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July 22nd, 2014
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How to have a positive outlook when things go wrong

06/03/2013 6:15am
This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim explains some ways to stay positive when things go wrong. She gives readers principles of truth that work and shows you how to choose a better attitude.

Snowboarder from Uganda: Documentary focuses on student's Olympic dreams

06/03/2013 7:39am
Filmmakers are trying to make a Westminster College student famous, as he tries to make Olympic history.

Hotels using social media to research customers

06/03/2013 7:49am
Premium service at hotels is not just for big spenders. Analysts say hotels managers are going the extra mile online to make sure guests have a custom-made lodging experience.

7 stories you missed this weekend

06/03/2013 7:58am
We've put together a few of the bigger local stories from the weekend that you may have missed. Click the headlines to read the full story.

5 reasons to go to Salt Lake Comic Con

06/03/2013 11:01am
Utah's first Comic Con will be held in Salt Lake City Sept. 5–7 at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Here are five reasons you should go.

Is religion losing or gaining influence on society?

06/03/2013 11:23am
Most people believe religion is losing influence on American life, according to a recent Gallup poll. Additionally, 75 percent said society would be better off if more Americans were religious.

Google adds nutrition information for popular foods to its search results

06/03/2013 11:42am
How many calories does that popcorn have? Now, you can see nutrition info for more than 1,000 different food items right in Google's search results.

Chemical in sweat causes men to cooperate, behave generously

06/03/2013 11:48am
A chemical found in the sweat of men's armpits has been implicated in causing males to cooperate more fully and behave with more generosity.

Man seriously injured in 5-car accident

06/03/2013 11:51am
Emergency crews responded to a five-car accident in West Valley City Monday morning that put one man into the hospital.

Jerry Sloan's Jazz rumors; amazing rain delay performance

06/03/2013 12:09pm
Jerry Sloan has reportedly been in discussion with the Utah Jazz for an unspecified position with the team. Instead of watching rain during a baseball delay, one team decided to put on a show.

Doman speaks about his life experience and role as a father

06/03/2013 12:24pm
Brandon Doman is well known throughout the state for his role as a former BYU quarterback, BYU offensive coordinator and a member of the San Francisco 49ers. But he is also a father.

Have You Seen This? BASE jumping Everest

06/03/2013 1:17pm
Russian extreme sport star Valery Rozov completed the highest BASE jump ever by leaping off the north face of Mount Everest.

How to behave around cars when you're riding a bike

06/03/2013 2:03pm
Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians have to work together to keep the roads safe. As a cyclist, here's how you can do your part:

Man wanted in SLC attempted murder found in Park City

06/03/2013 2:06pm
A suspect in an attempted aggravated murder case has been arrested in Summit County after being pulled over for a traffic violation.

5 greatest comedy film duos of all time

06/03/2013 2:32pm
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson have a new film coming out this week, "The Internship," so we thought we'd take a look at the five greatest comedy film duos of all time.

Police find 44 pot plants while responding to call about dogs

06/03/2013 2:58pm
A sheriff's sergeant responding to an animal control call Sunday uncovered a small marijuana growing operation.

Daily sunscreen reduces effects of aging 24 percent, study says

06/03/2013 4:50pm
Slathering on sunscreen is the gold standard for skin cancer prevention, and now research suggests it can also slow the aging process.

Thieves targeting mailboxes in South Jordan

06/03/2013 5:32pm
Thieves are targeting mailboxes in South Jordan and police want to bring attention to what's going on and keep it from happening again. Twenty-two thefts have been reported since March 29, and there may be many more.

Funeral held for boys allegedly stabbed, killed by brother

06/03/2013 5:34pm
The funeral for two young West Point brothers stabbed to death in their home May 22 week was held Monday. Hundreds of people attended the services for 10-year-old Alex and 4-year-old Benjie Vidinhar at the Washington Heights Baptist Church in Ogden.

UDOT cautions drivers after uptick in road fatalities

06/03/2013 6:58pm
A rash of fatal accidents on Utah's roads has the Utah Department of Transportation reminding drivers to be careful as they travel this summer.

Utah-based storm chaser explains 'call of the tornado'

06/03/2013 7:45pm
The practice and lifestyle of storm chasing are in the spotlight following the deaths of three storm chaser-scientists Friday in El Reno, Okla. But a Salt Lake City-based meteorologist and storm chaser says these scientists have saved countless lives.

Pilot mixes work with charity to help young cancer patient

06/03/2013 7:47pm
Salt Lake City pilot John Trentman helped load the luggage of 4-year-old Taleah Stevenson into his aircraft and made sure she was comfortable before directing his plane down one of South Valley Regional Airport's runways.

5 deadly lung diseases and the damage they can do

06/03/2013 8:24pm
No doubt you've heard of lung diseases like tuberculosis and cystic fibrosis, but did you know how damaging they can be to your body? These diseases are among five of the most deadly lung problems you can develop.

Coalville residents dress up 'immodest' statue

06/03/2013 8:46pm
The City of Coalville decided to beautify Main Street, starting with a statue called "Leaf Dancer." The statue has raised a few eyebrows, and now residents have taken it into their own hands to dress the statue.

3 arrested in Provo skateboard heist, attack

06/03/2013 9:08pm
An 18-year-old and two younger suspects have been arrested on suspicion of attacking two juveniles in Provo to steal their skateboards.

Quirky museum shows kids cleaning can be fun

06/03/2013 10:18pm
A new tourist attraction in Idaho is drawing rave reviews, and it doesn't take dirt lightly. The museum's artifacts are unique in that they have one common theme: cleanliness.

Family shares story of I-80 twins birth; 911 call released to media

06/03/2013 10:22pm
A woman who gave birth to twin boys near the "Tree of Life" sculpture along I-80 Sunday shared her story with news reporters Monday. Police also released audio of the intense 911 call documenting the babies' birth.

New Cheerios commercial has social media networks buzzing

06/03/2013 11:01pm
A new ad featuring a multi-racial family is stirring up some buzz on the Internet — and not in a good way. The Cheerios commercial has sparked some very negative comments online, but was its creation really a bad idea?

Davis County FrontRunner death appears to be suicide, police say

06/03/2013 11:10pm
A man was killed Monday evening after being hit by a FrontRunner train in Davis County. Investigators say the death appears to be a suicide.

FTC lawsuit against Jeremy Johnson could be put on hold pending Utah case

06/03/2013 11:14pm
Prosecutors want a Nevada judge to put a federal lawsuit against St. George businessman Jeremy Johnson on hold pending the outcome of a criminal case against him in Salt Lake City.
 
   
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