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Congress looks at replacing No Child Left Behind; Local educators hopeful

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 28th - 1:46pm
National lawmakers are considering a re-write of a major education law. It would replace No Child Left Behind, which has had critics in Utah.
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Senator details medical marijuana experience

Becky Bruce  |  posted Feb 26th - 7:33am
A state senator details his personal experience with medical marijuana in Colorado, as Utah debates legalization here.
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Mosh pits force early end to Layton High formal

Peter Samore  |  posted Feb 24th - 6:46pm
School officials ended a dance at the Salt Lake City library early, when dozens of students got out of hand.
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Unique challenge posed by terrorists on social media

Michael Bryant  |  posted Feb 24th - 8:48am
If terrorist groups are using social media to spread their messages, why can't they be removed from those sites? Experts say it's not that easy.
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Don't give children disabled cell phones, dispatchers plead

Brianna Bodily  |  posted Feb 23rd - 6:55pm
Dispatchers say they field dozens of calls daily from children whose parents, not realizing they can still dial 911, have given them disabled cell phones to play with.
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High winds blast through northern Utah

Peter Samore  |  posted Feb 23rd - 8:36am
Winds howled Monday along the Wasatch Front up to 60 miles per hour. Drivers seemed to be taking it in stride.
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Is exposure to porn inevitable for kids?

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 20th - 6:34am
With a $3 billion mobile porn industry and an estimated 83% of five-to-eight year olds using mobile devices, is porn exposure inevitable?
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By end of high school, nearly all kids have seen pornography, experts say

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 19th - 10:51pm
Experts say children are viewing and getting addicted to pornography via smartphones and other devices, sometimes as young as 7 years old.
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Driver privilege cards could get more expensive

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 18th - 12:45pm
A bill in the Utah legislature would make it more expensive for undocumented immigrants to get driver privilege cards, in order to pay for stronger background checks.
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Warm weather seems to be confusing wild animals

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Feb 16th - 6:56pm
Wildlife officials say the warm weather seems to be confusing animals. If weather remains mild, that could mean animals, such as bears, head closer to residential areas.
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