A Menorah was vandalized on the eve of a Salt Lake City Chanukah celebration. bit.ly/185ROFx
Menorah vandalized on eve of Salt Lake City Chanukah celebration
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (ABC 4 Utah) - A menorah in front of a Salt Lake City Jewish center was vandalized just hours before a scheduled Chanukah celebration, according to a statement from the center's leaders.
Some commuters will have some extra time added to their trip today. Read the story to see what you need to know about getting into the city this morning. Will your commute be impacted this morning?http://bit.ly/1c6vJTa
Good Morning Utah! A menorah is vandalized in Salt Lake City. We'll have the latest on the search for those responsible. A teacher is killed by a train, find out what happened. Riverton High School is trying to set a fundraising record and winter is roaring in this week. Details in the pinpoint forecast. Join Glenn Willey and Curtis Ray starting at 4:30 on ABC 4 Utah. Have a great day!
Following the deadly Metro-North crash, the question remains about how it will impact today's commute. Join PIX11 for live team coverage for what you need to know about the morning commute plus the latest on the accident. WATCH LIVE : http://pix11.com/live
Here is our Question of the Day: Mayor Bloomberg visited crash victims at the hospital last night, while Governor Cuomo stayed on the scene all day. What do you think about Mayor Bloomberg’s response to the deadly derailment?
The Black Friday lines have now dissipated, but today the ONLINE holiday frenzy kicks off. It's Cyber Monday and we want to know: What are the best deals to cash in on today? What sites have the best deals?
This Man Rescued Over 600 Jewish Kids from Nazi Camps. He Doesn’t Know It Yet, But He’s Sitting...
Via FaithIt Right before WWII, Sir Nicholas Winton organized the rescue of hundreds of Jewish Czechoslovakian children destined for the Nazi death camps. Forty years later, those children have gathered to honor the man who saved their lives. http://youtu.be/ZIiBTP0spEA
List of sects in the Latter Day Saint movement - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The sects in the Latter Day Saint movement are sometimes collectively referred to as Mormonism. Although some sects opposed the use of this term because they consider it to be derogatory, it is especially used when referring to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Sects opposed to the us...
While reminding members of his congregation that “the simplest and most direct way to dispel darkness is to add light,” Rabbi Benny Zippel of Chabad Lubavitch of Utah lit a large menorah candelabra Sunday evening at Salt Lake City’s downtown Gallivan Center as part of the eight-day Jewish celebration of Hanukkah.
CARBON COUNTY - Larry Litizzette, 56, was hit and killed by a train in Spanish Fork Canyon, Saturday afternoon. He was an award-winning and well-respected teacher at Mountain Crest High School in Hyrum. Litizzette and his son were duck hunting in …
Award-winning teacher dies after being struck by train
Well, my desktop computer died today. It had been struggling the last week or two, but it finally stopped working. Fortunately I still have my laptop so I can continue working, but still... a sad day for that old machine. [sniff] I will miss it.
While it's not standard practice now for Utah colleges to look at an applicant's Web presence, admissions officers at schools across the country and potential employers are checking online footprints more and more.
More colleges checking online footprints, but most students not too concerned
Kaplan Test Prep recently reported that a higher percentage of college admissions officers are searching applicants’ social media and online presence than last year, yet many college applicants
VIDEO: CBS uncovers startling truth about Team Obama's knowledge of the healthcare debacle.. in 2010
Sharyl Attkisson uncovered another Obama administration falsehood about ObamaCare on Tuesday's CBS This Morning, spotlighting a 2010 document from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services which "estimated ObamaCare would collectively reduce the number of people with employer-sponsored health c...
Nineveh Dinha gets ready for the next time she gets to ask viewers to help Utah's homeless pets during the Hope for Holidays telethon. Every donation you make goes to the Humane Society of Utah. We're in the last minutes- please call at 1-855-447-8738
A week ago, we brought you the results of our look into Utah's panhandlers. KSL Anchor and Investigative Reporter Mike Headrick worked for months on the story. What questions do you have about the story? Post them here -- and Mike will answer your questions this week.
Business of Begging: The real stories behind Utah panhandling | ksl.com
The number of panhandlers along the Wasatch Front is skyrocketing, especially alongside freeway on- and off- ramps. The cardboard signs they hold are meant to provoke sympathy, but are they always truthful?
We were on early today, so here's your 7day forecast - complete with snow, wind, & downright COLD temps! Make sure you're prepared, the winter weather could affect your AM commute this week - Kylie Bearse
"Hope for the Holidays" telethon continues on Fox 13. Susan Wood and Deborah Linder kick off a challenge while Bob Evans FOX 13 News and Kelly Chapman help take a donation over the phone! Please call 1-855-447-8738!
The action in the Fox 13 News Control Room during the "Hope for the Holidays" Telethon! So far we've raised more than $37,000! Please help us meet our goal to take care of homeless pets. Call 1-855-447-8738
A Mormon bishop recently showed up to his own ward disguised as a homeless man, both to see what would happen and teach a lesson about compassion. David Musselman waited outside the church building, some people asking him to leave church property and some bringing him water. He then entered the building and sat down during sacrament meeting. So convincing was the disguise that not a single ward member recognized him. And then came the big reveal... Read the story here: www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/57199090-78/bishop-lamoreaux-homeless-musselman.html.csp
Disney has a girl problem. Take a look at TV commercials for the new animated feature Frozen, and you’d likely suspect that it’s about a funny talking snowman, and maybe also a funny non-talking reindeer. You certainly wouldn’t know it h
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Touted as a prime source of “kick-@ss spirituality,” author Danielle LaPorte has advice that’s good for you to hear. “You will always be too much of something for someone,” she says, “too b
On this week's "Sunday Edition," Dave McCann visits with Tito Momen and Jeff Benedict about their new book, reporter Matt Brown discusses religious exemptions and a family shares their dying daughter's bucket list.
In mid-December, Kaitlin Elliott will be heading out on a three-month world tour that will take her to six countries. It’s mostly a work trip, but for up-and-coming snowboarder Elliott, it’s also a chance to play and explore her passion.
What is your favorite part of the holiday season? The state's largest light display is back at Utah's Hogle Zoo -- and Monday is KSL viewer appreciation night. Print off this coupon for $2 off:http://ksl.fm/18eygK1
Midseason Finale: The bleak—even for a zombie apocalypse—first half of Season 4 concludes with, but is not limited to, The Governor, a tank and a body count. Will the Walking Dead gang finally be forced to leave the prison? Who’s going t
Giving the gift of diamonds this holiday season to that special someone? Casale Jewelers and Forevermark Diamonds will be on the PIX11 Morning News tomorrow morning breaking down what you don't know you don't know!
Count My Vote hits St. George with supporters, opponents
Count My Vote hits St. George with supporters, opponents | St George News| STGnews.com
ST. GEORGE – A crowd of around 30 people gathered Saturday at the Pineview Stadium 10 theaters to kickoff the official start of the Count My Vote petition campaign in Washington County. A bipartisan movement, Count My Vote is a ballot initiative that proposes to replace Utah’s caucus primaries with…
Q&A with pharmacy technician on compounding medications
Q&A with pharmacy technician on compounding medications | St George News| STGnews.com
FEATURE – Pharmaceutical compounding is seeing a resurgence as physicians and pharmacists work together to have medication prepared in such a way that patients are more willing and able to take medication as directed.
ON Kilter: Stuff that works in lieu of buying new | St George News| STGnews.com
OPINION – Multi-billion dollar outdoor clothing retailer, Patagonia, has done the unthinkable, again: Rather than marking down merchandise and marketing its wares on Black Friday, Patagonia hosted parties at its leading stores nationwide inviting its would-be customers to celebrate what they alread...
At an October charity walk in Salt Lake City’s Liberty Park, a cheerful woman is stopping passersby to tell them something miraculous: “It’s for schizophrenia, it’s for bipolar, depression, autism, ADHD, ADD, SAD, OCD—any typ