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Former Provo High teacher pleads guilty to having sex with teen he taught, worked with

A former Provo High School teacher and athletic trainer has pleaded guilty to having sex with a female student he taught and worked with. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Boaters could be delayed for quagga checks

More boats passing through aquatic invasion technician check points could mean delays this weekend. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Utah senators seeking support for federal religious freedom legislation

Utah senators are calling on other lawmakers to preserve current federal law and support proposed legislation to protect religious liberties for individuals and institutions in light of a U.S.... Read more »

July 2, 2015

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$1.75 million funds new electric vehicles for Salt Lake City

Acknowledging summer air quality issues, Salt Lake City Mayor Ralph Becker and the city's sustainability office are championing ongoing city efforts to reduce pollutants. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Utah farmer turns alfalfa field into the perfect proposal

A marriage proposal is one of the most important moments of a lifetime. So how does a small town boy make a big impression on his bride-to-be? Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Farmington woman tumbles 150 feet in hiking accident on Mount Timpanogos

A woman is expected to survive after tumbling about 150 feet in a hiking accident Thursday on Mt. Timpanogos. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Desire to serve: Even a gunshot couldn't keep Nellie Leighton from being a missionary

Nellie Leighton is 96 years old, legally blind and was shot in the head in a shooting at the Family History Library in 1999. But she returned to the work, is still at it 16 years later and hopes to... Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Utah health officials rule out cholera infection

Two local residents suspected to have cholera instead have a related disease that presents similar symptoms but is less infectious, according to the Salt Lake County Health Department. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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3 corrections employees placed on leave in inmate death case

The Utah Department of Corrections has placed three additional employees on administrative leave as it investigates the death of an inmate who didn't receive his dialysis treatment. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Lack of air conditioning temporarily closes health clinic

The air conditioning has gone out at one of Salt Lake County's busiest health clinics, and patients are being asked to wait or visit another clinic until it is fixed. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Is same group responsible for string of robberies?

Police from a couple of jurisdictions are working together to determine whether the same group is responsible for a recent series of convenience store robberies in Salt Lake County. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Stan Lockhart appointed to fill State School Board vacancy left by Mark Openshaw

Gov. Gary Herbert has appointed Stan Lockhart to the Utah State Board of Education, the governor's office announced Thursday. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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Juvenile detention mentor had sexual relationship with teen, police say

Police are investigating an alleged sexual relationship between a 15-year-old girl and a woman who was assigned to mentor her in the Salt Lake Valley Detention Center. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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1 dead in Uintah County after track hoe overturns in Green River

Divers recovered the body of a Duchesne County man Thursday from a track hoe that overturned in the Green River east of Pelican Lake in Uintah County. Read more »

July 2, 2015

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An 'all-American tradition': Fourth of July parades bring Utah communities together

Parades are just one of the many family friendly Independence Day events taking place throughout the state to honor freedom, friends, family and fun. Read more »

July 1, 2015

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'You can see the jaw marks': Pleasant Grove boy survives South Carolina shark attack

A Pleasant Grove family is filled with gratitude their 12-year-old boy survived a shark bite in South Carolina this week with nothing to show for it other than a few stitches and a gripping story... Read more »

July 1, 2015

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Topaz Museum's inaugural exhibition offers lessons on the human condition

The Topaz Museum's inaugural art exhibition, "When Words Weren't Enough: Works on Paper from Topaz, 1942-1945," tells the remarkable story of art made at the Topaz Internment Camp during World War II. Read more »

June 27, 2015

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Chris Hicks: How much PG-13 violence is too much for your pre-teen kids?

Violence is the name of the game for PG-13 films aimed at kids, but how much is too much? Read more »

June 11, 2015

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Inmate dies after his dialysis tech fails twice to show up at prison

A Utah State Prison inmate died Sunday after a medical contractor responsible for performing his dialysis treatment failed to show up on Friday and Saturday. Ramon Estrada, 62, died from apparent... Read more »

April 7, 2015

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Five sites now under consideration for new prison, but some want it to stay in Draper

Two more potential sites for the Utah State Prison were approved Friday by the Legislature's Prison Relocation Commission, now part of a political battle between the governor and the House speaker. Read more »

Feb. 27, 2015

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