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Tennis club damaged by landslide to reopen

08/14/2014 7:59am
The Eagleridge Tennis and Swim Club plans to open its doors this week after a landslide forced the facility to close more than a week ago.

Bee theft impacts Davis County brothers

08/14/2014 8:46am
Two brothers in Davis County hope someone will come forward after thieves stole their bees. Money raised was being used to fund LDS missions.

Ask a Chef: Sweet Utah peaches

08/14/2014 10:04am
Utah peaches are a mouth watering delight when in season. Here's how to get the most out of them this year.

Utah outdoorsmen seek submissions of hunting stories for book

08/14/2014 10:47am
In an effort to preserve a "bygone era" of hunting, two Utah men are asking for public submissions of hunting stories and recipes to create a book.

'Armed and dangerous' man leads officers on high-speed chase, police say

08/14/2014 11:04am
A man with an extensive criminal history who has warrants out for his arrest led police on a high-speed chase and was still at large early Thursday.

Tire failure causes fatal accident, police say

08/14/2014 11:10am
A woman died in a single-car accident after one of the rear tires on her vehicle failed Wednesday, police said.

Petition asks district to sponsor visas for immersion teachers

08/14/2014 11:29am
A group of parents is asking the Jordan School District to keep qualified language immersion teachers in the district by sponsoring work visas.

Speeding motorcyclist crashes while evading officers, police say

08/14/2014 11:38am
A motorcyclist was transported to the hospital with serious injuries after hitting a steel cable at a construction site while evading officers Wednesday, police said.

4 natural wonders to visit near Kanab

08/14/2014 11:47am
Kanab, known as the greatest concentration of natural wonders anywhere on earth, is a central location for many state and national parks and forests. Here are some things to do while on a visit to Kanab.

3 men tied to 3 burglaries in downtown SLC, police say

08/14/2014 1:09pm
Police are seeking three men who have been tied to three burglaries in the downtown Salt Lake City area, police said.

Vandals spray-paint, shoot near Lake Mountain rock art

08/14/2014 1:34pm
The Bureau of Land Management in Utah is offering up to $500 for information leading to the arrest of vandals who spray-painted more than a dozen targets near Native American rock art at Lake Mountain in Utah County and then shot targets.

Tackling military segregation on the silver screen

08/14/2014 2:04pm
Even history buffs may overlook the valiant efforts of African-American soldiers serving in the U.S. military's segregated armies during the second World War, but a new film strives to bring that important past to light.

Video shows ‘how the sun sees you,’ reveals unseen damage

08/14/2014 3:00pm
When you look at your face in the mirror, there is likely sun damage lurking under the surface that you can't see.

Provo teen hopes to meet namesake, singer Beck Hansen

08/14/2014 3:29pm
A 16-year-old Provo girl hopes to meet her namesake, Beck Hansen, at his concert Thursday evening in Salt Lake City.

Crews working hard to contain West Nile virus

08/14/2014 4:01pm
Mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus have been identified in at least seven counties across Utah, five of which are the most populated counties in the state.

Park City Mountain Resort willing to pay 'fair market' lease to Talisker

08/14/2014 5:01pm
A court hearing has been set for Aug. 27 in the ongoing mediation between Park City Mountain Resort and Talisker Land Holdings.

Some polygamous families face eviction over fees

08/14/2014 5:50pm
Fourteen families who live in a community once controlled by polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs could be evicted from their homes on the Utah-Arizona border in the coming weeks if they don't begin paying a $100-a-month fee to authorities appointed to oversee their property.

Judge dismisses $100M fraud case against Alpine businessman

08/14/2014 6:11pm
A federal judge Thursday dismissed a long-running $100 million fraud case against Alpine businessman Claud R. "Rick" Koerber.

1 dead, 2 injured after SLC motorcycle accident

08/14/2014 6:18pm
A motorcyclist who sped away for an unknown reason when approached by police crashed into the side of an SUV, resulting in his death and critically inuring his female passenger.

Man dies from injuries at demolition derby

08/14/2014 6:25pm
A 41-year-old Hooper man working as a safety officer at the Davis County Fair was killed in an accident during the fair's demolition derby Wednesday.

Officials identify woman chemically burned at restaurant

08/14/2014 6:26pm
A 67-year-old woman who accidentally put a highly toxic industrial cleaning chemical in her mouth while believing she was drinking tea at a South Jordan restaurant was in critical condition Thursday.

Utah WWII veteran’s family awarded Distinguished Flying Cross

08/14/2014 6:58pm
Nearly 70 years ago, Air Force 1st Lt. Boyd Madsen flew dozens of dangerous missions over Japan. He died in May 2003 at the age of 81 and never received the Distinguished Flying Cross medal he earned in 1945.

Man missing overnight found, police say

08/14/2014 7:11pm
A 66-year-old man with mental disabilities who had been missing overnight was found Thursday evening.

Man flees from police, hits oncoming vehicle, police say

08/14/2014 7:49pm
A man was arrested Thursday afternoon after he fled from police and hit an oncoming car, police said.

Principal on leave in wake of domestic violence charges

08/14/2014 7:52pm
Emery County prosecutors have filed misdemeanor assault and weapons charges against Dennis Jones, the principal at Cottonwood Elementary School in Orangeville, following an apparent domestic dispute between Jones and his wife.

Utah National Guard paratroopers land in Sanpete County

08/14/2014 8:52pm
A Special Forces unit from the Utah National Guard is training in Sanpete County.

Ridesharing services discussed at SL city council meeting

08/14/2014 9:33pm
Many peer-to peer ridesharing company drivers are operating illegally in Salt Lake City and accruing hefty fines. The City Council met Tuesday to discuss ordinance changes that will keep the drivers on the street.

WWII vet served country, received education in return

08/14/2014 9:59pm
Seventy years ago, Ken Garrett put on a uniform and trained to go into action.

Silent protest in SL decries officer-involved deaths in Utah, Missouri

08/14/2014 10:14pm
A contrast to gunshots and Molotov cocktails in Ferguson, Missouri, a group at Salt Lake Community College sat silently Thursday, red bands tied around their arms.

Ogden police asking for help locating mother and son

08/14/2014 10:27pm
Police are looking for a mother and her 7-year-old son last seen on August 8.

Police: Don't leave auto-pedestrian crash even when victim says, 'I'm fine'

08/14/2014 10:28pm
Police and a Logan woman are asking for help to find the driver involved in a Monday auto-pedestrian crash that left a Utah State University grad student hurting.

1 injured after shots fired in South Salt Lake neighborhood

08/14/2014 10:28pm
A man is in critical condition after shots were fired outside a residence.

New Utah lead for missing Pennsylvania woman

08/14/2014 10:39pm
The search for a missing Pennsylvania woman continues but with a new lead. A Utah couple claims they saw 37-year-old Susan Bachman.

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