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Google cameras capture unique view of Yampa River

Dave Cawley  |  posted Jan 14th - 1:00pm
Street View camera provides rare glimpse of Yampa River scenery normally reserved for rafters, kayakers.
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How to beat tax thieves at their own game

Becky Bruce  |  posted Jan 14th - 8:50am
A warning from the IRS suggests you might be at a higher risk of identity theft this year because of agency budget cuts. Bill Gephardt gets it.
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Grunwald motivated by boyfriend in crime spree, documents say

Pat Reavy  |  posted Jan 6th - 4:35pm
Prosecutors in the case against a young woman charged in connection with the shooting death of Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride want to show Meagan Grunwald was not just an unwilling participant.
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Speeds drop to 45 mph in Parleys Canyon

Brianna Bodily and Devon Dolan  |  posted Jan 1st - 3:04pm
The speed limit on I-80 in Parleys Canyon dropped to 45 mph this week following a fatal crash, but troopers say many motorists are blatantly disregarding the lower limit and causing more accidents.
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Police ask for help finding 'hate crime' taggers

Brianna Bodily  |  posted Dec 31st - 2:20pm
Investigation continues into weekend graffiti that police say could be a hate crime.
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Families gather to celebrate anniversary of 'donation chain'

Marc Giauque  |  posted Dec 30th - 7:00pm
A year after strangers became friends through a unique kidney donation chain, they met to celebrate their lives and the changes their actions had made.
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SLC ranks 5th in U.S. for most computer infections, study says

Brianna Bodily  |  posted Dec 30th - 9:14am
Humans aren't the only ones coming down with viruses. Salt Lake City computers are some of the most infected in the nation.
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Empathy now bigger component in crisis intervention training

Peter Samore  |  posted Dec 19th - 7:42am
Police in Utah go beyond KSL Newsradio's extensive data for officer-involved shootings to better train for responses with mentally unstable people.
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Data show rate of officers shooting, killing suspects on the rise but results mixed

Peter Samore  |  posted Dec 18th - 10:29pm
The state of Utah does not compile statistics for officer-involved shootings, so KSL did. Some trends are surprising, but the numbers — and the stories behind them — may put the shootings into perspective.
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Board considers ban on wood burning

Lee Lonsberry  |  posted Dec 17th - 10:07am
Utah is considering a ban on wood burning along the Wasatch Front. The Division of Air Quality claims burning wood contributes to pollution. Some residents oppose the ban, citing the economic benefits of burning wood.
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