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A Corner Canyon High School student was found dead on a mountainside Thursday afternoon, police said.
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Tooele County residents rally to keep 'joint at the point'

Lisa Riley Roche   |  posted May 28th - 10:49pm
More than 100 Tooele County residents chanted, "Keep the joint at the Point," at a rally Thursday evening across the street from where state officials were holding an open house about the benefits of a new state prison.
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CDC investigating error that caused live anthrax shipments

Robert Burns and Brady McCombs, Associated Press   |  posted May 28th - 10:41pm
The U.S. Army's top general said Thursday that human error probably was not a factor in the Army's mistaken shipment of live anthrax samples from a chemical weapons testing site that was opened more than 70 years ago in a desolate stretch of desert in Utah.
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Man charged with child abuse, calls infant's injuries 'accidents'

Cassidy Hansen   |  posted May 28th - 10:09pm
Efrain Camacho was charged with four counts of child abuse, a second degree felony, in the Third District Court.
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Psychiatrist: Colorado shooter knew what he was doing

Dan Elliott, Associated Press   |  posted May 28th - 9:31pm
The man who killed 12 moviegoers and wounded scores of others in a suburban Denver theater was mentally ill but legally sane, a court-appointed psychiatrist testified Thursday.
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Local non-profit hosts Bike prom to raise funds

Megan Marsden Christensen   |  posted May 28th - 9:22pm
Locals will gather Saturday for Bike Prom, a fundraising event that includes a pre-ride for the public and a prom for those 21 and older.
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You thought rhubarb was nasty ... until now

by Harmons  |   BrandView  
Bacon and eggs, turkey and stuffing, macaroni and cheese. Each of these foods are delicious when eaten alone, but complement each other when paired, making them even better together. Such is the case with strawberries and rhubarb. Grimacingly bitter eaten on its own, rhubarb needs the sweetness that strawberries provide.
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Utah Medicaid expansion negotiations ongoing

Wendy Leonard   |  posted May 28th - 8:52pm
Utah lawmakers continue to work on a plan to cover the state's uninsured but don't anticipate striking any kind of deal before August.
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Cricket flour: Coming to the baking aisle near you?

Jessica Ivins   |  posted May 28th - 8:14pm
Salmon, spinach, acai and beets may soon have to make way for a new superfood — bugs.
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Emojis help kids communicate abuse

Hope King, CNN   |  posted May 28th - 7:32pm
Abused Emojis is a new iOS app and keyboard that aims to help kids and teens communicate difficult situations through images.
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Gunnison recovers after floods, mud remains

Sam Penrod   |  posted May 28th - 7:23pm
Mud everywhere. That was the aftermath of Wednesday's rain in Gunnison Valley. It was a downpour, the likes of which most people said they had never seen.
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Will raising taxes make better students?

Morgan Jacobsen   |  posted May 28th - 6:52pm
Lawmakers and educators discussed how increased and equalized funding should translate into better outcomes for students during a Utah Taxpayers Association conference Thursday.
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Latest on flooding: Rising water cuts off Texas subdivisions

Juan A. Lozano and Seth Robbins, Ap   |  posted May 28th - 6:06pm
While the barrage of deadly thunderstorms that hit Texas has tapered, many cities remain in danger, and officials have warned about the possibility of more flooding from rain-swollen rivers as the week goes on.
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India's scorcher: What's behind the heat wave and when will it end?

Ashley Fantz, CNN   |  posted May 28th - 5:35pm
It's often hot in India. But the past 10 days have been exceptional, even for one of the hottest places on the planet. The highest temperature recorded on Wednesday reached 116.6 degrees Fahrenheit in the eastern states of Jharkhand and Odisha.
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Primary Children's Hospital, providing care for thousands who cannot pay

Wendy Leonard   |  posted May 28th - 5:07pm
Primary Children's Hospital cared for more than 84,400 child patients last year, including 9,269 whose families needed help to pay the bills. The annual KSL telethon helps to raise funds for children and families in need.
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Utah's May rain helps; drought still looms

Amy Joi O'Donoghue   |  posted May 28th - 4:37pm
It may not feel like it, but the majority of Utah remains in moderate to severe drought. Rainfall has been in excess of four times what is normal in some areas of the state, but the extra moisture is not enough to counter the year's poor snowpack.
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Police: West Jordan man claims roommate stabbed him

Pat Reavy   |  posted May 28th - 2:44pm
Police were sorting out the details Thursday of an early morning stabbing.
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Everything you need to know about 'San Andreas' in one line

Travis Poppleton, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted May 28th - 2:16pm
If you make it to the end of this review, you've wasted more time on "San Andreas" than you'll ever be able to forgive yourself for.
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Study: Utah American Indians 7.5 times more likely to be expelled than white classmates

Natalie Crofts   |  posted May 28th - 1:58pm
While 55 American Indian elementary school students were referred to law enforcement in 2011, not a single white student was disciplined in the same way, according to a report from the University of Utah.
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Have You Seen This? Kitty is happy and he knows it

Martha Ostergar   |  posted May 28th - 1:15pm
If you're happy and you know it, clap your hands … unless you're a cat.
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