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Utah gets a women's professional soccer team

Real Salt Lake (RSL) owner Dell Loy Hansen announced this morning that they are creating a women’s professional soccer team. The team will be a part of the 10-team National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) and will launch in four months to start playing in the 2018 season. This team will replace FC Kansas City in...
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Bike Friendliness in Provo

PROVO- The Provo mayor wants more people to ride their bikes to work. Advocates like the Provo Bicycle Collective take abandoned bikes and fix them up, making it cheap and easy for people to trade their gasoline-powered vehicles for leg powered two-wheelers.   “We make bikes accessible to people; we make them cheap. There’s a...
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Young woman assaulted near Rock Canyon trail

“After she started up the trail with friends, she decided she would double back and use the restroom before getting too far into her hike and she was confronted by an armed man in the restroom,” said Lieutenant Brian Taylor, Public Information Officer for the Police Department. He had a knife. “That person brandished the knife...
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Utah's "Dirty Soda" War Comes to an End

Provo — It’s one of the biggest debates between soda lovers in Utah: Team Swig or Team Sodalicious. It’s not uncommon to see students on BYU campus walking around with foam cups from Sodalicious or Swig, and customers to both shops are die hard fans of both brands. But the rivalry went beyond customers when Swig...
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Former UHP Trooper Overcomes Career Ending Accident

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Homelessness in Provo Canyon

PROVO – An increase of people living along the Provo River is causing safety concerns, according to the Utah County Sheriff’s Department. When police pushed the homeless population out of the Pioneer Park area in downtown Salt Lake City, some migrated to Provo Canyon and built shelters. “Within these camps that you find in the...
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Two Sisters Teaching New, High Energy Workout

Staying motivated to be fit isn’t always easy, but the right workout and instructors make all the difference. A new workout taught by two sisters in Salt Lake is focusing on high energy. It’s a workout craze that’s redefining fitness. It’s called High Fitness, and since 2013, people like sisters Amy Johnson and Shawna Wilson...
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The Millennial Vote

Although millennials might have a strong political presence on social media, statistics are showing a different story at the polls on Election Day. Only 57 percent of the eligible voter population cast ballots in 2016. United Utah Party Chair said these statistics are not new to him. “The least involved in voting is the under...
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Faith Helping Family Cope in Death of University of Utah Student

ChenWei Guo, an international student studying computer science at the University of Utah, was killed last week when someone tried to carjack him. Friends and family gathered at a memorial on Monday to remember him. They are relying on their faith to get through this difficult time. Friends remember ChenWei Guo as a good and happy...
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Utah mayoral election results come in

Utah saw several historic races during the latest rounds of mayoral elections. In Provo, Michele Kaufusi beat Sherrie Hall Everett by a little over 1200 votes, according to the Utah County Clerk’s office. She is the first woman in Provo to run and win. In another historic race for women, Julie Fullmer won the Vineyard...
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