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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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Pageant coordinators say parents sometimes go too far

Some beauty pageant coordinators are speaking out against a California mom who admits to giving her 8-year-old daughter Botox injections so she can compete.
May 13th - 10:00am
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Fairy tale vs. reality: Marriage takes work, experts say

The royal wedding is just hours away, and while it may seem like a fairy tale come true, reality is much different. Marriage experts say "happily ever after" is just too high of an expectation.
Apr 28th - 9:24am
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Bringing out the Bully, Part 2

No one knows more the pain that bullying can cause than the victim. But one Utah County man has found power and healing in sharing his story.
Apr 15th - 7:31am
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Bringing out the Bully, Part 1

One school in West Jordan has made it a mission to face bullying head-on. It's in their slogan and day-to-day life: Be a buddy, not a bully.
Apr 14th - 5:20am
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Growing sentiment against social media?

A recent survey shows a growing divide between people who use social media and those who don't want to use it. Surveyors say the divide is mostly over one specific thing.
Mar 28th - 7:12am
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Doug & the Movies: 'Mars Needs Moms'

The title says it all. Mars has evolved into a matriarchal society that exists under the surface of the planet.
Mar 11th - 7:30am
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Political experts analyze negative tone of Reid-Angle race

The nation's highest-elected Mormon is in the fight of his political life against a Tea Party-backed upstart. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Republican opponent Sharron Angle are running neck-and-neck for Reid's Senate seat. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson, File)
Oct 22nd - 5:20am
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Utah task force rescuing more child prostitutes

Children across the country, including some in Utah, are being forced into prostitution. The Utah Human Trafficking Task Force is helping free more of them each year.
Sep 29th - 5:20am
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Modern-day slavery shows up in Utah

Federal investigators continue to build a case against a Los Angeles-based company charged with forced labor violations of Thai workers. Some of them worked on southern Utah farms.
Sep 28th - 7:00am
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BYU and Utah: How will conference changes impact their future?

It's set: Utah to the Pac-10 in 2011 and BYU goes independent in football and to the West Coast Conference in other sports. So how did we get here? Where do we go from here? And is BYU done as it claims? KSL Newsradio's Andrew Adams takes a closer look.
Sep 3rd - 5:20am
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