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T-shirts raise awareness of domestic abuse, sexual assault

02/04/2014 7:19am
Words written on T-shirts by victims of sexual violence hung at the state Capitol on Monday as part of the Clothesline Project to raise awareness of domestic abuse and sexual assault.

USU basketball player recounts experience of heart failure, tells of AED importance

02/04/2014 8:40am
One year ago, Utah State basketball player Danny Berger collapsed on the court from heart failure and now he tells his story to promote heart health.

Overnight snow slows morning commute

02/04/2014 8:43am
A fast-moving winter storm left roads snow- covered and slick, just in time for the Tuesday morning commute.

Photos released of North Salt Lake bank robbery

02/04/2014 9:31am
North Salt Lake police hope surveillance photos will lead them to the man who robbed a bank Monday.

Provo band releases benefit single for national parks, tops charts

02/04/2014 10:41am
Provo band The National Parks released a new single and is donating profits from the first month to the National Parks Conservation Association.

State agencies making big strides to help unemployed vets

02/04/2014 12:14pm
The Department of Workforce Services is outlining more ways it's trying to help Utah's veterans get jobs. Unemployment among Utah's vets is higher than the state average.

Opinion: Alta is for skiers — not snowboarders

02/04/2014 1:14pm
Four men have filed a lawsuit in an attempt to force Alta to open its slopes to snowboarders. There are 12 world class areas in Utah open to skiers and snowboarders. Here's why Alta should remain a snowboard free resort.

Bus driver leaves 4-year-old special education student alone on curb

02/04/2014 1:53pm
Davis School District says they will reiterate their policies with all their bus drivers after a young special education student was dropped off on a curb near his home when his mother was not there.

Facebook turns 10, celebrates with personal message for each user

02/04/2014 3:30pm
Facebook takes a look back with users as it celebrates its tenth birthday.

User photos: This week in news

02/04/2014 3:51pm
Each Tuesday showcases photos submitted to us by our users. This week's user photos include: the Santaquin Officer involved shooting, wind storm damage in draper, high speed chance in Washington Terrace, a knocked over gas pump and a true Broncos fan.

Man arrested after allegedly assaulting woman in car

02/04/2014 4:09pm
A woman was assaulted after a man got in her unlocked car with her Tuesday, police said.

Reward offered for information about 3 Utahns killed in California

02/04/2014 4:31pm
The decomposing body of a man found in the trunk of a car in Riverside, Calif., has been identified as Gianni Belvedere.

Woman accused of stabbing man identified

02/04/2014 5:01pm
A woman who is accused of stabbing a man who allegedly stole cocaine from her has been identified.

Kearns man charged with automobile homicide, 9 counts of DUI

02/04/2014 5:58pm
A Kearns man accused of killing an infant and injuring at least nine others while driving intoxicated now faces criminal charges.

Traditional marriage is the best place to rear children, appeal says

02/04/2014 6:19pm
Utah has the constitutional authority to define marriage, and the union of a man and a woman is the best setting to bear and rear children, attorneys for the state argue in an appeals court brief filed just before midnight Monday.

School safety hotline promoted by Utah lawmaker

02/04/2014 6:29pm
A Utah lawmaker wants to create a statewide school safety hotline using the easy-to-remember 311 number.

DWR to transport nearly 100 mule deer off Antelope Island

02/04/2014 7:02pm
In an effort to balance out the population before the food supply runs out, the Division of Wildlife Resources is working to move nearly 100 deer off of Antelope Island this week.

Nathan Sloop admits to his role in death of stepson

02/04/2014 8:25pm
Ethan Stacy has been gone for nearly as long as he lived, but his death is still raw for his father and for the officers who investigated his brutal death.

Event produces more than 40K books for schools in Read Today program

02/04/2014 8:45pm
A Utah company that donates books all over the world is working to fill a need in its own backyard through KSL's Read Today initiative.

Lawmakers apologize for transgender comments on Twitter

02/04/2014 9:02pm
A Twitter exchange Monday between Senate President Wayne Niederhauser, R-Sandy, and Rep. Jacob Anderegg, R-Lehi, drew criticism from around the country as being insensitive to the LGBT community.

Pastors create first Bible class for students in Cedar City

02/04/2014 9:04pm
Pastors from several Christian denominations in Cedar City created the first Bible class for students during school hours.

Hundreds gather for viewing of fallen Sgt. Cory Wride

02/04/2014 9:27pm
A steady stream of people flooded an LDS chapel in Spanish Fork Tuesday night to pay their respects to Sgt. Wride and his family.

4 famous Olympians and their connections to Utah

02/04/2014 9:52pm
Many well-known Olympians have come through Utah in some capacity or another since the Winter Games began back in 1924.

Glitch in system cause of school lunch incident, representative says

02/04/2014 10:19pm
A board meeting was held Tuesday to discuss the issue of why several students went without lunch at Uintah Elementary School. Representatives said the unpaid balances for the students' lunch accounts stemmed from a glitch in the school's system.

Utah skeleton athlete misses Olympics due to head injuries

02/04/2014 10:36pm
As the Olympic action begins this week, Utah athlete Kimber Gabryszak will be sitting it out, her Olympic dream dashed by a traumatic brain injury.

Bomb threat on bathroom stall cancels after-school activities in Juab district

02/04/2014 10:36pm
Juab School District officials canceled all after-school activities Tuesday when a bomb threat was found scrawled on a bathroom stall.