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More than a quarter of the Utah population dropped, covered and held on at 10:15 Thursday morning during the Great Utah Shakeout, an event to promote preparedness for earthquake survival and recovery.
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Death of Taylorsville woman ruled as homicide

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted 50 minutes ago
Police have ruled the death of a Taylorsville woman discovered in her home as a homicide.
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Family-friendly Easter activities across Utah

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Apr 17th - 3:47pm
Easter Sunday is coming up and with it comes a host of family-friendly activities. If you haven't yet planned how your family will celebrate the holiday, here is a list of activities going on around Utah for the weekend.
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Teen ordered to stand trial for aggravated murder in death of deputy

Pat Reavy  |  posted Apr 17th - 3:04pm
Meagan Grunwald was ordered Thursday to stand trial for aggravated murder in the death of Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride. The question now is, what happens next for the 17- year-old?
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New Allstate service center in Draper to bring 100+ jobs

Jasen Lee  |  posted Apr 17th - 1:36pm
Allstate Insurance will open a new service center in Draper with plans to hire more than 100 employees in the next year.
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Despite leukemia, 8-year-old Mac optimistic about life

Josh Furlong  |  posted Apr 17th - 12:43pm
Cancer is never a pleasant experience for those involved. But for 8- year-old Mac Brennan, cancer is just a temporary obstacle he has to overcome on his way to living a fulfilled life.
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False Utah election mailings spur investigation

Associated Press  |  posted Apr 17th - 12:19pm
Utah elections officials say they don't know who in recent weeks mailed legislative endorsements and attacks purporting to represent a nonprofit group.
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4 ideas for spring camping destinations in Utah

Robynn Garfield  |  posted Apr 17th - 12:00pm
Camping in Utah is a year-round recreation for many, but warmer spring temperatures bring out a renewed popularity for heading to the hills.
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Brains begin to slow down at age 24, study shows

Amanda Taylor  |  posted Apr 17th - 11:52am
Canada's Simon Fraser University has conducted a series of tests using the game "Starcraft 2" to determine that brains are slowing down around age 24. Time between thought and reaction is growing as you get older.
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Man in ski mask tried to enter female student's car, police say

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Apr 17th - 11:41am
A man attempted to enter a female student's car after she left the University of Utah library Tuesday, according to campus police.
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Panel seeks understanding between Mormons, atheists

Whitney Evans  |  posted Apr 17th - 8:35am
Two groups came together Wednesday night to create understanding between groups commonly seen as oppositional.
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Insurance companies step up services for diabetics

Paul Nelson  |  posted Apr 17th - 6:57am
Health care providers are doing more to help treat diabetes and to keep their costs down.
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Utah man with broken pelvis, ribs digs out of mudslide

Devon Dolan  |  posted Apr 16th - 10:48pm
A Utah man was excavating a pool when the walls of dirt started crumbling and eventually collapsed on top of him. After almost an hour of struggle, he managed to pull himself to safety.
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'Homework' can save you from business scams, expert says

Mike Headrick  |  posted Apr 16th - 10:37pm
How do you know if a business is legitimate? All it takes is a few minutes of your time, a little research and knowing where to look.
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Strength of religious freedom must be built in US courts, LDS leader says

Dave McCann  |  posted Apr 16th - 10:34pm
LDS Church leader Dallin H. Oaks will give the keynote address at UVU's Spring Constitutional Symposium on Religious Freedom. He's not speaking as a church leader, he says, but as a citizen concerned about the condition of democracy in the U.S.
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Prepping for the 'big one': How bad could a Utah earthquake be?

Andrew Adams  |  posted Apr 16th - 10:30pm
Emergency crews regularly prepare for a 7.0- magnitude earthquake, and they have an idea of how bad the Wasatch Front would look in the event of one. One expert says post-quake Salt Lake City could look much like images from Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
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Witnesses report 45-foot flames in Millcreek house fire

Robynn Garfield  |  posted Apr 16th - 10:28pm
Emergency responders said they are fully involved in extinguishing a house fire in Millcreek.
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Man pleads guilty to shooting at Salt Lake City synagogue

Morgan Jacobsen  |  posted Apr 16th - 8:10pm
A Salt Lake man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges filed after he fired a gun at the Congregation Kol Ami synagogue in Salt Lake City between January and April 2012.
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Graphic video shows events leading up to Sgt. Wride's death

Pat Reavy  |  posted Apr 16th - 8:06pm
Video from slain Utah County Sheriff's Sgt. Cory Wride's vehicle was shown in court Wednesday during a preliminary hearing for 17- year-old Meagan Grunwald, who is charged in his death.
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Local artists to interact with fans at Comic Con FanXperience

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Apr 16th - 7:13pm
As fans converge on the Salt Lake Comic Con FanXperience, local artists are preparing to share their work on Artist Alley.
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Police: Woman accused of murder gave birth at home

Brady McCombs, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 16th - 6:57pm
A Utah woman accused of concealing seven pregnancies before strangling or suffocating her newborns gave birth each time in her home, authorities said Wednesday.
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