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October 25th, 2014
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Stop trying to do it all

04/14/2014 7:01am
In this edition of LIFEadvice, coach Kim addresses the fear and stress that come with unrealistic expectations and trying to do it all. She gives useful tips on changing both your mindset and your schedule.

Weight loss efforts need the right supporters

04/14/2014 7:16am
When it comes to losing weight, counselors and dietitians say it's important to surround yourself with people who will support you. But, which people are the right people?

IRS plagued by ID thefts

04/14/2014 7:49am
For several years, KSL Newsradio's Amanda Dickson has reported on the rising tide of identity theft plaguing the IRS. Now, the story has become very personal for her after someone stole her social security number and received her tax return.

Scan a brain, read a mind?

04/14/2014 8:48am
What we write online may be intercepted, filtered and publicized, but we'd like to think that the thoughts and images in our heads are totally private.

Soul seekers: How spiritual is secular America?

04/14/2014 9:16am
The United States is seeing a decline in religious affiliation — but polling data don't always allow for a nuanced discussion of faith and spirituality or the fact that many individuals still want to have a relationship with God.

Wilson 'blessed to be back' as he looks to the future

04/14/2014 9:29am
Last season, then-sophomore quarterback Travis Wilson suffered a concussion against Arizona State following a rushing attempt for a touchdown in a 20-19 loss.

Most photographed places in the world

04/14/2014 10:19am
The Eiffel Tower isn't the most popular place for pictures in Paris, nor is the Empire State Building the top photo destination in New York.

Utah gun owners seek firearms training

04/14/2014 10:35am
Permits that allow Utah residents to carry concealed weapons are popular. The law does not require permit holders to have practical firearms training, but many Utah residents seek it out. A facility called Front Sight in Nevada attracts many Utahns.

Legalizing marijuana may decrease violent crime, studies say

04/14/2014 11:02am
Legalizing marijuana may decrease the amount of crime, according to new studies recently released.

5 moments that made someone's day

04/14/2014 11:39am
Each Monday, we hope to share moments from our readers' lives that made their day great. Whether it is a kind note from a loved one, an act of kindness or a person with an inspiring attitude, we want to hear about it.

2013-14 ski season better than last year, experts say

04/14/2014 11:58am
Some Utah ski resorts have closed, others will close before the end of the month and one, Snowbird, will carry on into May. Overall, predictions are that Utah's 14 resorts will see skier/snowboarder number above totals for 2012-13.

Domestic violence suspect hides from police at Herriman school

04/14/2014 12:19pm
A middle school and high school in Herriman were on lockdown Monday morning after a domestic violence suspect ran from police.

Father, 2 young sons survive 3 days stranded in canyon

04/14/2014 12:25pm
A Payson father and his two young sons were rescued after being stuck in Sandthrax Canyon for three days, according to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office.

Baby masters flying, ninja skills and more thanks to dad's Photoshop art

04/14/2014 12:48pm
Hanging off a shelf, flying behind a plane, chopping fruit with a samurai sword: thanks to a talented dad and a little technology, a baby from Sweden is mastering impressive skills.

Have You Seen This? Shredder vs. shredder

04/14/2014 1:15pm
It's hard to play a face-melting guitar solo, and sometimes it's even harder to shred when you own a cat.

6 babies saved in 2013 thanks to Safe Haven law

04/14/2014 1:55pm
In light of the tragic story unfolding in Pleasant Grove, advocates are promoting Utah's Safe Haven law to help potential parents know there are safe alternatives if they can't take care of their new baby.

Minimalists teach about living a joy-filled life

04/14/2014 2:03pm
Joshua Millburn had a high-profile job, a six-figure salary and loads of debt. He was consumed by consumption and started to think maybe the opposite was the answer.

Blast at bus station in Nigerian capital kills 72

04/14/2014 3:31pm
Suspected Islamic militants struck in the heart of Nigeria on Monday with a massive rush-hour bomb blast at a bus station that killed at least 72 people and wounded 164 in the deadliest attack ever on the nation's capital.

Did political pressure kill plea deal for suspect in mass shooting plot?

04/14/2014 3:56pm
Attorneys for a man accused of planning a mass shooting in Salt Lake City are asking for more information about whether a broken plea deal was the result of pressure from police and officials at City Creek Center.

Kansas shooting suspect had no record of violence

04/14/2014 4:11pm
Never one to keep his hatred to himself, Frazier Glenn Cross for decades sought out any soapbox to espouse his white-supremacist beliefs, twice running for federal office with campaigns steeped in anti-Semitism.

Tech jobs coming to Salt Lake in BIG on MARS expansion

04/14/2014 4:31pm
A local technology firm is looking to increase its presence in Utah. New Salt Lake City-based mobile technology and connectivity company BIG on MARS announced that it will hire 50 to 75 people over the next 18 months for its downtown operation.

Junk food diet causes laziness, study says

04/14/2014 5:58pm
A diet full of processed food isn't only a potential cause of obesity — it can also lead to fatigue and laziness, according to new research.

Carpenter who cut off his fingers makes 'Robohand' with 3-D printer

04/14/2014 6:27pm
A carpenter who lost four fingers in an accident is making functional prosthetic hands using 3-D printers.

Firefighters battle large brush fire in Lehi

04/14/2014 6:39pm
Firefighters began battling a brush fire near Northlake Park Monday afternoon.

Prison inmates grateful for new therapy dog training program

04/14/2014 6:42pm
Therapy dogs are being trained at the Utah State Prison, thanks to a new program that many call a "three-fold rescue." It's a cost-cutting program, helping both the inmates who train the dogs and the military veterans who will receive them.

Sugar House fireworks show guaranteed for 5 more years

04/14/2014 6:46pm
A local burger eatery has answered the annual question of how to fund Sugar House Park's Independence Day fireworks display.

State lawmakers won't override Herbert vetoes

04/14/2014 7:25pm
State lawmakers won't override any of the three bills Gov. Gary Herbert vetoed from the most recent legislative session.

4 ways to make it through unemployment

04/14/2014 7:32pm
Unemployment can be one of the most devastating experiences in one's life, but we do not have to allow that one experience to define us. We can make it through and come out better on the other end.

Malaysia jet search area too deep for submarine

04/14/2014 7:50pm
The search area for the missing Malaysian jet has proved too deep for a robotic submarine which was hauled back to the surface of the Indian Ocean less than half way through its first seabed hunt for wreckage and the all-important black boxes, authorities said on Tuesday.

Former teacher says she was fired for standing up to Granite District

04/14/2014 8:13pm
The firing of a teacher in the Granite School District has energized debate about student testing. Ann Florence says she was fired after standing up to the district; the district administrators, however, say there's more to the story.

Fussy infants and toddlers watch more TV, study says

04/14/2014 8:36pm
According to a new study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, fussy babies and toddlers tend to watch more TV and videos than infants with no issues or mild issues. And that can lead to problems down the road.

Lyft ride sharing to launch in Utah

04/14/2014 9:01pm
Lyft ride sharing app, is launching with local drivers this Friday. City leaders are debating whether it should regulated like other ground transportation services.

Paramedic accuses officials of Fourth Amendment violation

04/14/2014 9:35pm
A United Fire Authority employee has filed a motion to suppress evidence he believes was unlawfully gathered, in violation of the Fourth Amendment.

Barn fire in Richmond causes $50k in damage

04/14/2014 9:46pm
A barn fire in Richmond caused $50,000 in damage and killed "a number of goats," according to the Cache County Fire District.

Boyfriend 'stunned' by accusation girlfriend killed 6 babies

04/14/2014 10:20pm
When Megan Huntsman was asked to accompany investigators to the police station Sunday to answer questions, she seemed to know she wasn't coming back.

Young scores 41 to lead Lakers past Jazz, 119-104

04/14/2014 10:32pm
Nick Young scored a season-high 41 points and helped Los Angeles snap a seven-game losing streak with a 119-104 victory against the Utah Jazz on Monday night.

Charter school for minority students finding success in West Valley

04/14/2014 10:42pm
A new public charter school is the first of its kind not only in Utah, but in the nation. Mana Academy is focused on closing the achievement gap among minority students by bringing culture into the classroom.

'Blood moon' visible during lunar eclipse

04/14/2014 10:50pm
A full lunar eclipse was visible after midnight, with maximum eclipse at 1:46 a.m.

Utah school to auction beautifully painted instruments for fundraiser

04/14/2014 11:59pm
In an effort to raise money for her students to have instruments, a teacher has turned to unconventional artwork.
 
   
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