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Board unanimously approves Utah air quality improvement plan

12/07/2013 9:33am
A plan seven years in the making to improve the state's air quality received unanimous approval from the Utah Air Quality Board on Wednesday.

Budding chocolate industry may put Utah on map

12/07/2013 10:47am
Davis Artisan Chocolate is among the fine chocolate companies in Utah that just might put the state on the industry map, said Matt Caputo, chocolate expert and Tony Caputo's director of marketing.

Angel Tree campaign benefits abused, at-risk youths

12/07/2013 11:23am
Hundreds of abused, neglected and at-risk children and teens will be receiving something special for Christmas this year, thanks to the ninth annual Youth Services Angel Tree campaign.

Fertility drugs lead to more big multiple births

12/07/2013 12:02pm
Triplets-and-more increasingly are the result of drugs given to women to make them produce eggs — not from using multiple embryos from IVF, or lab-dish fertilization, new research shows.

Logan hydropower project exposes need for regulation reform

12/07/2013 12:55pm
Installing a micro-hydropower turbine to generate electricity by water already flowing down Logan Canyon ended up costing the city more than it bargained for, because the regulatory process was frustrating and onerous.

Delivery of 3 major Utah newspapers delayed

12/07/2013 4:48pm
An unprecedented problem is to blame for subscribers of the Deseret News, The Salt Lake Tribune and the Daily Herald not seeing their Saturday newspapers on time. Sunday delivery should be on-time, however.

Magna mom charged with abuse after allegedly getting 13-year-old son drunk

12/07/2013 4:52pm
A Magna woman was charged Friday with felony child abuse after allegedly giving her 13-year-old son enough alcohol to cause him to pass out.

Swallow investigators find more data missing, plan public meeting

12/07/2013 5:07pm
As the Utah House committee looking into now former Attorney General John Swallow started wrapping up its work, investigators discovered another missing electronic data device this past week. Additionally, the committee voted unanimously to share all their findings with the public.

Officers, crew of USS Utah honored at State Capitol ceremony

12/07/2013 6:55pm
On the 72nd anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a memorial ceremony in Utah Saturday honored the officers and crew of the Battleship Utah that was bombed that day.

Victim's mother: Why 'evil did not win' at Sandy Hook

12/07/2013 7:38pm
Next week will mark the one-year anniversary of the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. To mark the event, Emilee Parker's mother is sharing how she and her family are working to honoring her daughter's memory through giving to others.

Tooele students represent Utah in Pearl Harbor Parade

12/07/2013 9:12pm
Lots of ceremonies and events took place in Hawaii Saturday, as the nation remembered the attacks on Pearl Harbor. Tooele High School's marching band was among those invited to participate in the commemoration events.

Roy man completes cycling journey of thanks

12/07/2013 10:41pm
A man who began a journey to bike across America earlier this year, as a way of saying thank you to those who had saved his life, is back home in Utah. Although there were several obstacles along the way, Bob Quick reached his goal this past week.

St. George shut down by snow; roads dicey in northern Utah

12/07/2013 11:06pm
St. George got a rare glimpse of falling snow Saturday — enough that much of the city has been forced to shut down and wait out the storm. In the north, UHP troopers reported over 150 traffic accidents in Utah, Weber and Davis counties.

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Updated: Wednesday February 20, 2019 12:40 pm