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Police dogs help nose out potentially dangerous explosives along UTA routes
Laura Seitz, Deseret News
The Utah Transit Authority employs two trained police dogs to help detect potentially dangerous explosives on its many platforms, stations, trains and buses.
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Police dogs help nose out potentially dangerous explosives along UTA routes
Laura Seitz, Deseret News
The Utah Transit Authority employs two trained police dogs to help detect potentially dangerous explosives on its many platforms, stations, trains and buses.
Fed decisions on interest rates and monetary policy a signal of economic confidence, local analyst says
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