Emiley Morgan
Emiley Morgan is a legal affairs reporter for the Deseret News. She worked in the Features department before joining the News Division in 2009. Before her time at the Deseret News, she worked as a reporter and editor for BYU's Daily Universe. Emiley grew up in Greeley, Colo., and attended BYU, where she graduated with a degree in Communications: Print Journalism in 2009. During her time at BYU, she studied Italian in Rome and Turin, participated in a foreign correspondent's training in Prague and worked as an intern in the Scottish Parliament. She currently resides in Salt Lake City with her husband.

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About 2,000 people are expected to walk Saturday in Salt Lake City’s “Out of Darkness” event, put on by the Utah chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, to remember those lo...
A Bluffdale couple had a national "trend" arrive on their doorstep Sunday night, in the form of several police officers. An anonymous caller reported a bogus murder and hostage situation at their home, promptin...
Prosecutors have filed notice that they intend to seek the death penalty against Steven Crutcher, 33, who is accused of killing his cellmate in prison.
Three LDS missionaries, including two from Utah, died continents apart this weekend. Sister Nancy Vea, of West Jordan, died Saturday and two elders from Springville and Taiwan died in their apartment.
After deliberating for about eight hours, a jury found a Salem man guilty of murder Friday night in the shooting death of his wife.
Prosecutors said there were "no winners" after a Tooele woman whose 2-year-old son died after drinking methadone was sentenced to prison. Jill Goff, 33, was ordered to serve one to 15 years in prison for child ...
A fatal stabbing that left Joaquin Gonzalez dead and Harlin Ramos facing murder charges started as a simple misunderstanding, witnesses said. A judge heard evidence against Ramos on Tuesday.
Utah asked the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals for more time Monday to file its appeal in a same-sex marriage recognition case. They are asking that the deadline be extended from Sept. 22 to Oct. 22.
People gathered Monday to demand answers and transparency from police regarding the shooting of Dillon Taylor, who was killed last week in a confrontation with police.
A man was killed Saturday after falling from the roof of a moving car. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence.