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Police in Draper stepped in for Santa this Christmas after a family discovered their home had been burglarized.
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Judge spends Christmas with inmates, shares message of hope

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Dec 25th - 7:06pm
For 16 years, 2nd District Court Judge Thomas Kay has been visiting inmates at the Davis County Jail on Christmas Day to read a growing set of poems he has written about about Jesus Christ's birth.
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15 years after break-in, Utah family receives Christmas surprise

Mariel Reimann  |  posted Dec 25th - 1:06pm
A recently married man was excited to show his bride their new home and furnishings when they discovered that a break-in had occurred and all their belongs had been stolen. Fifteen years later, their home was again "broken into" and they were given a Christmas surprise.
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6 stories of holiday cheer

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Dec 24th - 10:20am
After receiving several more Christmas themed user-submitted stories, we decided to compile a bonus Make Your Week column this week, in the spirit of the holiday.
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Dog moves to Utah instead of being euthanized, buried with owner

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Dec 24th - 9:19am
A dog whose future was left unclear after his owner died last month is being transported to the Best Friends Animal Society sanctuary in Kanab where he will enjoy lifelong care.
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Fountain Green holds Christmas light parade for dying Utah girl

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Dec 23rd - 11:06pm
A local small town is holding their first-ever Christmas light parade Tuesday evening in honor of Addie Fausset, a 6-year-old who isn't supposed to live to see next Christmas.
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How toilet paper is bringing a Summit County family closer to neighbors

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Dec 23rd - 11:00pm
Of all the gifts people want Santa to bring down the chimney this Christmas, Matthew Deane is hoping for more toilet paper. On Tuesday, the Summit County resident shared with KSL News how he's turning an annoying prank into something positive.
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Bountiful family receives early Christmas present

Mike Anderson  |  posted Dec 23rd - 8:31pm
A Bountiful mom raising three boys with varying degrees of autism spectrum disorders got an early Christmas surprise Monday when neighbors showed up with a much-needed basketball hoop.
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South Salt Lake cops deliver $100 each to 59 needy families

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Dec 23rd - 4:02pm
Police officers have been given a bad reputation in national news recently, and one Utah company wanted to change that perspective.
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Dispatcher writes Christmas-style poem about robbery attempt

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Dec 23rd - 10:03am
Heather Perkins loves to take every opportunity to recognize the members of her team at Provo's dispatch center.
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Family overwhelmed with gratitude as community steps up in wake of tragedy

Sam Penrod  |  posted Dec 22nd - 9:56pm
Over the last few days, residents and businesses in the Salt Lake City community rallied to help the Meguerditchian family, who were struck with tragedy when two family members were killed in a head-on collision. The family is expressing their gratitude.
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Photography business offers Santa photo sessions to families in need

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Dec 22nd - 8:36pm
Employees at a local photography business donated their time and services to provide free Santa photo sessions to families in need.
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