Facebook on your smartphone, Myspace on your iPad, Twitter on your laptop. It all can be a bit too much to handle at times. But what are some of the best ways to sift through all of the clutter we deal with in our digital lives?
When a snake or any other kind of exotic reptile is wandering around somewhere between Ogden and Provo, Utah Reptile Rescue Service usually gets the call to remove it. The owner says calls have been steadily on the rise in the last decade.
Discovering a spouse is cheating can be difficult, emotionally trying, and may require the help of professionals, but relationship experts say the actual realization of a loved one's infidelity is one of the most painful things someone can endure.
The city of Bountiful is looking into its future public transportation needs. City officials say they think a streetcar system would be a good idea. But some residents say they don't like a proposal being studied by UTA.
Warmer weather means people are starting to putter around the garden and are making their plans for summer. The best gauge for spring weather is what happened in the winter, and it's been all over the weather map.
Utah House Majority Leader Kevin Garn says
he paid a woman $150,000 to keep silent about going "hot-tubbing"
with her when she was a minor a quarter century ago. She's been identified as Cheryl Maher, now living in New Hampshire.
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