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Lawsuit filed over new parking kiosks

Peter Samore and Mary Richards  |  posted Jun 20th - 9:02pm
A lawsuit could cost Salt Lake City potentially millions of dollars and put some money back in your wallet, all because of parking.
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How to skin your iPhone or Android for a hands-free experience

Ryan Tronier  |  posted May 23rd - 2:54pm
Driving and using mobile devices don't always mix, and changes to Utah laws require motorists to use smartphones hands-free while behind the wheel. The Browsers show no-cost solutions for Android devices and iPhone users.
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Holding students back in middle school poses problems

Paul Nelson  |  posted Mar 25th - 12:32pm
New research shows there are major problems that arise when students are held back in middle school.
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Well-known songwriters in town for summit

Paul Nelson  |  posted Mar 21st - 4:13pm
You might not be immediately familiar with their names, but you know their work. Some well-known songwriters are in town to join in this weekend's Songwriter Summit.
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More groping cases reported at BYU

Haley Smith  |  posted Mar 21st - 10:11am
Several more women have reported they were groped by a man near the BYU campus. Police arrested a man for sexual assault, but said he was not related to the groping incidents.
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Olympic clock stuck on 4:20

Becky Bruce  |  posted Jan 10th - 11:42am
Was it a coincidence or a cleverly-timed hack? For days in downtown Salt Lake City, the time was 4:20.
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School district works to fix bus stop near registered sex offenders

Peter Samore  |  posted Aug 24th - 9:42am
Alpine School District was caught off-guard when they learned one of their bus stops was next to two registered sex offenders.
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Utah group seeks families to host Iraqi youth

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Mar 4th - 8:17am
The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy is hoping for a repeat performance of introducing teenagers from Iraq to Salt Lake City.
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BYU project rewards kids for eating fruits and veggies

Randall Jeppesen  |  posted Feb 28th - 8:56am
While new federal guidelines require schools to serve more fruits and vegetables, BYU researchers are studying ways to keep healthy foods from ending up in the garbage.
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Senator seeks to end credit monitoring for health department hack victims

Paul Nelson  |  posted Feb 20th - 9:08am
One lawmaker is questioning the need for Utah's free credit monitoring service, which was established when hundreds of thousands of Utahns had personal information stolen.
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