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Watching the 'miracle' of adoption: An aunt's perspective

07/10/2014 8:02am
After years of struggle, the difficult decision for adoption finally came. There was mourning that there would never be a child conceived by them, but great excitement that they could still have their baby.

Council votes no on study for possible split from Jordan district

07/10/2014 8:28am
The West Jordan City Council declined Wednesday to commission a study that would look at the feasibility of separating from the Jordan School District.

Free Slurpees for 7-Eleven day

07/10/2014 9:32am
Keeping up its annual tradition, 7-Eleven will be giving Slurpee lovers a free slushed ice drink Friday.

Preschool solutions aim at close 'preparedness gap' in Ogden

07/10/2014 9:42am
Ogden residents are coming together to solve what residents say is their No. 1 problem: lack of affordable preschool. Solutions could save big money and benefit little lives.

Teen drowning victim identified

07/10/2014 9:50am
A 14-year-old boy who drowned while swimming with friends at Hyrum Reservoir on Wednesday has been identified by police as Tucker Smith of American Fork.

Mom charged in child's death to undergo more treatment

07/10/2014 10:07am
Officials at the Utah state mental hospital are recommending that a northern Utah woman accused of killing her 2-year-old son receive three to six months more of treatment.

19 Utah farmers markets accepting food stamps

07/10/2014 10:20am
Officials say 19 farmers markets will accept food stamps this summer in a move aimed at getting healthier food in the hands of Utah's low-income families.

5 close-to-home camping spots near SLC

07/10/2014 11:01am
Filled with national and state parks, Utah is a place thousands each year come to camp and experience the serenity that is the outdoors. Many of these spots are family friendly and closer to home than you may think.

Mom charged in child's death to get more treatment

07/10/2014 11:44am
Officials at the Utah State Hospital are recommending that a northern Utah woman accused of killing her 2-year-old son receive three to six months more of treatment.

Have You Seen This? Aerial fish stocking

07/10/2014 1:15pm
The Division of Wildlife Resources tweeted incredible video footage Wednesday that shows the surprising way that several Utah lakes are stocked with fish.

4 hotel deals just in time for the weekend

07/10/2014 2:39pm
Want to do something spontaneous and fun this weekend? Check out these last minute travel deals.

Virus detected in baby 'cured' of HIV

07/10/2014 4:39pm
A Mississippi baby scientists said was "functionally cured" of HIV now has detectable levels of the virus in her blood, 27 months after being taken off antiretroviral drugs, her doctors say.

A look at the cost to keep, move Utah State Fair

07/10/2014 5:11pm
The future of the State Fair is at risk, and you might have the power to save it just by calling your legislators.

Some Utah babies more likely to die than others, report says

07/10/2014 6:29pm
A new health department report shows that babies born to Pacific Islander and African-American mothers in Utah are more likely to die than others.

Woman shot and killed by step-father, police say

07/10/2014 6:38pm
Officers found the body of a woman in a driveway after receiving reports of a domestic dispute Thursday.

Utah fathers create projects to build relationships

07/10/2014 7:08pm
In an effort to increase the time families spend together, three Utah fathers created a company that allows users to build toys and gadgets in an affordable, do-it-yourself project.

Woman finds gold ring, searches for owner

07/10/2014 7:51pm
A Harrisville woman has turned to Facebook to locate the owner of a ring she found while camping.

Utah sees sharp decline in rookie police officers

07/10/2014 8:22pm
TV shows like "Law and Order: SVU," "CHiPS," and even the old "Adam 12" made it cool to be cop. But over the past decade Utah has experienced a sharp decline of rookie police officers. News Specialist Debbie Dujanovic examines possible reasons why.

Police ID 2 killed in separate crashes on I-15

07/10/2014 8:45pm
Two people died and two more were injured in separate overnight crashes on I-15. Police have identified the driver killed near Cedar City.

Wanted man injured during officer-involved shooting

07/10/2014 8:46pm
An officer-involved shooting in West Jordan early Thursday left one man in serious condition.

Utah considers rejecting daylight saving time

07/10/2014 9:02pm
Utah residents said Thursday that officials should reject daylight saving time and join Arizona and Hawaii as the only states that don't adjust their clocks.

Popular bike ride in S.L. leaves cyclists with no ride and no refund

07/10/2014 10:15pm
A popular bike ride in Salt Lake City has been going on for decades, until now. The Cycle Salt Lake Century was canceled at the last minute this year, leaving hundreds of cyclists without a ride or a refund.

Congress needs to act now on immigration reform, Utahns say

07/10/2014 10:29pm
Utahns — and Americans — overwhelmingly believe the nation's immigration system is broken and Congress needs to address the issue this year, new polls commissioned by the Partnership for a New American Economy show.

Freeway reopens near 3600 S; crews still working to contain fire

07/10/2014 10:32pm
A fire shut down I-15 near 3600 South for roughly an hour.

Utahn accused of killing 6 in Texas has history of violence

07/10/2014 10:47pm
Ronald Lee Haskell, 33, has a history of domestic violence problems while living in northern Utah, according to court records.