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Wanted felon allegedly threatens to 'go out by suicide by cop' during standoff

04/18/2014 6:57am
The Metro SWAT team arrested a man who allegedly threatened to "go out by suicide by cop" in Ogden after a successful negotiation Thursday.

Man sent to prison for attacking girlfriend with beer mug

04/18/2014 7:38am
A Fort Duchesne man will serve nearly three years in federal prison for hitting his girlfriend in the face with a ceramic beer mug. Rupert Duncan still faces charges in two Utah counties for separate attacks on the same woman, court records show.

UTA adding extra TRAX service for busy weekend in Salt Lake City

04/18/2014 8:01am
The Utah Transit Authority is offering additional TRAX service this Saturday.

Man accused of hitting, choking wife, police say

04/18/2014 8:20am
A Salt Lake man was charged Thursday after police say he hit and choked his wife until she lost consciousness.

BYU students work to bring eyeglasses to millions of Ethiopians

04/18/2014 8:42am
When Peter Tolman was 14, he visited Guatemala to distribute eyeglasses as part of his Eagle Scout project. The experience had a lasting effect on him and later inspired a similar project on a much larger scale.

Lake Powell will rise again, but won't fill, experts say

04/18/2014 9:03am
The forecast is Lake Powell will rise approximately 45 feet this summer, which will put all the launch ramps back in full service. Predictions, too, are that fishing for striped bass, smallmouth bass and walleye will be excellent this year.

Humane Society discourages Easter rabbit adoptions

04/18/2014 9:19am
The Humane Society of Utah is discouraging people from adopting rabbits as pets for Easter.

Cold-case suspect sentenced in Ogden girl's death

04/18/2014 9:44am
A man accused of raping and killing an 11-year-old Ogden girl in 1983 pleaded guilty Thursday to charges of rape and manslaughter.

Thanksgiving Point's Tulip Festival in full bloom

04/18/2014 9:58am
Hundreds of thousands of tulips have sprung up throughout Thanksgiving Point Gardens, and patrons will not be left wanting for more flora.

3 etiquette tips for people riding public transportation

04/18/2014 10:51am
Good manners on public transit will make the ride better for everyone.

National parks free this weekend

04/18/2014 11:29am
Looking for something free to do this weekend? Check out a national park.

Utah fishing more accessible than ever with fisheries, resources

04/18/2014 11:55am
While Utah has a dry, semi-arid climate and seems to struggle every year to reach its needed annual precipitation level, it still provides quality fishing opportunities across the state.

Ask a Chef: Easter dinner

04/18/2014 11:56am
Every week one of the chefs from Harmons Grocery Stores will be answering your toughest culinary questions. This Week: Easter dinner.

Ogden No. 3 best city for raising family in U.S., study says

04/18/2014 12:15pm
Two Utah cities have been ranked in the top 10 best places to raise a family in the U.S. by Forbes.

Deputy finds missing M-16 rifle in own home after investigation

04/18/2014 2:32pm
An M-16 rifle missing since 2006 was found in a deputy's home, according to the Davis County Sheriff's Office.

Outlets at Traverse Mountain to sport largest LED sign in US

04/18/2014 2:51pm
The energy efficient sign will be an eye-catcher for I-15 travelers and will be visible from the Point of the Mountain on the north to about 1 mile south of exit 284.

What made Nevada rancher fight the feds?

04/18/2014 4:58pm
When the Bureau of Land Management retreated from a standoff with Cliven Bundy, a few hundred people traveled to his Nevada ranch to protest what they see as an overreach of the federal government.

Woman wakes up to caretakers robbing her, police say

04/18/2014 5:34pm
A woman in Layton awoke to find the people who were supposed to be caring for her were robbing her instead, police said.

Students, alumni rally to save 'V' on mountain

04/18/2014 5:45pm
Erosion is threatening Viewmont High School's mark on the mountain, but a group has come together to preserve the integrity of the "V."

Utah veteran joins George W. Bush for bike ride

04/18/2014 6:46pm
A Utah veteran who fought two tours in Iraq and came home with serious physical and mental battle wounds will take part in a prestigious three-day bike ride.

Ride-sharing business launches despite warnings from SLC

04/18/2014 7:13pm
Lyft, a new ride sharing service that links people through a cellphone app, has begun in Salt Lake City. But city leaders warn that the service is operating illegally.

Utah beauty blogger named finalist in Allure competition

04/18/2014 7:28pm
A Utah woman and mother has been selected as a top 10 finalist in the Allure Beauty Blogger Awards.

Environmental agency gets ready to celebrate for Earth Day

04/18/2014 7:47pm
How are you planning to celebrate Earth Day and what are you doing to make the planet a better place? The Utah Department of Environmental Quality has been doing the "12 days of Earth Day" and has a list of suggestions for residents to consider.

15 nonprofit centers in Utah support parents, kids in crisis

04/18/2014 8:20pm
K.C. Mulcare readily admits that being a parent is the hardest, but most rewarding job she's ever had. The Family Support Center of the Uintah Basin is helping to make her life a little bit easier, though, and keep her kids safe.

High court issues narrow ruling regarding secret state grand juries

04/18/2014 8:46pm
The Utah Supreme Court issued a ruling Thursday as it continues to navigate through new legal ground on how to handle arguments and appeals involving secret state grand juries.

Draper police ask for help to honor fallen officer

04/18/2014 10:19pm
The past seven months haven't been easy for Shante Johnson after her husband, Draper police Sgt. Derek Johnson, was shot and killed while on duty last year. Draper's Fraternal Order of Police is raising money to send officers to D.C. to support her.

2-year-old boy accidentally shot by sibling, police say

04/18/2014 10:28pm
A 2-year-old boy has been accidentally shot by his 3- year-old sister, police said.

Multiple events mean busy Salt Lake City streets

04/18/2014 10:37pm
Thousands and thousands of people are expected to come to Salt Lake City to attend several events this weekend, and that means drivers should prepare for some temporary road closures and detours.

New tool helps doctors analyze concussions

04/18/2014 10:42pm
A new medical instrument is revolutionizing the way doctors analyze concussions in Utah.

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