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After 6 decades, woman finally meets her long-lost sisters

Jen Jacobson  |  posted Jun 28th - 3:58pm
Carol B. Moss always knew she was adopted. But after her adoptive mother passed away she decided to research her biological mother. After more than a decade of searching, Moss found she has siblings and discovered a strong connection to them.
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Habitat for Humanity bringing families back to Kearns

Sandra Olney  |  posted Jun 28th - 12:33pm
Kearns was Utah's third largest city in the 1950s. But its population has steadily dropped the last few decades. Now, it's ready for a comeback as Salt Lake County teams up with organizations like Habitat for Humanity to bring families back to Kearns.
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‘If Cancer Was A Fish’ picture book written to help kids cope with tragedy

Peter Rosen  |  posted Jun 26th - 10:32pm
If cancer was a fish, Tiffany Berg Coughran and her five kids would definitely throw it back. That's the visual Coughran conjured up several years ago when her husband, Paul Berg, was diagnosed with oral cancer.
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Springville girl baking cookies to help rescue child slaves

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Jun 26th - 9:49pm
A 12-year-old Springville girl is working to create a perpetual bake sale in hopes of helping rescue children who are being trafficked around the world.
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Inspired by teammates, Lehi soccer club donates uniforms to kids in Haiti

Arianne Brown, Contributor  |  posted Jun 26th - 8:31pm
Soccer players from the Utah Arsenal Soccer Club, inspired by three of their Haitian teammates, are gathering their old soccer uniforms, including jerseys, shorts, socks and shoes, to send to children in Haiti.
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Why I won't listen when you tell me you're OK

Kate Rose Lee, Contributor  |  posted Jun 25th - 10:26am
S​ome of our trials match and some do not, but maybe together we have a nearly complete understanding of how to help each other.
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Teenage girl bullied relentlessly gets new ears

Heather Simonsen  |  posted Jun 24th - 9:18pm
A teenage girl teased relentlessly for her large, protruding ears got a charitable surgery by a doctor plagued by the same problem as a child.
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Funeral home offers puppy love during funeral consults

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Jun 24th - 10:16am
The death of a loved one can be difficult to cope with, but a funeral home in Virginia is using something cute and cuddly to help.
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Orem officer stops mid-parade to cheer boy with autism

Martha Ostergar  |  posted Jun 24th - 8:58am
The Orem police received a message of gratitude on their Facebook page Tuesday after an officer did something small to make a big difference.
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Former homeless man employs homeless people at nonprofit kitchen

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Jun 24th - 8:01am
Formerly homeless Isaac Farley started a nonprofit organization to help homeless people become more self-sufficient.
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Cop comforts 2-year-old with lullaby after dad dies in crash

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Jun 23rd - 1:01pm
A Colorado officer is being praised after comforting a hysterical 2-year-old girl after her dad died in a crash over Father's Day weekend.
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