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Zombie walk scares up donations for Utah Food Bank

A herd of hungry zombies roamed downtown Salt Lake City Sunday in hopes of scaring up food for the Utah Food Bank. Read more »

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Coal miners' memorial rises from tragedy, honor and community sacrifice

More than 1,400 men have died in Utah coal mining accidents simply trying to make a living, leaving wives, children and grieving communities behind. Two men led a small committee and raised... Read more »

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Handlers learn the finer points of sheepdog training

About a dozen local sheepdog handlers and their dogs participated in a private clinic in Heber City this weekend. The two-day clinic was conducted by world-renowned sheepdog handler Faansie Basson. Read more »

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Families of men shocked in electrical accident thankful for support

The man who was electrocuted by a power line while working on the roof of a Draper business Friday left behind a wife and three children. One of the two other men who were critically injured in the... Read more »

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2 fires in West Valley City destroy 3 cars, kill 3 horses

Police are investigating two fires overnight in West Valley City early Sunday that destroyed three vehicles and killed three horses. Read more »

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The battle over coal struggles to find a middle ground

Coal mining and its use for electricity has been a way of life for over a century in Utah, fed by the vast coal beds. Now, the war on coal some say is being waged by the White House has come to the... Read more »

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Man critically injured by power line while hanging sign in Lehi

A man was critically injured Saturday after he was shocked by a power line while hanging a banner near a home development site in Lehi. Read more »

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Man struck, killed by motor home in Salt Lake City

A man was killed Saturday night after being struck by a motor home in Salt Lake City. Read more »

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Utah Food Bank security breach exposes 10,000 donors' personal info

A security breach in the Utah Food Bank's website may have resulted in the disclosure of more than 10,000 donors' personal information. Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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Utah Museum of Fine Arts brings British landscapes to Utah

"The British Passion for Landscape: Masterpieces from National Museum Wales" is a touring exhibit visiting through Dec. 13 at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts. Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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GOP presidential hopeful Rand Paul rallies Utahns, calls Donald Trump mania 'insane'

Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul had one word for the Donald Trump phenomenon that seems to be sweeping the country: "Insane." Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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Mestizo Gallery exhibit 'Proof' presents photographic portrait of Salt Lake City

The Mestizo Gallery exhibition "Proof" examines the individual personalities that constitute Salt Lake City's collective identity. Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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13-year-old keeps dad alive after he was injured by falling boulder

Crushed by a boulder, a Utah dad is lucky to be alive after a wild week in the wilderness with his son. Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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Book review: Picture book by Park City resident explores making choices in creative way

The picture book “Land of Or” by Park City resident Katie Mullaly looks at the reasons behind choices. Though fairly philosophical for a picture book, it can help readers see the impact... Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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Herriman man dies following fistfight with girlfriend's brother, police say

A Herriman man died Saturday hours after he was punched and knocked unconscious in a fight with his girlfriend's brother whom she had called to rescue her, police said. Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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Utah coal: A story of families, jobs and America's future

Utah coal has pioneer roots, going back to the 1850s when the territorial legislature offered a cash prize for coal found within 40 miles of Salt Lake City. With power plants closing and tough... Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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Photo gallery: Japanese Fall Festival celebrates culture

Okinawa dancers wait for their turn to perform at the Aki Matsuri Japanese Fall Festival at the Japanese Church of Christ in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The annual celebration is... Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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The art of auditioning: Actors, a director and a 'stage dad' share advice

Utah is home to many stages where actors and actresses share their talents by bringing characters to life. But weeks and even months before a show opens, those actors and actresses must first win... Read more »

Aug. 29, 2015

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Elderly man hit by car, killed while crossing street to buy food

An elderly Magna man was hit and killed by a minivan while crossing the street to get food Friday evening. Read more »

Aug. 28, 2015

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Federal judge recuses himself in criminal case against San Juan County Commissioner

Less than three weeks before a scheduled sentencing, a federal judge has recused himself in the case against San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman for the ATV protest ride he organized and led in... Read more »

Aug. 28, 2015

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Father's 7-year fight for child adopted in Utah without his consent moves forward

The biological father of a child who, as a newborn, was placed for adoption in Utah without his knowledge or consent has another opportunity to seek custody of his daughter under a new Colorado... Read more »

Aug. 28, 2015

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U. welcomes first expanded class of medical students

The University of Utah welcomed 122 first-year medical students Friday, the first expanded medical class at the U. since the passage of SB42, legislation meant to address the shortage of physicians... Read more »

Aug. 28, 2015

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Man shot, killed by Spanish Fork police officer in church parking lot

A man was shot and killed by a police officer Friday afternoon in the parking lot of a church, Spanish Fork police said. Read more »

Aug. 28, 2015

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Fatal shot in standoff with West Jordan police was self-inflicted

A West Jordan man who died in his home following a standoff with police had threatened suicide and that he would engage in a shootout with police in the weeks leading up to the fatal confrontation. Read more »

Aug. 28, 2015

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Startup hopes to help children with autism in rural areas

An uncle's love for his nephew, who has autism, inspires a business idea. Read more »

Aug. 28, 2015

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