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July 29th, 2014
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Speaking up at work can bring benefits

01/21/2013 6:15am
This week in LIFEadvice: Coach Kim address a fear of speaking up at work and how to be more assertive. If you don't speak up, people will make incorrect assumptions about what you think.

What to consider before raiding your 401(k)

01/21/2013 7:50am
Recent reports say one out of four people are borrowing money from their 401(k) retirement accounts to pay for monthly expenses. Financial counselors say people need to know how this will affect them before they do it.

What to consider before raiding your 401(k)

01/21/2013 7:50am
Recent reports say one out of four people are borrowing money from their 401(k) retirement accounts to pay for monthly expenses. Financial counselors say people need to know how this will affect them before they do it.

UT to honor man who challenged Japanese internment

01/21/2013 9:18am
A man who challenged the World War II internment of Japanese-Americans will be honored in Utah under a declaration signed by Gov. Gary Herbert.

UT to honor man who challenged Japanese internment

01/21/2013 9:18am
A man who challenged the World War II internment of Japanese-Americans will be honored in Utah under a declaration signed by Gov. Gary Herbert.

Locals look to shine in the Super 'Baugh'

01/21/2013 11:20am
Former local college stars are front and center as the Super Bowl invades New Orleans.

Protecting kids from online scams

01/21/2013 11:27am
Everyone should be concerned about falling prey to internet scams, especially parents.

Dog mauls 4-year-old to death

01/21/2013 11:47am
A Texas community is in shock after a pit bull violently killed a 4-year-old boy.

Testing brain pacemakers to zap Alzheimer's damage

01/21/2013 11:49am
It has the makings of a science fiction movie: Zap someone's brain with mild jolts of electricity to try to stave off the creeping memory loss of Alzheimer's disease.

QEII painting banned for 60 years finally on display

01/21/2013 11:59am
A painting of Queen Elizabeth II banned for half a century because her neck looked weird is finally on display after more than 60 years.

QEII painting banned for 60 years finally on display

01/21/2013 11:59am
A painting of Queen Elizabeth II banned for half a century because her neck looked weird is finally on display after more than 60 years.

Large study links fast food to asthma, eczema

01/21/2013 12:23pm
Obesity isn't the only potential toll that dinner from the drive-through may have on a person's health.

How Facebook can change the way you Google

01/21/2013 12:32pm
Does Facebook's Graph Search stand a chance against Google, who also recently began integrating Google+ Pages and user profiles into their search results?

Have You Seen This? Cat's got hops

01/21/2013 1:44pm
Have you ever come home from a long day at work and realized you forgot to do the laundry? Well, have I got the solution for you.

7 reasons to explore Grand Canyon by raft

01/21/2013 2:05pm
The Grand Canyon is a temple of adventure, peace, wonder and beauty, and the best way to experience it is from the seat of a whitewater raft.

7 reasons to explore Grand Canyon by raft

01/21/2013 2:05pm
The Grand Canyon is a temple of adventure, peace, wonder and beauty, and the best way to experience it is from the seat of a whitewater raft.

Waiter stands up for boy when diner makes rude comment

01/21/2013 3:03pm
A waiter is being hailed as a hero after he refused to serve a customer who made a rude comment about a child in the restaurant.

Zion condor found dead; was likely lead poisoning

01/21/2013 3:11pm
A California condor found dead at Zion National Park is believed to have died from lead poisoning after foraging on a bullet-ridden game carcass, in another setback for the recovery project on the Utah-Arizona border, officials said Monday.

Zion condor found dead; was likely lead poisoning

01/21/2013 3:11pm
A California condor found dead at Zion National Park is believed to have died from lead poisoning after foraging on a bullet-ridden game carcass, in another setback for the recovery project on the Utah-Arizona border, officials said Monday.

7 Utah counties under pollution alert

01/21/2013 3:28pm
Regulators are issuing an air pollution alert for seven counties along the Wasatch Front, home to 2 million Utah residents.

7 Utah counties under pollution alert

01/21/2013 3:28pm
Regulators are issuing an air pollution alert for seven counties along the Wasatch Front, home to 2 million Utah residents.

USU student races to 50K cans for scholarship

01/21/2013 3:59pm
Kyle Cooper used to laugh a little at the idea of recycling, but now he's hoping it will put him through school.

USU student races to 50K cans for scholarship

01/21/2013 3:59pm
Kyle Cooper used to laugh a little at the idea of recycling, but now he's hoping it will put him through school.

Man shoots at vehicle in road rage incident

01/21/2013 6:20pm
Gunshots were fired in a Spanish Fork neighborhood last week after two drivers took their dispute on the road to a residential area.

Man shoots at vehicle in road rage incident

01/21/2013 6:20pm
Gunshots were fired in a Spanish Fork neighborhood last week after two drivers took their dispute on the road to a residential area.

Police confirm missing Cache County man located

01/21/2013 6:21pm
Police confirmed Monday that a man believed to be missing for nearly a week had been located.

Police confirm missing Cache County man located

01/21/2013 6:21pm
Police confirmed Monday that a man believed to be missing for nearly a week had been located.

Climbing legends combine to help children in Nepal

01/21/2013 6:26pm
The son of the man known for making the first-ever ascent to the top of Mount Everest was in Utah Monday, helping one of the state's own climbing legends.

Climbing legends combine to help children in Nepal

01/21/2013 6:26pm
The son of the man known for making the first-ever ascent to the top of Mount Everest was in Utah Monday, helping one of the state's own climbing legends.

Climbing legends combine to help children in Nepal

01/21/2013 6:26pm
The son of the man known for making the first-ever ascent to the top of Mount Everest was in Utah Monday, helping one of the state's own climbing legends.

Hatch, NAACP give favorable report of inaugural address

01/21/2013 6:31pm
As hundreds of thousands of people jammed into Washington's National Mall for President Barack Obama's inauguration ceremony, many in Utah watched from afar.

Hatch, NAACP give favorable report of inaugural address

01/21/2013 6:31pm
As hundreds of thousands of people jammed into Washington's National Mall for President Barack Obama's inauguration ceremony, many in Utah watched from afar.

Bill would require students to learn CPR before graduation

01/21/2013 6:41pm
A bill heading to Utah's Capitol Hill would require all high school students to be CPR-certified before they graduate.

Bill would require students to learn CPR before graduation

01/21/2013 6:41pm
A bill heading to Utah's Capitol Hill would require all high school students to be CPR-certified before they graduate.

U. uses campaign to develop school's identity

01/21/2013 6:49pm
The University of Utah is starting off the new year by rolling out a major new marketing campaign.

U. uses campaign to develop school's identity

01/21/2013 6:49pm
The University of Utah is starting off the new year by rolling out a major new marketing campaign.

Mommy Medicine: A guide to preventing or treating the flu

01/21/2013 7:28pm
Most medical experts agree this flu season is one of the worst we've seen in a long time. Because virus is rampant in Utah, I've compiled a couple of lists to help you prevent or treat the flu.

Business owner frustrated after 3rd theft in a year

01/21/2013 7:50pm
The owners of an oil-field service company are offering a $10,000 reward after thieves hit their business over the weekend.

Business owner frustrated after 3rd theft in a year

01/21/2013 7:50pm
The owners of an oil-field service company are offering a $10,000 reward after thieves hit their business over the weekend.

Boxes of books will help Utah's young readers

01/21/2013 8:21pm
A children's choir at a church in West Valley City sang praises and pledged to serve, while at a nearby warehouse volunteers were sorting boxes of books meant to help Utah children.

Boxes of books will help Utah's young readers

01/21/2013 8:21pm
A children's choir at a church in West Valley City sang praises and pledged to serve, while at a nearby warehouse volunteers were sorting boxes of books meant to help Utah children.

Councilman seeks support for gold and silver as legal tender

01/21/2013 9:25pm
Utah has a law declaring gold and silver coin legal tender, but a Highland City Council member says it's time the government did more to support the use of precious metals.

Councilman seeks support for gold and silver as legal tender

01/21/2013 9:25pm
Utah has a law declaring gold and silver coin legal tender, but a Highland City Council member says it's time the government did more to support the use of precious metals.

Community gathers to show support for avalanche victims' family

01/21/2013 10:50pm
Heber City residents gathered to mourn the loss of two young brothers Monday night: 14-year-old Coleman Sweat and 7-year-old Trevan Sweat, who were both killed in a snowmobiling accident over the weekend.

Community gathers to show support for avalanche victims' family

01/21/2013 10:50pm
Heber City residents gathered to mourn the loss of two young brothers Monday night: 14-year-old Coleman Sweat and 7-year-old Trevan Sweat, who were both killed in a snowmobiling accident over the weekend.

'Walk of Life' honors civil rights pioneers

01/21/2013 10:52pm
In memory of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, students and staff gathered at Brigham Young University for the annual "Walk of Life."

Hate speech turns into important lesson for Midvale children

01/21/2013 10:54pm
On a day when we celebrate equality and racial acceptance, a woman in Midvale said she recently had an experience that shows a need for more discussion on diversity.

Hate speech turns into important lesson for Midvale children

01/21/2013 10:54pm
On a day when we celebrate equality and racial acceptance, a woman in Midvale said she recently had an experience that shows a need for more discussion on diversity.

Doctor develops special glasses for migraine relief

01/21/2013 10:57pm
Painful, sometimes debilitating migraine headaches afflict 31 million Americans. But a doctor at the Moran Eye Center has developed a pair of glasses that really work for some patients.

Doctor develops special glasses for migraine relief

01/21/2013 10:57pm
Painful, sometimes debilitating migraine headaches afflict 31 million Americans. But a doctor at the Moran Eye Center has developed a pair of glasses that really work for some patients.
 
   
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