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Families encouraged as lawmakers OK hemp extract bill

03/14/2014 7:08am
Families of children blighted by a rare form of epilepsy are encouraged now that legislation that could improve their kids' lives has cleared the legislature and awaits a signature from the governor.

Beware of discounts on partially-used Disney passes, expert warns

03/14/2014 9:48am
A day at Walt Disney World or Disneyland costs about $100 per person. Scammers know budget- minded families are searching for a great deal on tickets.

Ask a Chef: Savory spring salads

03/14/2014 10:00am
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This week: The secrets behind spring salads

New maps point out geological hazards near Zion National Park

03/14/2014 11:09am
The state has released a new set of maps designed to tip off developers and homeowners to potential geological hazards in southern Utah.

Taser drone could stun criminals with 80K volts

03/14/2014 11:58am
As part of CUPID's introduction to the world, an intern was zapped with 80,000 volts of electricity.

Lawmakers approve bills on STEM education, 'revenge porn' during final hours

03/14/2014 1:01pm
Utah lawmakers approved several bills during their final hours of the 2014 legislative session, including on to give $20 million to STEM education and another bill making "revenge porn" a crime in Utah.

Gov. Herbert calls 2014 Legislature a success

03/14/2014 1:43pm
Gov. Gary Herbert spent the last night of the 2014 Legislature Thursday celebrating his success in getting nearly all of his $13.3 billion passed —without a controversial and costly initiative from House Speaker Becky Lockhart.

Murray man working on truck dies after getting pinned

03/14/2014 1:59pm
A Murray man died Thursday night after he was pinned underneath a pickup truck in his driveway.

2 cow elk poached in Piute County, DWR says

03/14/2014 3:09pm
Wildlife officers are looking for individuals responsible for poaching two cow elk found just off Utah state Route 22.

Daggett County Jail worker accused of sexual contact with inmate

03/14/2014 3:50pm
A former employee of a food service company that provides meals to the Daggett County Jail has been charged with having sexual contact with an inmate and smuggling contraband into the facility.

Saved from demolition, Provo's oldest house finds new home

03/14/2014 4:03pm
A historic house in Provo that once faced demolition was taken brick by brick to Pioneer Village.

British judge hears arguments in case LDS Church calls 'mischief'

03/14/2014 4:20pm
A British judge heard arguments Friday in the case of a disaffected Mormon who brought a case against LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson in a court in London.

Utah companies offer discounted Nordic day for women

03/14/2014 4:45pm
Globecandy is hosting a Women's Nordic Day at Sundance this Saturday, March 15th.

5 Utah places to celebrate Pi Day

03/14/2014 6:17pm
Year-round pie lovers rejoice: Friday is Pi Day. Here you'll find our local suggestions for pie that tastes homemade but requires none of the work.

Prosecutors forward allegations against Mike Lee, Harry Reid to feds

03/14/2014 6:31pm
County prosecutors investigating former Utah Attorneys General John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff say the have come across allegations of wrongdoing by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Sen. Mike Lee.

Drone to help Box Elder deputies in search and rescue operations

03/14/2014 6:40pm
Box Elder County sheriff's deputies will soon have a new tool to help them in search and rescue operations in the mountains near Brigham City. They plan on using a drone to find lost or hurt hikers faster and safer.

Donated books bring the joy of reading to local schools

03/14/2014 7:35pm
Over 1,200 books were donated to local elementary schools to encourage reading.

Wrong-way drivers a concern for troopers

03/14/2014 8:07pm
The Utah Highway Patrol is seeing a disturbing trend: drivers heading the wrong way at highway speeds. It's a real danger to public safety and officers.

Hikers find body on trail, police say

03/14/2014 9:44pm
Three hikers found a body on a trail, Cottonwood Heights police said.

Metadata can be used to glean personal information, study says

03/14/2014 10:45pm
A new study shows government agencies and others can effectively use "data about data" to learn more about people, and a Utah-based computer forensics expert warns of the risks.

New bill aims to cut distracted driving

03/14/2014 10:46pm
A bill to keep cellphones out of cars would make roads much safer for Utah drivers.

Paralyzed tumbling champion makes first appearance since injury

03/14/2014 10:51pm
A gymnast whose injuries resulted in being paralyzed returns to the gymnastics scene as a hopeful spectator.

4 teens injured in ATV accident

03/14/2014 11:59pm
Five children were involved in an ATV accident Friday evening in Morgan County.

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