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November 28th, 2014
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Dog rescued from hoarder given life-saving operation

01/03/2013 9:20am
One of the 149 dogs rescued in November from an Ogden man with good intentions is back on her feet after a life-saving surgery.

'Star Trek' director grants fan's dying wish

01/03/2013 11:18am
A man dying of cancer had his last wish granted last week when the director of "Star Trek" granted the man's wish to see the forthcoming "Star Trek" movie before his death.

Fossils older than oxygen on Earth discovered

01/03/2013 11:57am
Researchers have discovered the oldest-known fossils on the planet: fossilized bacteria from 3.5 billion years ago, before even oxygen existed on Earth.

Bieber calls for tough rules after paparazzo death

01/03/2013 12:19pm
A 29-year-old photographer had just snapped shots of Justin Bieber's exotic white Ferrari when he was struck and killed by a passing car. The accident prompted some stars including Bieber to renew their calls for tougher laws against the paparazzi.

Bieber calls for tough rules after paparazzo death

01/03/2013 12:19pm
A 29-year-old photographer had just snapped shots of Justin Bieber's exotic white Ferrari when he was struck and killed by a passing car. The accident prompted some stars including Bieber to renew their calls for tougher laws against the paparazzi.

Bieber calls for tough rules after paparazzo death

01/03/2013 12:19pm
A 29-year-old photographer had just snapped shots of Justin Bieber's exotic white Ferrari when he was struck and killed by a passing car. The accident prompted some stars including Bieber to renew their calls for tougher laws against the paparazzi.

The most anticipated films of 2013

01/03/2013 2:50pm
The ksl.com movie guru's, John Clyde and Travis Poppleton teamed up and put together a list of their most anticipated films of 2013.

Photo shows baby reach out of womb, grasp doctor's finger

01/03/2013 2:55pm
A photo snapped in a proud father's moment of joy has taken the Internet by storm.

Have You Seen This? Clean entertainment

01/03/2013 2:59pm
Who says you can't clean and entertain a baby at the same time? Check out Roomba baby.

Have You Seen This? Clean entertainment

01/03/2013 2:59pm
Who says you can't clean and entertain a baby at the same time? Check out Roomba baby.

6 takeaways from Google's antitrust settlement

01/03/2013 4:22pm
Google Inc. has settled an U.S. antitrust probe that largely leaves its search practices alone. In a major win for Google, the Federal Trade Commission unanimously concluded that there is not enough evidence to support complaints from rivals that the company shows unfair bias in its search results toward its own products.

Workshop taps into spatial-visual strengths of children with autism

01/03/2013 5:47pm
The University of Utah's iSTAR educational program focuses on children with autism; specifically teaching them how to use computers for 3-D modeling.

The power in making just 1 change

01/03/2013 7:28pm
Overwhelmed with too many goals to achieve? Choose one key goal to get the ball rolling. You'll accomplish and become more while enjoying the process.

The power in making just 1 change

01/03/2013 7:28pm
Overwhelmed with too many goals to achieve? Choose one key goal to get the ball rolling. You'll accomplish and become more while enjoying the process.

Jordan School District creates contest to increase parent volunteers

01/03/2013 8:12pm
The Jordan School District has developed a fun way to increase parent involvement in the classroom. The volunteers are being rewarded a pizza party with the students.

7 phrases in a liar's vocabulary

01/03/2013 8:33pm
People who consistently lie may be good at telling tall tales, but their words will always give them away. Lie detection experts discuss a set of words liars use to distance themselves from the truth. Can you guess a liar's vocabulary?

Boy, kicked off Facebook, creates kid-safe social network

01/03/2013 9:29pm
Zach Marks' parents kicked him off Facebook, so he built his own social networking site.

Utahns making time to rise above the haze

01/03/2013 10:27pm
It's only been five days, and it is January, but the bitter cold temperatures and thick smog are affecting our lifestyle choices and our health in Northern Utah.

Stomach flu outbreak sickens 250 at Provo MTC

01/03/2013 10:28pm
A suspected stomach flu that hit LDS missionaries in the Missionary Training Center has been nearly contained, Utah County health officials said Thursday.

Tips for setting resolutions with your children

01/03/2013 11:05pm
Kids' resolutions often seem like a lot more fun than those of adults: some want to play with friends more; others just want to eat more ice cream. Parents, though, seem to have higher expectations for their children.

Tips for setting resolutions with your children

01/03/2013 11:05pm
Kids' resolutions often seem like a lot more fun than those of adults: some want to play with friends more; others just want to eat more ice cream. Parents, though, seem to have higher expectations for their children.
 
   
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