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The Fremont County Sheriff's office has released the name of a Brigham Young University-Idaho student who died following a canoeing accident near Salem on Monday morning.
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Most dads not 'absentee' or 'deadbeat,' website aims to show

Sara Jarman   |  posted 9 minutes ago
Changing the cultural dialogue about fathers is something that Utah dads Chase Walker and Nathan Robbins have dedicated their lives to with their website The Daily Dad.
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Police: Man tried to mow woman's grass, then attacked her

Pat Reavy   |  posted 26 minutes ago
A man who police say "aggressively" helped a woman mow her grass before attacking her has been arrested.
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Outpouring of support for mother, daughter critically injured in car crash

Sandra Yi   |  posted 31 minutes ago
Christine Anderson and her 16-year-old daughter suffered numerous injuries after the crash. Christine Anderson's condition is improving, but her daughter's prognosis is uncertain.
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Wednesday's Child — Tatiana

Ashley Kewish   |  posted 32 minutes ago
Tatiana spent the first half of her life living in a Russian orphanage before moving to the U.S. Now, she's hoping to be adopted by a family she can call her own.
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US, Swiss target top soccer officials in corruption probe

Graham Dunbar, Associated Press   |  posted 33 minutes ago
The U.S. government launched an attack on what it called deep-seated and brazen corruption in soccer's global governing body Wednesday, pulling FIFA executives out of a luxury Swiss hotel to face racketeering charges and raiding regional offices in Miami.
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Appeals court upholds ex-pilot's conviction in groping case

The Associated Press   |  posted 34 minutes ago
An appeals court has upheld the conviction of a former Utah airline pilot sentenced prison for groping a 14-year-old girl seated next to him during an off-duty flight.
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More rain threatens to complicate the cleanup in Houston

Homeowners dragged soggy carpet to the curb and mopped up coffee-colored muck Wednesday after a barrage of storms and floods in Texas and Oklahoma left at least 19 people dead and a dozen others missing.
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Live anthrax inadvertently sent by U.S. military from Dugway

Barbara Starr, CNN   |  posted May 27th - 6:32pm
Four Defense Department workers have been put in post-exposure treatment, a defense official said, following the revelation the U.S. military inadvertently shipped live anthrax samples out of Dugway, Utah, in the last several days.
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Cut fiber-optics line shuts down Internet in parts of Davis County

Shara Park   |  posted May 27th - 6:08pm
Several schools and businesses in Davis County are without the Internet after a fiber optics line in Bountiful was cut overnight.
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Rick Santorum announces second White House run

Steve Peoples and Joe Mandak, Associated Press   |  posted May 27th - 6:07pm
Conservative culture warrior Rick Santorum launched a 2016 White House bid on Wednesday, vowing to fight for working-class Americans in a new election season that will test his influence — and focus on social issues — in a changing Republican Party.
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SLC medical company pays $7.5M to settle health care fraud case

Dennis Romboy   |  posted May 27th - 6:02pm
A Salt Lake medical equipment company will pay $7.5 million to settle allegations that it submitted false claims to Medicare and other federal health programs for power wheelchairs.
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Township condemns home business infested with 1K rats

Dana Chicklas, CNN Affiliate Reporter   |  posted May 27th - 5:18pm
A woman's animal rescue business, which she ran out of her home, is condemned after quickly becoming infested with what authorities estimated to be 1,000 rats.
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Woman in double fatal crash seeks parole, apologizes to family

Pat Reavy   |  posted May 27th - 4:25pm
A woman convicted of killing an elderly Blanding couple in an auto accident three years ago and sentenced to prison had her first parole hearing Tuesday.
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AP sources: IRS believes identity thieves from Russia

Stephen Ohlemacher, Associated Press   |  posted May 27th - 3:44pm
IRS investigators believe the identity thieves who stole the personal tax information of more than 100,000 taxpayers from an IRS website are part of a sophisticated criminal operation based in Russia, two officials told the Associated Press.
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SLC R&B group is recording new album

Brock Allen, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted May 27th - 3:02pm
After releasing the EP "Touch" in late March, local R&B group Soft Touch has already begun recording a new album, set to be released later this year.
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Ranking the best running backs in BYU history

Jay Yoemans, Deseret News   |  posted May 27th - 2:33pm
While the BYU signal callers get most of the love in national circles, BYU has had more than its fair share of impressive running backs.
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Unified police plan DUI checkpoints in June

Pat Reavy   |  posted May 27th - 2:07pm
In a continuing effort to keep motorists safe during the 100 deadliest days of summer, the Unified Police Department will be conducting a couple of DUI checkpoints in June.
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Have You Seen This? Drinking in high-wind conditions is tough

Martha Ostergar   |  posted May 27th - 1:22pm
A man finds himself rather thirsty during some high winds in Iceland and comedically learns you can't always get what you want.
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Pet of the Week: Miller the chocolate lab

Martha Ostergar   |  posted May 27th - 1:11pm
Miller is a 5-year-old chocolate lab that is "not hyper" but still has a lot of energy that would fit into a active home.
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Quadruplets born to 65-year-old mom still in critical phase

Kirsten Grieshaber, Associated Press   |  posted May 27th - 12:15pm
Doctors say the week-old quadruplets born prematurely to 65-year-old Annegret Raunigk in Berlin are still in intensive care, but have been gaining a little weight and are being given their mother's milk through feeding tubes.
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Spotting Gila monsters in the wild a rare experience

Faith Heaton Jolley   |  posted May 27th - 11:32am
If you see a Gila monster while hiking or camping in Utah's wilderness, consider yourself lucky. Gila monsters only spend 3-5 percent of their time above ground, making sightings of them very rare.
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