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Vets return to streets to reach the homeless

12/24/2013 10:02am
Not far from where the Boston Massacre helped sow the seeds for the Revolutionary War, David Dyer points toward the underpass where he'd score crack cocaine by day and the train depot where he'd sleep some nights.

Utah man celebrates 100 years by performing at own party

12/24/2013 10:58am
It's not often that someone lives to be 100. It's even more rare when someone that "young" provides the entertainment for their own birthday party.

Police looking for serial bank robber

12/24/2013 11:49am
Police are asking for the public's help in finding a suspected serial bank robber.

5 things to know about tracking Santa's journey

12/24/2013 11:59am
For kids who can't wait for Santa to arrive, the North American Aerospace Defense Command has a Christmas treat.

Local photographers capture recovery from devastating typhoon

12/24/2013 1:57pm
Last month Deseret news photojournalist Ravell Call and journalist Jesse Hyde traveled to the Philippines to document the aftermath of typhoon Haiyan -- how Utahns were helping the Filipino people and how the people were helping themselves.

4 arrested for multiple armed robberies in Weber County

12/24/2013 2:11pm
Three men, including two brothers, and a 17- year-old boy were arrested Tuesday, suspected of being involved in a series of armed robberies.

Firefighters deliver smiles with toy donations

12/24/2013 2:28pm
Instead of a sleigh, Christmas came a day early for children at the Road Home in the form of a big red fire truck.

Wanship fire destroys structure

12/24/2013 4:27pm
An extension cord was the origin of a barn fire that caused about $150,000 damage Tuesday and resulted in the loss of some animals.

Rio Tinto considers cutting ties with controversial Alaska mine

12/24/2013 4:48pm
Kennecott's parent company Rio Tinto said it is considering cutting its ties to an enormous and very controversial mining venture in Alaska.

Holiday power outages challenge Christmas cheer

12/24/2013 5:35pm
For the first time in days, the sun was shining and skies were blue when Doug Jennings stepped outside his home Tuesday in central Maine. But the power that disappeared in a massive weekend ice storm? It was still out, setting up his family for a very cold and very dark Christmas Eve.

Couple shot, woman killed near San Diego mall

12/24/2013 5:45pm
A woman was killed and a man critically injured when both were shot near a San Diego shopping mall Tuesday.

Man only shops Christmas Eve after traumatic experience

12/24/2013 5:58pm
An Orem man does all his Christmas shopping on Christmas Eve after 7:30 p.m. because of a traumatic experience he had as a child.

Avalanche risk currently high in Utah, experts say

12/24/2013 6:24pm
After nearly a dozen human-triggered avalanches in Utah since Friday, experts are issuing warnings about venturing into the backcountry.

Man dressed as Santa robs bank on Christmas Eve

12/24/2013 7:16pm
A man partially dressed as Santa Claus was apparently more interested in taking than giving on Christmas Eve.

Utah center offers emergency child care

12/24/2013 7:21pm
Finding someone to watch your kids while you run holiday errands can be a problem, but experts say it may be okay to leave them home alone.

Santa shares unknown facts about his life and work

12/24/2013 7:39pm
Santa sets the record straight about his life and work.

Utah breaks liquor sales records

12/24/2013 8:43pm
State liquor sales broke the record on Monday for most liquor sold in one day in Utah.

Swallow ethics complaint dismissed

12/24/2013 9:23pm
An ethics complaint filed with the Utah State Bar against former Utah Attorney General John Swallow has been dismissed.

13 bald eagles dead in Utah from mysterious illness

12/24/2013 10:15pm
Since December 1, 13 bald eagles have died in Utah, and no one knows why.

Local school raises money to help former student

12/24/2013 10:21pm
Employees and teachers at the Taylor Andrews Academy of Hair Design raised money to give back to a former student and her family.

Christmas Eve spacewalk for repairs ends

12/24/2013 10:29pm
While many people spent Christmas Eve doing last-minute shopping, two American astronauts had a more challenging matter to attend to Tuesday.

Appeals court declines to issue stay that would halt gay marriages in Utah

12/24/2013 11:59pm
A federal appeals court ruled on Tuesday that gay marriages can continue in Utah, denying a request from the state to halt same-sex weddings until the appeals process plays out.

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