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Utah family's app helps kids with autism

05/07/2014 10:21am
A Cache County family is using their experiences to help parents who have children with autism.

iPhone users typically more educated than Android users, new study says

05/07/2014 11:03am
People who make at least six figures a year and are looking for love online tend to be iPhone users, while their Android counterparts make on average less than $60,000 a year, according to new data from a mobile dating application.

New spider escapes danger with acrobatic flips

05/07/2014 11:25am
Called the flic-flac spider after the gymnastics term for a back handspring, the newly discovered species uses its legs to create a rolling motion when provoked.

How social media helps solve criminal cases

05/07/2014 10:48pm
Social media paid dividends Wednesday as Unified police used it to ratchet up pressure to safely recover a 15-month-old girl. Police agencies around the state are finding new social alternatives to solve cases.
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