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Utah dad uses artistic talent, over 900 lunch sack doodles to express love

Garth Bruner has learned that he can use his artistic talent to let his children know he loves them every day.

Two 7th-graders help classmate with cerebral palsy participate in mini triathlon

Aiden Rose can't run, bike or swim, but he finished a triathlon Tuesday morning with the help of some friends. Read more »

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Children's museum offers free admission for food donation

Discovery Gateway on Wednesday encouraged families to give back to the community on the day before Thanksgiving by accepting donations for the Utah Food Bank in exchange for museum admission. Read more »

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Utah family's adoption of Ethiopian girl gives her more than a family

A Utah family's adoption of an Ethiopian child gives her access to unique medical care and a chance at a longer life. Read more »

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Free HIV testing at Utah County Health Department next week

In honor of World AIDS Day on Monday, Dec. 1, the Utah County Health Department will be offering free testing for HIV Dec 1-5. Read more »

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The Clean Cut: Warner Bros. releases live-action 'Pan' trailer

The classic play "Peter Pan" written in 1904 and the novel "Peter and Wendy" written in 1911 by J.M. Barrie has been recreated several times throughout the past 100 years. Read more »

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Motherhood Matters: Do you want your child to be cool, popular?

Please don’t encourage your child to be cool and popular for popularity's sake. Read more »

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Eddie Redmayne shines in charming, heartbreaking 'Theory of Everything'

The best part of "The Theory of Everything" is actor Eddie Redmayne, who manages such delicacy in Stephen Hawking’s transition from gangly youth to the wheelchair-bound figure we recognize... Read more »

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Surprising 'Penguins of Madagascar' entertains with madcap fun

If your kids aren’t old enough for the post-apocalyptic place holder that is the new Hunger Games movie, or the grandiosity of Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar,”... Read more »

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Children in foster care need this one thing to succeed

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When life in the family of birth isn't working out, foster can provide safety and more. But it often doesn't provide everything a child needs. That's where community comes in. Read more »

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A festive family holiday pasta bar

Here are some fun, festive holiday food banquet ideas using pasta including recommendations for prep work, menu planning and serving. Read more »

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Amy Choate-Nielsen: Searching for ancestors can be complex and frustrating — especially at 3 a.m.

My frenzied search for my great-great-great grandmother proved fruitless — but I found an interesting story about her son. Read more »

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15 picture books for gift-giving

Here are 15 suggested recent titles that can delight the lover of classics, those who appreciate unique art, the aficionado of ABC and number books and readers who enjoy sharing stories with children. Read more »

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MST3K ‘Turkey Day Collection’ leads movies on DVD this week

The “Mystery Science Theater 3000” guys take aim at horror movies, a jungle picture and Lassie in a new DVD set released this week. Read more »

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African-American family stories: How Thanksgiving gatherings help me relive family history

The Thanksgiving family stories that I heard throughout my youth are a wonderful reflection of the African-American oral tradition. They allow me to relive my family history with current relatives... Read more »

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'Twas the night before Thanksgiving: Taylor Family Clam Dip

It's safe to say most everything baked with cream cheese and bread is a home run. Inside of a bread bowl with lemon juice, clam bits and scallions? Sign. Me. Up. Read more »

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Family appreciation letters: A Thanksgiving tradition

My father started a new family tradition with his adult children: write a one-page appreciation letter to two of your siblings or their spouses and share them on Thanksgiving. We set sarcasm aside... Read more »

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It's not about the grub: What Thanksgiving means

When you focus on the prescribed food, Thanksgiving may seem pointless. But when you focus on your blessings, family and memories, Thanksgiving becomes your own. Read more »

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Linda & Richard Eyre: Make Thanksgiving last all year

This week, as we celebrate the wonderful, family-gathering holiday of Thanksgiving, let's try to think a little more about how we can make gratitude a more consistent staple of our... Read more »

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American Fork High School Marching Band ready for Thanksgiving Day broadcast

The 230 musicians in the American Fork High School Marching Band are headed to the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade for a second time. Read more »

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10 million views in 10 days: Behind the scenes of the viral video from 'Studio C'

Rocketing from 1 million views in five hours to 3 million views in under 48 hours and now 10 million views in 10 days, the latest video from BYUtv's sketch comedy group "Studio C" has gone viral on... Read more »

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In Ferguson, will peaceful protests be more effective?

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Michael Brown's family released a statement Monday after the grand jury's ruling didn't indict the officer who killed Brown this summer. Should protesters listen to his family? Read more »

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Review: 'Smash Bros.' makes brutality adorable

Every few years, Nintendo rounds up its most popular characters, like Mario, Donkey Kong and Pikachu, and has them beat the daylights out of each other. It's not exactly blood sport — there... Read more »

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The No. 1 cause of divorce may not be what you think

I’m convinced the No. 1 cause of divorce is not adultery, financial problems or irreconcilable difference. Those are most often symptoms of a deeper problem. Read more »

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Working on Thanksgiving Day? Here's why most people don't want you to

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Stores that stay open on the holiday may make more money, but it can come at the expense of their employees getting a day off. Read more »

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Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?

It takes more than having a 72-hour kit, a supply of barely edible food in the basement and an escape plan to the hills to be self-sufficient. One has to have the financial and educational resources to make self-reliance true... Read more »

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