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Are you an over-thinker?

02/10/2014 6:37am
In this week's edition of LIFEadvice, Coach Kim recommends some tips to stop over-thinking and choose peace. Peace is a choice and one that is always available to you.

Experienced snowmobiler dies in avalanche

02/10/2014 6:58am
An experienced snowmobiler, Clinton Conover, of Ferron, died in an avalanche near Huntington Reservoir on Sunday.

Police chase ends in serious crash

02/10/2014 7:19am
Two people are in police custody after a chase that ended with a serious crash in Murray.

Dog dies in Ogden house fire

02/10/2014 7:41am
A resident escaped safely but a dog was killed in a house fire in Ogden.

TRAX trains too loud, some residents say

02/10/2014 8:04am
Utah Transit Authority is trying to tone it down in parts of Sandy and Draper after some residents complained TRAX trains are too loud.

Another bill aims to cut down on accidental overdoses

02/10/2014 9:04am
A new effort is underway to help cut back on the number of accidental drug overdose deaths in Utah. HB119 is called the Opiate Overdose Emergency Treatment bill.

Papa John's owner lists Park City condo for $17.9M

02/10/2014 10:52am
A vacation property owned by pizza magnate, John Schnatter, is for sale for $17,999,000 — the highest asking price ever for a condominium in Utah. The residence is one of two penthouses on the 11th floor of the swanky St. Regis Deer Valley.

Photos: Plants throughout Utah

02/10/2014 11:01am
Despite being a desert climate, Utah offers a wide variety of plants, trees and flowers. Here are some pictures showcasing the beautiful plant life throughout Utah.

Judge issues $75K warrant for Utah contractor accused of tax evasion

02/10/2014 11:41am
A $75,000 warrant has been issued for the arrest of Jeremy Harris, a Roosevelt contractor charged with tax evasion, unlawful dealing with property by a fiduciary, engaging in a pattern of unlawful activity, and failure to render a proper tax return.

Technology detects cavities earlier, dentists say

02/10/2014 11:52am
Some dentists are starting to use technology that gives them an early forecast of cavities. They say it can save patients time, money and pain.

Woman pleads guilty to abusing 2-year-old daughter

02/10/2014 12:10pm
A woman pleaded guilty to two counts of child abuse Wednesday. Her daughter had numerous bruises and scars, plus strangulation marks, when police arrived, according to court documents.

Orem man accused of murdering wife pleads not guilty

02/10/2014 2:38pm
Conrad Truman, an Orem man accused of killing his wife, pleaded not guilty in court Monday before a judge denied a request to lower his $1 million bail.

Quaking aspen set to oust blue spruce as state tree

02/10/2014 4:03pm
Thunderous applause and a standing ovation followed a unanimous vote Monday to pass a bill in the Senate that would change Utah's state tree to a quaking aspen.

Protesters arrested after blocking Senate committee room

02/10/2014 4:57pm
More than a dozen gay rights protesters seeking a hearing for an anti-discrimination bill were handcuffed and taken into custody by Utah Highway Patrol troopers Monday for blocking access to a legislative committee hearing.

Incorrect assumption led to police chase, officers say

02/10/2014 5:58pm
A man who apparently thought he was about to be stopped by police was arrested Monday after officers say he led them on a chase and crashed into two other vehicles.

Cache County cleans up from floods while preparing for more

02/10/2014 6:43pm
Homeowners in seven Cache Valley towns are bracing for another round of storms as they clean up from flooding created by melting snow.

House holds bill defining when police could forcibly enter buildings

02/10/2014 7:42pm
A House committee made up of mostly attorneys decided Monday to hold a bill that would set parameters on when law enforcement can forcibly enter a building.

'One on One' with Sarah Hendrickson

02/10/2014 7:48pm
KSL's Dave McCann speaks with Olympian Sarah Hendrickson

Utah Air National Guard considers relocation to Hill Air Force Base

02/10/2014 7:59pm
Air National Guard Col. Dar Craig, with the 151st Air Refueling Wing, said moving operations from the current Air Base on the east side of Salt Lake International Airport would have advantages.

Man who impersonated firefighter at SLC fire not a suspect, police say

02/10/2014 8:40pm
A man who police say impersonated a firefighter at the scene of Sunday's massive four-alarm inferno was arrested. But investigators say he is not suspected of starting the blaze that caused as much as $2 million in damage.

Religious opposition to same-sex marriage explained in court briefs

02/10/2014 9:04pm
Dozens of academics, several states and five religious organizations, including the LDS Church, weighed in on Utah's fight against same-sex marriage with hundreds of pages of arguments filed Monday in a federal appeals court.

Pair wanted in connection with porch theft case

02/10/2014 9:21pm
The Unified Police Department has identified a man and a woman wanted in connection with a porch theft case in December.

Police group seeks 'full and comprehensive' review of parole board

02/10/2014 10:06pm
A police group has sent a letter to Utah's governor asking for a "full and comprehensive" review of the state's Board of Pardons and Parole.

Police seek help identifying bank robber

02/10/2014 10:31pm
Police are seeking the public's help to find a man who robbed a U.S. Bank Monday morning.

'One on One' with Kate Hansen

02/10/2014 10:58pm
KSL anchor Dave McCann interviews U.S. skier Kate Hansen

Officer arrested for DUI investigation after rolling truck

02/10/2014 10:59pm
A Washington County sheriff's lieutenant was arrested for investigation of DUI Sunday after allegedly rolling his patrol vehicle with his four children inside.

City of Orem's account frozen after information is stolen

02/10/2014 11:12pm
Police are seeking two people they believe have been passing fake checks from the city of Orem's bank account.

Utah songwriter creates tribute to US women's ski jumping team

02/10/2014 11:17pm
Huntsville, Utah, resident Anna Wilson wrote a song titled "Spirit," which honors the struggles of the U.S. women's ski jumping team.

Woman killed by avalanche was 'adventurous,' 'loyal'

02/10/2014 11:17pm
The woman killed by an avalanche in American Fork Canyon was adventurous and caring, a friend said Monday.

Bullet felt like ‘a sledge hammer’ to deputy’s head, wife says

02/10/2014 11:23pm
The wife of wounded Utah County Sheriff's Deputy Greg Sherwood shared some good news Monday about her husband's improving condition. She also told reporters a little of what the deputy remembers from when he was shot in the head during a police chas