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Schools, foundation team up to 'boot out bullying'

03/25/2013 9:16am
The Salt Lake City School District is teaming up with the SafeToTalk Foundation to set up an anonymous tip line at schools and you can help out.

Ask a Cop: Are cops crazy?

03/25/2013 9:30am
Have you ever wanted to ask a cop a question but were too scared or had warrants? Well now you can through the safety of the Internet. Today Officer Anonymous tackles the mental health of officers.

83 percent of Great Salt Lake Council leaders want BSA sexual orientation policy to remain

03/25/2013 11:28am
Over 80 percent of leaders and parents in the Great Salt Lake Council of the Boy Scouts of America would like the current sexual orientation policy for Scouts to remain the same.

Man involved in neighborhood shooting asks for new trial

03/25/2013 2:28pm
Reggie Campos' attorney made a plea before the Utah Court of Appeals Monday for a new trial for his client.

Salem homicide highlights domestic violence problem in Utah

03/25/2013 6:21pm
Police arrested a Salem man for murdering his wife over the weekend. The alleged crime has domestic violence counselors trying to raise awareness about the issue and what can be done about it.

Student creates program to discourage cyber bullying among classmates

03/25/2013 7:09pm
A sixth grade student in American Fork has developed a program with the idea to stop cyber bullying and to provide a place where other students can feel safe online.

Passover a day of remembrance for Utah Holocaust survivor

03/25/2013 7:32pm
The Jewish holiday of Passover begins Monday at sundown and lasts for the next eight days. Before observances begin, many families participate in a ceremony of preparation.

Carbon High in 2nd place for nation's best mascot contest

03/25/2013 8:04pm
Carbon High School has reached the final round of USA Today's Best Mascot contest, and it's been able to forge a special friendship with the school currently in first place.

Hatch, fellow senators petition to end gray wolves' protected status

03/25/2013 8:31pm
Led by Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, 72 senators and representatives formally asked the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Monday to delist the gray wolf from the Endangered Species Act.

Utah couple pays off $25K of debt in one year by cutting back

03/25/2013 9:03pm
Trevor and Katie Pierson say they've been raking in the dough these past two years.

Redford to speak at Westminster commencement

03/25/2013 9:32pm
Actor and filmmaker Robert Redford is set to speak at the Westminster College commencement ceremony in June.

Pet deer attacks fisherman in northern Utah

03/25/2013 10:30pm
Wildlife officials say a deer that attacked a Weber River fisherman last month was territorial and did not fear people because it had been raised as a pet.

West Jordan man killed on Corona Arch rope swing

03/25/2013 10:57pm
A West Jordan man was killed Sunday while attempting to swing from a large natural arch that has gained widespread notoriety from a YouTube video.

Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage could affect Utah laws

03/25/2013 10:59pm
With the renewed campaigns for legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide, several Utah laws could be affected by new Supreme Court rulings and many Utahns rallied on Monday to show support for laws banning gay marriage.

Police: Man charged with sexual abuse may have been a predator for 20 years

03/25/2013 11:01pm
Salt Lake police believe a man currently accused of molesting young boys may have been committing similar crimes for 20 years.

Photo of Chili's waitress fixing Utah child's 'broken' cheeseburger goes viral

03/25/2013 11:09pm
Employees at the Chili's Grill and Bar restaurant in Midvale made a little girl's day when they fixed her "broken cheeseburger."

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