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A man arrested in an intense police operation after he allegedly robbed a bank while wearing a fake explosive vest now faces felony charges.
In three years, the mild-mannered founders of Salt Lake Comic Con have become kings of Utah geekdom through their hit comic book and pop culture events and the successful business behind it.
Even as Marc Sessions Jenson was establishing an office and marketing exclusive memberships for proposed ski and golf resort, there was evidence of problems with a major investor.
In his second day testifying in the fraud case against him, Marc Sessions Jenson described the steps he took to ensure potential investors knew of his run-in with Utah state law.
Despite the emotion in his voice, Marc Sessions Jenson spoke clearly Friday as he testified in the fraud case against him, painting the picture of a man being pulled in all directions as his livelihood crumbled...
Jacques Bushman, 12, who died Thursday after falling through the ice at a closed public pool, is remembered as a cheerful and mischievous boy.
A former member of the Southern Utah University rugby club has pleaded guilty to a sexual assault charge.
A 12-year-old boy who fell through the ice at a closed public pool in Magna has died.
A suspected bank robber who fired an officer's gun in a scuffle with police now faces 15 felony charges, including disarming an officer and attempted aggravated murder.
Marc Sessions Jenson, a Salt Lake businessman fighting fraud charges over a failed resort development, will be the one to explain what happened, his attorney said Thursday.