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  1. Two Utah women claim they were forced to leave 'Frozen On Ice' for costumesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2016 | KBCI CBS 2

    Kandra Pearson and Andrea Bedke spent hundreds of dollars on tickets to see the show Thursday at Vivint Smart Home Arena in downtown Salt Lake City. But they said they didn't even make it halfway through the performance before they were asked to leave, leaving them stunned and confused.


  2. Gladys Knight sings 'Happy Birthday' during traffic stopRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | KBCI CBS 2

    Police in Utah say an officer who pulled over soul singer Gladys Knight was treated to an impromptu rendition of "Happy Birthday." Pleasant Grove Police Capt.


  3. Cowboy poets gather in Nevada with eye on Oregon conflictRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2016 | KBCI CBS 2

    As troubadours, fiddlers and scribes head to northeast Nevada for a national gathering to celebrate cowboy poetry and culture, the topic of the sometimes tenuous relationship between the Old West and the realities of the New West will be more than campfire conversation. The 32nd National Cowboy Poetry Gathering opens Monday in Elko, a rural community halfway between Reno and Salt Lake City that is similar in its turbulent history to the place about 200 miles away in Oregon where a national wildlife refuge has been seized by armed men protesting federal ownership of land. 2 comments

  4. Boise brewmaster Kerry Thomas healing with humorRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    "I remember thinking, 'Am I going to die? How bad is this?'" Kerry Thomas sits in her tidy kitchen in Boise's North End, not quite believing how much has changed since her accident in July. When we first met Kerry nearly three years ago, she had just been named one of two brewmasters at the now-defunct Table Rock Brewery in Boise.


  5. Gas prices down, so compare turkey travel with last yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    An estimated 46.9 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home during the Thanksgiving holiday, an increase of 300,000 over last year and the most since 2007, according to AAA Travel. The vast majority of those -- 42 million Americans -- will be driving.


  6. Solving homelessness: two different approachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    One possible solution to the growing homeless encampment called Cooper Court is based on a two-year-old project in Eugene, Oregon called Opportunity Village, run by a non-profit group. It consists of 30 small houses, each costing about $500 to build.


  7. 2 flights from U.S. to Paris diverted after anonymous threatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    Two Air France flight bound for Paris from the U.S. had to be diverted Tuesday night because of anonymous threats received after they had taken off, but both planes landed safely in North America, officials said. One plane, Air France Flight 65 from Los Angeles International Airport to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, was diverted to Salt Lake City International Airport, Air France said in a statement.


  8. Bomb threat forces Air France plane to land at Salt Lake AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 17, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    An Air France plane leaving Los Angeles, heading to France landed in Salt Lake City Tuesday night and was evacuated because of a bomb threat. Craig Vargo with airport police said the plane, with around 400 passengers, was evacuated and the FBI was investigating the aircraft with canines to check for explosives.


  9. Judge orders baby taken away from lesbian foster parentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 12, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    Utah child welfare officials are reviewing an order by a juvenile court judge to take a baby from her lesbian foster parents and place her with a heterosexual couple for the child's well-being. Judge Scott Johansen's ruling Tuesday in the central Utah city of Price raised concerns at the Utah Division of Child and Family Services, agency spokeswoman Ashley Sumner said.


  10. New York man creates 'sovereign nation' in UtahRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    A New York man is building his own sovereign nation called Zaqistan on a remote piece of land in Utah. Zaq Landsberg has created a yellow-and-red flag, official-looking passports and a border patrol gate guarded by a giant robot sentry for the realm, KSL-TV reported .


  11. Military blows up World War II-era bomb found in Utah desertRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 14, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    A man searching for unique rocks in the Utah desert near the Nevada state line recently made an explosive discovery: a World War II-era bomb. Craig Alvord told Salt Lake City news station KSL-TV this week that the 6-foot-long bomb is the best find he's made in more than 50 years of searching for stones.


  12. Wyoming woman dies of rabies after she was bitten by a batRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    Officials say a Fremont County woman has died after contracting what is believed to be Wyoming's first confirmed human rabies case. The Daily Ranger reports that the 77-year-old Lander resident contracted the disease in August after she was bitten by a bat.


  13. Dalai Lama remains at Mayo Clinic for evaluationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    The Dalai Lama remains at Minnesota's Mayo Clinic after canceling his U.S. appearances for the month of October. A Mayo spokeswoman confirmed Sunday the 80-year-old Tibetan Buddhist leader remains at the Rochester clinic for a medical evaluation.


  14. Top-ranking Mormon leader Richard G. Scott dies at 86Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    Mormon leader Richard G. Scott died Tuesday at the age of 86 - leaving the religion with three openings on its top governing body for the first time in more than a century. Scott died from natural causes at his home in Salt Lake City surrounded by his family, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said in a statement.


  15. Hornets top TigersRead the original story

    Sep 19, 2015 | Benton Courier

    The Bryant Hornets played against the Little Rock Central Tigers and won the game 26-14 on Friday at Hornet Stadium. Even though the Hornets won, Bryant head coach Paul Calley said they didn't play well against their opponent.


  16. Utah man huddled in brush to stay warm while lost in woodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    A 77-year-old man survived three nights and four days in the rugged Utah wilderness by drinking water from streams and sleeping next to brush to stay warm in temperatures that dipped into the 30s, authorities said Monday. Christian Herrera was found Sunday afternoon in the Uinta Mountains, 75 miles east of Salt Lake City.


  17. Report: Lack of fuel caused plane to crash in 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    Federal officials say a private plane that crashed near an eastern Idaho airport in 2013 had run out of fuel. The Post Register reports that the National Transportation Safety Board released a report earlier this year saying investigators found no fuel in either of the plane's main tanks.


  18. Utah brothers born with rare deformityRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    LEHI, Utah -- Lunch time at the Woodward's home in Lehi is no quiet matter in this household of seven children, all under the age of 11. You can say the Woodward's are one big happy family. But a very strange and rare phenomenon hit this family with two of their children.


  19. Utah won't rename 'Negro Bill Canyon' despite new push to reconsiderRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 5, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    Officials have rebuffed a new push to change the name of a southern Utah canyon that's offensive to some but a point of historical pride for the state's largest NAACP chapter. The Grand County Council voted 4-3 Tuesday to keep the name Negro Bill Canyon, which was dubbed for a black cowboy whose cattle grazed there in the 1870s, councilwoman Mary McGann said.


  20. Mormon church publishes photos in push toward transparencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2015 | KBCI CBS 2

    The Mormon church took another step toward transparency Tuesday with the first published pictures of a small sacred stone it believes founder Joseph Smith used to help translate a story that became the basis of the religion. The new photos peel back another layer of secrecy for a relatively young world religion that has come under scrutiny for some of its beliefs as its numbers swelled in the Internet age.


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