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Salomé Moynot

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Salomé Moynot is from Paris, France. She moved to the U.S in the summer of 2014 to study at Southern Utah University. She fell in love with radio while hosting a show in college called "The French Hour" on Thunder 91.1 in Cedar City. After getting her degree in Communications she moved to Salt Lake and joined KUER as a weekend host and, more recently, as a news intern. In her free time, she loves to watch cheesy romantic comedies and complain about the food she misses from France. 

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Tracy Aviary's Cooper Farr is standing in front of Liberty Park pond. It's mostly empty and only a few birds are hanging out, but Farr, a conservation scientist, has no trouble naming them.

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New estimates show that Utah’s population grew by nearly 60,000 people between July 2016 and July 2017.

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Utah has broken another record for liquor sales this Thanksgiving.

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Thanksgiving weekend is usually one of the year’s busiest travel days and this year is no exception. UDOT, the Utah Department of Transportation, is expecting a 25 percent increase from a normal day on Tuesday and Wednesday this week. 

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Sen. Orrin Hatch and Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown got into an angry exchange Thursday night after Brown accused Republicans of protecting the rich in their new tax plan.

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Farmers and ranchers from across the state are gathering for the annual Utah Farm Bureau convention this week in Layton.

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Provo will make history on Tuesday when voters elect their first female mayor since the city's founding 167 years ago. Sherrie Hall Everett, co-vice chair of the Utah Transit Authority, will face Michelle Kaufusi, a Provo School Board member, in the race to replace John Curtis, who's running for Congress. 

A proposal to turn a historic site in Salt Lake into multi-story housing has triggered pushback in the community.

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Experts and organization leaders gathered this week to talk about homeless services at the 14th annual Homelessness Summit in downtown Salt Lake. One of the main topics included trauma among homeless individuals.

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Salt Lake City Council has officially declared the second Monday of October, also known as Columbus Day, as Indigenous Peoples' Day.