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Funeral held for 5 killed in Idaho plane crash

02/02/2014 9:41am
The five victims of a small plane crash in Idaho were remembered Saturday for their Mormon faith and dedication at a funeral service in California.

Man leads police on high-speed chase in Carbon County

02/02/2014 10:19am
The Carbon County Sheriff's Office took a man into custody Saturday after he said he "would not be taken alive" and a high-speed chase.

Americans grapple with income inequality

02/02/2014 11:02am
The wealthiest county in America is settled deep in 4 a.m. slumber when Neal Breen threads the mini-mansion subdivisions and snow- blanketed fairways on his way to open shop.

The need to save America's rising generation of men

02/02/2014 12:33pm
A lost generation of American boys will ripple through society and many and varied ways, with devastating results.

Parents say Cory Wride lived life of service at work and home

02/02/2014 5:47pm
Cory Wride's parents say their son was a quiet country boy and a gentleman who lived for his family, for helping others, and who preferred to lead by example rather than words.

Police identify pair who died after apparent CO poisoning

02/02/2014 5:57pm
The two people who died Saturday after being found unconscious, apparently from carbon monoxide poisoning, have been identified.

Lawmaker worried same-sex marriage case could hinder statewide nondiscrimination bill

02/02/2014 6:40pm
Sen. Steve Urquhart taped a blue note to the door of the Utah Senate chamber Friday that read: Hear SB100, his bill that would create a statewide nondiscrimination law in housing and employment.

Mitt Romney: Sochi Olympics will be safe

02/02/2014 7:07pm
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney believes the 2014 Sochi Olympics should be safe, despite threats of terrorism in Russia.

High school students work to raise awareness about dating violence

02/02/2014 7:55pm
Statistics show that one in four high school students are victims of violent relationships. The Utah Department of Health is trying to get students and schools involved in raising awareness. Here is what some schools are doing.

Fallen officer's widow devastated by death of her 'knight in shining armor'

02/02/2014 10:10pm
Nanette Wride is an extremely strong woman. But three days after her husband, Utah County Sgt. Cory Wride, was shot and killed while trying to help a motorist, Nanette said she just feels broken.

Children of Holocaust victims share lessons of WWII atrocity

02/02/2014 10:37pm
On Sunday, Congregation Kol Ami held a panel discussion on the Holocaust as part an interfaith event series aimed at educating people of all religious backgrounds about issues of faith.

Retiring prosecutor recalls years of legal fights at home and abroad

02/02/2014 11:13pm
A veteran prosecutor just retired after a career that spanned some of the most violent crimes in Utah history. Over the years, Dave Schwendiman also went international, prosecuting war criminals and working to protect the Olympics from terrorists.

Elderly couple found dead in home from apparent exposure

02/02/2014 11:59pm
An elderly couple was found dead in their home Friday night from apparent exposure.