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November 28th, 2014
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Large study confirms flu vaccine safe in pregnancy

01/17/2013 8:58am
A large study offers reassuring news for pregnant women: It's safe to get a flu shot.

Photo of elderly man teaching girlfriend to read goes viral

01/17/2013 10:09am
A photo taken by a stranger of a couple at a Southern California Starbucks has gone viral, with many saying the photo is the perfect example of love and dedication.

Some children may not show signs of autism later in life, study says

01/17/2013 10:16am
Some children may outgrow their autism diagnosis, according to a new study.

Stolen 1st edition Book of Mormon returned to owner

01/17/2013 11:18am
A first-edition Book of Mormon has been returned to a woman after being stolen from her eight months ago.

Inflatable rooms to arrive at the International Space Station in 2015

01/17/2013 11:49am
In an effort to make space travel more affordable and efficient, NASA has teamed up with a private company to build and launch an inflatable room that could be used to house astronauts in the future.

Utah County Health Department offers car seat class

01/17/2013 2:03pm
The Utah County Health Department offers free classes on how to properly install and use a child's car seat.

Apple rumors: no cheap iPhone, but 5s coming soon

01/17/2013 2:38pm
The latest rumors to surface about the tech giant.

Have You Seen This? Smarty Cat

01/17/2013 3:16pm
A smart kitty dominates at the shell game.

5 reasons locals should be happy Sundance is in Utah

01/17/2013 4:19pm
The start of the Sundance Film Festival every January brings filmmakers, movie buffs and celeb watchers to Park City for 10 days of independent films. Here are five reasons it's a good thing.

Getting kids to eat healthy begins with parents

01/17/2013 5:59pm
Many of us make New Year's resolutions to eat healthier foods, but getting everybody in the house to take part — especially kids — can pose a challenge. Utah dietitians say it takes hard work and dedication, mainly from the parents.

Utah man a 3-time finalist in Doritos commercial competition

01/17/2013 7:08pm
It is said that "the third time is the charm." One Utah man definitely hopes that is the case as he competes for his third consecutive year in the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl Contest.

Utah man a 3-time finalist in Doritos commercial competition

01/17/2013 7:08pm
It is said that "the third time is the charm." One Utah man definitely hopes that is the case as he competes for his third consecutive year in the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl Contest.

When was your last Keeper Moment?

01/17/2013 7:27pm
Keeper Moments equate to whole experiences. They engage all of our senses, which creates a whole experience, not emotional fragmentation. In these often random, simple moments, we feel, think and process in a way that multitasking doesn't allow.

Thieves experiencing a change of heart, making things right

01/17/2013 8:33pm
Working in a newsroom you see it all — the good, the bad and the baffling. It's heartwarming to see stories of hope and triumph, but it's even more inspiring to watch when those we've written off as "bad guys" experience a change of heart.

Schwarzenegger returns in 'The Last Stand'

01/17/2013 9:05pm
In a movie years ago, an action icon uttered this legendary phrase, "I'll be back." Well, believe me, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back.

Sundance is a bit much, even for founder Redford

01/17/2013 11:42pm
Everybody wants a piece of Robert Redford. Young filmmakers talking him up for advice on the street. The stewardess on an airplane who mentions her son has this idea. The guy with a videotape under his arm who looked so grungy Redford thought he was a panhandler.

Sundance is a bit much, even for founder Redford

01/17/2013 11:42pm
Everybody wants a piece of Robert Redford. Young filmmakers talking him up for advice on the street. The stewardess on an airplane who mentions her son has this idea. The guy with a videotape under his arm who looked so grungy Redford thought he was a panhandler.
 
   
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