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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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Many cemeteries running out of space

A report shows the Provo cemetery is down to about a 1,100 plots to sell. Spanish Fork has about 1,700.
Aug 1st - 9:07am
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Protecting small businesses against hackers

Cyber security experts are telling corporate leaders to assume they've already been hacked in one way or another. Large hacking groups have been able to attack corporations for decades. So, how can business owners protect themselves?
Aug 1st - 8:35am
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Harvard education may hurt Romney in 2012, expert says

At least one expert says Harvard-educated Mitt Romney may have a harder time in 2012 because there is an anti-elitist element in the Tea Party.
Aug 1st - 7:51am
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2 dead in motorcycle accident after fleeing from police

Two people riding a bullet bike that law enforcers clocked at 134 mph were killed early Friday after apparently failing to negotiate a turn.
Jul 29th - 2:53pm
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Chaffetz moves from 'maybe' to 'probably' on run for Senate

Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz may be closer to a decision on whether to run for Sen. Orrin Hatch's seat.
Jul 29th - 2:00pm
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Debt ceiling debate inspires YouTube rap

A rapper's plea to "raise the debt ceiling" is picking up millions of hits on YouTube.
Jul 28th - 10:25am
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Jimmer works out with Jazz today

With just eight days left before the NBA draft, Jimmer Fredette will work out with the Utah Jazz today. Some business leaders hope the Jazz sign him, thinking it would energize Salt Lake City.
Jun 15th - 8:15am
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Brian David Mitchell receives life sentence

"Today is the ending of a very long chapter and the beginning of a very beautiful chapter for me," proclaimed a smiling Elizabeth Smart outside the Frank E. Moss federal courthouse Wednesday.
May 25th - 7:58pm
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Rain saturates hillside slopes; gravity sends mud, rocks sailing

The recent rains have caused more than a fear of flooding, as canyon hillsides are threatening to collapse and roads are being covered with mud.
May 20th - 9:16pm
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How clean are kids' band instruments?

A recent national study shows nasty things like mold, bacteria and fungi lurking inside band instruments. We decided to test some Utah instruments to see if your child's hobby could make them sick.
May 19th - 5:15pm
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