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    Man shot by police after brandishing handguns in hospital pleads guilty

    LOGAN, Utah — A man who was shot by police officers after he brandished a pair of handguns while making demands inside the emergency room of Cache Valley Hospital has agreed to a plea deal. Surveillance footage from hospital cameras show the exchange between two police officers who happened to be in the hospital when […]

  • Firefighters call series of disasters near Levan ‘biblical’

    LEVAN, Utah — Residents of a central Utah town are feeling like they can’t seem to catch a break after dealing first with a large wildfire and then with flash flooding and sliding debris. A wildfire burned 4,000 acres near Levan this month and created a large burn scar; now firefighters and homeowners are dealing […]

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    How often should you clean?

    (CNN) — A while back, AllYou.com asked readers how often you wash your sheets. Turns out, the majority of you strip the bed every 10 to 14 days, while a good many of you go three and even four weeks in between washings! Eek! That got us thinking that perhaps some guidelines about when to […]

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    Daughter suddenly dies, grieving parents hit with $200,000 in student loans

    NEW YORK — When his 27-year-old daughter Lisa died suddenly of liver failure five years ago, Steve Mason was as devastated as any father would be. He and his wife Darnelle immediately took in Lisa’s three children — ages 4, 7 and 9 at the time — even though they knew it would be a […]

  • Former federal judge joins Shaun Cowley’s defense team

    SALT LAKE CITY — The former West Valley detective who shot and killed Danielle Willard almost two years ago is trying to get a manslaughter charge dismissed well before a trial begins. Shaun Cowley appeared in court Monday for a routine scheduling appearance but this time he didn’t walk out alone — several family members […]

  • Poll shows 4th District race between Love, Owens could be close

    SALT LAKE CITY — When you look at the campaign spending, the numbers couldn’t be more telling about who’s ahead in Utah’s 4th Congressional District Race, with Mia Love banking about four times more than Doug Owens. But on Monday, Owens was touting some new numbers that he believes are quickly closing that gap. “She’s […]

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    Man loses 100 pounds with diet that ‘made sense’

    Having to ask for a seat belt extender on a flight was one of Benji Kurtz’s biggest life humiliations. He also couldn’t shop at popular clothing stores — the clothing wasn’t large enough. When he found clothing that fit, he often didn’t have a choice in styles or colors, able only to purchase pants available […]

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    1 dead, a dozen injured after lightning strike hits Venice Beach

    By Dave Alsup CNN (CNN) — A sunny day at California’s famed Venice Beach took a dark turn Sunday when one person died and a dozen others were injured after a rare lightning strike. John Kades with the Los Angeles Coroner’s office told CNN a man in his mid-20’s died at Marina Del Rey Hospital […]

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    Study suggests dogs can experience a very human emotion

    By Brandon Griggs CNN (CNN) — Sure, Fido is a brown Lab. But inside, he may also be a little green. New research suggests that dogs can exhibit jealousy, a human emotion usually ascribed to squabbling siblings or the jilted third of a love triangle. A study by scholars at the University of California, San […]

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    Summer market debuts at The Gateway in Salt Lake City

    SALT LAKE CITY – A new summer market made its debut at The Gateway Sunday, and event organizers said the event will be held again on the last Sunday of the month in August and September. The Summer Sunday Market Series at The Gateway is the result of a partnership between the Gateway Shopping Center […]

  • Family, friends hold candlelight vigil for brothers killed in plane crash

    CLINTON, Utah — A candle light vigil was held in Clinton Tuesday night in remembrance of the two brothers killed in a plane crash in Arizona on Sunday. “They forever made us laugh and brought so much happiness to our home we love you so much and look forward to the day we get to […]

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    Vandalism in St. George results in thousands of dollars in damage, police say

    ST. GEORGE, Utah — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating those responsible for vandalism in areas of St. George City early Tuesday morning. St. George Police responded to 10 complaints of vandalism where various buildings, signs and vehicles were spray painted. The area most affected was on Fort Pierce Drive in the […]