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U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert was in stable condition after a man screaming demands for a unified North and South Korea slashed him on the face and wrist with a knife, South Korean police and U.S. officials said Thursday.
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Utah House panel votes down governor's Medicaid plan

Michelle L. Price, Associated Press  |  posted 21 minutes ago
Lawmakers in Utah's House of Representatives rejected Gov. Gary Herbert's Medicaid plan on Wednesday night and instead pushed forward their own alternative proposal to help some of the state's poor get health insurance.
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Experts: Snowpack improving, drought conditions persist

Mike Anderson  |  posted Mar 4th - 9:01pm
While Tuesday's storm brought in a thick blanket along our mountains, it's still a far cry from what is needed to reach average levels.
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Zeller's shot at buzzer lifts Celtics past Jazz

Ken Powtak, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 4th - 9:00pm
Brad Stevens didn't think the first play would work. The second one turned out perfectly.
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Police question person of interest after alleged attempted kidnapping

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Mar 4th - 8:42pm
All six schools in Hurricane were placed on lockout after a female student reported that a man tried to force her into his car Wednesday, police said.
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Wednesday's Child — Vanessa

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Mar 4th - 8:07pm
Vanessa is a 14-year-old girl living in the Utah Foster Care system. She wants to be a singer when she grows up and is hoping to be adopted.
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Morgan County man dies in Hell’s Canyon avalanche

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Mar 4th - 8:02pm
A snowboarder from Morgan County died after being caught up in an avalanche triggered by his friend Hell's Canyon Wednesday.
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Utah library helping to feed hungry children

Teri Harman, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Mar 4th - 7:39pm
Libraries are a haven for many, including children and teens who need a safe place to go after school. The Kearns Library harbors 50-100 youth after school every day, and most come hungry. Now there's a way to feed them.
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Man critically injured after crashing then jumping off freeway barrier

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Mar 4th - 7:28pm
Police are trying to determine what caused a man to crash the car he was driving into a freeway barrier, then leap to the pavement below.
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Judge orders 17-year-old to stand trial in 2012 murder of Riverton girl

Pat Reavy  |  posted Mar 4th - 7:17pm
A 17-year-old boy, who was 14 when police say he brutally killed 15-year-old Anne Kasprzak in 2012, was ordered Wednesday to stand trial for murder. Now a judge will decide whether he should stand trial as an adult.
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Son: Utah doctor harbored hatred for ex-wife after divorce

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Mar 4th - 7:08pm
Testifying in his father's murder trial, Pelle Wall recounted the tense relationship that existed between his parents following their divorce and his father's erratic behavior following his mother's death.
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Cedar City community raises $40K for resident with cancer

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Mar 4th - 7:01pm
The "tight-knit" community of Cedar City rallied together Saturday to help raise funds for a beloved resident who was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer.
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Utah lawmakers unveil 'historic' anti-discrimination, religious rights bill

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Mar 4th - 6:53pm
Calling it a monumental and historic day, Utah lawmakers unveiled much-anticipated legislation Wednesday that aims to balance religious rights and protections against discrimination of LGBT people in the workplace and housing.
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Sinkhole repair may continue into Wednesday night

Nicole Vowell and Mary Richards  |  posted Mar 4th - 6:45pm
Crews continued repairing the road at a busy intersection in Draper Wednesday morning after a water main break created a huge sinkhole. The road may not reopen until 9 p.m.
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Legislation passes bills to raise salary for governor; find common ground on phone law

KSL.com  |  posted Mar 4th - 6:13pm
Legislature passed bills to raise the salary of the governor and in turn other elected officials. Also there is common ground met on the bill for and updated cell phone while driving law.
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Utah GOP's potential move to caucus system 'a bad decision,' Romney says

Lisa Riley Roche  |  posted Mar 4th - 6:00pm
Mitt Romney is asking Gov. Gary Herbert and state lawmakers to make sure Utah holds a presidential primary election in 2016 despite a vote by the Utah Republican Party to switch to a caucus election.
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Man killed in head-on collision identified

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Mar 4th - 5:27pm
Police identified a man who was killed in a head-on collision that closed state Route 68 for several hours Wednesday morning.
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2 new spider species dubbed 'Sparklemuffin' and 'Skeletorus'

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Mar 4th - 4:40pm
Peacock spiders are popular for their bright colors and intricate dances, and two new species received quirky names to match.
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Students sue, saying Dixie State violates free speech

Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press  |  posted Mar 4th - 4:01pm
Three Dixie State University students filed a lawsuit Wednesday saying that administrators at the southern Utah college violated their free speech rights by refusing to let them post fliers with satirical pictures of President Barack Obama, former President George W. Bush and the revolutionary leader Che Guevara.
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Warm February with a March freeze could mean trouble for fruit trees

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Mar 4th - 3:16pm
Record-breaking February warmth, with a quick March cold snap could spell trouble for the fruit trees in Utah.
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Utahn travels to all US state capitals, presidents' gravesites

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Mar 4th - 2:29pm
After traveling over a 40-year span, a Draper man recently reached his goal of visiting all 50 state capitol buildings and all the U.S. presidents' gravesites.
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