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Man with dementia found safe, police say

03/01/2014 10:14am
A 52-year-old man with dementia who was reported as missing has been found uninjured, police say.

Legislature honors families of 19 Utah fallen soldiers

03/01/2014 11:11am
More than a dozen families somberly filed into the Senate and House chambers Friday, some clutching framed photographs of their loved ones who served in the armed forces.

Survivors share their stories of healing during National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

03/01/2014 12:34pm
Two eating disorder survivors share their stories of healing during National Eating Disorder Awareness week.

$1.6M gift to support animal adoptions received by S.L. County

03/01/2014 1:01pm
The Salt Lake County Council has received the final installment of a $1.6 million gift to establish the Ronald N. Boyce and Coral Darlene Boyce Pet Adoption Endowment Fund to support animal adoptions.

Blue Angels wrap up preseason tour in St. George

03/01/2014 1:43pm
The Blue Angles were in St. George Friday, rehearsing for an air show tour that will take place this summer.

Protecting Utah's kids: 2 stories of sexual abuse and tips on preventing it

03/01/2014 4:09pm
There are signs of grooming that parents should be aware of to empower their children to detect and report abuse.

23 Mormon missionaries in Ukraine transferred as precaution

03/01/2014 5:23pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has removed 23 missionaries in the Dnepropetrovsk Mission from the Crimean peninsula due to civil unrest, a church spokesman said Saturday.

State revenue higher than expected, but what will the money fund?

03/01/2014 7:01pm
Lawmakers learned Friday they have a little more money to spend in the new budget year that begins July 1, but it's nowhere near enough to cover all of the new programs being pitched this session.

Rare disease patients urged to aid research, 'become experts' in own conditions

03/01/2014 9:12pm
Physicians and families shared common experiences and called for continued research at Utah's first Rare Disease Day event at the State Capitol.

'Cart Dart' participants dress up, compete to raise money for children

03/01/2014 9:36pm
Taylorsville hosted its 4th annual "Cart Dart" Saturday. The event is held on the first Saturday in March each year, regardless of the weather, in an effort to foster a sense of community and fun.

Woman pleads guilty in 2013 robbery, officer-involved shooting

03/01/2014 10:00pm
A woman accused of being half of a female duo involved in a number of robberies pleaded guilty to charges stemming from an officer- involved shooting incident in Murray.

Count My Vote deal to be announced in Sunday press conference

03/01/2014 10:14pm
Lawmakers who back the state's caucus-convention system and backers of the Count My Vote citizen initiative for direct primary elections have apparently come to an agreement that satisfies both camps. A press conference is scheduled for Sunday.

Tooele County residents urge toughness in decision on Stericycle move

03/01/2014 10:33pm
Tooele County residents urged state lawmakers to carefully consider all impacts of relocating the controversial Stericycle medical waste incinerator from North Salt Lake to a site west of Tooele.

Utahn ranks No. 12 in ‘state of well-being’, survey finds

03/01/2014 11:59pm
After spending several years among the states with the highest rating of overall "well-being" nationwide, Utah has fallen out of favor.

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