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Bailiff asks reporter to cover shoulders before entering Ogden courthouse

06/10/2014 7:11am
A reporter showed too much skin for the comfort of an Ogden bailiff working the security checkpoint at a courthouse entrance, so he asked her to cover up her arms.

73-day wait for veterans seeking care at Salt Lake VA, audit finds

06/10/2014 7:52am
Salt Lake's Veterans Affairs Medical Center has the ninth-longest wait in the country for new patients seeking primary care, according to an audit released Monday.

Woman named as 'honorary prom queen' dies

06/10/2014 8:05am
A Spanish Fork woman who was recently crowned as an honorary prom queen passed away Sunday night.

Utah wildlife officials: Don't pet or pick up deer

06/10/2014 8:46am
State wildlife officials are warning that young deer and elk tend to venture out of the woods and into Utah neighborhoods during summer months.

Actress' father thriving after receiving historic heart treatment at U.

06/10/2014 9:16am
Six months after a historic heart procedure, Ernie Lively is living up to his name. He moved to Utah in 2011 after he was diagnosed with heart disease. In November, he became the first person to receive retrograde gene therapy treatment in the U.S.

Take these steps to safeguard against skin cancer

06/10/2014 10:01am
Diving into the details of how you can protect yourself from harmful cancer causing agents while soaking up the sun this summer.

Surfers riding the waves of the Colorado River

06/10/2014 10:14am
The Colorado River is seeing historic levels at the Whitewater Park in Glenwood Springs. And surfers are flocking to Colorado to catch a rare wave.

Police ID Utah man who died in Kansas plane crash

06/10/2014 10:44am
Police have identified a Utah man who died in a plane crash in Kansas over the weekend.

5 reasons to visit Lexington, VA

06/10/2014 11:52am
Lexington, Virginia is a historic town with unique sights including the Washington & Lee University, the resting places of both "Stonewall" Jackson and Robert E. Lee, the Virginia Military Institute, the perfect bookstore, and a great local coffee shop.

Man robbed by couple pretending to be officers, police say

06/10/2014 1:37pm
Salt Lake police officers are searching for a man and woman who falsely represented themselves as police officers to steal a man's wallet, car and cellphone Monday night.

6 ways wireless hotspots can change your life

06/10/2014 2:00pm
As Americans' lives move online, being caught without Internet can be a bit like getting stuck a good two decades in the past. Find out how wireless hotspots can change your life — and make it far more convenient.

Interactive PSA reminds of danger in texting, driving

06/10/2014 2:01pm
A public service announcement released by Volkswagen has gone viral by simulating the dangers of texting and driving.

Police look for man who allegedly assaulted girlfriend

06/10/2014 5:24pm
Police are looking for a man who is accused of assaulting his girlfriend in a parking lot.

Ex-boyfriend stabs man at woman's house, police say

06/10/2014 5:41pm
A man showed up at his ex-girlfriend's house and, after fighting with her, stabbed a man who was there, according to police. Officers arrested the man after he was treated at the same hospital as the victim.

Provo fire may be the work of serial arsonist, chief says

06/10/2014 5:43pm
Investigators are looking into a fire that occurred in an abandoned Provo home. This is the second time since April that the home has been in flames.

Salt Lake man drowns after rafting accident in Green River

06/10/2014 6:15pm
A Salt Lake man drowned Monday in the Green River. The river is running at 10 times the normal rate due to releases from Flaming Gorge Dam, officials said.

Man who allegedly stabbed estranged wife arrested

06/10/2014 6:48pm
Police arrested a Layton father Tuesday who they say murdered his estranged wife Sunday and then fled.

SL County takes steps to combat crypto spread

06/10/2014 7:49pm
Salt Lake County Health Department officials urge parents and children to "wash your bum" and keep feces out of public pools to avoid cryptosporidium for a healthy summer.

Utah police increase safety diligence after recent ambush

06/10/2014 8:06pm
It's tough to predict ambushes that can be deadly for those that protect us, but Provo Police Chief John King says there are ways to be diligent enough about safety that any officer will be protected while on the job.

Map shows most popular, iconic soda for each state

06/10/2014 8:58pm
Since the first glass of carbonated water was invented in 1767, people around the world have loved soda.

Alaska man gets life in prison for 1993 Utah murder

06/10/2014 9:11pm
An Alaska man who admitted to brutally killing a 92-year-old woman in 1993 was given a life prison sentence Tuesday.

1 in 14 Utah children witness physical domestic abuse

06/10/2014 9:19pm
Children who witness domestic abuse often suffer more emotional trauma than their parent victims.

Child found chained to bed, father arrested

06/10/2014 9:29pm
An anonymous call to the Logan Police Department resulted in a 6- year-old boy found chained to a bed.

Comfort foods may not comfort you, study says

06/10/2014 9:51pm
Heather Scherschel Wagner of the University of Minnesota conducted a study that indicates time heals all wounds — and your snack cakes have nothing to do with it.

SLC officer resigns amidst Pride Parade assignment dispute

06/10/2014 10:14pm
The Salt Lake City Police Department announced Tuesday it has closed an internal affairs investigation into an officer who they say was unwilling to take a gay pride parade assignment, citing the officer's resignation.

Parents petition school district for more bus rules after alleged assault

06/10/2014 10:42pm
Several parents have started a petition to tighten bus regulations in the Canyons School District after an alleged assault by a bus driver.

School, friends help student after scholarship revoked

06/10/2014 10:56pm
A southern Utah honor student has been denied a full scholarship after it was originally awarded. Dixie State University said the scholarship was taken back after it learned he was not a citizen of the United States.

Despite shootings, skepticism abounds over gun law reform

06/10/2014 11:04pm
After the 74th school shooting since Sandy Hook and the fourth multiple shooting in six days, even some of the staunchest of gun control activists remained skeptical Tuesday that any meaningful reform legislation would ever be approved.

Woman killed in rollover accident identified

06/10/2014 11:31pm
A woman was killed in a rollover accident on I-15 near Hamilton Fort.

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