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April 19th, 2014
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Smartphones 'a treasure trove for hackers,' BBB says

02/22/2013 12:01am
Smartphones may not be as safe as you think, but there are ways of protecting your personal information from being prey to hackers.

Animated poem shows life-long effects of bullying

02/22/2013 10:14am
Shane Koyczan grew up being called pork chop at school. The nickname stemmed from his innocent confusion over the meaning of pork chop and karate chop, but it caused years of pain for him.

Online predators occasionally target online games

02/22/2013 11:13am
Gamers say the online component of multiplayer gaming helps some people socialize by breaking down barriers, because you don't know who the other people are. That's exactly what concerns the Utah Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.

Pittsburgh shoeshiner donates $200K to children's hospital

02/22/2013 11:20am
Albert Lexie has been shining shoes since 1957, and since 1982, he has given away hundreds of thousands of dollars in tips to a children's hospital.

Universe may be destroyed by alternate one due to Higgs Boson, scientist says

02/22/2013 11:47am
The very fabric of the universe may be inherently unstable. So unstable, in fact, that the whole thing could get eaten at the speed of light by the expanding bubble of a boring alternate universe.

Have You Seen This? on Jimmy Kimmel

02/22/2013 12:49pm
Two Have You Seen This? alumni were featured this week on Jimmy Kimmel Live and they didn't disappoint.

'Napping Aggies' spotted, shared across USU campus

02/22/2013 6:49pm
For some reason, it's always funny to catch your friends dozing off. Two Utah State University students have come up with a creative way to spread the humor around in a place notorious for nonchalant nappers: a college campus.

LDS Church announces 58 new missions

02/22/2013 7:31pm
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Friday the creation of 58 new missions, including one in Utah.

Is there life beyond football?

02/22/2013 8:18pm
How does one make a man-child play football? Do I go with him to his practices with a proverbial gun to his actual head? Should I force him to play just because I know he is going to regret quitting — or is there more to be learned from this seemingly simple problem?

Woman credits 2 strokes for helping her find love

02/22/2013 8:49pm
A 28-year-old Scottish woman beat one-in-a-billion odds by surviving two strokes in a two-year period. She credits the medical emergencies for helping her find the love of her life.

Baby born addicted to drugs fully recovers thanks to doctors, adoptive family

02/22/2013 10:26pm
Five months ago, Enoch was born addicted to cocaine, heroine and prescription drugs. Doctors expected him to have long-term complications, including brain damage and learning disabilities and they were worried for his future.

Baby born addicted to drugs fully recovers thanks to doctors, adoptive family

02/22/2013 10:26pm
Five months ago, Enoch was born addicted to cocaine, heroine and prescription drugs. Doctors expected him to have long-term complications, including brain damage and learning disabilities and they were worried for his future.

Thousands of Utahns employed in virtual vocations

02/22/2013 10:41pm
The fast-paced and fast-growing video game industry has exploded in Utah over the past decade, bringing with it hundreds of well-paying jobs for a growing pool of talent.
 
   
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