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A man was hospitalized in critical condition Monday after he was stabbed outside St. Vincent De Paul resource center Monday.
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Search on for Utah man after boat overturns in Idaho river

The Associated Press  |  posted 9 minutes ago
Eastern Idaho authorities on Monday searched for the body of a 38-year-old Utah man who was one of four people in a fishing boat that overturned in the Snake River.
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Parents of teen dead from overdose hope others take tragedy to heart

Katie McKellar  |  posted 53 minutes ago
The 17-year-old Farmington boy who died Friday of a suspected drug overdose was a junior at Viewmont High School. His parents hope other parents will talk about drug use, hoping that similar tragedies can be avoided.
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Utah hosts first girls-only tackle football league

Jay Dortzbach  |  posted May 25th - 6:32pm
Remember Samantha Gordon, the pint-sized football player from 2012 who captured the nation's attention? She's back — and she's brought a few friends to the country's first all-girls tackle football league, which kicked off Saturday in West Jordan.
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Memorial Day: Utahns pay tribute to fallen service members

Dennis Romboy  |  posted May 25th - 6:31pm
Memorial Day programs throughout Utah featured patriotic and spiritual songs, 21-gun salutes, ceremonial wreaths and tributes to soldiers past and present.
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Utah veteran calls PacSun T-shirt design ‘slap in the face’

Nkoyo Iyamba and Sandra Yi  |  posted May 25th - 6:29pm
The retail store PacSun experienced significant backlash for selling a T-shirt depicting a black-and-white American flag turned upside down.
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Dixie State falls to North Georgia in Division II softball championship

Sean Walker  |  posted May 25th - 3:59pm
Dixie State softball's attempt at the school's first Division II national championship was cut short with a 5-0 loss to North Georgia Monday afternoon.
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Rep. Love co-sponsors education bill

Lisa Riley Roche  |  posted May 25th - 3:31pm
Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, is co-sponsoring the Student Right to Know Before You Go Act, the first bill she's getting behind in a big way since taking office.
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Potential endangered species listing for sage grouse subject of debate

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 25th - 2:25pm
Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, convened a congressional oversight hearing Tuesday to hear from several states why they can do a better job than the federal government on management of the greater sage grouse. States fear an endangered species listing.
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Honoring the fallen: A photographic look at Memorial Day from 1868 to the present

Deseret News  |  posted May 25th - 12:52pm
Here's a look at observances of Memorial Day throughout its long history, from back in the 1800s when it was known as "Decoration Day" to the present.
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New study gets comprehensive look at Utah's energy industry

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 25th - 12:02pm
Utah's energy development sector and related businesses took center stage at the Governor's Energy Summit in Salt Lake City. At the same time, a new report was released showing energy and energy-related mining generated nearly $21 billion in impacts.
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10 trips history lovers should take

Emi Rigby, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 25th - 11:28am
History buffs and travel lovers unite. Here are 10 great historical trips to take if you want your next vacation to make you smarter.
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Redford to college graduates: World needs you; be fearless

Associated Press  |  posted May 25th - 10:44am
Two-time Academy Award winner Robert Redford is encouraging college graduates to be fearless in a world of challenges and to become collaborators with others and the environment to overcome life's daunting difficulties.
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It's time to vote on USA Freedom Act, Sen. Lee says

Dennis Romboy  |  posted May 25th - 10:28am
Sen. Mike Lee is pushing for legislation to end the National Security Agency's bulk collection of Americans' phone records before the Patriot Act expires a week from Sunday.
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Good time to shop for new car, expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted May 25th - 9:20am
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kick-off for summer.It's also one of the best times of year to go car shopping.
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Gateway mall offers testing venue for high school students

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted May 25th - 8:46am
For the past month, West High School students have taken college preparation exams at a space provided by The Gateway. The school is one of a handful that doesn't have room to administer all tests.
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Utah's unemployment rate unchanged at 3.4%

Jasen Lee  |  posted May 25th - 8:00am
April's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Utah remained unchanged from the prior three months at 3.4 percent. The national unemployment rate dropped one tenth of a percentage point to 5.4 percent for the month.
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5 stories you may have missed this weekend

Angie H. Treasure  |  posted May 25th - 7:28am
Here are five local stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
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Becker responds to pending harassment suit by 3 SLCPD officers

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 25th - 7:02am
Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker responded Sunday night to a pending sexual harassment civil rights lawsuit expected to be filed in the near future by three veteran police officers against the city.
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Family heartbroken over son's rare, degenerative disease

Heather Simonsen  |  posted May 24th - 10:55pm
Landon Caputo was slowly losing his ability to control his muscles and cognition. But no one knew what was wrong. When he was 18 months old, he could say a few words, stand, take a few steps, and now he can't. No one knew what was wrong.
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Zion's trees are dying of old age

John Hollenhorst  |  posted May 24th - 10:31pm
It's a trend that might sadden the hearts of millions who love Zion National Park. One of Zion Canyon's most beautiful features is fading away, and the process may be unstoppable. The canopy of cottonwood trees is dying out.
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