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Man ordered to stand trial in Iron County deputy's shooting

08/03/2014 8:16am
A 41-year-old man has been ordered to stand trial on charges he shot and injured an Iron County sheriff's deputy last December.

With help, Ogden woman breaking cycle of homelessness

08/03/2014 8:59am
For 20-year-old Charline Gee, being able to say she is employed, paying rent and staying away from harmful substances brings much sense of accomplishment.

Chinatown Supermarket opens in South Salt Lake

08/03/2014 9:43am
The opening of an Asian supermarket at South Salt Lake's Chinatown was celebrated with a cultural gathering Wednesday.

Jordan School District opens doors on its last planned school

08/03/2014 11:11am
After years of growth and school construction, Jordan School District opened the doors Monday on its newest elementary in Herriman, the final building planned for the area.

July brings consumer index record level in Utah

08/03/2014 12:49pm
The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index increased 6.6 points to 104.9 from June to July, landing at an all-time high. Utah's consumer attitude index has improved 19.4 points over the past 12 months.

13 campers rescued from flood in Washington County slot canyon

08/03/2014 1:45pm
Thirteen people were rescued from a slot canyon after a flood wiped out their campsite Saturday.

Motorcyclist injured in I-80 crash

08/03/2014 6:42pm
A man walked away with only minor injuries after crashing his motorcycle on I-80 in Summit County.

Police: DUI driver flees officers, collides with vehicle, house

08/03/2014 7:20pm
A DUI driver fled from police before crashing into a parked vehicle and pushing it into a house Sunday morning, police said.

Highland deer management program yielded 33K meals for homeless

08/03/2014 9:06pm
Highland's deer management program, which contracts with specialized archers to harvest urban deer that live in the city, is expected to begin this fall after a successful season last year.

Utah kicks off National Farmers Market Week at Wheeler Historic Farm

08/03/2014 9:07pm
The line for the fresh-cooked breakfast Sunday at the Wasatch Front Farmers Market at Wheeler Historic Farm never seemed to get any shorter as people waited patiently for plates piled high with locally sourced food.

Mothers, social worker urge compassion regarding death of Hurricane baby

08/03/2014 9:14pm
The death of an 11-month-old Hurricane girl who had been left inside a hot car has stirred a lot of surprising emotions among Utahns over the past couple of days. Some people are angry, but others urge parents to be more compassionate.

LDS Church leader to celebrate 92nd birthday this week

08/03/2014 10:28pm
The oldest general authority of the LDS Church will celebrate a birthday this week: Elder L. Tom Perry, of the church's Quorum of the Twelve, will turn 92 on Tuesday. In celebration, his children shared some thoughts about their father.

Life Flight crew finds injured man in Wasatch County

08/03/2014 10:41pm
Officials from the Wasatch County Sheriff's Office are crediting a Life Flight helicopter crew with saving an overdue hiker's life after they spotted him Sunday in the mountains east of Heber City.

Detached trailer blamed for chain-reaction crash on I-15

08/03/2014 10:41pm
A detached trailer created a chain reaction of accidents that included a toppled semitrailer and serious delays on I-15 near the I-215 interchange Sunday evening.

Witnesses recall 'chaos' following Roy fireworks explosion

08/03/2014 10:46pm
Ten people were injured Saturday night after a firework went awry at the annual Roy Days festival, according to the Roy City Fire Department. While none had serious injuries, witnesses say it was a night of chaos they'll not soon forget.