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An 8-foot bronze statue of a father and mother holding an infant was placed in Lehi's Infant Cemetery Saturday, just in time for Memorial Day.
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Rainy days send curious minds to 'Extreme Mammals' exhibit

Marjorie Cortez  |  posted May 23rd - 7:07pm
On Saturday, Utahns young and old took part in the first day of the museum's weekend-long celebration highlighting its special exhibition, Extreme Mammals. The exhibit runs through July 26.
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Have You Seen This? Best Lego stop-motion yet

Martha Ostergar  |  posted May 23rd - 3:33pm
This kid-narrated Lego short may be the most charming Lego stop-motion yet.
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Google files patent for creepy teddy bear

Hope King, CNN  |  posted May 23rd - 2:58pm
Remember Teddy, the super-computer toy, from the 2001 film "Artificial Intelligence?" Well, Google might be making one.
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Privacy and drones: how they could hack your information

Kent Larson, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 23rd - 11:45am
Somewhere along the line, toy helicopters became drones and drones became tools for warfare or hacking. The result may be the death of privacy.
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Have You Seen This? Pizza Hut’s selfie stick PSA

Martha Ostergar  |  posted May 23rd - 10:33am
A Utah company partnered with Pizza Hut to bring you a public service announcement about the dangers of selfie sticks.
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Pence passes up presidential bid, but future still cloudy

Tom Davies, Associated Press  |  posted May 23rd - 8:41am
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence's decision not to fulfill the political buzz and chase White House dreams in 2016 doesn't necessarily clear up questions about his future.
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Cyprus' rival leaders take stroll through divided capital

Menelaos Hadjicostis, Associated Press  |  posted May 23rd - 6:20am
Rival Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders took a stroll together on both sides of the divided capital's medieval center on Saturday to raise the feel-good factor as talks aimed at reunifying the ethnically split island kick into gear.
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AP Interview: Steinem says isolating N. Korea not working

Eric Talmadge, Associated Press  |  posted May 22nd - 10:43pm
Iconic women's rights activist Gloria Steinem may be in North Korea, but she is as outspoken as ever.
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Woman battling anorexia receives help after plea on social media

Anneclaire Stapleton, CNN  |  posted May 22nd - 8:33pm
Rachael Farrokh has been suffering from a severe form of anorexia for more than 10 years. After making a desperate plea for survival in a video posted to YouTube, she's received donations from people around the country to help cover treatment costs.
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How low-income parents have saved $1M for college

Jillian Eugenios, CNN  |  posted May 22nd - 7:33pm
Families in San Francisco have passed an important milestone when it comes to saving for college, and officials hope it means big things for the city's youngest residents.
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Have You Seen This? Sunny D's still got it

John Clyde, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 22nd - 1:15pm
Remember those retro Sunny D commercial with the "purple stuff"? Well, it's back and it's better than ever.
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6 reasons for women to join Utah's tech gold rush

Sara Davis, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 22nd - 11:45am
Tech companies in Silicon Slopes desperately want more women to jump into the industry and it is turning out to be a hard task. However, there are multiple benefits to working in the tech-sector that women might not always consider.
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What is Red Nose Day?

Todd Leopold, CNN  |  posted May 22nd - 11:12am
You've probably noticed a lot of photos lately of celebrities wearing red clown noses. It's all part of an effort to bring attention to "Red Nose Day," which started in Britain in 1988 to raise money for poverty-stricken children in the UK and Africa. This year, the fund-raiser has extended to the United States.
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