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Crash on U.S. 40 west of Vernal injures 3, snarls traffic

Troopers are working to find out what caused the driver of a pickup truck to cross into the wrong lane on U.S. 40 west of Vernal early Thursday, and cause a crash that injured three people and... Read more »

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Orem’s most notorious eyesore to be completed after years of delays

Midtown Village on State Street between 300 South and 400 South has sat mostly vacant ever since the money dried up to finish the construction. Wednesday the Ritchie group rebroke ground for the... Read more »

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Red balloons symbolize students' promise not to use drugs

Oquirrh Elementary School in West Jordan has completed a week of teaching students the importance of being drug-free. Read more »

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Three amendments to Utah Constitution on the ballot

The trio of proposed amendments to the Utah Constitution on the Nov. 4 ballot aren't getting much attention this election year, much to the frustration of a former state official. Read more »

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SLC man builds 2,000-pound, fiire-breathing spider

Michael Green spent two years, building a 2,000-pound steel spider that is now on display in his front yard, just in time for Halloween. Read more »

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'The time is right' for a digital conversion, educators say

The Wasatch School District is undergoing a digital conversion intended to give educators better tools in teaching effectively, as well as to provide individualized learning experiences for... Read more »

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Final debate between Mia Love and Doug Owens to air on KSL NewsRadio

The final debate between Republican Mia Love and Democrat Doug Owens on KSL Newsradio on Thursday may have an impact in the already close 4th District congressional race. Read more »

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Search warrants: Poisoning suspected in deaths of Springville family

Newly-released search warrants show that investigators believe a family of five in Springville died of poisoning last month. Read more »

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Pleasant Grove residents divided over public safety bond

Debate over a proposed bond to pay for a new public safety building in Pleasant Grove has become so heated the city's mayor is calling on cooler heads to prevail. One resident is raising... Read more »

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Officers say they shot Darrien Hunt out of fear he would hurt others

Two Saratoga Springs police officers who shot and killed Darrien Hunt as he fled from them with a sword feared he would harm others, according to a newl search warrant affidavit. An attorney for... Read more »

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New Utah winter tourism campaign unveiled

Utah tourism officials debuted the state’s 2014-15 winter national campaign before it hits the national market next month. Dubbed “Find Your Greatest,” the campaign features six... Read more »

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What you need to know about pink eye

Tips and information you need to know about treating and avoiding Pink Eye. Read more »

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Utah Judicial Council members named

Third District Judge Ann Boyden and 6th District Judge Marvin D. Bagley have been elected to serve three-year terms on the Utah Judicial Council. Read more »

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InsideSales.com opens Salt Lake office; seeking to hire

InsideSales.com this week opened its second corporate office in downtown Salt Lake City, where the company will hire more than 150 employees, predominantly software engineers and salespeople. Read more »

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Forest Service road to close for bridge reconstruction

Work will begin on the Hades Creek Bridge in Duchesne County next week. Read more »

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Salt Lake County to host Watershed Symposium

The eighth annual Salt Lake County Watershed Symposium will be held on Nov. 19-21 and is free and open to all. Read more »

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Utah Department of Agriculture and Food expanding online services

The Utah Department of Agriculture and Food is expanding its online services to make it easier to apply for, update, renew and pay for certain licenses. Read more »

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Dixie State kicks off Islamic New Year

Muslim Journeys, held at Dixie State University on Tuesday-Thursday, is held in conjunction with the Islamic New Year. Read more »

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Consumers believe Utah economy is strong, report says

The Utah economy is clicking on virtually all cylinders, a new report indicates. The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index rose 0.4 points to 109.7 from September to October. Read more »

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Sex abuse claims against Utah educator who committed suicide were false, parents say

The parents of a Uintah County educator who committed suicide in 2013 after being accused of child sex abuse have filed a federal lawsuit against the police detective and the DCFS caseworker who... Read more »

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'Superdell' faces federal charges for allegedly chasing bird with his paraglider

Former computer store owner and TV pitchman "Superdell" faces federal charges for allegedly chasing a barn owl with his motorized paraglider more than three years ago. Read more »

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Sean Reyes raises more than twice as much cash as Charles Stormont in A.G. race

Democratic attorney general candidate Charles Stormont raised a respectable amount of money but not enough to match incumbent Republican Sean Reyes. Read more »

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Man charged with pointing gun at cab driver's head is federal officer

A man arrested and later charged with pointing a gun at an taxi driver has been identified as a federal law enforcement officer. Read more »

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Group outlines long-term plan to bolster education and economy

Utah will implement a strategy designed to strengthen the state's economy for decades to come through education. The new plan is a collaborative effort of Utah groups Education First and Prosperity... Read more »

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Students pick pumpkins grown by inmates

Jordan Valley School students got into the spirit of fall Tuesday by picking pumpkins — which were grown and decorated by inmates at the Utah State Prison. Read more »

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