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Tips to help your child feel safe at school after Conn. shooting

12/17/2012 6:15am
This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives parents advice for addressing the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting with their children. Young children should be shielded from watching the news about this devastating event.

Tips to help your child feel safe at school after Conn. shooting

12/17/2012 6:15am
This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim gives parents advice for addressing the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting with their children. Young children should be shielded from watching the news about this devastating event.

Cop gives ticket wrapped around $100 bill

12/17/2012 11:32am
A traffic stop in Plano ended in a surprise for a Texas man.

Starlit, Mango top unusual names of 2012

12/17/2012 11:54am
Utah is no stranger to unusual names. The Baby Center released its list of 2012's unusual names earlier this week and the picks are worthy of their own Utah Names video

Have You Seen This? Bobbing for landings

12/17/2012 1:15pm
Planes struggle to land as Mother Nature plays puppeteer with these heavy metal objects.

Scientists create franken-mosquito to stop disease

12/17/2012 3:04pm
Scientists are on the cusp of a major breakthrough using Franken mosquitoes that will save thousands. The transgenic mosquitoes will be incapable of transmitting malaria, dengue fever and other mosquito bourne diseases.

26 Sandy Hook victims honored by 26 acts of kindness

12/17/2012 3:59pm
The 26 victims killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School are being honored by people around the country who will perform 26 acts of kindness in their names.

Utahn's Christmas challenge helping preemie babies around the world

12/17/2012 5:41pm
A Kaysville woman is rallying people around the world to crochet hats for babies born premature. The project is her Christmas gift to families who might be going through a difficult time with their brand new babies being cared for in neonatal intensive care units.

Utahn's Christmas challenge helping preemie babies around the world

12/17/2012 5:41pm
A Kaysville woman is rallying people around the world to crochet hats for babies born premature. The project is her Christmas gift to families who might be going through a difficult time with their brand new babies being cared for in neonatal intensive care units.

NASA names moon crash site in honor of Sally Ride

12/17/2012 6:37pm
A pair of NASA spacecraft crashed into a mountain near the moon's north pole on Monday, bringing a deliberate end to a mission that peered into the lunar interior.

Mommy Medicine: The best treatments for chapped lips

12/17/2012 7:41pm
During the winter months, and especially in areas with dry climates, chapped lips are a real problem for many people. The condition is uncomfortable and may be unsightly, but there are many ways to treat it.

'I am Adam Lanza's Mother' resonates with parents of mentally ill kids

12/17/2012 8:01pm
The tragedy in Connecticut has sparked fear with parents of children diagnosed with mental illness. They worry that their child might commit a violent crime.

'Casablanca' piano to be played again

12/17/2012 9:04pm
The piano from the Oscar-winning film "Casablanca" will be played again after being auctioned for more than $600,000.

Study: Updated perceptions of Mormon faith

12/17/2012 9:40pm
More people are now using positive terms when referring to members of the LDS Church. But Americans say they learned very little about the church in the past year, according to a new survey.

UDOT ready for big storm — and ensuing price tag

12/17/2012 10:43pm
With few big storms this winter, the Utah Department of Transportation has saved money on plowing. That's a good thing, because a storm like the one that began Monday night could ring up nearly $1 million in snow removal.

UDOT ready for big storm — and ensuing price tag

12/17/2012 10:43pm
With few big storms this winter, the Utah Department of Transportation has saved money on plowing. That's a good thing, because a storm like the one that began Monday night could ring up nearly $1 million in snow removal.
 
   
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