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Donations pouring from around the country for two girls critically injured in an Ogden car accident Friday.
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After father’s death, Utah teen continues his legacy in football

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Oct 20th - 3:01pm
A Utah teen used his father's example to motivate and inspire him to receive a full-ride scholarship to play college football.
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Veterans awarded medals for service by Korean government

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Oct 17th - 10:58am
Many of the veterans at Thursday's ceremony live in St. George because of the frostbite they received in Korea in the early 1950s, said Marine veteran John Cole.
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Football team honors player who lost mom to breast cancer

Devon Dolan  |  posted Oct 16th - 11:34am
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Olympus High School football team and its opponents showed off a new color Wednesday night in honor of a player's mom who lost her battle to breast cancer just last month.
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Teen with cystic fibrosis talks about 'perks' of hospital stays

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Oct 15th - 10:47am
A 17-year-old whose health condition makes her familiar with the hospital recently made a charming and optimistic video about the best parts of staying in a hospital.
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College moves up season so dying basketball player can play first game

Faith Karimi, CNN  |  posted Oct 15th - 8:49am
A terminally ill basketball player in Ohio will get a chance to make her dreams come true with her first college game.
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Man who is blind asks for readers, dozens respond

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Oct 14th - 11:04am
About 40 people responded to a man's advertisement requesting people to read to him after a passerby tweeted a photo of the request posted in a bookshop.
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Being kind online and other moments that made your day

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Oct 13th - 9:58am
It can be easy to hide behind a computer screen and say mean things. But when someone extends some kindness online, it makes a difference in that corner of the Internet. That's our goal of this weekly column — to make the Internet more positive.
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Utah soldier surprises daughter on soccer field  |  posted Oct 11th - 10:26pm
Families of eight Utah soldiers celebrated Saturday after their loved-ones came home following an 11-month deployment to Kosovo. But for Maj. Chad Koon the homecoming didn't end at the airport.
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5-year-old Orem boy thrilled to become police officer for a day

Wendy Leonard  |  posted Oct 11th - 6:46pm
Lucas Aguilar spent Saturday fighting bad guys with the K-9 unit and searching for superheroes at Utah's Hogle Zoo. It was his wish to become a police officer, and, at least for the day, the 5-year-old could forget about his life-threatening leukemia.
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Boy who asked for 99 birthday cards gets over 10K

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Oct 10th - 11:24pm
9-year-old Rhett Bird hoped for 99 on his ninth birthday. His request went viral and he was presented with over 10,000 cards at Salem Hills High School Friday night.
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College students surprise pizza delivery man with $1.2K tip

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Oct 10th - 8:21pm
When one CEO decided to teach 3,000 college students a lesson, a pizza delivery man walked away with more than $1,200 in tips.
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