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Advice for preventing, addressing domestic violence

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OGDEN -- A woman who wants to be identified only as Corri is celebrating a new lease she now has on life. Corri, who as been at Your Community Connection since April, has graduated from the shelter

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Pacific Northwest dancer goes out on a limb

Growing up in Everett, Wash., Andrew Bartee had a love-hate relationship with the camping trips his family took to Olympic National Park. Oh sure, the forested


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Local cuisine stacks up against traditional favorites

If you're thinking "culinary destination," you might think of San Francisco's sourdough and seafood, or New Orleans with its shrimp and gumbo. The Top of Utah


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Utah despair: Jell-O can't stop slippery sales slide

NEW YORK — Jell-O has lost its jiggle and nobody knows how to fix it. The dessert was invented more than a century ago and helped popularize a delicacy


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Mudroom makeover goes bold and 'wild'

PLEASANT VIEW — Not all home improvement projects turn out the way you expect. Just ask Amy Baesler about her first mudroom paint job, a bold exercise in


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Study: Engineering uncivil to women

WASHINGTON — Workers with skills in science, engineering, math and technology are among the most in demand and highest paid of any sector. They are seen as


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Cooking competitions heat up summer festivals

Summer fairs and festivals are often the backdrop for cooking contests. It's hard to believe that people will brave the hot weather to cook over even hotter fires


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Antiperspirants may actually make you smell worse

In 1968, a metaphor of the human body emerged in Scientific American that endures to this day. It called the human body an ecosystem. Within this ecosystem, the


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What is causing all these hot flashes?

Going through menopause? You may want to lay off the caffeine. A new Mayo Clinic study found caffeine intake causes more bothersome hot flashes and night sweats in


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Hysterectomy - is it for you?

This year, more than half a million women in the United States will undergo a hysterectomy. Most of those women will have the surgery for excessive bleeding,


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Morgan High grad now a photojournalist in Washington D.C.

WASHINGTON D.C. — She followed President Barack Obama on his campaign trail for re-election. She found herself in an Egyptian prison while covering the


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