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Teenagers hope lawmakers pass more anti-bullying regulations

01/31/2013 7:30am
Lawmakers have been debating big issues on Utah's Capitol Hill this legislative session, but they aren't the only ones. On Wednesday, hundreds of teenagers talked about potential legislation dealing with bullying.

Inmates donating organs: Bill would formalize the process

01/31/2013 8:15am
A bill introduced at the Utah Legislature would formalize a policy that allows inmates to sign up to be organ donors.

Exhausted suspects surrender after police chase through snow

01/31/2013 12:16pm
Police released the names of two burglary suspects who surrendered after a pretty tough chase through 3 feet of snow near a construction site on Traverse Mountain.

New ways of teaching math focus on concepts, not just memorization

01/31/2013 2:41pm
No doubt you have tried to help your child with their math homework this past year, but it looks different than the way you used to do it.

Layton homeowner fires shots at suspected burglar

01/31/2013 10:41pm
A Layton homeowner shot at a man who was trying to burglarize his home Thursday, police said.
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