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Boehner's comments on tax cuts

Monday was back to work day for Congress. Lawmakers will start with a big twist from the minority leader about tax cuts for the middle class.
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'Families First' program helps build peace at home

Yelling, fighting, fear, desperation. Families struggling to stay above water can find help from Utah Youth Village's "Families First" program. KSL NewsRadio's Mary Richards has part two of a special series.
Jun 6th - 9:41am
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Utah Youth Village teaches at-risk youth to survive and thrive

For more that 40 years Utah Youth Village has provided live-in teachers for troubled children and at-risk youth. Part one of this two-part report profiles one couple who provide the youth with a structured family environment.
Jun 5th - 8:26am
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Technology both promising and troubling trend with distracted driving, researcher says

A researcher sees technology as both a promising and a troubling trend when it comes to distracted driving.
May 8th - 7:56pm
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Advocates hope new distracted-driving law creates cultural change

If you say you don't do it, or haven't done it, the numbers may call you a liar. Texting, reading or sending email, using social media, even posting "selfies" have all been documented on our roadways, sometimes with tragic result
May 7th - 6:56am
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Utah Safe Haven law protects newborns from harm

Utah's Safe Haven law allows any newborn baby to be anonymously dropped off at a hospital open 24 hours a day. It's designed to protect these babies from being abandoned or killed out of desperation or fear.
May 1st - 5:45pm
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Gun owners urged to lock up weapons, educate kids

A new Utah group is pushing gun owners to better lock up their guns, but some would suggest that isn't enough.
Apr 3rd - 7:56am
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Proposal makes parolees easier to identify

The Utah Department of Corrections and local police are working to make parolees more easily identifiable to boots-on-the-ground officers, potentially even by merging state driver's license and offender tracking databases, KSL has learned.
Mar 19th - 7:57pm
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New BYU website helps teens grow up safe and smart online

It's estimated that 95 percent of teens are online, but more than half give no thought to the consequences of what they do there. Now a group of BYU graduate students hopes to educate youth about being safe on the Internet.
Mar 19th - 7:28am
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Teen with traumatic brain injury not only survives but thrives

Fifteen-year-old Pete Benda's family was told he may never wake up from a coma following a 30-foot fall. See how well he is doing now, in part two of the series "The Child First and Always."
Mar 12th - 7:47am
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Doctors try new shunt-free treatment at Primary Children's Hospital

Doctors at Primary Children's Hospital are using a new technique to drain excess spinal fluid from children with hydrocephalus.
Mar 10th - 7:08pm
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