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
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.
Recent remarks by Pres. Obama highlight how
important fathers are in this country. He said
even he would be better off with his dad in his
life. This begs the question, how damaging is
it if dad isn't there for his child?
The Salt Lake County sheriff says people are
dying because of confusion and problems with
the 911 system. He's calling for a change that
would put every agency in the Salt Lake Valley
on the same system.
Hundreds of Utahns die each year from
accidental overdoses. That has prompted one
state lawmaker to offer an olive branch to
addicts who fear by reporting overdoses, they
could end up in legal trouble.
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