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Boehner's comments on tax cuts

Monday was back to work day for Congress. Lawmakers will start with a big twist from the minority leader about tax cuts for the middle class.
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New adjutant general says changes will be national

Brig. Gen. Jefferson Burton said he doesn't expect to make any changes in how the Utah National Guard is run when he takes over as adjutant general in the fall.
May 25th - 4:19pm
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Six surgeries later, man recovers from flesh-eating infection

His left arm was badly swollen. It was turning black. The pain was searing when the doctor walked up his hospital bed.
May 21st - 6:25pm
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Authorities warn of mountain man burglar

Authorities are warning cabin owners to be on the lookout for a mountain recluse suspected in more than two dozen cabin burglaries across the southern Utah wilderness.
May 19th - 9:09am
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40 tires slashed in neighborhood

A neighborhood in Sandy is trying to recover from a rash of vandalism over the weekend involving tire slashing.
Apr 30th - 7:21pm
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Emergency services using newly expired Rx to deal with shortage

Emergency medical services are in desperate need of about 300 drugs, and as a temporary solution, they're looking to hospitals and extended expiration dates on the drugs.
Apr 28th - 12:55pm
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Man's POW story hard to prove, historians say

If you ask David Groves what he was doing during the Vietnam War, he would say he volunteered to serve with the Army's 5th Special Forces Group, was wounded in an ambush and captured, and was starved and tortured for six months until he escaped into the jungle and hid for two weeks.
Apr 23rd - 10:51pm
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Families unprepared for financial burden of caretaking

Along with setting aside money for retirement, caring for an aging parent may be a very real expense for middle-aged people.
Apr 21st - 10:06pm
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Air Force cuts back on air show demonstrations

The Air Force says it is scaling back its participation in dozens of air shows this year in an effort to cut costs and ensure its combat pilots are getting the training hours they need in a time of shrinking budgets.
Apr 21st - 9:39am
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Teen killed in ATV crash was kind, a teacher

Jeremy William Bryant, 16, was remembered Sunday as someone who lived his life to the fullest and had his "pedal to the metal" all the time.
Apr 8th - 5:03pm
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The making of a musical prodigy

Many people dream of playing in Carnegie Hall. Four young Utah girls are getting that chance on April 8th. Their accomplishments come from a combination of natural talent, a lot of discipline, and passion.
Mar 30th - 6:37am
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