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  • LDS Dems billboard campaign targets swing voters

    SALT LAKE CITY — Mormon Democrats have launched a new billboard campaign targeting Mormon swing voters. The campaign is an effort to get people to talk about their party affiliation. Kiersten Nunez has the full story.

  • Rep. Stewart talks about recent trip to Middle East, ISIS

    Nineveh Dinha talks with Rep. Chris Stewart about his recent trip to the Middle East and his thoughts about Pres. Obama’s plan to take down the terror group ISIS. Watch the full interview in the video above.

  • Gov. honors women in aviation

    This week is National Aerospace Week and Utah has made its contributions in both the commercial and defense sectors. On Monday, Gov. Gary Herbert spoke at a special luncheon, recognizing those who have helped build Utah’s aerospace business. Watch the video above for the full story.

  • ‘One Wasatch’ plan aims to connect 7 ski resorts in Utah

    SALT LAKE CITY – Vail’s purchase of Park City Mountain Resort could put the “One Wasatch” project on the fast track. The idea is to link seven ski resorts in order to offer 18,000 acres of terrain—all on one pass. Officials with Ski Utah said the recent change in ownership at Park City Mountain Resort means that the Canyons and Park City will be linked by the 2015-2016 ski season. Ski Utah President Nathan Rafferty said One Wasatch would offer […]

  • Life Flight pilots get mountain terrain training from top instructor

    SALT LAKE CITY – Intermountain Life Flight has been carrying out some airborne trainings with one of the top instructors in the world. Pilots with the group trained this week with Tim Simmons, who is one of the world’s top flight instructors and specializes in mountain flying. “I’m like a sponge today,” said Pete Anderson, one of the line pilots who attended the trainings. “I’m picking up all kinds of information that will keep me and my crew safe and […]

  • Utah couple creates art inspired by umbilical cords

    SALT LAKE CITY — A couple in Utah sells an unusual kind of art to customers around the world, and the pieces are inspired by umbilical cords. The concept combines creativity and medical expertise to produce a unique style. See the video above for more on Keith and Stephanie Duffy and Little Cord Art, and click here to visit their website.

  • At the Movies: reviews and a challenge for kids

    In this week’s edition of At the Movies, Steve Oldfield takes a look at two movies and a contest sparked by a third movie that is  coming soon. See the video above for his take on “No Good Deed” and “Dolphin Tale 2″ as well as details about the contest inspired by “The Boxtrolls.”

  • Link: Little Cord Art

    Link: Little Cord Art

  • Filmmaker discusses dangers of domestic violence

    SALT LAKE CITY – A filmmaker with expertise when it comes to domestic violence is in Utah promoting a new film that hopes to raise awareness regarding the issue. Kit Gruelle is the woman behind “Private Violence”, which was screened at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year and will soon air on cable TV. “It seems to me to be the most basic human right that when you go home at night and you close the door, that you […]

  • Primary Children’s Hospital unveils new building

    SALT LAKE CITY – Primary Children’s Hospital has a brand new building for outpatient services, and the project was years in the making. The new outpatient building has been in the works for 8 years and cost more than $100 million to build, and Katy Welkie, CEO of Primary Children’s Hospital, said they are glad to have it finished. “We needed this really, really badly,” she said. “It is a new addition to Primary Children’s Hospital, where we will be […]

  • Conference brings LGBT, LDS communities together

    SALT LAKE CITY – A conference was held in Salt Lake City this weekend, and the goal was for members of the LGBT community who are also members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to connect with others and affirm their faith. The theme for this year’s Annual International Affirmation — LGBT Mormons, Families, and Friends Conference was “This is the Place.” Randall Thacker spoke about their aims. “Affirmation provides a safety net where we catch those […]

  • Expert offers tips to save power

    SALT LAKE CITY — Margaret Oler with Rocky Mountain Power visited the FOX 13 News Studio Sunday to discuss ways to save power. See the video above for her advice for smarter power use, and click here for more energy saving tips.

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