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Man dies in apparent ATV accident

04/25/2014 6:50am
A man was found dead Thursday evening from an apparent ATV accident in a remote part of Utah County.

Bomb threats in Centerville, Orem similar to previous incidents

04/25/2014 7:06am
Police were investigating two bomb threats at Target stores in Centerville and Orem Thursday and believe they are linked to similar threats that took place Wednesday.

Man charged with abusing elderly father

04/25/2014 8:24am
A 56-year-old man who police say was engaged in a "consistent pattern of neglect and physical abuse" toward his parents has been arrested and charged.

FDA action on e-cigarettes not enough, Utah official says

04/25/2014 8:40am
The Food and Drug Administration has proposed a new, long-awaited rule that would regulate e- cigarettes by extending the FDA's tobacco authority to other tobacco products, including e-cigarettes.

SL homeowners receive sewer insurance ad on city letterhead

04/25/2014 8:59am
If you own property in Salt Lake City, you may have received an advertisement for private sewer line insurance on government letterhead.

Lockdown lifted at 1 Utah prison

04/25/2014 9:12am
The lockdown at the Central Utah Correctional Facility in Gunnison has been lifted.

Ask a Chef: How to cure your own bacon

04/25/2014 9:57am
If you're a bacon lover, it's safe to say that bacon makes most things better. Now it's time to make your bacon better by curing it yourself.

Utah is the nerdiest place in the country

04/25/2014 10:04am
Estately recently published a study using Facebook user data to crown Utah "The Nerdiest State in America."

TJ Maxx evacuated due to 'toxic odor'

04/25/2014 10:38am
Emergency crews evacuated a TJ Maxx store Friday morning when employees complained of feeling sick after breathing a "toxic odor."

5 ways to make camping with children easy

04/25/2014 11:01am
Camping with young children can be a nightmare but by utilizing a few clever ideas, you can make your camping trip a success.

Price father, son charged as accomplices in child rape case

04/25/2014 11:37am
A father and son from Price have been charged as accomplices in a child rape case after police said they admitted to giving the accused rapist a place to have sex with a 13-year-old girl and did nothing to stop the crime.

Google Fiber considers free public Wi-Fi

04/25/2014 11:45am
Cities with Google Fiber may also receive free public Wi-Fi in the future, according to documents distributed by the company.

SLC police arrest 11 in major narcotics sting

04/25/2014 12:48pm
The Salt Lake City Narcotics Unit arrested 11 people within a two-block radius in a crackdown on buying and dealing drugs over the past 48 hours.

Utah one of the best places in country to live, poll says

04/25/2014 3:27pm
If you live in Utah, chances are good you love it here. According to a recent Gallup poll, Utahns rate their state as one of the best places in the country to live.

Grave robbers likely struck during rancher dispute

04/25/2014 3:48pm
Amid a dispute between ranchers and the Bureau of Land Management, the desecration of a grave in the area may have gone unnoticed.

Medical and rescue equipment donated to Utah state parks

04/25/2014 4:27pm
AAA Utah announced Friday the donation of $70,000 to Utah State Parks for medical and rescue equipment. The gift will provide park rangers with greater access to life saving medical devices and training opportunities.

Suspect at large after car chase on I-15 injures officer

04/25/2014 5:17pm
A police officer suffered an arm injury and a man is on the loose following a car chase on I-15 Thursday night.

Rededication, open house dates set for Ogden LDS Temple

04/25/2014 5:46pm
The Ogden Utah Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will be rededicated in September, the church announced Friday.

Deer Creek water tests "all clear" after diesel spill

04/25/2014 6:14pm
Testing of Deer Creek Reservoir showed Friday hardly any of the diesel fuel remained after a truck hauling turkeys crashed into the reservoir Thursday. The aqueduct carrying the water will resume service to convey the water to a treatment plant.

Rare Mormon gold coins sell for $1.8M total at auction

04/25/2014 7:13pm
Gold coins made by Mormon Pioneers in 1849 attracted buyers who spent hundreds of thousands to add them to their collections.

Embattled Nevada rancher 'not the face' of public lands issue, Herbert says

04/25/2014 7:27pm
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday the battle with the federal government being waged by Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy over grazing rights has nothing to do with Utah's efforts to control its public lands.

Rancher says he's not racist, still defiant over grazing battle

04/25/2014 7:27pm
Cliven Bundy — the Nevada rancher turned conservative folk hero for bucking the federal government's attempts to stop his cattle from grazing on public land — admits he doesn't understand the bipartisan uproar over his comments suggesting blacks might have been better off under slavery.

Progress made, a long way to go to end racism

04/25/2014 7:43pm
As the nation celebrates the 50th anniversary of the passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, community leaders reminded Utahns Friday that standing up against racism and discrimination is a work in progress.

Man accused of abusing girlfriend's baby before near-fatal crash

04/25/2014 7:57pm
A Duchesne man who was involved in a near-fatal crash in March had physically abused his girlfriend's baby a short time before the wreck, according to charges filed Wednesday.

Utah police agencies to collect unwanted prescription drugs Saturday

04/25/2014 8:01pm
Law enforcement agencies across Utah will take part Saturday in the National Prescription Drug Take Back event, an annual opportunity for people to safely dispose of unwanted or expired medications.

Boy injured in South Jordan bike crash

04/25/2014 8:51pm
A 10-year-old boy was in critical condition after attempting to cross a South Jordan street on his bicycle and was hit by a vehicle.

Baby found crawling in traffic in Brigham City

04/25/2014 9:47pm
A baby boy was found crawling across the street in Brigham City, police said.

Young girl loses leg, gains support of community

04/25/2014 10:03pm
A young girl from Springville had her leg amputated three weeks ago and is adjusting to life on one leg. Her community rallied around her and held a walk-a-thon in her honor. Paralympian Keith Gabel heard about it and went as her guest.

'Jacked-Up Jerry' ready to sell 'Doomsday House' in Four Corners area

04/25/2014 10:23pm
A home is for sale in the Four Corners area that owner Jerry McMullin says is built to withstand all manner of disasters — earthquakes, biological or chemical attacks and nuclear war. And he just slashed the price from $11.5 million to $5.9 million.

Armed suspects rob American Fork market

04/25/2014 10:26pm
Police are looking for two armed suspects who robbed a store Thursday night.

Multiple crashes near Beaver due to dust

04/25/2014 10:44pm
A dust storm caused several accidents on southbound I-15 between Beaver and Parowan.

Wildfire threatening 30 Cedar City homes contained

04/25/2014 10:45pm
Local, state and federal fire agencies were working to contain a 30- acre wildfire that was threatening about 30 homes near Cedar City Friday.

Teen injured in late-night shooting

04/25/2014 11:20pm
West Valley police are investigating a shooting that put a teen in the hospital.

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