Pedestrian critically injured by auto in Ogden

A 67-year-old woman was critically injured by a car that hit her while she was crossing a street in Odgen Wednesday evening. Read more »

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Why you must teach your children about money

Today’s tykes are affected by a consumerism-drenched culture, and keeping up with the junior Joneses is a battle that gets more fraught every year. Read more »

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Settlement in dog shooting case reached, then rejected

As an internal Salt Lake police investigation into the fatal shooting of a dog continues, another controversy has erupted over a possible settlement in the case. Read more »

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LDS Church continues to grow in Cambodia

While celebrating the organization of the first two stakes in Cambodia, former missionaries share stories of church growth in this unique country in southeast Asia. Read more »

Faith

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National Edition

QUIZ: What movie family do you belong in?

Families are always portrayed in movies, but which one do you fit into best? Read more »

Family

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GOP: Lois Lerner's IRS emails show bias against conservatives

Newly released emails show the former IRS official Lois Lerner referring to some right-wing Republicans as "crazies" and more, a revelation that is fueling GOP claims of a political conspiracy at... Read more »

Swallow, Shurtleff case may spark — or squelch — election interest

The prosecution of former Republican attorneys general John Swallow and Mark Shurtleff is getting plenty of attention that could have an affect on the November elections for better or worse. Read more »

Utah

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National Edition

The rise of social entrepreneurship: How some startups are set to change the world

The next big thing in world development may not come from government or NGOs – entrepreneurs with big ideas aim to revolutionize social good. Read more »

National Edition

Many families don't realize they are overweight. Here is how to fix that

One of the reasons rates of childhood obesity are so high in the United States might be because children and parents don't recognize the kids are overweight. Read more »

Family

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National Edition

First Facebook, now OKCupid. Is 2014 the year of creepy online experiments?

Last month, Facebook was criticized for manipulating the site's algorithm to gauge user emotional response. Now, dating site OKCupid has admitted to mismatching couples on purpose. Read more »

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National Edition

The IRS agrees to investigate churches that preach politics after settling with atheist lobbying group

A recent IRS settlement with the Freedom from Religion Foundation, an atheist lobbying group, has the tax agency pledging to investigate religious groups and pastors who preach politics from the... Read more »

Faith

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National Edition

Why news outlets should examine 'breaking news'

It's been called everything from excessive to 'laughably overused,' but news outlets continue to use the term 'breaking news.' Should they stop? Read more »

Utah

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