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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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BYU grad's love of drawing hits the big screen

Disney's newest classic "The Princess and the Frog," isn't just the first 2-D animated film the studio's made in five years, it's also got roots in Utah. (AP Photo/Disney)
Dec 7th - 5:39pm
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Toy retailers talk about the popular toys for Christmas

This season's hottest toy is a $10 toy hamster. In fact, most of the hot toys are cheaper this year. If you can't find the must-have hamster, there are other cool toys too.
Dec 3rd - 5:00am
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Programs aim to prepare children for kindergarten before birth

Educators in Utah say more parents are turning to special classes to prepare their children for kindergarten. Some courses help prepare the child before their first birthday. But when does preparation cross the line to where it adds too much pressure to the child?
Dec 1st - 5:20am
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Shoppers describe the cold and craziness of Black Friday

Huge Black Friday crowds at Jordan Landing resulted in some reports of injuries and complaints of unfairness. Other shoppers were happy with what they bought after waking up in the early, dark, cold hours of the morning.
Nov 27th - 5:52pm
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Crazy superstitions for game day

The Utes and the Cougars are gearing for Saturday's rivalry game. If those players are like most other athletes, they could be engaging in some pretty strange, superstitious behavior. Athletes are known for having some bizarre rituals to get an edge, ranging from physical violence to recreating flu-like symptoms.
Nov 27th - 11:55am
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Love of 'Twilight' ramps up in Utah

The love Edward and Bella have for each other is probably nothing compared to the love Utahns have for the Twilight franchise. Thursday's premiere is expected to be packed, while events capitalizing on the phenomena are just getting going.
Nov 19th - 7:26am
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Districts looking to help sick students

We asked local school districts what is being done to help students who find themselves out sick for extended periods of time due to illness.
Nov 3rd - 8:41pm
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Group to deliver pro-gay petition to LDS Church by handcart

A group protesting The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' handling of gays and lesbians is planning to deliver their petition to Church leaders by handcart.
Oct 29th - 8:58pm
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Haunted houses reveal tricks of the trade

Hundreds of homicidal zombies, grim reapers and chain saw-wielding maniacs are gearing up for a very busy weekend. Utah's haunted houses expect packed houses this Halloween, but how much work, planning and thought actually goes into scaring Utahns?
Oct 29th - 5:00am
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Toll on I-80 through Wyoming a possibility

The Wyoming Legislature will hear a report Friday showing it's possible that I-80 could get a toll through that state.
Oct 23rd - 9:00am
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