Dennis Romboy
Dennis Romboy is a reporter for Deseret News where for the past 20 years he has covered a variety of beats including state and local government, human services and the 2002 Olympics. He spent six years as a special projects reporter writing in-depth stories on social problems such drug addiction and child abuse. He has also worked as an assistant city editor. His current assignment includes federal courts, immigration issues and the Utah Legislature. Romboy was born in Salt Lake City and graduated from the University of Utah in 1989. He previously worked at the Standard-Examiner in Ogden. He has won numerous local and national awards for his writing. He enjoys running, snowboarding and crossword puzzles.

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State officials say they're ready for the seemingly remote possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court would let lower court decisions allowing same-sex marriage to stand.
The U.S. Supreme Court will start considering Monday the cases it will take in its upcoming session, including the challenge to Utah's ban on same-sex marriage.
A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit Tuesday that demanded Alta Ski Resort allow snowboarders on its slopes.
It could cost as much as $451 million to put a personal computer in the hands of every Utah public school student and teacher, and state lawmakers could raise taxes to help pay for it.
Republican Rep. Rob Bishop and Democratic challenger Donna McAleer will square off Tuesday in the Utah Debate Commission's first prime-time debate, which won't include third-party candidates.
At age 97, Colin Delahunty admits his memory is fading on some of the details of those World War II days that changed his life. But tender emotions still rise quickly to the surface.
Seeing the World War II Memorial took Kay Smith back to harrowing experience in a Japanese rice paddy that he'd all but erased from his mind.
World War II veteran Fred Roberts can't find the words to express his gratitude for the recognition of his service and sacrifice as he boarded the Utah Honor Flight Thursday with dozens of other veterans to Was...
State lawmakers justified Utah police agencies arming themselves with military surplus weapons and vehicles Wednesday, while a critic of the trend says it tells communities that police view them as the enemy.
Though his Senate colleagues said it was hard to let him go, they unanimously confirmed Sen. John Valentine to head the Utah Tax Commission on Wednesday.