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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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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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Governor calls to move prison; Draper mayor agrees

The governor has renewed the call to move the prison from the south end of the Salt Lake Valley, and Draper leaders say the time is right.
Jan 31st - 7:49pm
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New ways of teaching math focus on concepts, not just memorization

No doubt you have tried to help your child with their math homework this past year, but it looks different than the way you used to do it.
Jan 31st - 2:41pm
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Harsh winter pushes cougars near towns; 3 euthanized

After one dog was killed and another badly injured by a cougar, the Division of Wildlife Resources is warning the public to keep an eye on pets.
Jan 30th - 8:12pm
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Online lies: Why creating a false persona is popular

For many years, people have been looking for ways to escape their own lives and live a different one. In fact, escaping reality is a thriving industry.
Jan 23rd - 10:08am
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Household items double as weapons of self-defense

For some, it's not whether to buy a gun, it's never to buy gun. Still, there are a number of household items that can be used as self-defense weapons in the event of a violent home invasion.
Jan 18th - 8:26pm
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