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Two Bountiful teens who were kidnapped last week and escaped 19 hours later in Santaquin were beaten, cut with a knife and threatened with their lives, the girls' mothers said Tuesday.
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After making 'mistake,' Vikings bench RB Peterson

Jon Krawczynski, Associated Press  |  posted 10 minutes ago
Hours after reversing course and benching Adrian Peterson indefinitely, Minnesota Vikings owner Zygi Wilf said Wednesday that the team "made a mistake" in bringing back their superstar running back following his indictment on a felony child-abuse charge in Texas.
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Video: Tiny hamster vs. world champ in hot dog eating contest

Tracie Snowder  |  posted 11 minutes ago
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 29 minutes ago
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 37 minutes ago
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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Fire does $500K in damage at fairgrounds

Whitney Evans  |  posted Sep 17th - 9:39am
A fire at the Weber County Fairgrounds caused an estimated $500,000 in damage.
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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, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Sep 17th - 9:03am
Thomas Lee and Ron Heffernan are starting a business incubator, called Church and State, which will completely radicalize the way incubator's are both thought of and operated.
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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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Man shot by police released from hospital, booked into jail

Pat Reavy  |  posted Sep 17th - 8:38am
A man who was shot by police in August was released from the hospital and booked into jail on assault and other charges.
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Attempted murder charge filed in stabbing of 2 children

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Sep 17th - 8:23am
A West Valley City woman accused of stabbing her two children has been charged with attempted murder.
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Facebook for rich people: Just $9,000

Doug Gross, CNN  |  posted Sep 17th - 8:09am
Would you enjoy social media more without all those pesky 99-percenters complaining about their mortgage payments and high cable bills? For a mere $9,000, Netropolitan is here to help.
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Community bands together to build home for family

Mike Anderson  |  posted Sep 17th - 7:49am
People in Brigham City are building a home for the Sleight family. Evan Sleight was paralyzed from the neck down in a car accident four years ago.
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Released Utah killer now faces cannibal allegations

Pat Reavy and Associated Press  |  posted Sep 17th - 7:27am
A man convicted of manslaughter and attempted murder in Utah 15 years ago now faces charges of fatally stabbing his girlfriend in Indiana and then mutilating her body, including cooking and eating some of her organs, according to police documents.
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Watch D.O.G.S. improve safety, help with education in Utah schools

Tania Mashburn  |  posted Sep 16th - 11:08pm
A lot of times when a dad shows up at school it's because someone is in trouble. But at Bountiful Elementary School, dads at school is the norm. They're called Watch Dog Dads, and they're making a big difference.
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Saratoga Springs police chief defends officers as Hunt family plans funeral

Pat Reavy  |  posted Sep 16th - 11:06pm
Saratoga Springs Police Chief Andy Burton defended his officers Tuesday in light of a controversial shooting death, saying they are all extremely well trained.
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Lethal use of force a main topic at SLC Council work session

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Sep 16th - 11:02pm
In a work session Tuesday evening, Salt Lake City Council members discussed whether more police training is necessary when it comes to the use of lethal force. In light of recent police-involved shootings, the council said it was time to get the discussion started.
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Myton police chief charged with stalking 3 women

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Sep 16th - 11:02pm
Myton city's new police chief is the subject of a misdemeanor stalking investigation.
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School district offers free parent seminars to help protect kids

Mary Richards  |  posted Sep 16th - 10:51pm
You may not think your children are struggling with bullying or pornography or substance abuse, but they or their friends could be. A local school district is offering parent seminars showing warning signs and offering resources for help.
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Letter for sewer insurance isn't a scam, SLC official says

Richard Piatt  |  posted Sep 16th - 9:48pm
Salt Lake City residents recently received a letter from the director of Salt Lake City Public Utilities Department for water and sewer insurance. The offer from HomeServe is confusing to some homeowners.
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BSA troop goes on campout each month for 8 consecutive years

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Sep 16th - 8:54pm
In 2006, an Idaho Boy Scout troop set a goal to go on a campout each month to help improve the boys' outdoor skills. In October, the troop will reach its 100th consecutive campout.
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Report: For 1st time, more adults are single than married in US

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Sep 16th - 8:30pm
If you're a single adult, you're not alone. For the first time since the government began tracking the trend, single adults outnumbered their married counterparts.
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Iron County man charged with child porn counts

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Sep 16th - 7:59pm
After 10 months of investigation, a man in Iron County was arrested on child pornography counts, police said Tuesday.
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