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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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Rise in missionaries leaves empty housing in Provo

There's a a growing number of empty apartments in Provo and a major reason is because of the recent age change for LDS missionaries.
Jan 18th - 1:09pm
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Can guns be safely stored at home?

Nearly two years after a frightening ordeal, a mom of three is as motivated as ever to consider buying a handgun. But safety concerns keep her from buying.
Jan 17th - 7:45am
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Legacy Parkway shooting, chase ends with officer-involved shooting

A man was hospitalized Wednesday night following a shootout with police, the result of a high-speed chase and reports of shots being fired at a vehicle on Legacy Parkway.
Jan 16th - 10:43pm
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Guns in the Home: Tips for resolving divisive issue

A lot of families are divided over packing heat in the house, and finding common ground can take years. So, what can you do to make it an easier process?
Jan 16th - 7:40pm
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3 things car owners should check during cold weather

Extreme cold, like what we're facing now, can be very harmful to your car. Mechanics say there are three main things that car owners need to keep a close eye on.
Jan 15th - 7:24am
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Researchers suggest 3 hours of daily exercise for young children

Researchers recently caught the attention of parents across the nation by recommending that children under the age of six get at least three hours of physical activity each day.
Jan 11th - 9:18am
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Helping kids recover from the 'back-to-school blues'

Some children have already gone back to school, while others will be going back on Monday. The adjustment back can be a difficult adjustment for some children. But, counselors say there are ways parents can help their kids get over the January blues.
Jan 4th - 10:03am
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Why people with mental illness often struggle to find help

Mental health professionals observe only a very small fraction of the mentally ill ever commit crimes, but some of the problem cases highlight the larger issues facing people and families who struggle to get help.
Dec 6th - 5:15am
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Romney's campaign helped America accept Mormonism, reporter says

A Mormon reporter who spent the last year covering the campaign of Mitt Romney is detailing his experience – and the gradual change in perceptions about his faith since the campaign began.
Nov 15th - 10:01am
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What to do with your investments as 'fiscal cliff' looms

Time is ticking toward the so-called "fiscal cliff," where several tax cuts expire and spending cuts go into effect. Still, agents appear to be urging clients to stay the course and not pull out of their investments.
Nov 14th - 7:39pm
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