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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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‘Moose Drop' tradition continues as part of 34th annual radiothon

The 34th Annual KSL Primary Children's Radiothon starts Thursday afternoon -- and with it, the popular Moose Drop. For a $75 donation, callers can have a stuffed moose delivered to a child in the hospital.
Feb 24th - 5:20am
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The Larry H. Miller companies one year later

Just over a year ago, one of the biggest employers in the state of Utah died from complications of diabetes. How are his companies holding up now?
Feb 22nd - 5:20pm
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Utah crew focus on airport at Port-au-Prince

There may be no one better suited to get the airport in Haiti running again than a group of men and women from Hill Air Force Base. They flew to Port-au-Prince on Friday. KSL Newsradio's Mary Richards was with them.
Jan 25th - 5:00am
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Utah reservists working at Haiti airport

Fifteen men and women from Hill Air Force Base are now on the ground in Haiti. They got to work right away on helping with airport operations. KSL Newsradio's Mary Richards and KSL 5 TV's Alex Cabrero traveled with the squadron to Port-au-Prince.
Jan 23rd - 7:50pm
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Demand for charter schools surges

The waiting lists at charter schools in Utah and the rest of the country are growing quickly. Analysts say on average there are more than 200 kids waiting to be admitted.
Jan 20th - 6:49am
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Miracle on the Hudson: Survivor reflects one year later

Today is the first anniversary of the "Miracle on the Hudson." A man who was raised in Utah was on that flight and says it's still surreal to him.
Jan 15th - 5:00am
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Salt Lake City offers Olympic advice to Vancouver

One month from today, the winter-sports world will focus on Vancouver. It will be the first Olympic Games held in North America since Salt Lake City in 2002.
Jan 12th - 6:53am
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'Pink Nightmare' makes Utah man's dream come true

A Utah man's love of a classic holiday movie has translated into a full-time job. His company, Aunt Clara's Creations, sells the embarrassing pink bunny pajamas given to Ralphie in the movie "A Christmas Story."
Dec 23rd - 1:18pm
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A new kind of driver license for legal non-citizens

You're going to see some changes at the Utah Driver License Division at the beginning of the new year.
Dec 18th - 5:20am
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The Trouble with Tiger: Part 1

The women who say they've cheated with Tiger Woods keep coming forward, creating more heated talk about why people have affairs. Reactions to Tiger's infidelity are all over the map, but it appears those reactions depend on if you're talking to a man or a woman.
Dec 10th - 5:40am
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