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Defendant 'not in the best of moods' prior to deadly shooting, transcript shows

04/24/2014 6:51am
Siale Angilua wasn't in a good mood when his trial started in federal court Monday morning, according to court transcript.

Lawmakers aim to improve benefits for fallen officers' families

04/24/2014 7:26am
State leaders tackle a big problem brought to light by a KSL investigation -- how Utah takes care of the widows and families of fallen police officers.

Low water levels create opportunity for new access trail

04/24/2014 9:59am
Boaters at one Utah reservoir will now have an easier time accessing the water, thanks to a new access trail that was eight years in the making.

Police blame Ogden crash on distracted driving

04/24/2014 10:10am
Police say a distracted driver received a careless driving citation after a rollover crash that injured her and two other people in Ogden.

Study shows bullying has long-term health effects

04/24/2014 10:23am
The American Journal of Psychiatry published new findings revealing mental and emotional damage caused by bullying can create health problems later in life.

5 rules for traveling internationally with kids

04/24/2014 11:16am
International travel with kids is becoming more popular. But what does a great trip with kids really look like? These 5 rules will help make your overseas vacation much more fun.

Van owned by Nevada slaying victim found in Utah

04/24/2014 12:42pm
Investigators are testing blood evidence found in a van that belonged to a 26-year-old Mexican man whose body was found in February off a dirt road near the Nevada-Idaho border town of Jackpot.

Have You Seen This? Pure fan joy

04/24/2014 1:15pm
A pint-sized hockey fan is about to make your day a little better with his reaction to a player's spontaneous gift.

Man charged with making false sexual assault claim

04/24/2014 1:53pm
A Vernal man is facing three misdemeanor charges after police say they determined that he lied about being sexually assault.

Spring cleaning tips for your car — beginner to advanced

04/24/2014 2:14pm
Need to clean and organize your car now that the weather is getting nicer? Use these tips to make it shine again.

Owners track down vehicle that rolled off trailer unnoticed

04/24/2014 2:21pm
A Ford Explorer that rolled off a U-Haul trailer has been reunited with the owners.

Provo-Orem area No. 1 for daily learning in U.S., poll says

04/24/2014 3:04pm
Continuing its reign at the top of the poll, the Provo-Orem area was ranked the No. 1 community for daily learning on Wednesday.

5 questions you've always wanted answered

04/24/2014 4:01pm
Here's five questions you've always wanted answered, trivia, facts and random information to kill five minutes of your workday.

Caretaker arrested for allegedly stealing from elderly woman

04/24/2014 4:48pm
A woman hired to be a caretaker for an elderly woman who has dementia has been arrested for allegedly stealing money from the woman.

East SLC No. 20 for 'Best neighborhoods for millennials', study says

04/24/2014 5:31pm
A new study ranks East Central in Salt Lake City as one of the best neighborhoods to live in for young people.

Nevada rancher defends remarks, loses supporters

04/24/2014 6:01pm
A Nevada rancher who became a conservative folk hero for standing up to the government in a fight over grazing rights lost some of his staunch defenders Thursday after wondering aloud whether blacks might have had it better under slavery.

'Dude, where's my cow?' sign posted to find missing bovine

04/24/2014 6:48pm
A missing cow's plight is getting extra attention after her concerned owner put up an eye-catching sign along a busy road in Provo.

U. apologizes for sperm donor mix-up, releases report

04/24/2014 7:05pm
The University of Utah has completed an extensive report outlining concerns of a possible sperm donor switch at one of its former clinics. The investigation cannot confirm or rule out intentional tampering.

No-scar surgery: Less pain, shorter recovery

04/24/2014 7:48pm
Three things have plagued surgeons for centuries, he explains: bleeding, pain and infection. But minimally invasive techniques are reducing these threats, and endoscopic procedures are expected to evolve until nearly all surgeries are done without a scalpel.

Utah's Own summit connects small food businesses with local stores

04/24/2014 9:04pm
The Department of Agriculture is working to boost Utah's economy by helping small food businesses connect and create working relationships by hosting summits all over the state.

90th annual Spring Salon showcases Utah artists

04/24/2014 9:36pm
The annual Spring Salon at the Springville Museum of Art features the best of Utah's art.

Utah mom upset over racy magazine displayed near children's books

04/24/2014 10:04pm
A South Jordan mom is upset after finding a Sports Illustrated magazine displayed next to children's books at Jordan Landing Target Store.

Firefighters, home owner urge people to fireproof homes

04/24/2014 10:16pm
Learning to properly handle hazardous household materials and prevent electrical fires will help "fireproof" your family.

SLCPD officers involved in accident in downtown Salt Lake

04/24/2014 10:27pm
SLCPD officers involved in accident in downtown Salt Lake.

Early water conservation measures enacted in American Fork

04/24/2014 10:32pm
Residents of American Fork will have to be careful what day they water their lawn. The city is imposing water conservation measures to ensure the community has enough water to get through the summer.

Crews cleaning reservoir after truck carrying live turkeys crashed

04/24/2014 10:34pm
A semitrailer full of turkeys veered off a highway and into Deer Creek Reservoir Thursday morning. The driver was unharmed.