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Out Standing in a Field: What does the future of water look like in Utah?

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What role does snow play in the second driest state in the country? Where exactly will all of this water go as the snow melts? What can we expect in the future as the climate changes and Utah’s population grows?


Local

Family still has questions about homeless man's December death in Weber jail

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Isaura Martinez wonders why her son didn’t call.


Weather

Gusts of up to 55 mph expected in parts of Weber, Davis counties

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Between Friday night and Saturday morning, parts of Weber, Davis and Box Elder counties are expected to see strong winds, with some gusts reaching 55 mph. 


Business

Booked on 25th celebrating Indie Bookstore Day on Saturday

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Bookworms can celebrate their love of independent book stores Saturday at Booked on 25th in Ogden.


Health & Fitness

National Drug Take-Back Day: 12 places to take old medication in Northern Utah

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Have unused or expired medication taking up room on your shelves? Get rid of them Saturday, April 29, 2017, during National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day at these locations in Northern Utah.


Police & Fire

Months after Roy family's horse was fatally shot, police say case has gone cold

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Roy Police Department detective Josh Taylor said multiple tips have produced no significant leads in the death of a 21-year-old quarter horse named Cinnamon.


Business

Stadler Rail train plant boosters lobby for sale of UTA land to Clearfield

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The boosters, and critics, too, addressed the UTA board at its monthly meeting in Salt Lake City.


Police & Fire

Saving money by calling Uber instead of 911 may cost lives, Utah paramedics say

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A veteran paramedic and fire chief says he worries that people with health emergencies might start calling for an Uber ride rather than an ambulance due to high costs.


Government

FEMA will assess Box Elder flood damages in May before doling out money

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Federal relief money is on the way for flood damaged areas in Box Elder and Cache counties, but emergency officials say the allocation process can be lengthy and won’t include compensation for private property owners.


Local

5 stories for Thursday: Harrisville motel shooting; Super Adoption event

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Catch up with the top news out of Northern Utah for Thursday, April 27, 2017.


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