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How does social media affect teens' emotions?

11/26/2012 7:55am
Pediatricians are keeping a close eye on the possible emotional affects social media can have on teens.

Early-morning crash kills teen

11/26/2012 9:34am
An early morning crash killed a teenager Sunday, according to the Uintah County Sheriff's Department.

FrontRunner South to open on Dec. 8

11/26/2012 1:48pm
Commuters will be able to take FrontRunner to Utah County in the coming weeks.

Florida children discover live grenades in backyard

11/26/2012 2:49pm
Children digging in a Christmas, Florida yard found what appeared to be some type of grenade on Saturday afternoon.

BYU student killed in So. Utah car accident

11/26/2012 3:07pm
A BYU student was killed and another was injured in a traffic accident last week.

Utah has nation's lowest rate of underage drinking

11/26/2012 5:15pm
Utah has the lowest rate of underage drinking in the nation, according to the results of a new study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

U. extends deferment period for students on LDS missions, military service

11/26/2012 5:20pm
The University of Utah announced Monday a new admissions policy to help freshman and transfer students who want to defer enrollment for an extended period of time.

Teen stabbed while trying to help says he'd do things differently

11/26/2012 5:29pm
A teen was stabbed twice after stepping in to help after an armed robber Friday night. Despite his help, the robber got away. Looking back, 19-year old Alex Elsmore said he would have done things differently.

Police shoot woman that led deputies on high-speed chase

11/26/2012 5:43pm
A woman from Grand Junction, Colorado was shot by a deputy after leading officers on a wild chase that ended in Davis County.

Alleged murderer tried to rob victim for Christmas money

11/26/2012 5:54pm
A man arrested for investigation of homicide in Payson was trying to get money for Christmas by robbing his drug dealer, according to a newly released police affidavit.

New air quality alert system sparks controversy

11/26/2012 7:06pm
Tis the season -- for air pollution. State officials are abandoning the old three-color warning system in favor of one they claim will get the word out about bad air earlier.

Utah Dems duke it out for vacant Senate seat

11/26/2012 8:00pm
Another hot Utah political race is on the horizon – an intra-party showdown for one of the few Democratically-held Senate seats in the Legislature.

SUU investigating plagiarism complaints after teacher resigns

11/26/2012 9:05pm
Southern Utah University is investigating its English as a Second Language program after an employee resigned over what she described as widespread plagiarism by students.

Rape victim calls attacker 'pathetic'

11/26/2012 9:37pm
A Carbon County woman used some strong words to describe the man who kicked her apartment door off its hinges in January, held her at knifepoint and raped her.

Husband, daughter questioned in death of Cottonwood Heights woman

11/26/2012 10:29pm
Police are investigating an apparent homicide after a man involved in a traffic accident Monday told police his wife was dead in their home.

Police track down, arrest suspect 3 months after Midvale homicide

11/26/2012 10:30pm
Police made an arrest Monday in connection with the shooting death of a 31-year-old man at a Midvale apartment complex three months ago.

Man jailed after child found inside stranded car

11/26/2012 10:32pm
A Fort Duchesne man is expected to face charges after sheriff's deputies say they found a young child wearing nothing but a diaper inside a vehicle he walked away from after it became stuck on the side of the road.

Cancer or no cancer, couple moves forward with wedding plans

11/26/2012 10:34pm
A 32-year-old woman diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer is not giving up on life. Despite the test result she's been handed, her boyfriend of a year and half decided to commit to her more than ever.

'Revolution:' What would it take to bring down Utah's lights?

11/26/2012 10:36pm
What if the lights suddenly went out? What if there was no electricity? With the fall finale of NBC's "Revolution" airing Monday night, KSL News decided to look into what it would take for all the lights to go dark, who could be behind it, and whether we'd be able to flip the switch back on.

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