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We're all on fire!



Today's TV noon news was filled with fire, as both KUTV and KSL lead with the news of Utah's raging wildfires. --- But talk about different approaches! 

KUTV's news segment about the wildfires was captioned simply, "Utah Wildfires." 

KSL chose the more incendiary "World on Fire!"

Note to KSL: I know that Utah sometimes seems like it's the world. It ain't. The world is not on fire. Just Zion.