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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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Police say man jumped from overpass to evade officers

Peter Samore  |  posted Feb 9th - 8:33am
Police say a man who was a fugitive for more than three years leaped from I-15 in South Salt Lake to get away.
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Ogden High football’s on quest for "independence"

Peter Samore  |  posted Feb 6th - 1:28pm
Ogden High School's football program mulls going independent to schedule easier games and build up the program. Some players though want a tough schedule to keep up credibility.
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Homeland security funding clock is ticking

Randall Jeppsen  |  posted Feb 5th - 8:18am
The clock is ticking for Congress to approve funding for the Department of Homeland Security, but will it get hung up over executive orders?
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Record-breaking warmth in store for Salt Lake

Peter Samore  |  posted Feb 5th - 8:00am
Riding atop a jet stream, Salt Lake will now get warm winds from storm moving through southern California.
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Bill to clarify 'consent' in Utah devolves into debate; lawmaker responds to criticism

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Feb 4th - 7:45pm
A bill defining when consent can be given cleared a legislative committee, but also sparked what some called an "uncomfortable" discussion about rape.
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Grant Nielsen retiring from Utah's Morning News

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Feb 4th - 4:31pm
Longtime KSL Newsradio host, Grant Nielsen, has announced he will retire from full-time work in March.
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January warmest in nine years

Mary Richards  |  posted Feb 4th - 8:30am
The groundhog may have seen his shadow this week, but not necessarily in Utah.
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High-speed chase runs through slippery Parleys Canyon

Peter Samore  |  posted Feb 4th - 7:37am
Speeds reached 110 miles per hour on a slippery chase through Parleys Canyon, and police say they're amazed no one was hurt.
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Promoting human rights through travel

Heather Kelly  |  posted Feb 3rd - 9:13am
Experts say where you go can send a message about where you stand on human rights.
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