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How to cut off financially dependent adult children

09/30/2013 7:34am
It's not uncommon for parents to help out their adult children when they need money, but how can parents best cut off a mooching child?

Questions about new health care law? Navigators can help

09/30/2013 8:04am
The uninsured who are unprepared to figure out where to start with the new health care law Tuesday are getting some help in the form of "navigators."

Boundaries create healthy relationships

09/30/2013 8:49am
This week in LIFEadvice, Coach Kim talks about why good personal boundaries create healthy relationships.

NYC inmate almost as costly as Ivy League tuition

09/30/2013 9:15am
New York is indeed an expensive place, but experts say that alone doesn't explain a recent report that found the city's annual cost per inmate was $167,731 last year _ nearly as much as it costs to pay for four years of tuition at an Ivy League university.

Chinese doctor builds new nose on man's forehead

09/30/2013 9:44am
A surgeon in China says he has constructed an extra nose out of a man's rib cartilage and implanted it under the skin of his forehead to prepare for a transplant in probably the first operation of its kind.

Man sentenced for attempted murder of deputy

09/30/2013 10:03am
A Uintah County man who pleaded guilty to attempted murder for firing 19 shots from an AR-15 rifle at a sheriff's deputy has been sentenced to prison.

Victims of Utah real estate scam get $405,000

09/30/2013 10:43am
The Utah Attorney General's Office has distributed restitution checks totaling over $405,000 to 17 victims of a real estate scam.

A woman's education is not wasted in the home

09/30/2013 10:44am
A mother's implementation of ordinary, daily practices of health and safety make her the central influence in preserving and nurturing life.

A new cry in France: 'Let us work Sundays!'

09/30/2013 11:15am
When economic inequalities helped foment the French Revolution, the legendary cry from on high was, "Let them eat cake!" Now, as modern France struggles economically, the cry from below is, "Let us work!"

Hatch: 'Odds are pretty strong' government shutdown at midnight

09/30/2013 11:58am
A government shutdown looms Monday as congressional Republicans, including Utah's three GOP representatives, continue to push to delay Obamacare.

9 men make accusations against former Boy Scout leader, teacher

09/30/2013 12:16pm
Police say nine more men have made accusations against a former Boy Scout leader and science teacher in Utah charged with possessing child pornography.

Takeaways from week 5 of the Pac-12

09/30/2013 12:47pm
This past weekend the Pac-12 was in full conference play, with all the ranked teams getting big wins. And while most of the games went down without incident, it was USC that stole the headlines as head coach Lane Kiffin was fired.

Court in Amanda Knox trial allows new DNA test

09/30/2013 1:35pm
The Florence appellate court hearing U.S. student Amanda Knox's third trial in her roommate's murder agreed Monday to run additional DNA tests on the presumed weapon, but rejected more than a dozen other defense requests for new testimony or evidence.

Jackson ends Cuba trip without Gross meeting

09/30/2013 2:22pm
The Rev. Jesse Jackson ended a four-day visit to Cuba on Monday without getting to visit a U.S. government development subcontractor who is serving a 15-year sentence in the Caribbean nation.

Syria says it's fighting rebels who eat human hearts

09/30/2013 2:51pm
Syria's foreign minister claimed Monday that his government is fighting a war against al-Qaida-linked militants who eat human hearts and dismember people while they are still alive, then send their limbs to family members.

5 tricks to make a laptop live longer

09/30/2013 3:03pm
A few simple habits can help extend a laptop's life, like keeping it off of beds.

Utahn sets out to tell America's love stories

09/30/2013 4:06pm
After watching marriage relationships around him crumble and having little success himself with dating, Utah native Nate Bagley resolved to seek stories of true love and robust marriages.

Man extradited to Utah in 1995 homicide case

09/30/2013 4:49pm
A man accused in a 1995 cold case homicide made his first appearance in a Utah courtroom Monday.

Utah Jazz players show excitement for season at media day

09/30/2013 5:26pm
Media day is the unofficial start of the new season. The Utah Jazz greeted it with excitement and optimism for the upcoming seasons.

Eagle Mountain boy dead following accidental hanging

09/30/2013 5:31pm
An 11-year-old Eagle Mountain boy died Sunday after accidentally hanging himself on a piece of exercise equipment in his house.

22-year-old charged with possession of child porn

09/30/2013 6:11pm
A Salt Lake man who told police he wanted to be a pediatrician and had been volunteering at Primary Children's Medical Center has been charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.

No problems reported before LA-area jet crash

09/30/2013 7:09pm
No problems were reported before a private jet crashed into a hangar and burst into flames while landing at a Southern California airport, a federal investigator said Monday.

Man finds possible mortar shell while cleaning out garage

09/30/2013 7:29pm
A man cleaning out a family member's home Monday found a mortar- type shell in the garage of the unoccupied house, police said.

Grantsville man shot, killed by officer identified

09/30/2013 8:09pm
A Grantsville man died early Monday from injuries he received when he was shot by police Sunday night.

Girl bakes brownies to earn money for diabetic alert dog

09/30/2013 8:15pm
An 8-year-old girl learned she has Type 1 diabetes, but instead of feeling defeat, she made a goal to raise $15,000 to buy a diabetic alert dog.

How to care for those who grieve

09/30/2013 8:31pm
Changes in our lives that we do not adapt to or fully mourn may negatively affect us by sapping energy and impairing the ability to connect to others. It's important to understand the normal stages of grief and how to effectively get through them.

Man killed in Millcreek motorcycle crash

09/30/2013 8:58pm
A 56-year-old motorcyclist was killed Monday after colliding with a car, police said.

Mascots play football to raise money for charity

09/30/2013 9:10pm
Mascots from the NBA, NFL, Major League Soccer and Utah Universities gathered for a game of football Monday to raise money for charities.

Driver killed in Cache County accident on US 91

09/30/2013 9:29pm
An man was killed Monday when the car he was driving rear-ended a truck on U.S. 91 near the Utah-Idaho border.

Moving company to pay $450K in discrimination settlement

09/30/2013 9:39pm
A moving and storage company will pay $450,000 in what federal regulators say is the largest settlement for a national origin discrimination case in Utah.

What's changing, what's not, in a shutdown

09/30/2013 9:59pm
Campers in national parks are to pull up stakes and leave, some veterans waiting to have disability benefits approved will have to cool their heels even longer, many routine food inspections will be suspended and panda-cams will go dark at the shuttered National Zoo.

31 family Halloween destinations in Utah

09/30/2013 10:03pm
Corn mazes, pumpkin patches and hayrides are fun ways for families to enjoy the Halloween season together. Here are 31 places throughout Utah — one for every day in October — where families can find plenty of fall fun.

5 hikers killed by Colo. rock slide on easy trail

09/30/2013 10:32pm
A rock slide killed five hikers and injured a sixth as it demolished a popular beginners trail below one of Colorado's most photographed mountains, causing so much destruction that rescuers had to wait a day to recover the victims' bodies.

Injured 14-year-old's positive attitude an inspiration to many

09/30/2013 11:15pm
What started as a tragic trampoline accident that left 14-year-old Kollin Galland partially paralyzed with a broken neck has become a source of inspiration for many as they follow Kollin's recovery.

Shutdown orders issued as Congress misses deadline

09/30/2013 11:42pm
For the first time in nearly two decades, the federal government staggered into a partial shutdown early Tuesday morning after congressional Republicans stubbornly demanded changes in the nation's health care law as the price for essential federal funding and President Barack Obama and Democrats adamantly refused.