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  • Department of Corrections offers prison tour to demonstrate need for new facility

    DRAPER, Utah – There has been much debate over the possibility of relocating the Utah State Prison, and on Thursday the Department of Corrections offered a tour of the Draper facility to demonstrate how badly they need a new prison. The buildings at the Utah State Prison were built between 1951 and 2000, and Executive Director Rollin Cook said he is tired of hearing about quick fixes. “All you need to do is tear down a couple of buildings and […]

  • 3A and 4A state basketball quarterfinals: scores and highlights

    Several 3A and 4A teams played in the state basketball quarterfinals Thursday, see the video above for highlights from some of the games and see below for a list of scores. 4A Quarterfinals: Orem defeated Timpview 62-48 Bountiful beat Spanish Fork 67-51 Olympus beat Maple Mountain 58-57 Kearns defeated Logan 51-48 Kearns will move on to play Olympus and Bountiful will be matched against Orem. 3A Quarterfinals: Dixie beat Bear River 43-41 Desert Hills beat Juan Diego 49-42 Pine View […]

  • State, federal laws create web of complications for Utahns seeking medicinal cannabis

    SALT LAKE CITY – Utah made history last year when lawmakers passed “Charlee’s Law”, which allows Utahns to possess an extract from marijuana plants that has shown promise in treating children who suffer from various forms of epilepsy. The law has been in effect for seven months now, and several Utah families want access to the cannabidiol oil, also known as CBD. The issue is that the oil is in short supply, and even for families that can find it: […]

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    Student in custody after bomb scare at school in West Haven

    WEST HAVEN, Utah – A student was taken into custody Wednesday after bomb hoax forced the evacuation of a school in West Haven. Lt. Lane Findlay of the  Weber County Sheriff’s Office said Quest Academy, which is a charter school at 4862 West 4000 South in West Haven, was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after a student found a note in the hallway that stated a bomb had been planted inside a locker. The student took the note to school officials, who […]

  • Scores in for first round of 4A boys HS basketball state tournament

    4A Boys Basketball State Championship First Round East 49 Olympus 56 2OT Maple Mountain 66 Mountain Crest 55 Logan 70 Provo 50 Timpanogos 59 Kearns 67 2OT Roy 44 Spanish Fork 53 Bountiful 58 Murray 56 Highland 42 Orem 50 Sky View 53 Timpview 83

  • Agony continues for Utah man nearly a year after his mother’s unsolved murder

    PROVO, Utah — It’s been nearly a year since a Provo woman was found strangled inside her home — the victim of an apparent random attack. The murder of 60-year-old Belen Perez remains unsolved and a work in progress for police. FOX 13’s Scott McKane sat down with the victim’s son who opened up about his mother and his hope that her killer is caught. Watch the video above for the full story.

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    Boy with autism beaten at Missouri middle school

    LIBERTY, Mo. – A 12-year-old boy with autism spent four days in the hospital after being severely beaten by an older boy in the school cafeteria at Liberty Middle School last week, FOX 4 News in Missouri reports. READ FOX 4 NEWS’ STORY HERE: http://fox4kc.com/2015/02/24/boy-with-autism-severely-beaten-at-liberty-middle-school/ Destiny Kitchen’s son, Blake, has Asperger’s Syndrome, a form of autism. FOX 4 reports Blake eats in the same spot in the cafeteria every day at school. But when he arrived at school on Thursday […]

  • Booming Forward: Boomers working from home

    It used to be when you saw a “work from home” advertisement you would likely see it as a scam. Making $1,000 a week stuffing envelopes or being a secret shopper was usually unrealistic. Many of those ads were scams. But today the work from home sector is growing quickly and most of these jobs are legitimate and can be perfect for boomers. FOX 13’s Dave Nemeth provides insight for those looking for a job to do from home. Watch […]

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    Police identify man killed in Ogden shooting, suspect still on run

    OGDEN, Utah – Police have identified the man killed in an Ogden shooting Monday night as 34-year-old Steven C. Ferguson. The suspect is still at large. Officers received reports of shots fired just before 7 p.m. in the 3500 block of Jefferson Ave. When police arrived, they found Ferguson lying on the sidewalk with at least one gunshot wound. Ferguson later died from his injuries at the hospital. The Weber County Homicide Task Force is assisting in the criminal investigation. Police have […]

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    Link: ‘The School for Lies’

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