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A woman was critically injured and her boyfriend arrested Thursday after police say he intentionally hit her with his vehicle.
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Boy Scouts' leader says ban on gay adults not sustainable

David Crary and Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press  |  posted May 21st - 10:49pm
The national president of the Boy Scouts, Robert Gates, says the organization's longstanding ban on participation by openly gay adults is no longer sustainable and is urging change in order to avert potentially destructive legal battles.
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100 deadliest days ahead for Utah's highways

Keith McCord  |  posted May 21st - 10:41pm
Millions of people are preparing to get away for Memorial Day weekend, the beginning of the summer travel and vacation season.
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Boy gets to live his dream of becoming a police officer

Andrew Adams  |  posted May 21st - 10:41pm
Police mocked up several scenarios to offer a realistic day-in-the-life feel for 9-year-old McKade Daley.
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Hillcrest students, other schools mourn loss of fallen classmates

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 21st - 10:36pm
Students at Hillcrest High School on Thursday mourned the loss of two students who were killed in a car crash Wednesday night.
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Price woman killed after losing control of motorcycle on U.S. 6

Geoff Liesik and Ben Lockhart  |  posted May 21st - 10:36pm
A Price woman was killed Thursday after her motorcycle lost control and hit a guardrail on U.S. Route 6.
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23-year-old man dies after falling in Green Canyon

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted May 21st - 10:35pm
A man who fell 80 feet in Green Canyon Thursday afternoon has died, officials said.
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All-night graduation parties may lead to drowsy driving accidents

Jed Boal  |  posted May 21st - 10:35pm
It's high school graduation season, and after the pomp and circumstance fades, high school grads head out to all-night parties. Even without alcohol involved, drowsy driving can be deadly.
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Quick response, CPR training help teacher save colleague

Mike Anderson  |  posted May 21st - 9:43pm
Rick Spencer says his CPR certification played a crucial role as one of his colleagues went into cardiac arrest.
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Utah A.G. Reyes took donation from 1-800 Contacts

Michelle L. Price, Associated Press  |  posted May 21st - 9:29pm
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes accepted a $5,000 campaign donation from a contact lens seller based in the state after his office began defending a new law that critics say was written at the company's behest.
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Advances in cystic fibrosis mean kids like Elliot can live long, healthy lives

Heather Simonsen  |  posted May 21st - 9:08pm
At 2 months old, Elliot Hales wasn't gaining weight. His parents learned he had cystic fibrosis. At 7, Elliot is thriving, and this month a federal advisory committee recommended approving a new drug that could be a game changer in the disease.
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Bulletin warns Texas police of potential new threats from bikers

Kyung Lah, Evan Perez, Steve Almasy and Holly Yan  |  posted May 21st - 8:44pm
Texas law enforcement officials are investigating what they say are new threats against officers from biker gangs in the wake of a recent shootout in Waco.
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Dealing with deadly food allergies: Utah mom shares her story

Tracie Snowder  |  posted May 21st - 8:29pm
Food allergies are life threatening and people, both young and old, die from them every year. A Utah mom shares her story of how she copes with her son's deadly condition.
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What are the fittest cities in the U.S. and why?

Azadeh Ansari, CNN  |  posted May 21st - 7:34pm
Regardless of where you live in the United States, one trend seems to be clear: The more pedestrian-friendly the city, the healthier its residents, according to a recent report released by the American College of Sports Medicine.
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Daisy's rare eye cancer and the signs that could help others

Jen Jacobson  |  posted May 21st - 7:18pm
John and Michelle Callister's 20-month-old daughter, Daisy, was diagnosed with a rare eye cancer called retinoblastoma, which resulted in the removal of Daisy's eye. The couple hopes sharing Daisy's story can help others.
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Alpine man to compete in 2015 X Games

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 21st - 7:02pm
After an injury took him out of racing for several years, an Alpine man got into Endurocross motorcycle racing and has been invited to the 2015 X Games.
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Oakley City water boil order lifted

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted May 21st - 6:52pm
A boil order issued to those using the Oakley city water system Wednesday afternoon was lifted Thursday evening, according to the Summit County Facebook page.
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Homes, car vandalized after Garland mayor fires police chief

Alex Cabrero  |  posted May 21st - 6:21pm
After the new mayor of Garland decided to fire the longtime police chief, some people took their frustrations out on the city.
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Man sentenced to prison in murder of Taylorsville woman

McKenzie Romero  |  posted May 21st - 5:33pm
A West Jordan man who killed a woman in her Taylorsville home and was caught attempting to flee the country has been sentenced to at least 30 years and up to life in prison.
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Murder trial to stay in Carbon County, judge rules

Geoff Liesik  |  posted May 21st - 5:33pm
A man charged with murder after a deadly house fire in Price will have his case heard by a Carbon County jury, a judge ruled Thursday.
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Senators offer compromise on domestic surveillance changes

Ken Dilanian, Associated Press  |  posted May 21st - 5:10pm
The chairman of the Senate intelligence committee floated a compromise Thursday that would end bulk collection of phone records by the National Security Agency after a two-year transition period, leaving it up to the House to accept the deal or allow expiration of government surveillance powers June 1.
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‘Batkid Begins’ trailer brings back little boy who captivated millions

Jessica Ivins  |  posted May 21st - 3:32pm
The boy who donned a cape and fought his way into the hearts of spectators across the world almost two years ago is back, and with a bang.
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States that pay elementary teachers the most

JJ Feinauer, Deseret News  |  posted May 21st - 3:10pm
How do you judge the worth of a teacher? Here we've listed the top 25 states for average elementary school teacher pay.
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Lunchbox letters from mom inspire grad student’s thesis

Jessica Ivins  |  posted May 21st - 3:01pm
A little bit of encouragement can carry a person a very long way. That's the idea a New York grad student wanted to convey in her thesis project, which was inspired by more than 100 notes slipped into her lunchbox by her mother over a decade ago.
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