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The debate about "bribing" children

Paul Nelson  |  posted Sep 10th - 6:16am
Is it ever acceptable to bribe your child?
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KSL morning host will accompany father on Honor Flight

Marc Giauque  |  posted Sep 9th - 10:30pm
Amanda Dickson's father came from a tradition of military service. Though he initially aimed for Annapolis, David Dickson Jr. ended his career as a corporal in the Marine Corps after the war.
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Troopers search for armed suspect who stole SUV

Whitney Evans  |  posted Sep 8th - 11:01am
Police are still searching for a man who they say is armed, stole an SUV and fled from police.
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Manhunt, bombing examined at police conference

Peter Samore  |  posted Sep 5th - 4:40pm
A rogue ex-cop case, the Boston Marathon bombing and police cooperation are just some of the issues examined at the Salt Lake Valley Violent Crimes Conference.
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Debate over Utah's public lands continues at 50th anniversary of Wilderness Act

Dave Cawley  |  posted Sep 3rd - 10:20am
Anniversary of landmark federal wilderness law's 1964 signing prompts reflection, call to action over the future of Utah's wild places.
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Speed bumps plague the trucking industry

Paul Nelson  |  posted Sep 3rd - 7:24am
A shortage of truck drivers across the country is hitting Utah hard, as the industry seeks new hires.
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Crash sends 300 pounds of broccoli across I-80

Mary Richards and Nicole Vowell  |  posted Sep 3rd - 6:55am
UHP reopened I-80 eastbound near Tooele Wednesday morning after a truck carrying 75,000 pounds of broccoli crashed.
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A dying man’s wish for his cat

Peter Samore  |  posted Sep 3rd - 6:35am
Instead of abandoning her, a dying Utah man is turning his cat over to the Humane Society. His last wish: to get a call that she's been adopted.
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Missing dirt biker found safe in Utah County

Mary Richards  |  posted Sep 2nd - 4:24pm
Crews rescued a man who spent a cold night in the mountains near Pleasant Grove after losing his way while dirt biking. "My teeth are still chattering," John Parker said after his rescue.
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Fraternal Order of Police defends 'militarization'

Becky Bruce  |  posted Sep 2nd - 10:04am
The national president of the Fraternal Order of Police is defending a program that puts surplus military equipment in the hands of local departments, saying tragedies can happen anywhere.
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