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How to solve people problems

10/14/2013 6:15am
Coach Kim gives some unique ideas for finding creative solutions to people-based problems.

McMahon heads for Hall of Fame, says treatment for dementia working

10/14/2013 7:12am
Former BYU Cougar Jim McMahon will be inducted into the Utah Sports Hall Of Fame Tuesday. For McMahon, just being able to walk into the ceremony is a big win.

'Wrong mix' used to repave 33rd South

10/14/2013 7:50am
Orange construction barrels are back on a road that was just repaved in July.

Jury selection on tap for former doctor accused of killing wife

10/14/2013 8:35am
Jury selection begins Tuesday in the trial for Martin MacNeill. He is charged with murder and obstruction of justice in the 2007 death of his wife, Michelle.

Couple's keepsake ring recovered from sewer pipes

10/14/2013 9:55am
A Springfield, Mo., couple, married for nearly 70 years, is reunited with a keepsake after it was flushed down the toilet.

Medical emergency motivates couple to lose 538 pounds

10/14/2013 9:55am
At work one day, IT consultant Justin Shelton suddenly began to feel ill. A few hours later, he was in the emergency room, and doctors told him he might have a kidney infection.

Study ties chemical to possible miscarriage risk

10/14/2013 10:10am
New research suggests that high levels of BPA, a chemical in many plastics and canned food linings, might raise the risk of miscarriage in women prone to that problem or having trouble getting pregnant.

Adrian Peterson plays through pain of son's death

10/14/2013 10:36am
For some, going to work after losing a son would be unthinkable. For others, it's a way to cope. That's the route Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson took, choosing to play Sunday, just two days after the death of his son, who was living with his mother in South Dakota.

Marathoner lives after not breathing for a month

10/14/2013 11:01am
A year ago, 42-year-old runner Victor Carlos never thought he'd be excited just to see the starting line. But that was before he almost died. In fact, the father of two girls didn't breathe for a month; a machine pushed oxygen through his body.

3 teens face potential felony charges after pellet gun shooting spree

10/14/2013 11:18am
Three people are facing potential felony charges after weekend vandalism sprees in Sandy and Draper.

4 reasons to visit Disneyland during the holidays

10/14/2013 11:56am
Not that any of us need an excuse to visit Disneyland at any time of the year, but fall in the park is an especially exciting time to be around.

If only the Utes were 6-0

10/14/2013 12:01pm
Despite nearly everyone saying Utah couldn't get a victory over a Top 5 team — and let's be honest, their track record wasn't in their favor — the Utes were resilient and were the better team as they upset the No. 5 Stanford Cardinal Saturday night.

'Happy, imaginative' girl born without ear hopes for prosthetic

10/14/2013 12:22pm
Family and friends of a girl born without an ear are raising money so she can go to Virginia for a prosthetic ear that is waiting for her.

Have You Seen This? This kid ate way too much

10/14/2013 1:12pm
A 3-year-old learned the hard way that overeating makes you contemplate your life decisions.

FBI asks for public's help after stabbing on Ute reservation

10/14/2013 2:04pm
The FBI is looking for the public's help after a man was stabbed over the weekend on the Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation in northeastern Utah.

31 days of family film frights (Part 3)

10/14/2013 2:16pm
Celebrate the build up to Halloween by watching 31 spooky movies that will have you and your family on the edge of your seats and checking underneath the bed.

Hunter found in California forest ate squirrels

10/14/2013 2:38pm
The 72-year-old hunter who was lost for more than two weeks in a California forest survived by eating squirrels and other animals he shot with his rifle, and by making fires and packing leaves and grasses around his body to stay warm, his family said Monday.

5 homemade halloween costumes for kids

10/14/2013 3:30pm
Halloween is approaching and with it brings the stress of picking out the perfect costume. For those with kids, finding great costumes for the whole family can add an extra layer of worry during the month of October.

10 medical procedures that cost more than you think

10/14/2013 3:59pm
Some of the most common medical procedures you may need throughout the course of your life cost much more than you might think. Here are the average costs of some of the country's most common procedures.

Carnival: Boy, 6, drowns in pool on cruise

10/14/2013 4:20pm
A 6-year-old boy drowned in one of the pools aboard a Carnival Cruise Lines ship while at sea, the company said in a statement Monday.

Gender-based abortions raise controversy in England, Australia

10/14/2013 4:34pm
In England, two medical doctors are being sued by a group of Christian lawyers after the physicians arranged an abortion of a female fetus because the parents wanted boys.

With support of husband, woman is determined to walk again

10/14/2013 5:54pm
Every day since an accident that left her paralyzed, Natalie Dartez rejoices in the little things. On Sept. 22, her sandrail went over a steep dune and crashed into a mound of stone, leaving Natalie paralyzed from the chest down.

Utah boy paraglides, wheelchair and all

10/14/2013 6:20pm
Super Fly Paragliding has helped hundreds of people take to the skies, but very few have done so in a wheelchair.

Owner helps track down stolen car; 2 suspects arrested

10/14/2013 6:34pm
Two people were arrested by police Monday for allegedly ramming one vehicle and leading officers on a short chase.

Study links irregular bedtimes to behavior problems in children

10/14/2013 7:17pm
A study of more than 10,000 children in the United Kingdom shows children who don't have a consistent bedtime from an early age are more likely to misbehave by time the time are 7 years old.

Funds intended for toddler's funeral expenses stolen from mother's purse

10/14/2013 7:38pm
Bryce and Trudy Nielsen's 3-year-old son, Dayton, lost his battle with cancer less than two weeks ago. The news was devastating, and to make matters worse, they recently found out the money donated to help them pay for funeral expenses was stolen.

Tooele gas station making right after diesel fuel mix-up

10/14/2013 7:40pm
The Tooele gas station that accidentally loaded diesel fuel into its unleaded gas pumps is making right by paying to have affected car tanks flushed and refilled.

Shutdown deal in sight? Reid, McConnell optimistic

10/14/2013 7:56pm
Racing the clock, the Senate's Democratic and Republican leaders closed in on a deal Monday night to avoid an economy-menacing Treasury default and end the two-week partial government shutdown.

Q&A: What happens if US breaks borrowing limit?

10/14/2013 8:11pm
Negotiations in Congress to raise the nation's borrowing limit are up against a deadline of Thursday. If the limit isn't raised by then, the government will no longer have authority to borrow to pay its bills.

Utah State grad wins Nobel Prize in economics

10/14/2013 8:28pm
Cache Valley native and Utah State University alumnus Lars Hansen was named Monday as one of three Americans to win the 2013 Nobel Prize in economics.

Police search for car thief caught on dealership surveillance

10/14/2013 9:36pm
Police are looking for a man who walked into an Ogden Ford dealership and stole a car in broad daylight. Owners of dealership hope surveillance video of the theft will help detectives track down the thief.

Group seeks to restrict no-knock, knock-and-announce warrants

10/14/2013 10:17pm
A group wants to regulate when police in Utah can break down doors to execute "high-risk" warrants, and it is finding some early interest from state lawmakers.

Man told to pay $30 fine over 16-year-old traffic ticket or lose license

10/14/2013 10:35pm
Normally when you get a traffic ticket, the consequences — fines, court dates, etc. — get wrapped up pretty quickly. But what if 16 years later you found out the state wants to take your license away because of an error in the paperwork?

Mom warns common baby blanket could be grave danger

10/14/2013 11:18pm
An Orem mom has a warning for other parents who may have those common fleece, flannel or plush blankets with stitching around the edge: stitching around the edge of her baby's blanket came undone and nearly choked him.

Dreaming of a gold medal while sleeping in a truck

10/14/2013 11:18pm
Snowboarder Justin Reiter is determined to live his Olympic dream in February — even if it means he has to live in his truck now.

Trey Burke to undergo surgery Tuesday

10/14/2013 11:26pm
Utah Jazz rookie point guard Trey Burke will undergo surgery Tuesday to repair his right index finger. Burke injured the finger during the first half of a preseason game Saturday against the Los Angeles Clippers.

More federal employees seeking assistance at food banks

10/14/2013 11:37pm
Many federal workers coming into the food banks have traditionally been the ones to donate canned goods. But with the federal government shutdown entering its fifteenth day, some are on the other side and receiving items for the first time.

Endangered Missing Advisory issued for 15-month-old

10/14/2013 11:59pm
An Endangered Missing Advisory has been issued for a 15-month-old child family members say was taken from a Murray home Monday evening by the boy's mother. The 19-year-old woman does not have custody of her son, police said.
 
   
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