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Six years after a pharmacy's mistake left him in a coma, Jessie Scott is making incredible progress. In fact, a physical therapist with over 20 years of experiences says Jessie's recovery is unlike anything he's seen before.
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Woman saves accident victim, reconnects in hospital

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted 37 minutes ago
A woman was reunited with a car accident victim after the victim's family located her on Facebook to thank her for helping during the incident.
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Officer stops driver for speeding, saves his life

The Associated Press  |  posted Aug 1st - 8:01am
Not many people can say they owe their lives to a near speeding ticket.
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Utah student uses father's story for winning Reflections film

Alyssa Banks  |  posted Jul 31st - 7:52pm
A Bountiful fourth-grader won the national Reflections contest after submitting a video of his father.
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Billboard mocking 'muffin tops' gets makeover from graffiti artists

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Jul 31st - 9:46am
A billboard for a plastic surgery center that makes fun of overweight bodies drew ire from people around the world and inspired local artists to give the ad a face-lift.
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15-year-old diagnosed with cancer gives to help others

Arianne Brown, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Jul 29th - 8:02am
15-year-old Raquel Wilson was recently diagnosed with brain cancer. While she is receiving treatment consisting mostly of natural medicines, her family is raising funds to help others who are battling cancer.
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Former Marine honors comrade with cross-country charity ride for kids

Jed Boal  |  posted Jul 28th - 11:05pm
A former U.S. Marine sergeant is on a cross-country quest to honor a fallen comrade and raise money to help sick children in dozens of communities. He's riding his bike coast-to-coast and is in Salt Lake City for a couple of days.
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A teacher's gift and other inspiring acts

Celeste Tholen Rosenlof  |  posted Jul 28th - 8:02am
Every kid wants to feel special. One first-grade teacher recognized that her students should leave with more than report cards at the end of the year and started a tradition of showing her love.
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Autistic boy goes on ride of his life with UTA

KSL.com  |  posted Jul 26th - 6:18pm
"Train Conductor Matthew" could hardly contain his excitement as he toured UTA headquarters.
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Volunteers provide clothing, food, flip-flops during Pioneer Day event

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Jul 24th - 9:45pm
About 50 volunteers distributed food, clothing and hygiene kits outside The Road Home homeless shelter Thursday to adults and children in need as part of an annual Pioneer Day charity event.
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Teen finishes rare cancer treatment, looks to future

Whitney Evans  |  posted Jul 24th - 3:30pm
Natalie Wright, 17, of Provo, is hopeful the completion of proton therapy she received at a San Diego hospital will curb tumor growth. Natalie was the first teen to finish the treatment at the hospital.
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Photographers seek Utah's '50 most beautiful women'

Tracie Snowder  |  posted Jul 24th - 1:07pm
Thirty of Utah's best photographers are on the search to find Utah's 50 most beautiful women. But beauty in this contest isn't measured by waist size or their fashion sense — but by grace and courage in overcoming trials.
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