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All teens who fled youth facility are found

03/07/2014 7:28am
Police have located all four of the teens who ran away from a state-run youth facility earlier this week.

Sprinkler system helps contain fire at Olympus Junior High

03/07/2014 7:56am
Fire crews credit an upgraded sprinkler system and a new fire station nearby with containing a fire at Olympus Junior High School in Holladay.

Arson charge dropped in case of fatal trailer fire

03/07/2014 8:17am
The case against a Hurricane woman charged with intentionally setting a fire that killed her boyfriend has been dropped.

Telemarketing tops consumer complaints for 2013

03/07/2014 9:37am
Telemarketers with high-pressure tactics top the list of complaints to the Utah Division of Consumer Protection.

Where and how to eat cheap at Disneyland

03/07/2014 10:00am
Dining is a highlight for my family at the Disneyland Resort. There are so many tasty treats throughout the Disneyland Resort. We also love staying at a Disney hotel for a completely magical vacation, and that means eating at the Disneyland Resort during our entire vacation.

Adults more obese than ever, survey finds

03/07/2014 10:14am
From a survey conducted through telephone interviews, Gallup and Healthways found that U.S. citizens have hit the highest percentage of obese adults since they began tracking weight in 2008.

5 last-minute, inexpensive spring break trips

03/07/2014 10:58am
Colleges and universities are giving students a respite in the next couple of weeks and we've got a few suggestions for last-minute and inexpensive getaways.

Man given 150 days in jail in child abuse case

03/07/2014 1:25pm
A judge has ordered a young Utah father who pleaded guilty to child abuse to serve 150 days in jail.

7 ways to keep pets safe on road trips

03/07/2014 2:15pm
Traveling with pets? Here are seven essential tips to keep them safe.

Lawmakers pass human trafficking, election reform bills

03/07/2014 2:31pm
Utah lawmakers passed a human trafficking bill on Thursday that will provide protection to child victims involved in prostitution. They also passed two election reform bills spurred by the John Swallow investigations.

Trial set for man accused of arson in Salt Lake apartment fire

03/07/2014 3:34pm
The man accused of setting a four-alarm, $6 million fire in downtown Salt Lake City pleaded not guilty during an arraignment in federal court this week.

Police seek man who robbed Wells Fargo Bank

03/07/2014 4:15pm
Police are looking for a man who they say used a note to demand money from a Wells Fargo Bank teller and got away Friday.

Police arrest alleged gang member suspected in drive-by shooting

03/07/2014 5:06pm
An 18-year-old alleged gang member who once told authorities he "doesn't expect to live past 25" was arrested by Salt Lake City police Thursday on an outstanding warrant.

SLC deputy police chief under investigation for alleged harassment

03/07/2014 6:26pm
One of Salt Lake City's deputy police chiefs has been on paid administrative leave since November.

DA to seek death penalty in triple homicide case

03/07/2014 6:33pm
Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill announced Friday that he will seek the death penalty if a man charged in a triple homicide is convicted.

Police set up bicycle sting, arrest 3 men

03/07/2014 6:43pm
Salt Lake City Police detectives are currently conducting sting operations to stop a recent spike in bicycle thefts, and they're luring in the bad guys with their own bikes as "bait."

Singer joins fellow Provo resident on 'The Voice'

03/07/2014 6:47pm
A second Provo resident got on NBC's "The Voice," joining Team Usher for the show.

400 newly recovered emails delay House report on Swallow

03/07/2014 6:59pm
The Utah House Special Investigative Committee retrieved another 400 emails from former Attorney General John Swallow's crashed personal computer.

Man who hit police car has history of DUI arrests, police say

03/07/2014 7:01pm
A man that police say has a history of DUI arrests was taken into custody again Friday after investigators say he smashed into a Unified police officer's patrol car.

UDOT to close northbound I-15 in Roy for 2 nights

03/07/2014 7:17pm
Friday and Saturday night, crews will be working on replacing the bridge over I-15 near Riverdale Road, which will affect northbound drivers.

Ute tribal member not murdered following 2007 chase, judge says

03/07/2014 7:38pm
A federal judge has ruled that a Ute tribal member was not murdered by a police officer, as attorneys for his family have claimed, but died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Tree pollen affecting people with allergies earlier this year

03/07/2014 8:41pm
Itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, a runny nose and even eye swelling all are allergy symptoms. And for many people will allergies, the suffering started a little sooner than usual this year.

Woman pinned in rollover accident near Parowan

03/07/2014 9:09pm
Two adults and three children were involved in a rollover accident, but no one received major injuries, police say.

E-cig bill shelved, leaving sponsor 'perplexed'

03/07/2014 9:26pm
A bill to regulate the sale of electronic cigarettes in Utah was shelved by a Senate committee Friday, leaving the state lawmaker behind the effort "perplexed."

Faith, science combine to help couple have baby

03/07/2014 10:29pm
Kathryn and Kurt Brown felt they were meant to have a baby of their own, so they tirelessly pursued their options until Kathryn got pregnant.

Man dies in avalanche in Summit County

03/07/2014 10:44pm
A man buried by an avalanche in Summit County died Friday evening.

House, Senate still struggling over budget

03/07/2014 11:01pm
Plans to finalize the state budget once again were scrapped Friday as the Legislature's GOP majority continued to struggle to settle on how much to give House Speaker Becky Lockhart's education technology initiative.