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Embattled doctor surrenders Utah medical license

07/22/2014 6:58am
A doctor who was stripped of his license to prescribe controlled substances by state regulators earlier this month has surrendered his Utah medical license.

Tickets available for Ogden LDS temple open house

07/22/2014 7:36am
Anticipation is building in Ogden as finishing touches are being put on the renovated temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Tips for selling your home in today's market

07/22/2014 9:11am
It's confusing to know whether this is the best time to jump into the housing market. Is it a buyers' or a sellers' market? And what about pricing?

Utah ranks 11th for child well-being, study shows

07/22/2014 9:33am
Utah ranks 11th best among states for child well-being, according to an annual report. It shows last year, Utah ranked 14th. This year's ranking makes Utah one of the most improved states.

3 tips to make the most out of road trips

07/22/2014 10:12am
Summer weekend always bring with them a temptation for a road trip. Make sure you have the basics covered before you hit the road for a trip.

Utah man to compete in International Tree Climbing Championship

07/22/2014 11:01am
After years of scaling trees for a power company, a West Jordan man is now headed to the International Tree Climbing Championship.

Harvard student from Utah, boyfriend invent cake in a can

07/22/2014 12:32pm
The laziness and/or genius of humans rose to a whole new level after two Harvard students invented a cake that sprays from a can.

Gravity provides secret to shape of natural arches, study finds

07/22/2014 1:35pm
Gravity has been the secret factor that gives sandstone arches its shape, according to a new study.

Controlling the silent killer

07/22/2014 2:21pm
Blood pressure is one of America's silent killers. Make sure you have the proper information so you know if you're at risk.

Man sentenced to prison in connection with 2011 Provo killing

07/22/2014 2:32pm
The second of three men charged in the 2011 shooting death of a Provo man has been ordered to prison.

2 charged in South Salt Lake shooting death

07/22/2014 5:28pm
Two men arrested in connection with the gang-related shooting death of a man in late June have now been charged with the crime.

Woman steals car from man giving her ride, police say

07/22/2014 6:02pm
Police are asking for help to identify a woman who they say stole a car from a man who was giving her a ride.

Boy starts 2-alarm fire in Cottonwood Heights, destroys home

07/22/2014 7:04pm
A juvenile playing with a lighter was believed to have started a two- alarm fire that destroyed a Cottonwood Heights home Tuesday.

Mortality rate of Utah pioneers matched national average, study says

07/22/2014 8:04pm
While many pioneers died on their journey to Utah, a new study shows their mortality rate was not much greater than national averages at the time.

Thousands get Days of '47 parade sneak peek at float party

07/22/2014 8:19pm
More than 16,000 people came to the South Towne Expo Center in Sandy Monday to see 30 of the 50 Days of '47 Parade floats, three days in advance of the big parade

Video: 5 misconceptions about your local rodeo

07/22/2014 8:33pm
Loaded with a camera and sense of humor, KSL-TV's art director sets out to clear up five misconceptions you may have about rodeos. (There used to be six misconceptions, but we think he mythed one.)

Standoff with barricaded woman ends peacefully, police say

07/22/2014 8:51pm
Police said Tuesday night that shots were fired and a woman was barricaded in an apartment at Pebble Creek Apartments.

Young pilots are common, experts say

07/22/2014 8:59pm
Flight instructors say they aren't surprised to hear that the pilot killed in a plane crash near the Utah-Arizona border Sunday was so young — only 19 years old.

5 great tips for fishing with kids

07/22/2014 9:00pm
Fishing benefits kids in many ways. While taking kids fishing can be a difficult task, here are five great tips to ease the adventure.

21 protesters arrested at Utah tar sands mine

07/22/2014 9:06pm
Twenty-one people from 10 states were arrested Monday during a protest that "became physical" at a controversial tar sands mine in northeastern Utah, according to the Uintah County Sheriff's Office.

10 ways to enhance your introverted child’s leadership qualities

07/22/2014 9:16pm
Highly successful individuals as diverse as Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, Hillary Clinton and J.K. Rowling are self-described introverts. The secret of their successes? Embracing rather than battling their innate strengths as introverts.

Bluffdale man who shot neighbor released from prison

07/22/2014 9:18pm
A man convicted in the shooting of a neighborhood watchman in Bluffdale three years ago was released from prison on Tuesday.

Lindon man accused of killing ex-wife's husband appears in court

07/22/2014 9:39pm
A Lindon man accused of trying to kill his ex- wife and instead shooting her husband to death returned to court Tuesday afternoon.

Utah legislative candidate accused of kidnapping, selling pain medication

07/22/2014 9:52pm
A Democratic candidate for the Utah Legislature was charged Monday with aggravated kidnapping.

Kamas family shaken by tragedy receives support from community

07/22/2014 10:24pm
Family and friends are pulling together to buoy up a Kamas family who in the wake of a tragic accident with a daughter also lost a mother.

Mother of missing 13-year-old girl hands out fliers, hopes for clues

07/22/2014 10:30pm
Jaelyn Gruenebaum, who turned 13 this past weekend, is missing after walking away from the Kearns Recreation Center Monday evening.

Residents on standby as fire rages in Tooele; firefighters fight blaze in Morgan

07/22/2014 10:33pm
A community in Tooele County on is standby Tuesday as a wildfire continues to char the landscape behind their homes. Officials say they "don't have much containment" on the fire due to hot weather and windy conditions.

Cross-state data sharing system helps find missing infant

07/22/2014 10:54pm
A month-long search for a missing infant from Montana ended right here in Utah this week, and law enforcement agencies said it's all thanks to a cross-state data sharing system.

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