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Holding students back in middle school poses problems

By Paul Nelson
New research shows there are major problems that arise when students are held back in middle school.
Mar 25th - 12:32pm

Well-known songwriters in town for summit

By Paul Nelson
You might not be immediately familiar with their names, but you know their work. Some well-known songwriters are in town to join in this weekend's Songwriter Summit.
Mar 21st - 4:13pm

More groping cases reported at BYU

By Haley Smith
Several more women have reported they were groped by a man near the BYU campus. Police arrested a man for sexual assault, but said he was not related to the groping incidents.
Mar 21st - 10:11am

Olympic clock stuck on 4:20

By Becky Bruce
Was it a coincidence or a cleverly-timed hack? For days in downtown Salt Lake City, the time was 4:20.
Jan 10th - 11:42am

School district works to fix bus stop near registered sex offenders

By Peter Samore
Alpine School District was caught off-guard when they learned one of their bus stops was next to two registered sex offenders.
Aug 24th - 9:42am

Utah group seeks families to host Iraqi youth

By Nkoyo Iyamba
The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy is hoping for a repeat performance of introducing teenagers from Iraq to Salt Lake City.
Mar 4th - 8:17am

BYU project rewards kids for eating fruits and veggies

By Randall Jeppesen
While new federal guidelines require schools to serve more fruits and vegetables, BYU researchers are studying ways to keep healthy foods from ending up in the garbage.
Feb 28th - 8:56am

Senator seeks to end credit monitoring for health department hack victims

By Paul Nelson
One lawmaker is questioning the need for Utah's free credit monitoring service, which was established when hundreds of thousands of Utahns had personal information stolen.
Feb 20th - 9:08am

Cultural trends show more students are cheating in school

By Nkoyo Iyamba
Several recent stories suggest more students are cheating these days. 125 students at Harvard were accused of cheating two weeks ago. One communications professor studies cultural trends, and she had one theory of why more students are cheating.
Sep 11th - 8:15pm

Police arrest 4 in connection with death of Sandy man

By Emiley Morgan
Police have arrested four people in connection with the death of a Sandy man who was found in a church parking lot.
Aug 24th - 7:45pm
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