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A dog that made national news is now enjoying a good life here in Utah, but he still has a long way to go. The German Shephard's late owner left two choices for the executor of her will: cremate the dog, or send him to Best Friends Animal Society.
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Magna boy who fell into frozen pool remembered as cheerful, mischievous

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Jan 23rd - 10:23pm
Jacques Bushman, 12, who died Thursday after falling through the ice at a closed public pool, is remembered as a cheerful and mischievous boy.
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'Selfless' strangers dig vehicle out of snow in Bryce Canyon

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Jan 23rd - 9:19am
A group of strangers banded together to help a pregnant woman and her family get their vehicle out of a snowy ditch in Bryce Canyon and a Minnesota man, touched by the incident, documented the experience.
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Vacuum salesman fulfills birthday dream for teen with autism

Britni McDonald, NBC News  |  posted Jan 22nd - 9:53am
For a 14-year-old boy with autism, a vacuum from a Kirby salesman was the best birthday present he could have asked for.
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Woman who grew up in Russian orphanage finds change, gives back

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Jan 21st - 8:58pm
As a 12-year-old living in a Russian orphanage, Anya Cox uttered the same prayer day after day, "I want a mom back. I want a family."
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Following your passion: Woman helps refugees in Utah

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Jan 21st - 5:32pm
Samira was a refugee from Iraq who became successful then decided to take a pay cut to create "Woman of the World."
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Upcoming race helps children with disabilities through the use of 'borrowed legs'

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Jan 21st - 9:03am
On Feb. 5, a race will be held at the Olympic Oval, where children with special needs will be able to be "pushed to the finish" by people willing to lend their legs. The race is named after Reese Thorne, a 10-year-old boy with cerebral palsy.
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Once-homeless man has new life thanks to hospital staffer

Sarah Reese, Associated Press  |  posted Jan 21st - 7:33am
Dianne Craft initially doubted whether she would ever identify a homeless amputee with dementia she helped get off the streets just before Christmas.
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Sandy man thanks firefighters who saved his cat

Andrew Adams  |  posted Jan 20th - 11:25pm
A Sandy man is thanking the crew of firefighters who helped save his cat, which was stuck under a bridge.
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How 2 boys taught me not to assume the worst

Kate Rose Lee, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Jan 20th - 10:23am
Two children stood on the street, watching my nearby son. I thought, 'I am about to watch my own child get run over by a car My life will be ruined, my husband's, our children's, whoever hits him, and those two kids watching — and it's all my
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Dashcam video shows officer grooving to Taylor Swift's 'Shake It Off'

Emanuella Grinberg, CNN  |  posted Jan 19th - 5:01pm
We're used to seeing police dashboard video of speeders, car accidents or worse. But the Dover Police Department in Delaware is turning the camera on its force to show that police are human, too -- and sometimes they just want to shake, shake, shake, shake, shake.
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Showing appreciation to a veteran and other moments that made someone's day

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Jan 19th - 10:01am
Each week, we share stories from our readers of times when someone has gotten a helping hand. Have you seen or experienced a moment of kindness? Share your experiences with us by submitting them through email or in the comments section.
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