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Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker responded Sunday night to a pending sexual harassment civil rights lawsuit expected to be filed in the near future by three veteran police officers against the city.
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Good time to shop for new car, expert says

Bill Gephardt   |  posted 21 minutes ago
Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kick-off for summer.It's also one of the best times of year to go car shopping.
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Gateway mall offers testing venue for high school students

Morgan Jacobsen   |  posted 55 minutes ago
For the past month, West High School students have taken college preparation exams at a space provided by The Gateway. The school is one of a handful that doesn't have room to administer all tests.
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Study: High altitude may boost babies' risks for SIDS deaths

Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press   |  posted May 25th - 8:17am
Lofty living may make babies vulnerable to sudden infant death syndrome, according to a Colorado study that found higher risks above 8,000 feet (2,400 meters).
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Utah's unemployment rate unchanged at 3.4%

Jasen Lee   |  posted May 25th - 8:00am
April's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Utah remained unchanged from the prior three months at 3.4 percent. The national unemployment rate dropped one tenth of a percentage point to 5.4 percent for the month.
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5 stories you may have missed this weekend

Angie H. Treasure   |  posted May 25th - 7:28am
Here are five local stories you may have missed this weekend. As always, click on the headline to read the full story.
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Family heartbroken over son's rare, degenerative disease

Heather Simonsen   |  posted May 24th - 10:55pm
Landon Caputo was slowly losing his ability to control his muscles and cognition. But no one knew what was wrong. When he was 18 months old, he could say a few words, stand, take a few steps, and now he can't. No one knew what was wrong.
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Storms flood Plains, Midwest, killing 3, forcing evacuations

Seth Robbins, Associated Press   |  posted May 24th - 10:40pm
Record rainfall wreaked havoc across a swath of the Plains and Midwest on Sunday, causing flash floods in normally dry riverbeds, spawning tornadoes and forcing at least 2,000 people in Texas from their homes.
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Zion's trees are dying of old age

John Hollenhorst   |  posted May 24th - 10:31pm
It's a trend that might sadden the hearts of millions who love Zion National Park. One of Zion Canyon's most beautiful features is fading away, and the process may be unstoppable. The canopy of cottonwood trees is dying out.
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Man thrown from horse, seriously injured

Amy Joi O'Donoghue   |  posted May 24th - 10:27pm
A man received serious injuries after he was thrown from the horse was riding on Sunday afternoon. The accident happened at the rodeo grounds in Cedar Fort, according to the Utah County Sheriff's Office.
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Man dies following rollover crash in Wayne County

Ben Dowsett   |  posted May 24th - 10:21pm
A man died following a single-vehicle rollover on state Route 24 near Torrey in Wayne County Sunday morning, police said.
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Ohio man finds canister containing 21-year-old message

The Associated Press   |  posted May 24th - 9:28pm
It isn't quite a message in a bottle, but an Ohio man says he found a 21-year-old message secreted in a camera film case that had traveled some 40 miles down the Grand River in western Michigan.
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Utah lawmakers, educators work together toward 10-year education plan

Morgan Jacobsen   |  posted May 24th - 9:09pm
Educators and lawmakers met Wednesday to discuss the development of Utah's comprehensive 10-year plan for education, which is expected to be complete this fall.
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Utahns visit cemeteries, pay tribute to loved ones for Memorial Day

Amy Joi O'Donoghue   |  posted May 24th - 7:31pm
There were children, the elderly and generations of families who took time Sunday to reflect on loved ones lost. The yearly Memorial Day tradition filled the Salt Lake City Cemetery and others throughout the state with colorful flowers and flags.
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Homeless veterans deserve a place in the American dream

Maria Cuomo Cole, CNN   |  posted May 24th - 7:08pm
Karlene S. is a 35-year-old Army veteran who served as part of the post-9/11 war against terrorism. A single parent, she has three children, the youngest two diagnosed with ADHD and other ongoing special needs. She herself has health issues, including hypertension and depression. While she has tried to provide for her family by working at Target, she still cannot afford her rent.
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Solar technology allows Smith's to pass savings onto customers

Katie Larsen   |  posted May 24th - 6:24pm
The Smith's Distribution Center in Layton revealed its 4,066 solar panel roof Tuesday.
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Fifth-grader shares dream, wins $1,500 for college

Anna Taylor-Enterprise, Associated Press   |  posted May 24th - 5:48pm
When Rineyville Elementary School fifth-grader Rasia Graves learned her mother had multiple sclerosis, she knew she wanted to do what she could to find a cure. To her, that means eventually becoming a neurologist.
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Cannes 2015: The winners and losers

Neil Curry, CNN   |  posted May 24th - 5:15pm
Comeback stars, the darlings of the festival, standing ovations and incessant booing: the Festival de Cannes has delivered entertainment on and off screen for an astounding 67 years.
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After officer's acquittal, 2 more cases loom for Cleveland

Mark Gillispie, Associated Press   |  posted May 24th - 4:41pm
Cleveland emerged unscathed and intact after a day of protests following the acquittal of a white patrolman who had been on trial in the shooting deaths of two unarmed black suspects killed in a 137-shot barrage of police gunfire.
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Debate over police body camera use ongoing in Utah

Dennis Romboy   |  posted May 24th - 4:34pm
How or whether the state should govern the use of police body cameras will be subject of much debate among Utah legislators and law enforcement over the next few months.
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Dick Van Dyke still has sweet dance moves

Martha Ostergar   |  posted May 24th - 3:33pm
Dick Van Dyke sure could dance in his "Mary Poppins" days, and apparently nothing has changed.
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