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An 11-month-old boy overheated and nearly died because the space heater in his room never turned off, his parents said.
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Hill leads BYU over UConn, spoiling Diaco's debut

Pat Eaton-Robb, Associated Press  |  posted Aug 29th - 10:47pm
Taysom Hill threw three touchdown passes and ran for two scores to help BYU beat UConn 35-10 on Friday night, spoiling Huskies coach Bob Diaco's debut.
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Police officer saves 88-year-old man by tackling him

Mike Anderson  |  posted Aug 29th - 10:29pm
A police officer was directing traffic when a car came barreling towards the intersection. She tackled an 88 year-old man, pushing him out of the way.
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Woman who drank toxic tea credits God, family for recovery

Dennis Romboy and Alex Cabrero  |  posted Aug 29th - 10:28pm
Jan Harding says she doesn't hold a grudge against the restaurant that served her iced tea laced with a chemical that almost killed her. And she credits God, her family and prayers with getting her through the most frightening ordeal of her life.
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A few of the scariest places in movies

Sarah Bringhurst for Ok.com  |  posted Aug 29th - 9:49pm
If there is one thing that can make or break a horror film, it's the setting. Would Freddy Kruger be as scary if he lived on Drury Lane instead of Elm Street? Probably not.
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4 sets of twins makes 1 unique third-grade classroom

Mary Richards  |  posted Aug 29th - 9:17pm
A third-grade teacher at Columbia Elementary School in Kaysville is seeing double — several times over. She has four sets of twins in her classroom.
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Previously convicted felon arrested on DUI, firearm restrictions, police say

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Aug 29th - 8:49pm
Following a traffic stop for a minor traffic violation, a Carbon County man was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, firearm violation and drug possession.
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The benefits of fighting and how to do it better

Anastasia Pollock, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Aug 29th - 8:14pm
When you think about fighting and arguing with your partner, you usually feel dread or another negative emotion. However, conflict in a relationship can help to make it stronger when it is done in a healthy way.
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Police delay charges against mom accused of leaving baby in trash can

Whitney Evans  |  posted Aug 29th - 7:47pm
Days after a Kearns woman was accused of leaving her newborn baby in a trash can, questions remain about her mental capacity, whether she knew she was pregnant and the identity of the baby's father.
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Armed robber arrested after fleeing in stolen car, police say

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 29th - 7:29pm
Police located and arrested a man shortly after he robbed a Payson credit union Friday morning, police said.
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Labor Day travel projected at a six-year high, officials say

Jed Boal  |  posted Aug 29th - 7:01pm
Officials estimate more people plan to travel this Labor Day than in the past six years.
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Prep football, Week 2 scores

KSL.com  |  posted Aug 29th - 6:30pm
Check back here for the latest scores from all the week 2 prep football games across the state.
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Sanpete County father accused of punching, shaking newborn baby

Brian West and Sam Penrod  |  posted Aug 29th - 5:44pm
A 20-year-old Sanpete County father has been charged with causing severe and multiple injuries to his newborn baby less than 1 month old by punching and shaking the girl. It's the latest in a spate of disturbing Utah incidents involving child abuse.
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12-car accident results in 1 minor injury

KSL.com  |  posted Aug 29th - 5:15pm
One person received minor injures after an accident involving 12 cars.
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Slow Comcast speeds were costing Netflix customers

David Goldman, CNN  |  posted Aug 29th - 5:12pm
Why did Netflix pay Comcast to stream its videos faster? Because Netflix was losing customers.
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Commission rejects proposed 'sun tax' for solar customers

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Aug 29th - 4:01pm
Rocky Mountain Power wanted to charge residential rooftop solar customers a $4.65 monthly fee to cover its distribution costs of energy for times when solar is not putting power in the grid. But the Utah Public Service Commission said no.
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Utah's flat defense leaves some concerns ahead of Fresno State

Josh Furlong  |  posted Aug 29th - 3:23pm
It's been said defense wins championships. And if Thursday night is any indication of how close Utah is to a championship, the team has a long way to go before that dream becomes a reality.
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Police seek vandals after windows broken with rocks

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 29th - 2:51pm
Police are searching for those responsible for a vandalism spree early Wednesday morning.
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In first, memorial will be open on night of 9/11

Jennifer Peltz, Associated Press  |  posted Aug 29th - 2:08pm
The Sept. 11 memorial plaza will be open on the night of the attacks' anniversary this year, the first time the general public will be able to visit ground zero on the commemoration date.
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4 unique Labor Day weekend activities in St. George

by KSL Deals  |  BrandView  
Take the opportunity this Labor Day weekend to plan a fun and unique activity for you, and possibly think about bringing the family along.
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Obama's no 'strategy yet' comment on ISIS in Syria sparks political uproar

Tom Cohen, CNN  |  posted Aug 29th - 1:47pm
When is a strategy not a strategy? When it's a political football. President Barack Obama has ignited fresh conservative criticism by saying "we don't have a strategy yet" for airstrikes against ISIS targets in Syria.
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Have You Seen This? Surprise lightning strike

Martha Ostergar  |  posted Aug 29th - 1:15pm
A Swedish woman gets a surprise shock while enjoying the apparent calm after a storm.
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After death of student, district emphasizes bus safety

Mary Richards  |  posted Aug 29th - 1:01pm
Educators and police are urging every child and every driver to be more cautious and not get lax with safety as the school year progresses in wake of a student who was hit and killed by a bus in the spring.
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Ebola in mind, US colleges screen some students

Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press  |  posted Aug 29th - 12:16pm
College students from West Africa may be subject to extra health checks when they arrive to study in the United States as administrators try to insulate campuses from the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
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