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Police in Salt Lake are looking for a man accused of robbing and stabbing another man near Temple Square.
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How to avoid the post-trip blues

Emi Rigby, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted 23 minutes ago
Back to reality after a dream vacation? Here are some tips for bouncing back.
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5 things you're doing to ruin your ATV

by Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital  |  BrandView  
You've just returned from an incredible trail ride. Your machine is plastered with mud and is ready for a bath. You quickly hose it off and park it in storage. You think it looks nice on the outside, but on the inside it's screaming.
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Utahns create documentary of devastating Nepal earthquake

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Jun 30th - 9:59am
After capturing drone footage of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal, several Utahns and a California resident created and released a documentary.
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LDS gymnast to compete at Toronto Pan Am Games

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Jun 30th - 9:46am
Canada native Hugh Smith will be competing in his home country at the upcoming 2015 Toronto Pan American Games.
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Man wanted for 3 robberies in less than 2 days

KSL.com  |  posted Jun 30th - 9:19am
A third convenience store in Salt Lake County was robbed in the past two days and police say the same man is responsible for all three.
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Little Golden Books exhibit premieres at BYU symposium

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Jun 30th - 9:02am
An exhibit with original illustrations from the famous Little Golden Books can be viewed at the Provo City Library this summer.
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Contact lens companies say Utah law hurts their business

Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press  |  posted Jun 30th - 8:24am
Contact-lens manufacturers say a hotly contested Utah law banning minimum prices for their product takes direct aim at their business model, and they will lose money if it stays on the books.
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Clerk derails robbery by refusing cash to knife-wielding man

Shara Park  |  posted Jun 30th - 8:07am
A clerk at a Walgreens in Salt Lake City stopped a robbery from happening by insisting a man demanding cash pay for something before opening the register, police say.
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Orem to re-enact 1940s candy drop for Independence Day

The Associated Press  |  posted Jun 30th - 7:29am
A pilot who delivered candy to children in Berlin at the end of World War II will parachute sweets down to Orem Friday to celebrate Independence Day.
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Vistor garbage problem worsens at Pineview Reservoir

Nicole Vowell  |  posted Jun 29th - 10:41pm
People in northern Utah are picking up garbage at Pineview Reservoir that was left behind by visitors over the weekend.
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Trailer loses tire, sparks 7 fires in Tooele County

Andrew Adams  |  posted Jun 29th - 10:18pm
Crews had their hands full Monday afternoon with seven separate but connected fires in remote Tooele County as state firefighters warned about increasingly dangerous fire conditions in the dry air and blistering triple-digit temperatures.
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Plea deal expected for man accused of planning contract killing

McKenzie Romero  |  posted Jun 29th - 9:44pm
The case against a man charged with making a $5,000 deal to kill an unwanted boyfriend appears likely to end in a plea agreement.
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EPA mercury limit ruled as unreasonable by U.S. Supreme Court

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted Jun 29th - 9:16pm
The energy industry and close to two dozen GOP-led states are celebrating what they say is a significant victory with a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on power plant pollution. The high court said the EPA was unreasonable.
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Alleged identity theft scheme sees 10 Utahns charged

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Jun 29th - 8:39pm
Ten people face 66 total criminal charges for allegedly stealing people's identity to commit thousands of dollars in bank fraud.
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Outpouring of support for homeless shelter with no AC

Sandra Yi  |  posted Jun 29th - 8:32pm
When St. Anne's Center asked for oscillating fans, the homeless shelter got an overwhelming response — including one from a company that fixed its AC for free.
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Doctor: Prepare early, avoid heat sickness

Mike Anderson  |  posted Jun 29th - 8:14pm
Cases of heat exhaustion and heat stroke are hitting the Wasatch Front during a very hot June. Doctors say people often wait too long before quenching their thirst.
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UDOT adds lane splits on I-15 near Point of the Mountain

Sam Penrod  |  posted Jun 29th - 7:51pm
Motorists traveling north on I-15 in Utah County will encounter a lane split near Point of the Mountain as crews rebuild lanes and widen the freeway.
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UVU hopes autism facility, program helps them become 'national leader'

Cassidy Hansen  |  posted Jun 29th - 7:06pm
Utah Valley University announced plans Monday to construct a privately funded facility dedicated to autism on its campus.
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Talking dog helps local video go viral

Martha Ostergar  |  posted Jun 29th - 7:02pm
A Cedar Hills family was just trying to get their toddler to say "mama" when their dog chimed in instead.
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U. cancels dozens of classes after AC fails in 8 buildings

Tracie Snowder and Shara Park  |  posted Jun 29th - 6:56pm
Dozens of classes are canceled at the University of Utah due to air-conditioning units that have failed in eight buildings.
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