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The National Park Service said Wednesday it believes an artist working under the name Creepytings vandalized eight national parks in the western United States.
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Utahn receiving award, knighthood for floral arrangements

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Oct 30th - 10:24am
An Ogden native will be knighted and receive the Order of the Arts & Letters award on Nov. 3 for his world-renowned floral arrangements.
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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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Pornography recovery program offered free to youths

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Oct 30th - 10:03am
Children and teens no longer need access to a credit card to find a solution to fight their pornography addiction.
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Driver leads police on high-speed chase, ditches car

Shara Park  |  posted Oct 30th - 7:35am
Police are searching for a driver who led officers on a chase and drove 80 mph in a 35 mph zone. During the chase, the driver ditched the car, jumped a fence and got away.
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KSL NewsRadio hosts final debate between Love and Owens at 10 a.m.

Lisa Riley Roche  |  posted Oct 30th - 6:49am
The final debate between Republican Mia Love and Democrat Doug Owens on KSL Newsradio on Thursday may have an impact in the already close 4th District congressional race.
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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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Police: Deaths of Utah family of 5 not accidental

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Oct 29th - 10:28pm
Newly-released search warrants show that investigators believe a family of five in Springville died of poisoning last month.
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Unique firefighter memorial carved from old sycamore tree

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Oct 29th - 10:27pm
A new memorial was unveiled Wednesday night, and it's a little different than what we're used to seeing. The work of art behind Murray City Fire Station 81 was carved from a big sycamore tree that was on its way out.
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5-year-old boy requires surgery after dog bites, drags him

Natalie Crofts and Paul Nelson  |  posted Oct 29th - 10:26pm
A 5-year-old boy required surgery after being bit by a family pit bull Wednesday, officials said.
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Salt Lake County district attorney race could be tight

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Oct 29th - 10:23pm
Democratic incumbent Sim Gill leads Republican challenger Steve Nelson in the race for Salt Lake County district attorney, a new poll shows.
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Making museums fun for families: UMFA celebrates 100 years of art

Carole Mikita and Sara Jarman  |  posted Oct 29th - 9:44pm
Museums might not always be the No. 1 destination kids choose when planning family outings. However, for many in the Salt Lake Valley, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts is often the first museum experience they have.
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Ad campaign asking skiers, snowboarders to 'Find Your Greatest' in Utah

Jasen Lee  |  posted Oct 29th - 8:13pm
Utah tourism officials debuted the state's 2014-15 winter national campaign before it hits the national market next month. Dubbed "Find Your Greatest," the campaign features six Utah individuals enjoying "the Greatest Snow on Earth."
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9 counties ask residents to vote by mail

Nicole Vowell  |  posted Oct 29th - 8:08pm
Thousands of Utahns will be voting in a different way this year. Instead of going to the polling location, they only have to go to the mailbox.
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Orem’s most notorious eyesore to be completed after years of delays

Sam Penrod  |  posted Oct 29th - 8:03pm
Midtown Village on State Street between 300 South and 400 South has sat mostly vacant ever since the money dried up to finish the construction. Wednesday, the Ritchie group rebroke ground for the project now called Midtown 360.
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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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Affidavit: Officers believed Darrien Hunt was a threat to others

Pat Reavy  |  posted Oct 29th - 6:44pm
Two Saratoga Springs police officers who shot and killed Darrien Hunt as he fled from them with a sword feared he would harm others, according to a newly released search warrant affidavit. An attorney for Hunt's family calls the explanation 'utter nonsense.'
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3 charged in shooting sought revenge for evicted friends, police say

Pat Reavy  |  posted Oct 29th - 6:41pm
Four people accused in the shooting of a 72-year-old man on the doorstep of his home had planned to rob him because they were upset that he was evicting their friends, police say.
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Provo music label sees continual growth

Brock Allen  |  posted Oct 29th - 6:09pm
Beginning as a way to record and promote their own music and the music of their friends, Joshua James and McKay Stevens began Northplatte Records — a label where they could record what they wanted, and help promote their friends at the same time.
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Parks and Recreation — ZAP tax on the 2014 ballot

Sara Jarman  |  posted Oct 29th - 4:43pm
Visiting the elephants at Hogle Zoo, running on Big Cottonwood Trail, listening to the Utah Symphony or watching films during the Sundance Film Festival is in part facilitated by the Zoo, Arts and Parks tax.
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Tips to keep your child safe while trick-or-treating

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Oct 29th - 4:03pm
While Halloween can be a fun time for children to dress up and collect candy, trick-or-treating can also be dangerous. Before taking your children out on Halloween, here are several safety tips.
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