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Where do Salt Lake's homeless go to die? Some spend their final days in a motel, a camp, or a shelter. Even worse, many lives end on the streets. Now, people who know life on the streets are giving the homeless a place to die with dignity.
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Community rallies to help firefighter hurt in motorcycle accident

Jed Boal  |  posted May 26th - 9:15pm
The community is rallying support for a young firefighter from Summit County who remains hospitalized in critical condition after a motorcycle crash Saturday.
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Too old to learn? Not this 94-year-old man

Liz Stitt, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 26th - 9:17am
Gale Bramwell, 94, says the key to living a good long life is to "keep busy." Part of his idea of keeping busy is to relearn the organ.
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Orem boy gets return letter from President Obama

Mike Anderson  |  posted May 25th - 10:29pm
An 8-year-old Orem boy was in for a big surprise recently when his crayon-penned letter to President Obama was returned with more detail and care than he could have ever imagined.
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Fifth-grader shares dream, wins $1,500 for college

Anna Taylor-Enterprise, Associated Press  |  posted May 24th - 5:48pm
When Rineyville Elementary School fifth-grader Rasia Graves learned her mother had multiple sclerosis, she knew she wanted to do what she could to find a cure. To her, that means eventually becoming a neurologist.
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Associated Food Stores donate 750 hygiene kits to homeless youth

Katie Larsen  |  posted May 23rd - 5:55pm
Associated Food Stores celebrated 75 years of operation Wednesday, not with cake and candles, but by giving 750 hygiene kits to the Teen Resource Center for Volunteers of America.
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Utah World War II veteran receives high school diploma 70 years later

Keira Farrimond  |  posted May 23rd - 10:50am
Foy Seegmiller was on track to graduate 70 years ago but the draft changed his plans. Rather than wait for a military assignment to come to him, Seegmiller dropped out of school and enlisted.
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Dog that protected owner for 40 hours honored by Purina

Angie H. Treasure  |  posted May 22nd - 8:29am
A dog that protected his owner for more than 40 hours after a tragic car crash has been inducted into the Purina Animal Hall of Fame.
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Boy gets to live his dream of becoming a police officer

Andrew Adams  |  posted May 21st - 10:41pm
Police mocked up several scenarios to offer a realistic day-in-the-life feel for 9-year-old McKade Daley.
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‘Batkid Begins’ trailer brings back little boy who captivated millions

Jessica Ivins  |  posted May 21st - 3:32pm
The boy who donned a cape and fought his way into the hearts of spectators across the world almost two years ago is back, and with a bang.
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Community welcomes home teen injured in rodeo accident

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 20th - 10:48pm
A 16-year-old injured in a rodeo accident on April 10 came home from the hospital Wednesday afternoon to a hero's welcome.
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The man in the purple shirt

Michael McCarlie, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 20th - 8:19am
My daughter's soccer coach pulled her out of the game right after it started and motioned me over. I was wondering what was going on. When I got to my daughter, the coach and another man had her lying on the ground. She was gray in color.
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