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Police: City attorney running pot operation out of Salt Lake home

02/22/2014 9:20am
A lawyer with the Salt Lake City police department told one woman if she wanted to buy pot from him and his sons, she needed to come to their house so the two young men wouldn't be caught with drugs in their cars.

Photo Gallery: Winter Olympians of the '20s and '30s

02/22/2014 9:48am
These vintage photos showcase athletes from the 1924 Winter Games in Chamonix, France, and the 1932 Winter Games in New York.

UDOT receives OK from lawmakers to expand 80 mph zones

02/22/2014 10:19am
Drivers will be able to legally push the needle to 80 mph on more Utah roads under a bill the Legislature approved.

Saratoga Springs students connect with Olympians through Twitter

02/22/2014 11:16am
For a classroom in Saratoga Springs, the Winter Olympics in Sochi have been a lesson in just how connected the world really is.

'Silicon Slopes': Draper shows off prison site development renderings

02/22/2014 11:53am
Supporters of moving the Utah State Prison from Draper to free nearly 700 acres of prime real estate for development are counting on a picture being worth a thousand words.

Elderly Vernal man jailed a 5th time for investigation of lewdness

02/22/2014 3:46pm
Uintah County sheriff's deputies have arrested a Vernal man for investigation of lewdness for the fifth time since 2009.

Lehi officer says instinct, training helped him save a life

02/22/2014 6:05pm
An off-duty Lehi police officer who saved a man's life outside a restaurant Thursday says he was just in the right place at the right time and credits his training for being able to help.

Winter Sports School celebrates increasing enrollment with campus relocation

02/22/2014 6:33pm
One thing many Utah Olympic athletes have in common is that they've attended the Winter Sports School in Park City. The school is now celebrating an increase in enrollment numbers with a move to a bigger campus.

Zions Bank robbed in Cottonwood Heights; police ask for public's help

02/22/2014 6:48pm
Police are on the hunt for a man who robbed a Zions Bank Saturday morning and are asking for the public's help to identify the robber.

18 flights of stairs means more than good exercise for some Utahns

02/22/2014 7:00pm
Utah firefighters, along with dozens of civilians, climbed 18 flights of stairs Saturday to bring awareness to lung diseases.

Utahns rally against tyranny of Venezuelan government

02/22/2014 7:36pm
Former Venezuelans living in Utah joined a worldwide movement Saturday to urge support for their fellow countrymen.

Lawsuit filed over drug rehab center in St. George

02/22/2014 7:55pm
A group of St. George residents is suing the owners of a drug rehabilitation center, claiming their property values have taken a hit since it recently opened in their neighborhood.

Mayor proposes 'municipal council' government for Salt Lake County

02/22/2014 8:34pm
Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams is backing legislation that would enable residents of unincorporated areas of the county to select a common municipal council encompassing communities from Emigration Canyon to Magna.

VIDEO: Teens get crash course in winter driving

02/22/2014 9:13pm
The Utah Highway Patrol provided a winter driving class for teenagers Saturday at the Emergency Vehicle Operations course in Lehi. KSL photojournalist Alan Neves rode along with some Utah teens for the slipping and sliding.

Suspected bank robber arrested in Midvale

02/22/2014 10:03pm
Police have arrested the suspect in the Wednesday robbery of a U.S. Bank branch. David Eric Traversa was apprehended Saturday night in Midvale, according to a Salt Lake City police spokeswoman.

‘Doggy doctor shopping’ case has police cautioning veterinarians to be aware

02/22/2014 11:03pm
Police arrested a South Salt Lake man Friday who they believe was using his pet dog to get prescription drugs for himself. Investigators credit an alert veterinarian for tipping them off to the alleged crime.

Reiter's disappointing finish tempered by family support

02/22/2014 11:25pm
Even though skier Justin Reiter's Olympics didn't end in triumph, the support of his mother led to a positive reflection.