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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Salt Lake City police say they found more than 600 vehicles left warming up and unattended throughout the city in less than three hours, as part of an investigation into recent car thefts. Officers say many of the vehicles' doors were unlocked and were children inside. Almost everyone told police they had only left their cars running "for a second." None of the drivers were cited.

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Salt Lake City School District is considering starting a later start time for its high schools. The Salt Lake Tribune reports that the district is surveying to parents on whether to push back the 7:45 a.m. start time to 8 a.m. or later. The board is slated to discuss the issue today.

UNDATED (AP) — A judge is giving former President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney extra time to respond to a lawsuit claiming the National Security Agency and the FBI conducted a mass warrantless surveillance program during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson's lawsuit says that the four authorized the program monitoring all texts, emails and phone calls in the Salt Lake City area during the Olympics. Federal lawyers say there's no evidence that happened.

ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) — A Utah National Guardsman has been presented with the Utah Cross medal for bravery for saving a teen in a traffic accident. Sgt. Austin Miller of Cedar City was helping with flood search-and-recovery operations in southern Utah on Sept. 17 when he saw a truck run off the road and rushed to help. Miller was able to save the teen's life by clearing his airway and staying with him until paramedics arrived.

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