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Lye in tea? Counties target food handler's permits

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OGDEN — A regulatory structure underpins the preparation and serving of food in Utah restaurants — a system that is meant to help prevent lye-in-your-tea and other accidental

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Prevent tragedies in the water by knowing swimming safety tips

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Drowsy driving a killer in Utah

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Milan signs Van Ginkel but Biabiany move collapses

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Tesla Motors dealing as states play factory poker

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Let your children play football

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Wear this device so the boss knows you're losing weight

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