Office of Tourism expects to see an increase in dinosaur tourism in Utah with a little help from National Geographic magazine.
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Michaels Stores Inc. said Thursday that about 2.6 million cards, or about 7 percent of all debit and credit cards used at its namesake stores, may have been affected in a security breach.
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Becky Herberger, Fitness Director at "The Biggest Loser" Resort in Chicago, sits down to discuss the biggest contributors to obesity and what we can start doing right now to improve our overall health.
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Two groups came together Wednesday night to create understanding between groups commonly seen as oppositional.
Paul Nelson | posted Apr 17th - 6:57am
Health care providers are doing more to help treat diabetes and to keep their costs down.
Devon Dolan | posted Apr 16th - 10:48pm
A Utah man was excavating a pool when the walls of dirt started crumbling and eventually collapsed on top of him. After almost an hour of struggle, he managed to pull himself to safety.
Mike Headrick | posted Apr 16th - 10:37pm
How do you know if a business is legitimate? All it takes is a few minutes of your time, a little research and knowing where to look.
Dave McCann | posted Apr 16th - 10:34pm
LDS Church leader Dallin H. Oaks will give the keynote address at UVU's Spring Constitutional Symposium on Religious Freedom. He's not speaking as a church leader, he says, but as a citizen concerned about the condition of democracy in the U.S.
Andrew Adams | posted Apr 16th - 10:30pm
Emergency crews regularly prepare for a 7.0- magnitude earthquake, and they have an idea of how bad the Wasatch Front would look in the event of one. One expert says post-quake Salt Lake City could look much like images from Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
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