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Several northern Utah communities were in mourning Tuesday over the tragic deaths of four people — including three children — during an outing on Bear Lake.
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Food worker in St. George tests positive for hepatitis A

The Associated Press   |  posted 27 minutes ago
Authorities have confirmed that a food handler at Pizza Cart in Cedar City has tested positive for hepatitis A.
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2nd Yellowstone visitor injured in bison encounter

Phil Gast and Jethro Mullen, CNN   |  posted 36 minutes ago
The sheer size and wildness of Yellowstone National Park's signature bison provide a magnificent subject for camera-toting tourists.
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11 hottest careers for college grads

by KSL Jobs  |   BrandView  
Tips and top jobs for graduates searching for a successful career.
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The apps that drain your phone's battery the most

Hope King, CNN   |  posted Jun 3rd - 10:41am
Smartphones are getting more powerful, but battery life hasn't caught up to power all the apps we're using.
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Man salvages Intermountain Indian School mural, shares with alumni

Natalie Crofts   |  posted Jun 3rd - 10:25am
When a local photographer documenting the Intermountain Indian School's demolition discovered murals painted by students, he felt compelled to do more.
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Is Haws good enough to play in the NBA?

Patrick Kinahan, KSL.com Contributor   |  posted Jun 3rd - 10:16am
Tyler Haws faces long odds to get drafted by an NBA team, but he can still enjoy a lucrative basketball career. Even if he never plays professionally in the United States, Haws has the skills to succeed in the game.
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Ambulance crew helps foil burglary at West High

Shara Park   |  posted Jun 3rd - 10:08am
An observant ambulance team helped foil an early morning theft at West High School, police say.
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Is a new crime wave on the horizon?

Mariano Castillo, CNN   |  posted Jun 3rd - 9:52am
After decades of a downward trend in crime, residents in some large U.S. cities wonder if a reversal is coming.
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China escalates effort to recover missing from capsized ship

The Associated Press   |  posted Jun 3rd - 8:51am
Chinese authorities deployed scores more divers and a large crane as they escalated efforts Wednesday to recover more than 410 people believed to be trapped inside an overturned river cruise ship.
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Harmons' hand-painted signs sets grocer apart

Bill Gephardt   |  posted Jun 3rd - 8:28am
Many supermarkets have a goal to set themselves apart from the competition. A Utah chain aims to do that by creating personalities for its stores through art.
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Cedar Springs farm is home to rare white-faced deer

Bob Brenzing and Nicole Didonato   |  posted Jun 3rd - 7:47am
A rare white-faced fawn is finding love on a Cedar Springs farm.
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Council OKs bid for federal funding of Sugar House streetcar

Katie McKellar   |  posted Jun 3rd - 7:27am
Despite public protest and grumblings of funding uncertainties, the Salt Lake City Council voted Tuesday night to pledge a $3.1 million match to federal funding to extend the Sugar House Streetcar line.
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Always look on the bright side of stress

Carina Storrs, CNN   |  posted Jun 3rd - 7:05am
Don't stress out! Or do. Despite the bad reputation that stress has long held, there is a growing appreciation that pressure has its perks.
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Charges filed in stabbing of roommate

Katie Larsen   |  posted Jun 3rd - 6:45am
A 22-year-old Magna man was charged with a second degree felony for stabbing his roommate in the back and chest.
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Police seek help in fraud case with victims across the country

Andrew Adams   |  posted Jun 2nd - 10:23pm
St. George Police were circulating surveillance images and seeking help from the public Tuesday to find a man suspected in a fraud and forgery investigation with victims across the country.
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Communities can learn to help Alzheimer's residents who wander

Nkoyo Iyamba   |  posted Jun 2nd - 10:18pm
A Clinton man, whose wife has Alzheimer's, says communities can learn to help Alzheimer's residents who wander away from home.
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Lion kills woman at South African park

Brent Swails and Dana Ford, CNN   |  posted Jun 2nd - 9:49pm
A U.S. woman on a safari outside Johannesburg was attacked and killed by a lion Monday.
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Marriage before a college degree increases risk of obesity, study says

Jessica Ivins   |  posted Jun 2nd - 8:31pm
If you're looking for ways to maintain good health into adulthood, consider finishing college before becoming a husband or wife.
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New Disney toys combine high-tech gadgets, old-school play

Ryan Nakashima, Associated Press   |  posted Jun 2nd - 7:33pm
Disney is launching a line of toys that combines high-tech wearable gadgets and old-school superhero role-playing to keep kids moving while engrossing them in sub-plots from "The Avengers," "Star Wars" and "Frozen."
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