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An out-of-area traveler, relying on GPS directions, ends up stranded on snowy Utah road until a search and rescue team out for practice happens by. KSL's Mike Headrick reports.
With alternating cold and warm weather, "frost heaves," where the ground expands, blocking doors from opening, causes problems for businesses. NECN's Jack Thurston reports.
A snowboarder was killed Wednesday after triggering an avalanche in an out-of-bounds area of a Utah ski resort.
Las Vegas showgirl Mariah Rivera said she would go to prom with high school student Austin Moore, but only if he got 10,000 retweets on Twitter.
Fortune has revealed its list of the top companies to work for in America and Google is number one, again.
North Korean state media called the knifing of the U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert a "deserved punishment."
Protesters and police squared off in Ferguson, Missouri, following a Department of Justice report prompted by the shooting of Michael Brown.
Rebekah Gregory said her palms were sweaty before she entered the Boston courtroom Wednesday and noted she cried while testifying.
A junior at a private school in Stayton, Oregon decided to aim high when choosing a date for the prom. Katherine Cook of KGW reports.
Crowd gathered outside Ferguson Police Department after publication of DoJ report that said there was evidence of racial bias within the force.
A woman who won $1 million from the lottery has been slapped with a lawsuit by the liquor store owner who sold her the winning ticket.
New legislation in Utah would protect LGBT people from discrimination at work and in housing, but would allow an exemption for the Boy Scouts.
NBC's Ann Curry discussed Iran's nuclear program, Iran's relationship with Israel and other issues during a one-on-one exclusive interview with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif.
A teenager from Woodbridge, Virginia, is in custody accused of helping another young man travel to Syria to join ISIS.
Samantha Green, 23, was charged with involuntary manslaughter in the death of her 3-week-old infant.
The dog, which Tampa police first named R&R and then Cabela, will survive but must have one of her legs amputated.