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Thirty of Utah's best photographers are on the search to find Utah's 50 most beautiful women. But beauty in this contest isn't measured by waist size or their fashion sense — but by grace and courage in overcoming trials.
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UN school in Gaza caught in cross-fire; 15 killed

Israeli tank shells hit a compound housing a U.N. school in the Gaza Strip on Thursday, killing at least 15 people and wounding dozens who were seeking shelter from fierce clashes on the streets outside, Palestinian officials said, as Israel pressed forward with its 17-day war against the territory's Hamas rulers.
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Tractor-trailer trucks collide spilling fuel, debris across U.S. 40

Geoff Liesik   |  posted 27 minutes ago
A crash involving two tractor-trailer trucks closed U.S. 40 in both directions just west of Duchesne for nearly eight hours overnight.
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Man playing basketball stabbed after yelling at ‘reckless’ driver, police say

Natalie Crofts   |  posted 30 minutes ago
A man was transported to the hospital in critical condition after being stabbed Wednesday, police said.
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Utah parks visitors spend $596M, communities benefit

Amy Joi O'Donoghue   |  posted Jul 24th - 12:22pm
A new report by the National Park Service and U.S. Geological Survey details that 273 million visitors spent $14.6 billion in 2013. In Utah, national parks and monuments hosted 9 million visitors that ultimately supported 9,070 jobs.
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Air Algerie flight 'probably crashed' in Mali

Aomar Ouali, Brahima Ouedraogo, Associated Press   |  posted Jul 24th - 11:41am
An Air Algerie flight carrying 116 people from Burkina Faso to Algeria's capital disappeared from radar early Thursday over northern Mali during a rainstorm, officials said. France deployed fighter jets to search for wreckage and the country's president said the plane most likely crashed.
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Cave with bones of 'tens of thousands' of animals to be excavated

The Associated Press   |  posted Jul 24th - 11:22am
For the first time in three decades, scientists are about to revisit one of North America's most remarkable troves of ancient fossils: the bones of tens of thousands of animals piled at least 30 feet deep at the bottom of a sinkhole-type cave.
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Hiker’s body recovered from Horseshoe Canyon

Natalie Crofts   |  posted Jul 24th - 11:02am
The body of a man who was hiking in Horseshoe Canyon was recovered Tuesday. Investigators said it appeared the man was not prepared for extreme temperatures.
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Marines investigate Utah corporal who vanished in Iraq

The Associated Press   |  posted Jul 24th - 10:37am
Marine Corps officers have launched a formal investigation into whether a Lebanese-American Marine deserted his unit in Iraq or months later after returning to the United States, a military spokesman said Thursday.
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Young cowboys relish life on Lehi ranch

Alex Cabrero   |  posted Jul 24th - 10:11am
The cowboy lifestyle isn't nearly what it used to be these days, but one Lehi family is working hard to keep that spirit alive.
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Ask a Chef: All things cherry

by Harmons Ask a Chef  |   BrandView  
Cherry this and cherry that — this week's Ask a Chef arms you with new recipes involving the delicious fruit.
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New 'supper club' restaurant to open at Gateway

Jasen Lee   |  posted Jul 24th - 9:49am
The managers of The Gateway have announced an new restaurant will be opening next month. Retail Properties of America Inc. said Wednesday that a new "supper club" restaurant concept, DOPO, will begin serving customers in a few weeks.
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Teen pilot killed at sea in quest to set world record

Steve Almasy and Laura Smith-Spark, CNN   |  posted Jul 24th - 8:48am
An American teenager is dead and his father is missing after their plane crashed into the ocean off American Samoa on Tuesday night.
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Thousands gathering downtown for Days of '47 parade

Shara Park   |  posted Jul 24th - 8:17am
Thousands of runners are hitting the road, floats are getting prepped and anxious fans are camping out as the Days of '47 events takes over downtown Salt Lake City and several roads will be closed throughout Thursday morning.
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Utah soldiers to bring Pioneer Day celebration to Afghanistan

Rich Piatt   |  posted Jul 24th - 7:44am
There will be a little Utah culture in the Middle East for Pioneer Day. A couple of Utah Army National guardsmen are making sure they share a bit of the holiday with the soldiers serving near Khandahar, Afghanistan.
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Police try to keep the peace ahead of Days of '47 Parade

Andrew Adams   |  posted Jul 23rd - 10:50pm
Police officers were out en mass Wednesday night, keeping an eye out for potential problems ahead of Thursday's Days of '47 Parade.
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Pedestrian safety questioned following possible hit-and-run

Devon Dolan   |  posted Jul 23rd - 10:49pm
A good Samaritan driving to a family dinner Tuesday stopped to help an injured man laying in a ditch near Cottonwood High School. While the driver claims he's not a hero, the accident highlights some safety concerns in the heart of Salt Lake County.
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Utah's photo-rich history of Pioneer Day celebrations

Jed Boal   |  posted Jul 23rd - 10:39pm
The Pioneer Day parade tradition started in 1849, two years after the first pioneers arrived in Salt Lake Valley.
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Arizona inmate dies 2 hours after execution began

The Associated Press   |  posted Jul 23rd - 10:20pm
A condemned Arizona inmate gasped for more than an hour and a half during his execution Wednesday before he died in an episode sure to add to the scrutiny surrounding the death penalty in the U.S.
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Taiwan airline suspects bad weather caused crash

Ralph Jennings, Associated Press   |  posted Jul 23rd - 10:10pm
An airline said Thursday it suspected typhoon weather caused one of its planes to crash land on a small Taiwanese island, killing 48 people.
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Wednesday's Child — Chris

Ashley Kewish   |  posted Jul 23rd - 9:33pm
This week's Wednesday's Child is Chris. He's a 12-year-old little boy who loves to swim and interact with others.
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4 Utah wildfires fully contained; crews battle new, existing blazes

McKenzie Romero and Sam Penrod   |  posted Jul 23rd - 9:23pm
Fire crews are working to control several blazes around Utah. They got the upper hand on four of them Wednesday, bringing them to full containment.
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Cat missing for 6 weeks reunited with West Jordan owner

Faith Heaton Jolley   |  posted Jul 23rd - 9:04pm
After missing for over six weeks, a cat was reunited with its West Jordan family with the help of a dog.
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5 tips for making family trips with teens more fun

Beth J. Harpaz, Associated Press   |  posted Jul 23rd - 8:34pm
Traveling with a teenager can be nearly as challenging as traveling with a toddler — because to a teenager, any place a parent wants to go is by definition uncool. Here are five strategies — crowd-sourced and from personal experience — to help you survive.
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