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Officers used Taser, bean bag rounds before shooting Roosevelt man, investigators say

Officers negotiated with an armed man for nearly 50 minutes Sunday, and then used a Taser and special "less-than-lethal" shotgun rounds to try to subdue him before a Roosevelt police officer shot... Read more »

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Humanitarian Bishnu Adhikari hopeful for better future following Nepal earthquake

Despite the death and destruction caused by last week's earthquake, Nepal humanitarian Bishnu Adhikari is full of gratitude and hope for the future. Read more »

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Police say boy accidentally shot girl in the leg in West Valley

A 16-year-old girl had injuries that were not life-threatening after she was accidentally shot in the leg Tuesday afternoon. Read more »

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New prison site could be recommended next month

With a recommendation for a new location for the Utah State Prison coming as soon as next month, opponents of the move are stepping up their efforts. Read more »

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Audit reveals flawed projections on Utah's water needs

An audit found the state of Utah is relying on inaccurate water data, using outdated basin plans and ignoring development of local water supplies when it projects the amount of water to meet... Read more »

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Build week celebrates women in community, construction

In honor of mothers, the Salt Lake Valley Habitat for Humanity is celebrating Women’s Build Week, an initiative to include more women in the nonprofit organization’s community... Read more »

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Small Utah town violated law by asking about applicants' disabilities, feds say

A small southern Utah town violated the Americans With Disabilities Act by asking unlawful questions about job applicants' disabilities, the U.S. Department of Justice said Tuesday. Read more »

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Finding cause of death for body discovered near Ogden may take months

Detectives are still sorting through evidence after a woman's body was recovered from the Ogden bench Monday morning. Read more »

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70 mph speed limit doesn't lead to drivers going faster, study finds

When the Utah Department of Transportation raised the speed limit along I-15, I-215 and I-80 in December, many feared motorists would drive faster. Read more »

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Pedestrian bridge work to take place in Centerville

Traffic delays are expected on I-15 in Centerville this week as crews work on a new pedestrian bridge. Read more »

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Promise ring, pregnancy talk shows relationship between Grunwald, shooter

More witnesses outlined the relationship Tuesday between then-17-year-old Meagan Grunwald and her older boyfriend, illustrated through whispered conversations between friends and admonishment from... Read more »

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Student in officer training course accidentally shoots classmate

A man who went early to the first day of a gun safety course for students hoping to become certified police officers accidentally shot another classmate Monday while showing off his new handgun. Read more »

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Salt Lake house abandoned for many years burns

A fire that caused about $100,000 damage to an abandoned building early Tuesday is believed to be human-caused. Read more »

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Free fair to promote healthy brain function

A free Brain Fair, hosted by Autumn Glow Senior Activity Center and the Utah Alzheimer’s Association, will be held in Davis County. Read more »

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Big Mountain Highway open for spring, summer

State Route 65, Big Mountain Highway, is open to all traffic for the spring and summer. Read more »

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Turf instead of grass? Ogden considering proposal

Pamela Clark with the Ogden Family Support Center in Ogden was trying to save money and water on her lawn. She put in artificial grass, but she received a citation from Ogden City saying it was not... Read more »

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Centerville drainage fees doubling in July

The Centerville City Council recently approved drainage fee increases that will first appear on the monthly bill at the end of July. Read more »

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Forest Service chief expects busy firefighting season

The head of the U.S. Forest Service says the cost of fighting wildfires this season could be well over $1 billion and that the agency may have to borrow money from the very programs designed to... Read more »

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Man accused of shooting Idaho officer, stealing patrol car

A northern Idaho police officer was in critical condition Tuesday after being shot by a suspect who stole his patrol car, led a 125-mph chase and got dragged from under a semitrailer by a police... Read more »

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Former Myton fire chief, wife plead guilty to theft of city funds

Myton's former fire chief and his wife have pleaded guilty to charges that were filed after prosecutors said the couple used of public funds to buy fuel for their private vehicles. Read more »

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Study: Tourism significant to rural Utah economy

New research has found that tourism, important to Utah’s economy overall, is especially important to the economies of rural, less-populated counties across the state. Read more »

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Photos: Draper police run with torch to support Special Olympics

Members of the Draper Police Department and Special Olympics athlete on Tuesday participated in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Utah. Draper Officers and staff carried the... Read more »

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One family preparing for the Payson Utah Temple's dedication

The Rowleys are among thousands of families preparing for the June 8 opening of the new temple. Once it’s operational, many of them will have the chance to try the LDS Church’s new... Read more »

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20 years later, parents of missing Spanish Fork teen Kiplyn Davis still hope to find her

Over the past two decades, Richard and Tamara Davis have never given up the hope of bringing their daughter Kiplyn home. And through a series of searches, investigations and court cases, they... Read more »

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Provo police offering reward for information in missing woman case

Police are now offering a cash reward for information helping detectives find missing woman Elizabeth Elena Laguna Salgado. Read more »

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