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Although she cannot speak, JulieLynn Reardon earned statewide recognition for an essay she wrote about people with special needs.
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High bacteria counts on cellphone doesn't determine rate of infection

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Feb 25th - 10:33pm
National news headlines about high bacteria counts on cellphones may make you queasy. But after testing several cellphones for germs, KSL Investigators learned the germ count alone doesn't determine if your dirty phone will make you sick.
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KSL Investigates: SLC out millions of dollars in unpaid parking tickets

Mike Headrick  |  posted Feb 17th - 10:32pm
KSL Investigators discovered that Salt Lake City is short millions of dollars in unpaid parking tickets, and the identity of the worst offender may surprise you.
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Social media kicks up sales of bronzed baby shoes

Mitch Stacy, Associated Press  |  posted Feb 15th - 10:20am
During the Depression, former kindergarten teacher Violet Shinbach canvassed Ohio neighborhoods looking for yards with wading pools, tricycles and toys strewn about. She knew the young mothers who lived in those houses were prospective customers for her fledgling entrepreneurial enterprise: bronzing baby shoes.
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Ring sale on KSL Classifieds uncovers international cyber crime ring

Debbie Dujanovic and Tania Mashburn  |  posted Feb 9th - 10:49pm
Many people use KSL Classifieds to buy and sell items. The last thing we want is for someone to fall for a scam like the one KSL investigator Debbie Dujanovic tracked down. It began when a divorcee decided to list her wedding ring for sale.
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KSL Investigates: UTA loses millions each year due to 'free riders'

Mike Headrick  |  posted Feb 5th - 10:34pm
KSL Investigators discovered Utah Transit Authority lost millions of dollars last year because of "free riders."
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KSL Investigates: Where are your taxes going?

Debbie Dujanovic and Tania Mashburn  |  posted Feb 2nd - 10:29pm
Do you know how much government employees in your own backyard earn? KSL Investigators surveyed 30 municipalities, from St. George to Logan, to find out how your tax dollars are being spent.
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Utah's 'buyer beware state' status should prompt car buyers to investigate car's history

Mike Headrick and Linda Williams  |  posted Jan 26th - 10:32pm
If you're looking to buy a used vehicle, there's a chance you could end up with a wrecked vehicle and not ever know it. It is because Utah is a buyer beware state.
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State regulators: Gold investment opportunities don't always pan out

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Jan 22nd - 10:31pm
With gas prices down and the economy picking up, you may be interested in investing a little extra money this year. Before you dig through your options, the KSL investigators have a warning about gold buying opportunities.
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Phone call about tragic crash ruse for money, former FBI agent says

Debbie Dujanovic  |  posted Dec 29th - 10:32pm
Someone you love was in a crash and is dying. It's easy to see why a call like that left a KSL-TV viewer in tears. Sounds awful, but KSL Investigator Debbie Dujanovic tracked down information about the phone number and shows it's a ruse for money.
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