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September 30th, 2014
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Dust from dogs key to possible allergy treatment

12/25/2013 8:20am
Good news for dog owners and fido lovers all over: Having a canine companion can reduce a child's chances of developing asthma and allergies later in life and it could be a key component to a new treatment of the diseases.

Deputies seek inmate released for doctor appointment

12/25/2013 9:14am
Deputies are looking for help to locate a man who has not returned after being released for a medical furlough.

UPS backlog means missing Christmas gifts; Amazon responds

12/25/2013 9:45am
Santa wasn't the only one racing against the clock to get packages to homes Tuesday night. UPS was too.

Life-sized Lego hot rod runs on air

12/25/2013 11:35am
A man can cruise around in a hot rod he made out of more than 500,000 Legos.

Mom of pregnant woman on life support: Change the law

12/25/2013 12:09pm
Christmas was the favorite holiday for Marlise Munoz's family. She, her brother and parents would open presents, go to the movies and shoot fireworks they had saved from July.

AP PHOTOS: Christmas celebrated near and far

12/25/2013 12:34pm
Around the world, the holidays are in full swing. There are Christmas lights in Hong Kong, midnight Mass in Bethlehem, and even Santa distributing sweets in India.

Have You Seen This? Park the Herald Angels Sing

12/25/2013 1:13pm
It's Christmas so what's more appropriate than an adorable little girl singing the wrong words to Christmas classic? Enjoy and Merry Christmas.

Bipartisan bill seeks to boost foreign adoptions

12/25/2013 1:51pm
Amid partisan conflict in Congress, dozens of lawmakers from both parties _ including staunch liberals and conservatives _ have united behind a bill that supporters say addresses a heart-rending issue beyond politics: the millions of foreign children languishing in orphanages or otherwise at risk because they have no immediate family.

2 teens involved in Roy robbery to stand trial as adults

12/25/2013 2:34pm
Two teenagers whom police say were part of a larger group involved in an armed robbery in Roy have been certified to stand trial as adults.

Girl gives her deaf father the gift of song

12/25/2013 3:27pm
A Missouri man who has been deaf for more than 50 years is hearing the world around him for the first time. But one sound he finally heard has forever changed his life.

Apollo 8 astronaut marks 1968 broadcast to Earth

12/25/2013 4:12pm
Standing by a part of the Apollo 8 spacecraft he once rode, retired astronaut James Lovell on Monday read the 1968 Christmastime broadcast from the day he and two others became the first humans to orbit the moon.

Girl whose wish inspired mass Christmas carol celebration dies

12/25/2013 5:36pm
A little girl whose Christmas wish inspired thousands of people to sing in the streets died overnight.

A Christmas wish comes true

12/25/2013 6:15pm
All Elliot Shirback wanted for Christmas this year was cards. A houseful of cards poured in for the 25-year-old New York man who has Down syndrome, according to his mother's Facebook pages.

I found Christmas in a busy restaurant

12/25/2013 6:58pm
It seems like this Christmas has come quicker than most and is about to end much the same way. I have been feeling badly that I haven't done much to enjoy the holiday. It really hasn't felt much like Christmas at all — until last Wednesday.

Homeless man walks 20 blocks for Christmas dinner

12/25/2013 9:24pm
It's been said you don't really know what a man is going through until you walk a mile in his shoes. However, chances are you will never want to experience what Derek Mullins has.

Leaders around the globe share Christmas messages

12/25/2013 10:40pm
Christmas is a time for sharing and giving, but it's also a time when important messages are sent throughout the world. This year, some captivating ideas are being conveyed on this holiday.

Sandy family's Christmas celebration disrupted by garage fire

12/25/2013 10:45pm
A fire burned a Sandy family's garage Wednesday, but their house was spared as the flames were contained.

Wednesday's Child: Esteban

12/25/2013 10:52pm
For hundreds of children living in the foster care system, Christmas is another day spent without a family of their own. Esteban is an 11 year-old boy who enjoys playing in the snow and loves dogs.

7 compelling Utah stories from 2013

12/25/2013 10:56pm
At the end of the year, we like to take a look back of some of the major news events that happened during the past 12 months. And every year, there are always a few stories that stand out more than others.
 
   
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