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Remember the children's song and story "There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly?" Odds are kindergartners at Parley's Park Elementary School have it committed to memory after the story became the launching point for a technology lesson in their classroom Thursday.

Starting in kindergarten, Park City schoolchildren learn computer coding under unique initiative | KSL.com

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A man riding on a double decker bus on the Las Vegas Strip pulled a gun and started shooting, killing one person and wounding another before barricading himself inside in a standoff that lasted hours before he finally surrendered.

Vegas strip reopens after gunman surrender, fatal shooting | KSL.com

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Republican Gov. Gary Herbert signed the legislation Saturday despite physicians saying there's little evidence or science to back up that idea. Proponents of the idea say doctors can give a woman the hormone progesterone to stop an abortion after she has taken the first of two medications needed to complete the abortion.

Herbert signs abortion-halting legislation | KSL.com

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"(W)hen children of color go missing, authorities often assume they are runaways rather than victims of abduction," the Congressional Black Caucus wrote in a letter, calling for an investigation. Attorney General Sessions was briefed on the issue Friday, Justice Department spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores said.

Missing black girls in DC spark outrage, prompt calls for federal help | KSL.com

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Yesterday, House Republicans pulled the GOP plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act from the House floor. How did you react to the news?
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Sister Linda K. Burton, Relief Society General President, started off her talk by thanking the audience for their efforts in the “I Was a Stranger” campaign.

LDS General Conference blog: Women's session | KSL.com

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EXCLUSIVE: A Weber County couple is in jail tonight accused of abusing their three young sons. News specialist Geoff Liesik spoke with police about this case and has the details.
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A Louisiana jury on Friday found a law enforcement officer guilty of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old autistic boy following a vehicle pursuit in 2015.

Louisiana jury finds officer guilty in fatal shooting of 6-year-old

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“And so it’s a very nice architectural, spiritual addition to the cosmopolitan city already,” said Elder De Feo of the Rome Temple in a recent interview with the Deseret News. “The temple will add even more to the city.”

Rome's newest resident: Angel Moroni statue placed atop LDS temple in Italy

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A Salt Lake City police officer was legally justified when he shot a man during a foot chase, the Salt Lake County District Attorney's Office announced Friday.

Police shooting in SLC foot chase ruled justified | KSL.com

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A benefit concert to support Kurt Cochran's family was held last night in Salt Lake City. Cochran was among those killed in Wednesday's attack in London. Cochran's wife was also critically injured. The concert took place at the Acoustic Space in Salt Lake City, and the band 'Dealin' Dirt' performed to a packed house. News Specialist Caitlin Burchill has more on this story.
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Sen. Bernie Sanders and President Donald Trump seem to agree on one thing when it comes to the failure of the GOP health care bill: Blame the Democrats.

Bernie Sanders: Dems should get credit for killing AHCA | KSL.com

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Preston Barlow pleaded guilty to a food stamp fraud charge during a brief hearing in Salt Lake City. The agreement dismisses money laundering and conspiracy charges and allows Barlow to avoid prison time.

FLDS man in food stamp fraud case sentenced to $25 fee, training | KSL.com

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“You’re witnessing history. Really, this is revolutionary what you’re going to see,” Gibby said when I met him in his office at Riverwoods Imaging in Provo.

Provo doctors use hologram imaging to change the way surgeons operate | KSL.com

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Rep. Devin Nunes told reporters Friday he can't be sure whether conversations among Trump or his aides were captured in the surveillance that has become a source of controversy since Nunes made it public in two news conferences this week.

Nunes backs down from explosive claim Trump was monitored

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Teachers in the Jordan School District are about to get a raise. The district plans to put $10 million toward teacher salaries each year and says it already has the money to make it work for the next several years.

Higher teacher salaries coming to Jordan School District | KSL.com

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"It's kind of tough for people to find housing,” Sakrison said. "The city has been actively pursuing affordable housing. We've got a couple of projects online and, hopefully, that's going to ease up the housing situation.”

Road to Understanding: Housing prices, crowds a problem for Moab | KSL.com

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Utah's representatives expressed frustration at Republican leaders' abrupt decision to pull their rewrite of the nation's health care law from the House floor on Friday.

Utah House delegation frustrated by no vote on health care, signals reluctance to try again | KSL.com

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Being given the opportunity to — and being entrusted with a dog, to train and to work with other people, it makes you feel good, and it makes you see that you can be given another opportunity."

How these prison dogs and inmates are changing veterans’ lives

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Some students at Utah Valley University are at odds with the school's choice in toilet paper. They say it's way too thin and harsh, so they're asking facilities managers there to bring in some two-ply.

UVU students upset about school's toilet paper | KSL.com

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