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    Bluffdale students raise money for Houston students

    BLUFFDALE, Utah –An idea to help Hurricane Harvey victims grew into the entire student body of Bluffdale Elementary School working to help.   On Friday, hundreds of students packed the gym at Bluffdale Elementary to FaceTime their new friends at Moore Elementary in Houston. The school was destroyed by Hurricane Harvey.   Bluffdale presented them […]
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    Audit: Western Governor’s University should pay back financial aid money

    UTAH — A distance education university may have to back several years worth of federal aid after a recent audit found the money was used improperly. The question comes down to title ix financial aid eligibility. The report from the Department of Education’s Office of Inspector General claims Western General University (WGU) doesn’t qualify for […]
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    BYU starts selling caffeinated soda on campus

    PROVO, Utah– Brigham Young University is now selling caffeinated soda for the first time in more than 50 years on campus.   It announced the decision here,along with a Q&A.     Listen below for some of the reactions.
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    State School Board hears comment on middle school core requirements

    SALT LAKE CITY — A standing-room-only crowd packed the offices of the State Board of Education Wednesday night to speak out on a recently passed state board rule that drops the arts, health, physical education, digital education and college and career readiness as core requirements for seventh- and eighth-graders. Speakers who addressed a quorum of […]
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    Juvenile justice officials offer guidelines for when school officers should act

    SALT LAKE CITY— Juvenile justice officials are working to clarify when and where school resource officers are supposed to step in and enforce law. During a Tuesday meeting of the Legislature’s Executive Offices and Criminal Justice Appropriations Subcommittee, members of the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice and the Division of Juvenile Justice Services described […]
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    Ben Shapiro coming to U of U after Berkeley speech causes protests

    The University of Utah is preparing for a speech by conservative author Ben Shapiro this September. University spokesman Chris Nelson is part of a team in Berkeley on Thursday seeing how campus handles the speech there. “How the police react, how their administration handles it. We are hoping to see how they ensure the physical […]
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    Reasons to Hope: Part two, Crisis

    This week we in the KSL family are addressing suicide with stories on the radio on TV and online. In a crisis, people may not know where to turn. But there is help and hope available.  KSL Newsradio’s Mary Richards has part two of our special series, “Reasons to Hope.” Wednesday morning in Part 3, […]
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    Roy High teacher on leave over quiz on students’ experience with sex, drugs

    ROY, Utah — A Roy high school teacher has been placed on administrative leave after handing students a survey that asked them about sex and drug use.   According to a parent who posted the survey on social media, the teacher told students to fill it out, with their names on it, and to score […]
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    Reasons to Hope: Part One, Attempt Survivors

      This is suicide prevention week, and here at KSL we are bringing you stories of hope, resilience, resources and recovery. On average, two Utahns die by suicide every day. 12 more are treated for attempts. No one knows exactly why the numbers are so high in our state, but these two Utahns in this […]
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    Two Provo women save a life with Heimlich Manuever

    PROVO, UTAH — Two Provo School District employees say they are not heroes; they were just in the right place at the right time when they saved a woman who was choking this week at lunch. Tina Fluehe and Juliana Marsh were eating lunch at Molly’s in Provo on Tuesday, when they saw an older […]