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Climate change is a politically divisive issue with conflicting media reports. Climate scientist Katherine Hayhoe has a unique perspective on the debate. That's because she married a man who didn't believe in climate change.
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Miller family removes Tooele location from prison relocation list

Katie McKellar  |  posted 43 minutes ago
The list of sites under consideration for the new Utah State Prison has been narrowed down to four.
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New campaign targets parents who give alcohol to teens

Sam Penrod  |  posted 55 minutes ago
High school graduations are in full swing this week and Utah County Sheriff Jim Tracy Tuesday says he has a seat reserved for any adult who provides alcohol to a teenager.
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Facebook user data sought in Vernal police investigation of offensive posts

Geoff Liesik  |  posted May 26th - 6:39pm
Police have asked Facebook to help them identify a group of people who investigators believe used bogus screen names in April to post offensive content on a Facebook yard sale page.
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AG moves to dismiss Davis district lawsuit in Altice sex abuse case

McKenzie Romero  |  posted May 26th - 6:19pm
The Utah Attorney General's office has called for the dismissal of a lawsuit against the Davis County School District by the family of a student who was sexually abused by a teacher, arguing that the district is immune in the case.
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Toxicology tests in teen overdose could take weeks, police say

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 26th - 6:19pm
Police say it could be weeks before they confirm whether a 17-year-old Viewmont High School student fatally ovderdosed on LSD.
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Police seek bandana-wearing man who robbed Chase bank

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 26th - 6:02pm
Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man involved in a bank robbery Friday.
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7 students expected to be OK after ingesting pills at school

Geoff Liesik  |  posted May 26th - 5:39pm
A group of Helper Middle School students who received medical care after ingesting prescription pills that a classmate brought to school are expected to make full recoveries, according to police.
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Sandy man breaks into burning home to rescue neighbor

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 26th - 5:29pm
A man broke into a burning home Tuesday to help his Sandy neighbor get out safely.
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Man gave wife vodka against doctor's warnings, charged with manslaughter

McKenzie Romero  |  posted May 26th - 5:02pm
Police are searching for a man accused of giving his wife a bottle of vodka despite knowing the potentially deadly consequences of mixing alcohol with her medications.
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Sunset man charged in Beats headphones scheme

Pat Reavy  |  posted May 26th - 4:37pm
A man who prosecutors say was stealing Beats by Dre headphones, selling them, and then making double the money by returning the empty box to the store has been charged.
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User photos: This week in news

Robert Jackson  |  posted May 26th - 3:30pm
Each Tuesday we take a look back at the past week in news from across Utah, showcasing photos and videos submitted by KSL.com users.
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Is back surgery really as dangerous as it sounds?

by University of Utah Health Care  |  BrandView  
Spine surgery has come a long way, but it is still a major surgery and an option that doctors recommend only after all other non-surgical options have been explored. On the latest "Ask An Expert" video Dr. Andrew Dailey walks you through when it is necessary to have spine surgery and why you should explore all non-surgical options first.
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Photo-real paintings make Utah artist a visionary

Amanda Taylor, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 26th - 3:03pm
The incredibly detailed hyper-real oil paintings by Patrick Kramer look exactly like real life.
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Historic 1930s guard station restored in Utah national forest

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted May 26th - 12:41pm
A guard station built in 1934 in the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest has been rehabilitated and an open house will be held Friday to teach the public about the history of the building.
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14 things you didn't know about dreams

by Intellibed  |  BrandView  
While your body is resting for approximately one-third of your life, your brain gets busy spinning wacky tales. Here are some things you might not know about the world of dreams.
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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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Hiring of college grads expected to jump by 10%, report says

Jasen Lee  |  posted May 26th - 8:20am
The hiring of college grads is expected to increase by about 10 percent in 2015, according to the National Association of Colleges & Employers. But another report shows that just 14 percent of college seniors have jobs lined up after graduation.
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BYU students, grads vying to get original song into final Hunger Games film

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted May 26th - 8:07am
A group of former and current commercial music students at Brigham Young University have written a song they are trying to get into the last Hunger Games movie.
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BYU student turns app design into multi-million dollar company

Jasen Lee  |  posted May 26th - 7:24am
Garrett Gee is an unlikely technology entrepreneur. The 26-year old BYU student parlayed his first mobile app design into a multimillion-dollar company that has provided his young family with financial security.
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Environmental review released on transmission line through Utah, 3 other states

Amy Joi O'Donoghue  |  posted May 26th - 7:06am
A huge renewable energy project is nearing its final stages of environmental review, including which route the 725-mile line takes across Utah and three other states. The TransWest line would deliver wind-energy power for up to 2 million homes.
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