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State & Regional
4:05 pm
Wed August 13, 2014

The Mountain Life - August 13, 2014

Lynn started today's show with a conversation about concussions with Chris Nowinski, author of Head Games - Football's Concussion Crisis. They discussed the potentially serious injury a concussion can be, especially for young people involved in sports. Lynn also spoke with Dr. Craig Bryan, a University Of Utah professor of Psychology who specializes in depression and suicide. With all the discussion in the wake of the loss of Robin Williams, it's a good time to remember all the resources available that can help those who struggle with such a condition.

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Local Deaths
3:39 pm
Wed June 4, 2014

Summit's Suicide Rate Low Despite Recent Cluster

Summit County has seen a rash of suicides lately, and there's no clear answer why. But there is help available, through agencies like Valley Behavioral Health. Rick Brough has more. 

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Suicide
7:00 pm
Tue May 27, 2014

Another Suicide In Summit County

A suicide was reported Monday night near Summit Park. The case was handled by Salt Lake County officers, since the victim's body was found, just to the west of the county line. Rick Brough has more.

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Wanship
5:18 pm
Fri May 23, 2014

Suicide In Wanship Takes A Toll On The Town

A Wanship resident was found dead, an apparent suicide, Thursday afternoon near the Weber River. Rick Brough has more.

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Second Suicide
4:16 pm
Fri April 18, 2014

Another Death Marks Weber Canyon

Summit County Sheriff deputies responded to the report of an Oakley resident who shot himself late Thursday afternoon. Rick Brough has more.

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Tragic Ending
4:34 pm
Mon December 30, 2013

Former Police Officer Commits Suicide

A former Park City Police Officer Robert Lucking was found dead Monday morning in Salt Lake City, an apparent suicide, just hours before he was due to be sentenced for the theft from the Fraternal Order of Police, and for mishandling money from Park City police's evidence room. Rick Brough has more.

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