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Sunday Edition: Healthcare 101

09/29/2013 9:00am
The Affordable Care Act is creating major reform and new health care options. It mandates everyone in the U.S. get insurance. In this special edition of Sunday Edition we will help you navigate the maze of information.

Builder chosen for Utah's Hope Lodge facility

09/29/2013 10:03am
The American Cancer Society has selected a local builder, R&O Construction, to build its newest Hope Lodge. The facility intends to house cancer patients at their caregivers while they receive treatment locally.

Police make arrest in Key Bank robbery

09/29/2013 10:33am
Police have arrested a man they believe robbed a Key West bank on Friday.

14 jobs that are quickly being replaced by robots

09/29/2013 11:05am
Since the earliest days of the industrial revolution, workers in every field have feared a more efficient machine would one day replace their jobs. Machines, after all, don't ask for raises and can be discarded the moment they cease to be useful.

Fear permeates young lives of Newtown witnesses

09/29/2013 11:33am
A few nights after the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School, David Posey heard a strange noise in his house and went upstairs to check on his son. The little boy, who had just seen his teacher and a first-grade classmate gunned down, was pounding on the floor.

5 things to know about the new health exchange

09/29/2013 12:03pm
In Utah and across the country, new online insurance marketplaces are scheduled to open for business Tuesday as part of the new federal health overhaul. Utah officials have opted to have the federal government run its marketplace for individuals, while the state continues running its online marketplace for small businesses, which was created in 2009.

Girl Scouts launch drive to halt membership drop

09/29/2013 12:38pm
With an assist from Michelle Obama, the Girl Scouts of the USA is launching an unorthodox recruitment campaign this week aimed at reversing a long-running decline in participation by girls and adult volunteers.

Utah educators find success in teamwork with at-risk students

09/29/2013 1:07pm
Principals from several Utah schools were invited to the Education Task Force meeting to describe how the schools remain high- achieving despite the challenges of large at-risk student populations.

5 dead in fiery crash in Southern California

09/29/2013 2:05pm
Five people were killed early Saturday morning after their car spun out and burst into flames in Burbank, trapping people inside, officials said.

Atlanta logs dramatic turnaround in homelessness

09/29/2013 2:34pm
After Larry Mainor left the armed forces, he spent years getting high on crack and sleeping in cars, under bridges, behind restaurants and even in the woods. Now, he finally has a roof over his head and his own bed to sleep in.

Teen re-enacts 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' for a good cause

09/29/2013 5:21pm
A classic American movie came to life for a Sandy teenager, but it wasn't just for fun. It was for a good cause.

Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman weighs in on shutdown

09/29/2013 6:54pm
Republicans can't win the divisive fight over Obamacare, and if the government shuts down, it wouldn't be for long, former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. said Sunday.

400 veterinarians visit Hogle Zoo as part of worldwide conference

09/29/2013 7:14pm
Ten veterinarians watched closely as Utah's Hogle Zoo keepers performed daily training with Eli, a V8-juice-loving orangutan with a five-year streak correctly predicting the Super Bowl.

Government shutdown could devastate recreation industry

09/29/2013 9:21pm
If the government shuts down, many of the nation's favorite recreation spots could be locked up and closed.

Officer-involved shooting in Grantsville

09/29/2013 10:04pm
Emergency dispatch workers confirmed an officer-involved shooting Sunday night on Clark Street.

Utah farmers exporting massive amounts of hay to China

09/29/2013 10:28pm
In the last five years, a new business has exploded in Utah. The Beehive State is exporting enormous amounts of hay to China and raking in tens of millions of dollars a year in the process.