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Police search for bank robber

02/14/2014 6:40am
Salt Lake police are asking for the public's help to find the man who robbed a Key Bank Thursday afternoon.

Speeding car crashes, 3 people run from police

02/14/2014 7:15am
Police are searching for three people who led them on a short car chase, crashed, then fled.

Utah sued over license plate reader technology law

02/14/2014 7:42am
The state of Utah has been served with a lawsuit over its law regarding license plate reader technology. The plaintiffs say the law has done serious damage to their companies.

Couple wed 77 years ago reflect on what makes marriage strong

02/14/2014 7:58am
On Valentine's Day, childhood sweethearts Esther and Chester Memmott will observe 77 years, two months and 15 days of marriage. The Memmotts are one of the longest married couples in Utah, according to the Utah Marriage Commission.

Organ donors, recipients celebrate record-breaking year at IMC

02/14/2014 8:41am
Organ donors and recipients celebrated Intermountain Medical Center's record-breaking year in 2013 for organ transplants Thursday. The center had 109 kidney transplants, up from 73 in 2012.

Have You Seen This? Frozen in the Midway ice castles

02/14/2014 8:48am
By now you know all the words to Disney's Frozen, but have you ever belted "Let It Go!" with a talented children's choir while cavorting through an amazing ice castle?

Jackson Emery: Jimmer, team struggles and what's next

02/14/2014 9:29am
During his career, Jackson Emery teamed up with Jimmer Fredette to create arguably the most dynamic backcourt duo in BYU basketball history. caught up with Emery to discuss a variety of topics with him.

Tips for successful online dating

02/14/2014 9:47am
Some online dating coaches say there are things people can do to increase their chances of finding the right person.

Bill reinforces states' rights to define 'marriage'

02/14/2014 10:56am
A new bill from Utah Sen. Mike Lee would reinforce state sovereignty when it comes to defining the word "marriage."

2014 baby products review

02/14/2014 11:13am
With such a vast selection, choosing the right baby products can be a little overwhelming. Here are reviews of eight products currently on the market.

Utah company's banana flour hits shelves for gluten-free cooking

02/14/2014 11:32am
A Park City company is launching the first banana flour company in the U.S. as a nutritious alternative to traditional flour.

Ask a Chef: What's the best romantic meal?

02/14/2014 11:47am
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This Week: What's the best romantic meal?

Have You Seen This? BYU group serenades Ute girls

02/14/2014 1:15pm
Stuart Edge teamed up with BYU's Vocal Point to surprise girls on the University of Utah campus with Valentine's-themed love songs.

A beginner's guide to winter recreation on the north slope of the Uintas

02/14/2014 1:43pm
A look at winter recreation and lodging opportunities for novice to intermediate users along the Mirror Lake Highway in the northwestern Uinta Mountains.

Police use pepper spray, Taser to subdue man in robbery attempt

02/14/2014 3:06pm
Police used pepper spray and a Taser before they were able to arrest of a man suspected of robbing a 7-Eleven early Friday.

Cougar stoned to death, DWR officials believe

02/14/2014 4:50pm
Wildlife officials believe a cougar was stoned to death near Payson last month, and they are looking for those responsible.

FAA shuts down drone deliveries of Valentine's gifts

02/14/2014 6:37pm
The Federal Aviation Administration has clipped the wings of cupid by not allowing drones to deliver Valentine's gifts.

Utah company builds transportation system in Sochi

02/14/2014 6:42pm
A Utah ski lift company is credited for building the lifts at some Olympic venues in Sochi.

Deputies cleared in shooting man suspected of killing Sgt. Wride

02/14/2014 7:50pm
Four Juab County deputies have been cleared of any wrongdoing after they shot the man wanted for shooting two Utah County Deputies that killed Sgt. Cory Wride and wounded deputy Greg Sherwood.

In face of vicious dog attack, don't run or scream, vet advises

02/14/2014 7:50pm
A pitbull attack sent a 6-year-old boy to the hospital needing reconstructive surgery earlier this week. A Utah veterinarian has advised parents on how they can help safeguard kids from a violent dog attack, or at least minimize the damage.

Girl escapes attempted sexual assault

02/14/2014 7:51pm
A 15-year-old girl was able to escape from a sexual assault attempt early Thursday morning.

Police seek man connected to Wal-Mart aggravated robbery

02/14/2014 7:54pm
Police are asking for help to locate a man who they believe brandished a weapon at a Walmart to avoid being detained by prevention loss personnel.

2 phone scams to watch out for

02/14/2014 8:11pm
Officials are sending warnings about two separate scams that can lose consumers money.

Feds charge pilot after finding 180 pounds of marijuana in plane

02/14/2014 8:13pm
Federal prosecutors in Utah have charged Randall Patrick Watson, of Meridian, Idaho, with conspiracy to distribute marijuana. Watson was arrested Nov. 12 after police in Vernal found 180 pounds of marijuana in his plane at Vernal Regional Airport.

At U. Hospital, 91-year-old plays song written for deceased wife

02/14/2014 8:55pm
Valentine's day also marked the 91st birthday of a man who entertains patients and visitors as a volunteer at the University of Utah Hospital.

Utah Senate moves toward making cockfighting a felony

02/14/2014 9:22pm
Cockfighting is a misdemeanor in Utah, and some state senators don't want to see it become a felony.

Lawmaker clarifies breathalyzer proposal

02/14/2014 9:46pm
A lawmaker seeking to get breathalyzers in bars spent Friday clarifying his proposal in response to what he called "mischaracterizations" of the bill.

Students welcome back reading tutor after life-threatening accident

02/14/2014 10:13pm
Kids exchanged valentines at school parties all over Utah, but at Fielding Elementary, all students had a valentine wish for one person — their reading tutor.

UDOT warns of high avalanche danger for President's Day weekend

02/14/2014 10:47pm
Presidents' Day weekend is usually the busiest weekend in Utah's mountains when there's plenty of snow. But, avalanche danger is high to extreme, and UDOT urges everyone to be patient on the canyon roads.

Pikus-Pace takes silver in women's skeleton

02/14/2014 11:00pm
The women's skeleton event took place Friday. Did Utah's Noelle Pikus-Pace medal? See who won the gold.

Jury convicts Millerberg of child abuse homicide

02/14/2014 11:59pm
Eric Millerberg was found guilty of all four charges against him, including child abuse homicide.

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