Jacob Hancock
Jacob Hancock, a recent crime, city and features reporter for Deseret News, now manages writing coaches and editors for Deseret Digital Media’s deseretconnect.com. Jacob got his start in the media industry during high school where operated TV cameras for KULC 9, KUED 7, ESPN and KSL 5 in Salt lake City. After graduating Los Angeles City College magna cum laude, he graduated from Brigham Young University with honors and started reporting for the Deseret News.

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Kohl's Department Stores has partnered with the 40-plus-year-old children's book series about little Emily Elizabeth and her pet, Clifford, to raise money for kids' heath and education initiatives.
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