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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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AEDs in most schools; placement, training still problems

Utah officials are encouraged to find most schools have defibrillators on hand, but they say there is a long way to go to saving lives with the machines.
Apr 16th - 9:25am
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Former Utah Senate President among those called as new LDS mission presidents

Since the LDS Church announcement of 58 new missions in October, dozens of mission presidents have been called to fill the new positions including several well-known Utahns.
Apr 5th - 6:31pm
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Tech addiction could impede kids' success later on

As we are inundated with more and more technology, our brains are creating an "ice wall" making it more difficult to form meaningful relationships, researchers say.
Mar 24th - 9:15am
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Schools provide safety nets for children of military families

A normally quiet child suddenly starts acting out in class. An enthusiastic learner's grades slip. Or a teen becomes withdrawn at school. Their teachers and friends may not know that their mom or dad has been deployed.
Mar 21st - 7:51am
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Ethanol in gasoline: What impact on cars, consumers?

It was originally added to help the environment. Today, though, ethanol is one of the most controversial components of gasoline.
Mar 8th - 8:01am
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Winter blend gasoline and air quality: KSL investigates claims

How bad or good is the gas you use during the winter? Is it dirtier? How does it impact our air? KSL was asked those questions and went in search of answers.
Mar 7th - 10:51pm
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Parents, teachers rally at Capitol to save art program

Parents and teachers rallied at the Capitol on Tuesday to petition the Legislature for more funding to allow a statewide school art program.
Feb 26th - 9:58am
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Does Utah have a double standard for violent and sexual content?

Is there a double standard in Utah when it comes to viewing explicit violent and sexual content? Experts say there is, though the state does not differ from any other with a strong right or left political leaning.
Feb 22nd - 8:30am
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More missionaries means lower college revenues; lawmakers seek to help

Utah lawmakers are proposing different options to help Utah colleges with funding after the decrease in enrollment due to the increased amount of missionaries.
Feb 1st - 3:07pm
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Storage units collapse under weight of snow, fire dept. says

The weight of lingering snow on roofs caused several storage units to collapse Thursday.
Jan 31st - 7:54pm
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