Jordan Justice Court judge accused of sharing protected information about a defendant with a third party was found not guilty Monday.

UTOPIA courts potential investor

12/23/2013 4:10pm
A potential partnership with an Australian investor would allow UTOPIA to finishing making 153,000 connections in 11 cities and place responsibility for future debt on the investor.

Sandy woman accused of attacking son with bat

12/23/2013 5:45pm
A Sandy teenager was sent to the hospital and his mother to jail after she caught him with a girl and attacked him with a baseball bat, police said Monday.

Hunter rescued after falling through ice

12/23/2013 6:31pm
A man was successfully rescued after falling through ice near Antelope Island Monday morning.

Alta avalanche partially buries 3 skiers

12/23/2013 6:47pm
Three skiers were partially buried, but otherwise uninjured, in an avalanche while skiing in-bounds at Alta Monday.

New A.G. Sean Reyes pledges to 'raise the bar'

12/23/2013 6:59pm
Sean Reyes is the next attorney general for the state of Utah. The announcement was made Monday by Gov. Gary Herbert. His appointment will likely be finalized in the next few weeks.

Helicopter company's new Moab base saving rescuers time, money

12/23/2013 8:19pm
A Utah company that provides air ambulance services says its crews have responded to nearly 50 calls since it set up a permanent base in Moab four months ago.

Police discover illegal guns during Cottonwood Heights drug bust

12/23/2013 9:24pm
Cottonwood Heights police said they found several weapons, including an illegal silencer, when they raided a Sandy home Monday.

LDS-centric Utah epicenter for food storage

12/23/2013 9:42pm
Towering grain silos overlook the main highway in Salt Lake City at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Welfare Square. At grocery stores, there's a whole section with large plastic tubs with labels that read, "Deluxe survivor 700." Radio ads hawk long-term supplies of food with 25-year shelf lives.

Same-sex couples can continue to marry, judge says

12/23/2013 10:57pm
A federal judge declined Monday to stay his controversial ruling last week that legalized same-sex marriage in Utah. Hundreds of Utahns gathered in Salt Lake City to celebrate the decision.

Hundreds of same-sex couples wed; some Utah counties refuse to issue licenses

12/23/2013 11:25pm
Hundreds of same-sex couples waited for hours at the Salt Lake County Clerk's Office in a race against the clock Monday as the state's efforts threatened to close an unexpected window allowing them to marry in Utah. But some counties in the state declined to issue any marriage licenses