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A man who pleaded guilty to reduced charges in a gang-related shooting death has been sentenced to up to 15 years in prison. Prior to his sentencing, Vilisoni Tuino Angilau apologized to the victim's family.
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Students wear green in honor of Hillcrest teens killed in accident

Pat Reavy   |  posted 3 minutes ago
As one person noted on Twitter Friday, "I see more green today than I ever did on St. Patrick's Day. Proud Warrior. Proud Husky. Proud Utahn."
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Police: Man dies after swerving to avoid cow

Ben Lockhart   |  posted 41 minutes ago
An Arizona man was killed early Friday after he swerved to avoid a cow and rolled his Jeep Ranger on state Route 261 near Blanding, police said.
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Researchers idle cars to study Utah pollution

Mike Anderson   |  posted May 22nd - 9:17pm
Researchers at USU and WSU are idling dozens of cars to better understand and predict pollution along the Wasatch Front.
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Utah sheriff stopped 1945 Japanese hydrogen-filled balloon attack

Peter Rosen   |  posted May 22nd - 8:55pm
Brothers Marion and Wade Hyde heard the most incredible story about their father — a story about the time Japan attacked Utah, and their dad stopped it.
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Woman battling anorexia receives help after plea on social media

Anneclaire Stapleton, CNN   |  posted May 22nd - 8:33pm
Rachael Farrokh has been suffering from a severe form of anorexia for more than 10 years. After making a desperate plea for survival in a video posted to YouTube, she's received donations from people around the country to help cover treatment costs.
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Millennials the largest generational group in Utah — since 2000

Tracie Snowder   |  posted May 22nd - 7:58pm
Millennials are expected to overtake Baby Boomers this year as the biggest generational group in the nation, but a new report says that they are already the biggest group right here in Utah — and have been since the year 2000.
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How low-income parents have saved $1M for college

Jillian Eugenios, CNN   |  posted May 22nd - 7:33pm
Families in San Francisco have passed an important milestone when it comes to saving for college, and officials hope it means big things for the city's youngest residents.
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Festival of Colors coming to Ogden Saturday

Megan Marsden Christensen   |  posted May 22nd - 7:01pm
The always popular Festival of Colors will make its way to Ogden for the first time Saturday.
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Former Carbon County sheriff admits to misusing public funds

Geoff Liesik   |  posted May 22nd - 6:43pm
As a politician, former Carbon County Sheriff James Cordova was used to asking people for their votes. On Friday, he asked county residents for their forgiveness after admitting that he misused public money during his final year in office.
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Memorial service honors those who donate bodies to medical science

Cassidy Hansen   |  posted May 22nd - 6:41pm
A memorial Friday celebrated people who have donated their bodies to provide invaluable experiences to University of Utah medical students.
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UDOT raises speed limit on more stretches of interstate

Jed Boal   |  posted May 22nd - 6:39pm
In September 2013, UDOT raised the speed limit to 80 mph on most Utah rural interstates. Now, UDOT will raise the limit on the rest of those rural roadways. In December, UDOT raised the speed limit on the urban interstates from 65 to 70 mph.
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1 year later, killing of Provo woman remains unsolved

Sam Penrod   |  posted May 22nd - 6:35pm
A year ago a Provo woman was found dead inside her home, but no arrests have been made. Her son, who found her body, is pleading for anyone with information to come forward.
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Utah's national parks raising prices this summer

Tracie Snowder   |  posted May 22nd - 5:54pm
Before you visit Utah's national parks this summer, make sure you bring some extra cash — the National Park Service is raising the prices at four major national parks.
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Clinton's Benghazi emails show correspondence with adviser

Lisa Lerer and Matthew Lee, Associated Press   |  posted May 22nd - 5:35pm
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton received monthly missives about the growing unrest in Libya from a longtime friend who was previously barred by the White House from working for her as a government employee, according to emails received on her personal account.
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20 juveniles involved in fight with airsoft guns, sword

Faith Heaton Jolley   |  posted May 22nd - 5:02pm
Police were called to an altercation early Friday morning involving around 20 students from Canyon View and Cedar High Schools.
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Wal-Mart's push on animal welfare hailed as game changer

Anne D'innocenzio, Associated Press   |  posted May 22nd - 5:00pm
Wal-Mart's push to get its suppliers to give farm animals fewer antibiotics and more room to roam is expected to have a big impact on the food industry, experts say.
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Seniors post for-sale ad of Timpview High as prank

Faith Heaton Jolley   |  posted May 22nd - 2:29pm
A group of Utah seniors had their last hurrah before graduation by posting a classified ad stating that their high school was for sale, complete with their principal's contact information.
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4 tips for safe and savory summer grilling

by Harmons  |   BrandView  
Memorial Day weekend is finally here…and that means it's time to get grilling! Whether you're a seasoned pro or just getting started, here are some great tips and tricks to keep those backyard barbecues perfect all summer long.
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How to win a text argument with a loved one, according to Google

Herb Scribner, Deseret News National   |  posted May 22nd - 1:52pm
Earlier this week, Google filed a new patent for technology that can instantly populate Google search results into a text message for both texters to see, which would effectively put an argument to an end, Quartz reported.
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