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Olympic Cauldron Rises


The twisting glass and steel tower that will cradle the Olympic flame during the Winter Games rose above Salt Lake City Tuesday, one month before the opening ceremony.

Death at Outdoor Retailer


Exhibitor, Allen Crandy, suffers a fatal injury in the Salt Lake tornado.

Olympic Ski Champion Aamodt Breaks Ankle


Olympic champion Kjetil Andre Aamodt broke his right ankle when he fell Wednesday while training and could be sidelined until January.

Bush OKs $10 Million for Olympic Security


President Bush freed up another $10 million Wednesday to help protect the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City from potential terrorist attacks.

Utah Needs a Makeover


Blunt advice to Utah: The state needs to show it's not ruled by the Mormon church if it hopes to lure business and take advantage of the Winter Games.

Herminator Leaves Italy to Fight the Flu


Herminator, heal thyself.

Bode Miller Wins Combined at Worlds


Bode Miller captured his first major title Thursday, winning the gold medal in the combined in another excellent showing by the United States at the world championships.

Suzy Rytting Finalist for Texaco Star Award


Former national ski champion, Suzy Rytting, honored for years of community service.

IOC to Keep Olympics in Utah


The IOC will keep the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City and review every aspect of its security operations following terrorist attacks in the United States.

Olympic Offerings


Whether you are heading to Utah for the Olympics or for a spring ski trip, the state has plenty to offer when it comes to entertainment.

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