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A family fight ended Monday with a teenager facing serious charges, and his mom in serious condition. Police say the 17-year-old ran over his mother with an SUV when she tried to stop him from leaving their Midvale house.
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Van Gogh work could bring over $40M at NYC auction

The Associated Press  |  posted 17 minutes ago
A painting Vincent van Gogh created while briefly working side-by-side with his friend Paul Gauguin in the south of France could sell for more than $40 million at auction Tuesday evening.
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Huckabee, the other man from Hope, opens 2016 bid

Bill Barrow and Andrew Demillo, Associated Press  |  posted 23 minutes ago
The other man from Hope is running for president again.
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2K additional permits approved for 2015 general deer hunt

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 5th - 11:33am
Due to the thriving population of mule deer throughout Utah, on April 30, Utah Wildlife Board members approved adding nearly 2,000 permits for the general deer hunt this fall.
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Cinco de Mayo events around the state

Mariel Reimann  |  posted May 5th - 11:09am
Families all over the state, regardless of their Mexican background, get together to celebrate Cinco de Mayo; here are some of the events in Utah.
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Utah using inaccurate data to project water needs, audit shows

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 5th - 11:05am
An audit found the state of Utah is relying on inaccurate water data, using outdated basin plans and ignoring development of local water supplies when it projects the amount of water to meet demands of a population that will double by 2060.
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3-year-old girl hit and killed by SUV identified

Kaitlin Loukides  |  posted May 5th - 10:55am
A family is grieving after a 3-year-old girl was hit and killed by an SUV following a family gathering Monday night.
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Islamic State claims responsibility for Texas cartoon attack

Maamoun Youssef, Associated Press  |  posted May 5th - 10:41am
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a weekend attack at a center near Dallas, Texas, that was exhibiting cartoon depictions of the Prophet Muhammad — though it offered no evidence of a direct link to the attackers.
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Utah Jazz coming of age at the right time

Ben Anderson, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 5th - 10:16am
A look across the NBA's playoff landscape, and where the Utah Jazz might finally regain their place among the league's post season participants
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Loose cattle charges are discriminatory, family says

The Associated Press  |  posted May 5th - 10:04am
A family in northern Utah is facing more than 200 counts of fence violations for escaped livestock, but their attorney says the charges stem from prejudice over the family's well-publicized polygamous beliefs.
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Top 7 careers in Utah

by KSL Jobs  |  BrandView  
Whether you're looking for your first job or your last job, you'll want to keep these seven career paths in mind, rated highly for overall employee satisfaction, average annual income and more.
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One thing parents are more worried about than terrorism

Herb Scribner, Deseret News National  |  posted May 5th - 9:30am
New research has found that Americans parents fear pornography more than they fear their child seeing terrorism videos or gambling websites.
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59-year-old woman missing for a week

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted May 5th - 9:24am
Police are searching for a woman who has been missing for a week.
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U. unveils tool to track sources of pollution

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 5th - 9:11am
An event Monday at the University of Utah unveiled a sophisticated computer model that tracks specific sources of air pollution at an hourly rate in the Salt Lake Valley. The model is designed to help better understand air quality issues.
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BLM implementing dart-gun fertility control

Katie McKellar  |  posted May 5th - 8:56am
Some wild horse advocates are praising the Bureau of Land Management for implementing its first fertility control program that does not require roundups.
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Chickens, turkeys die in Heber City house fire

Geoff Liesik  |  posted May 5th - 8:41am
Investigators are working to determine what caused a fire Monday that destroyed a Heber City home and killed several animals in an attached garage.
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Volunteer cuddling at hospital shows power of human touch

Jaleesa Irizarry, NBC News  |  posted May 5th - 8:13am
At Meriter Hospital NICU, volunteers are part of a program that brings in people to hold, rock, and cuddle the infants, making sure they're getting enough interaction. Doctors say it helps infants get home quicker.
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GPS aids in rescue of lost hikers

Shara Park  |  posted May 5th - 7:57am
Two hikers are safe after an overnight rescue in American Fork Canyon. Police say rescuers found the pair thanks to their GPS.
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200 West to get bikeway in fall

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted May 5th - 7:41am
The city is underway with a project that would make it easier for cyclists to safely connect the ballpark and downtown neighborhoods.
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AAA offers a ‘Tipsy Tow’ on Cinco de Mayo

Jarom Moore  |  posted May 5th - 7:29am
AAA is offering a "Tipsy Tow" for those who will be drinking on Cinco de Mayo.
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Here's how grocery prices have changed in the past decade

Jessica Ivins  |  posted May 4th - 11:59pm
Ever feel as if a trip to the grocery store just keeps getting more costly? We tracked down the average cost of foods found in the kitchens of most American families, broke those prices down by year and determined how much more you pay today.
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With Liberia, Sierra Leone Ebola free, LDS missionaries to return this summer

Tad Walch  |  posted May 4th - 10:44pm
With Ebola disappearing from Liberia and a sharp drop of cases in Sierra Leone, the LDS Church is preparing to send missionaries back to those countries. The church removed them last August at the start of an outbreak that killed more than 22,600.
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Thunderstorms doing little for Utah’s woeful spring runoff

Jed Boal  |  posted May 4th - 10:35pm
As soaking rains arrived Monday, it was easy to forget just how little spring runoff is coming from Utah's mountain snowpack. Big and Little Cottonwood creeks should be raging, but water experts say afternoon storms are the best-case scenario now.
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