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Colo. town duped by nonexistent child with leukemia

11/20/2012 10:21am
A Colorado community is reeling after finding out the boy with leukemia who united them all never existed.

Is your home winterized? Act fast

11/20/2012 10:43am
Cold, drafty homes are no fun. You can feel the heat on in places, but when you move through the home you feel the arctic. The thermostat may be set to 72, but your skin says it's 27. Learn to keep your heating bill down and your comfort level up.

Utah preterm birth rate stagnant, but lower than US average

11/20/2012 7:28pm
Utah has received a "B" grade for its preterm birth rate in 2012, according to a new report by the March of Dimes, a nonprofit organization focused on promoting the health of mothers and babies.

Catholic nuns express sadness in leaving Utah

11/20/2012 7:58pm
After 68 years in Utah, six Catholic nuns are saying farewell to the Ogden community they love. Some of the women spoke with KSL News Tuesday about how much they will miss Utah.

Running with gratitude this Thanksgiving season

11/20/2012 8:38pm
This Thanksgiving season, Reasons to Run's Kim Cowart is grateful for a lot, but mostly she's grateful for good health and the ability to run.

Teen sentenced to 10 years of church attendance

11/20/2012 8:43pm
A district judge in Oklahoma has generated new controversy by sentencing a teenager to 10 years of church attendance, even though it's not constitutional.