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Arson suspected in school fires

Paul Nelson  |  posted Aug 12th - 7:34am
Investigators suspect two fires at a Clinton elementary school were intentionally set. "We've got some good leads," the fire chief said.
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Clinton entrepreneur helps consumers ditch “pack mule” look

Peter Samore  |  posted Aug 12th - 6:00am
Tired of lugging 100 lbs. of gear for sporting and other outdoor events, some Clinton entrepreneurs kick started a campaign to build a bag to haul it all at once.
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Parents may be part of the distraction for teen drivers

Becky Bruce  |  posted Aug 11th - 10:54am
New research suggests at least half of the time, parents are the ones teens are talking to when they use a cell phone and drive.
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Utah congressman describes ISIS as "evil"

Becky Bruce  |  posted Aug 11th - 7:41am
A Utah congressman and veteran is describing ISIS as "evil incarnate," in a new interview with KSL Newsradio.
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Three Rescued After 15 Hours on Utah Lake

Brianna Bodily  |  posted Aug 8th - 11:10pm
Trio ties disabled jet skis together, waits through the night before being spotted by rescue helicopter.
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Lehi man nearly dies after boat explodes off Washington coast

Paul Nelson  |  posted Aug 8th - 11:11am
A Lehi man is telling his dramatic story about how he nearly died of hypothermia after his boat exploded off the coast of Washington.
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Can cities say "no" to risky developments?

Becky Bruce  |  posted Aug 7th - 7:45am
A Utah state senator says cities may feel like they can't say no to developers who have done their homework, even when they believe building in a certain area is too risky.
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What to know if you want to build on a hillside

Peter Samore  |  posted Aug 7th - 7:16am
A home builders association says you can ask cities and developers for records and studies of homes built on hillsides, especially after North Salt Lake's landslide.
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Popular country act sued by Utah event

Becky Bruce  |  posted Aug 6th - 9:43am
A top country music act is being sued by a Utah promoter, after that company claims the band's manager ruined its reputation.
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Even experts can't agree on "Low T" therapy

Paul Nelson  |  posted Aug 6th - 7:52am
The number of men turning to treatment for low testosterone has jumped dramatically over the past decade. But there is sharp disagreement on whether testosterone therapy does any good.
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