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Romney tries to re-emerge as force in GOP politics

06/12/2014 7:25am
Once fearing he would be viewed as "a loser for life" if he failed to win the presidency, Mitt Romney is trying to re-emerge as a force in Republican politics.

Troopers spot alarming trend 20 days into summer campaign

06/12/2014 7:36am
Utah drivers are about to see more troopers on the roads. Twenty days into the 100 deadliest days of summer, crashes have already claimed more than a dozen lives.

Terminal 20-year-old hopes to visit biological family for 'bucket list'

06/12/2014 8:03am
A 20-year-old woman was given eight weeks to live and her "bucket list" wish is to visit her biological family in New Zealand and Tonga.

Prison inmates graduate high school, 'couldn't be more proud'

06/12/2014 8:28am
Graduating from high school is not an easy feat, especially when a person is taking classes while serving time in prison.

Police seek teens who robbed pharmacy

06/12/2014 8:41am
Draper police are on the lookout for two or three males in connection with the robbery of a Walgreen's Tuesday night.

DUI charges filed in hit-run that killed man, 79

06/12/2014 9:12am
A 44-year-old West Valley City man has been charged with driving under the influence in a hit-and-run that killed a 79-year-old man.

Ask a Chef: Homemade barbeque sauces

06/12/2014 10:35am
Barbeque and summer go hand in hand, but there's so much more than your traditional barbeque sauce from the store.

5 reasons Utah fishing is unbeatable

06/12/2014 11:01am
From trophy-sized stripers to delicate grayling and from monster browns to land-locked salmon, Utah boasts an impressive array of fishing opportunities. Here are five reasons that our state ranks among the best of the best.

7 things you should know before financing a car

06/12/2014 2:00pm
Need a car and can't pay cash for it? Follow these tips before you get financing.

Elite refs favor players from own country, BYU study finds

06/12/2014 3:01pm
The higher the stakes, the more likely elite soccer referees are to favor players from their home country, according to a new BYU study.

Utah ski resort visits up for 2nd straight year

06/12/2014 4:49pm
Utah mountain resorts say more skiers and snowboarders visited their slopes this year for the second consecutive season.

Body recovered from Lake Powell identified

06/12/2014 4:58pm
The body of a 22-year-old man from Salt Lake City was recovered Thursday afternoon from the Bullfrog Marina area.

Charges filed against suspected shooter on reservation

06/12/2014 6:03pm
Charges have been filed against a man suspected of killing one person and wounding two others in a shooting Wednesday on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation.

Small quake near Bountiful puts emphasis on preparedness

06/12/2014 7:05pm
A 3.3-magnitude earthquake startled residents along the Wasatch Front Wednesday night. There have since been about five aftershocks, and they all have been very small — four below magnitude 1, and one registered at a 1 magnitude.

Depression among men's health top risk factors

06/12/2014 7:09pm
Depression is among the top risk factors for men's health. We boil it down to five essentials to keep you on track.

Attempted assault reported after man walks into elderly woman's home

06/12/2014 7:51pm
Police are looking for a man who walked into an 80-year-old woman's home Tuesday morning and attempted to assault her, then peeked in the windows at another house.

Oregon police looking for missing West Jordan man

06/12/2014 7:52pm
Oregon State Police say officers at an Eastern Oregon rest stop have found the belongings of a missing Utah man who hasn't been taking his medications and could be a threat to himself or others.

Delays continue in Martin MacNeill murder sentencing

06/12/2014 7:56pm
The Pleasant Grove doctor convicted of murdering his wife returned yet again to court Thursday morning where his attorney argued for a new murder trial.

$10M hay fire 'going to burn for a long time,' fire marshal says

06/12/2014 8:01pm
A fire at a Tremonton hay plant has caused between $8 million and $10 million in damage, fire officials said Thursday.

Father accused of chaining child to bed charged

06/12/2014 8:20pm
Criminal charges were filed Wednesday against a Logan father who police say chained his 6-year- old son to a bed while he was at work.

Driver accused of DUI crashes through 2 yards

06/12/2014 8:22pm
An Orangeville man is facing a DUI charge after a spectacular Tuesday night crash that ended with his truck overturned in the front yard of a Price home.

3 stories from 90 years of Peery’s Egyptian Theater

06/12/2014 9:34pm
As Peery's Egyptian Theater celebrates its 90th birthday, we spoke with three people who have intimate ties to the theater to share their experiences.

Falling (and staying) in love with Jane Austen in Utah

06/12/2014 10:15pm
Austen fans throughout the state have plenty of places and forums to gather and discuss their love of Jane Austen.

Fire season well underway as officials contain Draper fire

06/12/2014 10:24pm
Utah's fire season is already well underway, with several wildfires burning throughout the state in the past week.

Carbon County crews starting trees on fire to help — not hurt

06/12/2014 10:30pm
Fire crews in Carbon County are starting their own fires in order to prevent bigger, more out of control fires, and they are using a helicopter to do so.

Mother of sexually assaulted 8-year-old girl speaks out

06/12/2014 11:02pm
Police are looking for a man who sexually assaulted an 8-year-old girl in Kearns Monday.