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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Meagan Grunwald, 17, has been charged as an adult in a crime spree that left one Utah County deputy dead and another seriously injured. She will face two fewer counts as she heads into a hearing on the evidence...
A former Unified police officer charged with faking DUI reports and illegally collecting thousands of dollars in overtime entered guilty pleas Monday.
Attorneys for a man accused of planning a mass shooting in Salt Lake City are asking for more information about whether a broken plea deal was the result of pressure from police and officials at City Creek Cent...
A Payson man and his two sons were rescued from Sandthrax Canyon Saturday, where they had been stranded since Wednesday. The children survived on little water and a single granola bar after their father became ...
A fire at a home in Payson Saturday caused $80,000 in damage and displaced a family of five living in the home.
Around 900 students, spanning 6th to 12th grade, made up 74 teams who competed in the Utah Science Olympiad Saturday as they tested their knowledge and skill in 23 events. The events encompassed science, techno...
Jose Leyva-Padilla, charged in 2010 in connection with the 1994 death of Richard Leetham, 35, was sentenced to prison Tuesday.
All charges have been dismissed against a Cedar City man accused of sexually abusing three girls living at a home for troubled teens after it was discovered that several of the alleged victims lied.
Former Riverton High teacher Courtney Jarrell, 23, was sentenced to probation, fines and community service Tuesday after a judge "struggled mightily" with the appropriate sentence for the teacher who became sex...
Members of the media and mental health professionals met together Monday to discuss how they can work together to help bring hope, information and resources to those in crisis.