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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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Vandals leave threatening message at Saratoga Springs school

Mary Richards  |  posted Jan 29th - 10:52am
Alpine School District officials are trying to reassure parents after a threatening message was found at a school in Saratoga Springs.
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Nondiscrimination, religious liberty bills not sure bets in Utah Senate

Peter Samore  |  posted Jan 28th - 9:31am
Lawmakers not ready to commit to call from leaders of LDS Church for laws guaranteeing nondiscrimination and religious liberty.
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Gas tax, education big priorities for legislature

Becky Bruce  |  posted Jan 26th - 8:44am
New Utah House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, says the 2015 legislative session has some "big, big issues" ahead.
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Utah Senator looks forward to 2016

Becky Bruce  |  posted Jan 26th - 7:54am
Utah Senator Mike Lee says "the more, the merrier," when it comes to GOP candidates hoping for a White House run in 2016.
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Using social media to get girls involved in "shop"

Paul Nelson  |  posted Jan 26th - 6:59am
Traditionally, educators say it's hard to get girls interested in shop or manufacturing classes. But a Davis County teacher has found an effective way to get young women coming to the class.
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Utah health officials weigh in on need for measles boosters

Mary Richards  |  posted Jan 23rd - 7:32am
Utah health officials say you likely need two doses of the measles vaccine for full protection, rather than just one.
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