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A panhandler assaulted a car passenger at a drive-thru after the vehicle's occupants refused to give him money Tuesday, police said.
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Student charged in stabbing to stand trial in hammer assault on sister

Geoff Liesik   |  posted 32 minutes ago
A man who is already awaiting trial for allegedly stabbing a classmate at Duchesne High School in May has been ordered to stand trial for allegedly attacking his own sister with a hammer.
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9-year-old escapes attempted abduction

Faith Heaton Jolley   |  posted Sep 17th - 4:31pm
Police are searching for a man after he attempted to abduct a 9-year-old boy Wednesday morning.
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To 'get it right,' Vikings put Peterson on leave

Dave Campbell, Associated Press   |  posted Sep 17th - 4:30pm
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was declared out, back in, then out again as he faces a felony child-abuse charge in Texas.
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Con artists pose as Salt Lake City police in latest phone scam

Nicole Vowel   |  posted Sep 17th - 4:15pm
A phone scam continues to leech money from new victims every day in the Salt Lake Valley. Police issued a second fraud alert to the public Wednesday.
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Fire does $500K in damage at fairgrounds

Whitney Evans   |  posted Sep 17th - 3:53pm
A fire at the Weber County Fairgrounds caused an estimated $500,000 in damage.
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Ex-Clearfield High teacher charged with sex abuse takes plea deal

Pat Reavy   |  posted Sep 17th - 3:28pm
A former Clearfield High School agriculture teacher charged with sexually abusing a 17-year-old female student has taken a plea deal.
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Police seek men involved in attempted bank, credit union robberies

Faith Heaton Jolley   |  posted Sep 17th - 3:01pm
Police are searching for two men who were foiled in their attempts to rob a credit union and a bank Tuesday afternoon.
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Jordan School District bringing in six figures with bus ads

Mary Richards   |  posted Sep 17th - 2:32pm
The Jordan School District was the first in the state to put ads on the sides of its buses, and officials reported it's not only bringing in good money, it's also building community pride.
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8 things to check off your bucket list at a discount

by KSL Deals  |   BrandView  
Just a few discounts to help you cross things off your bucket list before the year ends.
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Musicians talk about Utah Music Award nominations

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted Sep 17th - 2:04pm
The first annual Utah Music Awards will be held Sept. 18, at the Covey Arts Center in Provo. In this article, five local artists/groups tell their stories and talk about what it is like to be a Utah Music Award nominee.
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BLM removing 2 dinosaur tracks in Moab

The Associated Press   |  posted Sep 17th - 1:31pm
Bureau of Land Management workers are removing two dinosaur tracks in Moab to prevent them from being damaged.
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Have You Seen This? Man elicits eerie coyote chorus

Martha Ostergar   |  posted Sep 17th - 1:15pm
A man projects a wholly realistic coyote call in the woods and he gets an eerie chorus in return.
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HS student designs fingerprint-reading smart gun

Robynn Garfield, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted Sep 17th - 11:45am
A high school student from Colorado invented gun that fires only in the hands of an authorized user.
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UHP trooper hits motorcycle in Wendover accident

Faith Heaton Jolley   |  posted Sep 17th - 11:35am
An accident between a Utah Highway Patrol officer and a motorcyclist resulted in minor injuries Tuesday afternoon.
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5 things to do in Utah during fall

Kim Patterson, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted Sep 17th - 11:00am
Autumn is a perfect time to get out and visit the many splendors of Utah. Here are five of my favorites fall activities in Utah.
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10 tips to lower workplace Injuries

Rachel Lewis, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted Sep 17th - 10:46am
Workplace injuries lead to significant business costs, decrease in employee morale and most importantly, pain and anguish for workers and their families. Review 10 suggestions to decrease workplace accidents at your workplace.
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Video: Tiny hamster vs. world champ in hot dog eating contest

Tracie Snowder   |  posted Sep 17th - 10:32am
In a battle of food-scarfing capabilities, a tiny hamster takes on competitive eating champion Takeru Kobayashi in the world's most adorable hot dog eating contest.
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For all the rules, BYU always offers road back

Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted Sep 17th - 10:13am
As part of the Honor Code at BYU, consequences sometimes require an athlete to leave school for a period of time. In almost every case, the school provides a way back. Linebacker Zac Stout is the latest example, working his way back on the team.
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Woman's happiness most important to having a successful marriage

Lois M. Collins, Deseret News National Edition   |  posted Sep 17th - 10:05am
The happier the wife is with long-term marriage, the better the husband's life, "not matter how he feels about their nuptials," according to a study in Journal of Marriage and Family.
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Savings and growth lead to $166 million state budget surplus

Lisa Riley Roche   |  posted Sep 17th - 9:35am
The state announced a $166 million budget surplus Tuesday, thanks to both savings and growth.
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Provo ranks 4th for most educated city in America, website says

Emilee Eagar   |  posted Sep 17th - 9:21am
A recent analysis from personal finance website WalletHub.com ranks Provo as the fourth most educated city for 2014.
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Incubator promotes new businesses, charitable service

Brock Allen   |  posted Sep 17th - 9:03am
Following the Golden Rule, Thomas Lee and Ron Heffernan are starting a business incubator, called Church and State, which will promote altruism and selfless serving.
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Pet insurance pays off for Utah pet owner

Bill Gephardt   |  posted Sep 17th - 8:52am
You probably have health insurance, but have you thought about health insurance for your pet?
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