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A 4-year-old West Jordan boy who died Tuesday after a long battle with leukemia has inspired a $250,000 donation to the Huntsman Cancer Institute on his behalf.
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Price boy raises money to help Carbon County flood victims

Geoff Liesik  |  posted Oct 31st - 6:30pm
Jaxon Ingram wanted to help Carbon County flood victims, but only had $47 in his piggy bank. So the 8-year-old Price boy approached his principal about a fundraiser that has generated more than $1,400.
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Dancers move to make powerful anti-bullying ad

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Oct 31st - 11:07am
In honor of National Bullying Awareness Month, a group of young dancers came together to make a video to inspire kids every where to stop bullying on the Internet.
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Game company to help 'Operation' creator with operation costs

Jacque Wilson, CNN  |  posted Oct 31st - 10:21am
Friends of "Operation" game creator John Spinello are raising money to help him pay for a medical procedure.
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Opposing teams create memorable moment for player with autism

Dave McCann  |  posted Oct 30th - 12:53pm
With a little creative planning, two opposing high school football teams allowed for a moment that a teammate with autism will remember forever.
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Teen uses mountain biking to cope with father’s cancer

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Oct 30th - 10:09am
Sports have often inspired and motivated people, and for one Utah teen, mountain biking helped her cope with her father's cancer diagnosis.
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100-year-old high school's 1st football team winning more than games

Peter Rosen  |  posted Oct 29th - 10:43pm
There's something new at Wayne High School — something the small southern Utah school hasn't seen in its 100 years: football. The new team doesn't have the best of records, but the coach and community say that doesn't matter a bit.
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Utah humanitarian continues work in Africa despite Ebola outbreak

Wendy Leonard  |  posted Oct 29th - 7:03pm
The Utah Department of Health is monitoring a second Utahn who has returned from a country in West Africa where Ebola is on the sprawl. She says the deadly virus couldn't stop her from helping those who needed her the most.
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Student who's never played basketball sinks 4 shots for $10K

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Oct 29th - 11:38am
A senior at a college in Tennessee had the chance to win $10,000 if he made four different basketball shots from around the court in just 30 seconds. He thrilled the audience when he did it, even with a broken finger.
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She irritated me in every way

Michael McCarlie, Contributor  |  posted Oct 29th - 10:01am
I was sitting in line at a drive-up waiting to order breakfast. I was running late and was irritated at the world. The woman directly in front of me received the brunt of my irritation, and then she did something that changed everything in an instant.
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Cancer diagnosis prompts 'Songs for Life'

Angie Denison  |  posted Oct 28th - 10:08pm
Music has the power to heal, to soothe and to relax. So when one woman was diagnosed with cancer she used it to her advantage. Now she's hoping to use music to help others heal as well.
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Local boy waiting for heart transplant dances with grandma

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Oct 28th - 10:46am
Six-year-old Teagan Dash Pettit is nearing 200 days of waiting on the heart transplant list, but his spirits are still high.
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