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July 25th, 2014
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5 ways to keep your front porch from turning into a triage

01/25/2013 8:38am
You might have noticed that local temperatures — well, let's just say that they're not warm. There's ice on the roof, sidewalk and front porch and steps. To keep your home warm and safe, there are a few simple steps to take.

Grandchild's card travels 1,300 miles to Midvale woman

01/25/2013 9:14am
A Midvale woman wants to thank the United States Postal Service employees who made sure a letter that never should have been delivered made it into her mailbox.

UK engineers develop 'bomb-proof' trains

01/25/2013 9:59am
A group of British engineers are working to bomb-proof trains in case of a future attack. The goal of the overall project is to develop inherently secure, blast-resistant and fire-safe metro vehicles, including above and underground train systems.

Pope on social networking: the virtual is real

01/25/2013 11:12am
Pope Benedict XVI put church leaders on notice Thursday, saying social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter aren't a virtual world they can ignore, but rather a very real world they must engage if they want to spread the faith to the next generation.

Have You Seen This? Body luging to class

01/25/2013 1:50pm
This freezing rain caused nothing but havoc Thursday, so a BYU student got creative with getting to class.

5 family-friendly movies from Sundance 2013

01/25/2013 3:00pm
Many films at the Sundance Film Festival feature mature content that may make discovering new films difficult with family in tow.

5 family-friendly movies from Sundance 2013

01/25/2013 3:00pm
Many films at the Sundance Film Festival feature mature content that may make discovering new films difficult with family in tow.

5 family-friendly movies from Sundance 2013

01/25/2013 3:00pm
Many films at the Sundance Film Festival feature mature content that may make discovering new films difficult with family in tow.

5 family-friendly movies from Sundance 2013

01/25/2013 3:00pm
Many films at the Sundance Film Festival feature mature content that may make discovering new films difficult with family in tow.

Prodigal Dad deals with bipolar affective disorder

01/25/2013 7:37pm
Understanding the disorder is not enough to keep me at a mental even keel anymore than knowing I have cancer means I can wave the wand and cure it. In the middle of a depressive phase, I try to remember that the sadness I feel will pass.

3 ways smoking is worse for women than you realized

01/25/2013 8:33pm
A new study shows that women are catching up to men in numbers of people that smoke, and women are at much greater risk of dying from lung cancer now than they were decades ago. Here are three reasons why smoking is especially harmful to women.

8th grader with Down Syndrome lands two 3-pointers first game

01/25/2013 8:59pm
It was the last game of the season for the 8th grade basketball team at Van Hoosen Junior High School. With only a few minutes left in the game, the coach called in Owen Groesser.

Birth father finally gets custody of toddler

01/25/2013 9:38pm
A birth father has been given custody of his nearly 2-year-old daughter in what could be the end of a legal tug-of-war between him and the girl's adoptive parents.
 
   
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