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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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The potential harm of the film '50 Shades of Grey'

Nkoyo Iyamba  |  posted Feb 16th - 10:55am
An advocate who works to help survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence is saying the movie "50 Shades of Grey" portrays an unhealthy relationship.
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Lawmakers debate SAGE exams, standardized testing

Becky Bruce  |  posted Feb 13th - 1:36pm
Some Utah lawmakers are calling for the end of standardized testing in general and specifically, the states year-old SAGE exam.
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Businesses turn to hackers, insurance to counter cyberattacks

Peter Samore  |  posted Feb 12th - 11:16am
Motivated by data breaches at major retailers, other businesses are shoring up on new type of coverage and hackers to protect themselves and customers.
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Property tax boost proposed for schools

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 11th - 11:22am
The main proposed tax hike for education may not materialize, but Utah lawmakers could consider a different kind of tax increase to "equalize" school funding.
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Tardiness crackdown helps middle schoolers make the grade

Paul Nelson  |  posted Feb 11th - 11:08am
One school in the Jordan School District is seeing a big improvement in how well the students are performing, just by addressing tardiness.
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Utah public colleges want resources to fight hackers

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 10th - 11:10am
Utah's public colleges say they are fighting constant attacks from hackers trying to get students' personal information.
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Warm weather could mean no more inversions

Becky Bruce  |  posted Feb 10th - 10:58am
Meteorologists say our warmer weather could mean we're done with inversions for the season - or if we do get them, they won't be as bad.
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