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Protected bike lane project causes confusion on 300 South

Richard Piatt  |  posted 9 minutes ago
Salt Lake City leaders are in the middle of moving bicycle lanes around on 300 South. As the project becomes reality, the idea of "protected lanes," as they're called, is being both applauded and criticized.
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Color-changing, flood-blocking mine project has homeowners concerned

Alex Cabrero  |  posted Aug 28th - 8:30pm
The familiar yellow-brown color of the Kennecott Copper Mine has been a staple on the southwestern edge of the Salt Lake Valley for years — but a color change is coming, mine officials say. But the project behind the change has some owners concerned
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E-cigarette companies slapped with $1M in fines

Mike Anderson  |  posted Aug 27th - 9:14pm
The Utah Department of Commerce says three e-cigarette companies defrauded hundreds of customers out of money and made false claims about their products.
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No ruling in Park City Mountain Resort land dispute — yet

Benjamin Wood  |  posted Aug 27th - 6:40pm
After a three-hour hearing Wednesday, 3rd District Judge Ryan Harris changed his mind and declined to issue a ruling on the amount of a bond Park City Mountain Resort must pay its landlord to continue operations through the upcoming ski season.
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Double your food stamp benefits at the Downtown Farmers Market

Marjorie Cortez  |  posted Aug 27th - 6:03pm
Food stamp users can match their benefits up to $10 at the Downtown Farmers Market. Officials say the match, made possible through a grant, encourages consumption of fresh produce and supports local farmers.
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Feds seek to shut down credit repair and debt relief scheme

William E. Lewis, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Aug 26th - 9:59pm
The Federal Trade Commission has filed suit against unnamed defendants operating as American Bill Pay Organization and American Benefits Foundation in an effort to halt allegedly fraudulent and deceptive debt relief and credit repair practices.
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Winery set to open doors in polygamous town of Hildale

Dennis Romboy  |  posted Aug 26th - 5:42pm
The Utah Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission approved a winemaking license Tuesday for Vintage Reserve Estates in the polygamous southern Utah town of Hildale.
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Peanut, almond and nut butters recalled on fears of salmonella

Kat Kinsman, CNN  |  posted Aug 20th - 5:22pm
The FDA announced Tuesday that nSpired Natural Foods Inc. is voluntarily recalling several lots of peanut, almond and other nut butters on fears of salmonella contamination. The nationwide recall also includes nut butters sold in Smith's Food and Drug stores.
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Paralysis rehabilitation clinic breaks ground to help growing need

Rachel Lewis, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Aug 20th - 11:58am
An innovative rehab clinic has bucked the traditional rehab business model to give patients a better life. The clinic was started by Dr. Dale Hull, a local doctor who started it after a trampoline accident left him a quadriplegic.
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Map shows relative value of $100 in each state

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Aug 19th - 8:29pm
Consumers be aware — $100 isn't "worth" the same amount in each state, according to a map released Monday.
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