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    What can be done to protect “soft targets” from attacks like the one in Manchester

    SALT LAKE CITY — Can anything be done to protect crowds or other “soft targets” from attacks similar to what happened in Manchester?  ABC News crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett joined Brian and Amanda on Utah’s Morning News to look at what is being done, and the key to preventing future attacks. “Terrorists have […]
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    Police: skull found in Spanish Fork could belong to missing woman

    SPANISH FORK — A Spanish Fork man uncovered what he believes is a human skull in his cellar Monday, bones police believe may belong to a woman missing from the area since 1988. Peggy Sue Case lived in the home at 80 North and 800 East with her boyfriend just before her disappearance. Spanish Fork […]
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    Search and rescue crews beg families to be extra cautious around Utah’s rivers

    SALT LAKE CITY — Search and rescue crews are pleading with Utahns to take more care around our rivers and waterways. Salt Lake County Search and Rescue Commander, Wayne Bassman, said the snow melt continues to feed rivers until they are high and fast. And he added, you can’t walk, wade or swim through water […]
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    Mother Nature is playing games

    SALT LAKE CITY — There was snow falling from the sky, and on the ground, earlier this week. KSL TV 5 meteorologist Kevin Eubank was wearing his white snow jacket a few days ago, but not today. He answers the question, ‘Is Spring coming back?’
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    The race is on to fill congressional seat

    SALT LAKE CITY — The big question after Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, announced he’s leaving Congress early is, “Who will replace him?” A lot of people are lining up for a special election or two. Chase Thomas from Alliance for a Better Utah explains what Governor Gary Herbert’s plan means to the voters in the […]
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    Many campgrounds will remain closed over holiday

    KAMAS — Utah’s valleys are warming back up, but in many higher areas, the U.S. Forest Service says campgrounds are still covered in snow. That may make camping over Memorial Day weekend a little tricky this year. The forest service tries to get as many campgrounds open by the holiday weekend as possible, but this […]
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    Rate of Alzheimer’s in Utahns expected to rise dramatically by 2025

    SALT LAKE CITY — Experts predict a huge increase in Utahns diagnosed with Alzheimer’s over the next few years, and warn the burden will mostly fall on taxpayers. As of 2017, about 30 thousand Utahns have been diagnosed with the disease. Ronnie Daniel, the Executive Director of the Alzheimer’s of Utah chapter, said they expect […]
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    Honor for Gobert, snub for Hayward

    SALT LAKE CITY — Not making an all-NBA team could improve the chances that Gordon Hayward will stay with the Utah Jazz. Teammate Rudy Gobert was chosen for the all-NBA 2nd team, which is voted on by a panel of sportscasters and writers. But Hayward was not selected to any of the 3 teams, and that means he can’t sign […]
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    Teen receives recognition for helping save classmate

    HEBER — Last month a 14-year-old girl landed in a coma after binge drinking with an adult. Now, that man is in jail and the boy who called 911 is telling his side of the story. Isaac Cox said he was headed home from shop class at Wasatch High school last April when he saw […]
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    Jon Huntsman, Sr. releases finances for Huntsman Cancer Institute

      SALT LAKE CITY — Jon Huntsman, Sr. says the people and leaders of Utah ought to be thanking him and other donors for the Huntsman Cancer Institute.  The businessman and philanthropist took out a two-page newspaper ad outlining the finances of the institute over the past 22 years.   “We (our family) are the […]

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