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The defense team for a man shot and killed in federal court Monday had tried to prevent the witness whom their client attacked from testifying during the trial, saying he had a "personal bias" against Siala Angilau.
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Amazon snares classic shows in deal with HBO

Fans of classic HBO shows like "The Sopranos" and "The Wire" will soon have access to those series and more through Amazon Prime in the first online streaming deal signed by the cable network.
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Juvenile in critical condition after crashing into home, police say

Natalie Crofts   |  posted 54 minutes ago
A juvenile male is in critical condition after veering off a road and crashing into a home Tuesday, police said. The car came to a stop in the home's living room.
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8 tips for 8 weeks of Half Ironman training

Bryn Bingham, Contributor   |  posted Apr 23rd - 11:31am
This article is following the story of twin sisters going from novice to Half Ironman competitors with just 10 weeks of training. Learn about their progression, training tips, and things they have learned along the way.
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Boy with rare muscle disorder becomes Iron Man for a day

Tracie Snowder   |  posted Apr 23rd - 11:09am
An 8-year-old with a rare muscle disorder became Iron Man for a day, complete with the suit and flying skills, thanks to the Make-A- Wish foundation.
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5 things that may trigger an insurance upgrade

Rolayne Fairclough, Contributor   |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:57am
Renovations and upgrades often increase the value of a home. Here are five things that might trigger an insurance upgrade. Make sure your home is covered every step of the way.
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Product review of 4 baby video monitors

Grant Olsen, Contributor   |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:41am
Baby monitor technology has advanced dramatically over the past decade. This review provides information on multiple monitors to help parents learn more about what options are available.
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Utah runner who led Boston Marathon for a time shares his story

Arianne Brown, Contributor   |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:26am
Utah runner Seth Wold found himself leading the Boston Marathon for the first 2.5 miles, making many spectators wonder who he was. When he faded back, finishing in 927th place, it left even more wondering why he did what he did. Here is his story.
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FBI seeks victims of 'prolific' international child predator

CNN   |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:09am
An alleged child predator who taught at schools across the world for more than four decades may have more victims, and the FBI is trying to track them down, the agency's Houston bureau said Tuesday.
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Boiling over for Boylen as new Jazz coach

Patrick Kinahan, Contributor   |  posted Apr 23rd - 9:48am
In the market for a head coach, the Jazz reportedly are interested in San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Jim Boylen, among others. Given his history and lack of success at the University of Utah, Boylen certainly would be a controversial choice.
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Overflowing canal, power outages follow storm

Whitney Evans   |  posted Apr 23rd - 9:48am
Thousands of people along the Wasatch Front were without power Wednesday morning, and crews scrambled to fix an overflowing canal after a storm hit Northern Utah Tuesday.
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Lawsuit needed to access records of alleged jail sexual assault

Marjorie Cortez   |  posted Apr 23rd - 9:35am
A man seeking records of a sexual assault that allegedly occurred while he was incarcerated in the Salt Lake County Jail cannot access them under the state open records law, the Salt County Council was advised Tuesday.
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Shurtleff a suspected 'spy' for wealthy defendant, report says

Dennis Romboy   |  posted Apr 23rd - 9:22am
How former Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff handled the prosecution of a wealthy Salt Lake businessman had attorneys in his office wondering if he was a "spy" in the case, according to a report released Tuesday.
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Thief in the night: Stealing in a digital age

In the past, thieves often had to confront people or put themselves in physical danger in order to steal. But today they can do it in their pajamas.
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Batteries in junk drawer started house fire, homeowner says

Bill Gephardt   |  posted Apr 23rd - 9:03am
Who would have thought that those batteries rolling around in your kitchen junk drawer might burn your house down? It happened to a Colorado family, and that wasn't the first time.
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Fundraiser set up for family of toddler accidentally shot by sister

Pat Reavy   |  posted Apr 23rd - 8:53am
A fundraiser has been set up to help a Cache County family of a 2-year-old boy who was accidentally shot and killed last weekend by his 3-year-old sister.
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Student government OKs changing U's fight song

Morgan Jacobsen   |  posted Apr 23rd - 8:23am
Student legislators at the University of Utah voted Tuesday to change controversial wording in the school's fight song, "Utah Man."
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3 children may be responsible for playground fire, police say

Robynn Garfield   |  posted Apr 23rd - 8:14am
Three young children started a small fire that quickly engulfed play equipment at a school park, police said.
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Powell family disputes court brief over life insurance

Pat Reavy   |  posted Apr 23rd - 7:55am
Josh Powell's sister and mother have fired back at Susan Cox Powell's father in the ongoing battle over life insurance money.
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Police rescue 10 people from burning home

Shara Park   |  posted Apr 23rd - 7:35am
West Valley City police officers rescued 10 people from a house fire early Wednesday morning.
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Wind causes accidents, injuries and outages

Amanda Taylor and Morgan Jacobsen   |  posted Apr 22nd - 11:33pm
Strong winds Tuesday afternoon caused injuries and damage to power lines, trees and other structures along the Wasatch Front.
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Utah Air Force Reservists return home from Korea

Devon Dolan   |  posted Apr 22nd - 11:01pm
More than 130 airmen from the 388th Fighter Wing and Air Force Reserve 419th Fighter Wing were welcomed home by friends and family Tuesday.
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University of Utah nurse sorry for racist comment

Alex Cabrero   |  posted Apr 22nd - 10:32pm
All it took was five words. Five words that Todd Shrum knows he can't take back.
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In the workplace, confidence results in promotions for those who ask

Amanda Taylor   |  posted Apr 22nd - 9:34pm
Using a compelling data set, journalists Katty Kay and Claire Shipman argue in The Atlantic that women don't ask for raises, promotions or the like because they don't think they deserve it. Men, they said, attribute their own success to themse
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Mother starts support group after daughter dies by suicide

Natalie Crofts   |  posted Apr 22nd - 9:07pm
After May Bradley lost her daughter to suicide, she found comfort in sharing her story and hearing the experiences of others in a peer-led support group. Now, she has started the first peer-led group in Salt Lake City.
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