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Missing 11-year-old West Haven boy found safe

WEST HAVEN, Weber County — An 11-year-old West Haven boy who went missing Saturday afternoon has been found safe, according to Weber County Sheriff's deputies. Dacoda Sean Rankins... Read more »

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Washington Terrace woman found dead, 2 in custody

Investigators with the Weber County Sheriff's Office say a 32-year-old woman was killed in her Washington Terrace apartment late Friday. Read more »

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Educators call for funding, legislation to strengthen local control

Educators are calling for increased funding for public education, but they're also asking lawmakers to back legislation that strengthens their ability to make local decisions. Read more »

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Social services advocates urge lawmakers to restore earmarked revenues

Social services advocates called on Utah lawmakers Friday to restore earmarked revenues to the state's general fund to address urgent needs in social services and education. Read more »

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Eagle Mountain man killed in alleged domestic dispute

An Eagle Mountain man was killed Friday and his wife was held for questioning but later released to care for the couple's four children. Read more »

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Pacifica Institute Utah hosts 'Love is a Verb' screening for interfaith season

As part of Interfaith Month, Pacifica Institute Utah hosted a screening of "Love is a Verb," a documentary detailing the story of Fethullah Gulen and his inspiring life. Read more »

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Local author to release conclusion to Cragbridge Hall series with 'The Impossible Race'

Growing up, Utah author Chad Morris didn’t always write novels — at one time, he didn’t even like to read. He learned to love reading after getting "pulled in" by Lloyd Alexander.... Read more »

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Becky Lockhart remembered on Rare Disease Day at Capitol

In a speech commemorating Utah’s second annual Rare Disease Day, Rep. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, again mourned the recent loss of House Speaker Becky Lockhart to Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease. Read more »

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Hope in a crisis: School, community leaders unite in response to youth suicide concerns

With concerned eyes and taking extensive notes, leaders from the Lone Peak community met with questions about preventing and responding to youth suicide among teenagers and children. Read more »

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Explore 5 beautiful sites in Utah on a budget

From the red rock sandstone in Southern Utah, lakes and rivers spotted throughout, to the beautiful Canyons in the north, there is so much wonder and magnificence to enjoy in the Beehive State. Read more »

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Prosecutors: Woman killed girlfriend with 46 stab wounds

A Holladay woman was ordered Friday to stand trial for murder in the stabbing death of her girlfriend in Ogden. Read more »

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Lehi supplement firm launches research lab

A local company is using technology to develop what it claims will be scientifically improved nutritional supplement products. Nature’s Sunshine technology will allow herbs to be more... Read more »

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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 »

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Roy man pleads guilty to attempted murder in wife's death

A Roy man has pleaded guilty to attempted murder in the death of his wife in a case that at first appeared to be a natural death. Read more »

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Some GOP House members disagree with blocking Healthy Utah

Not all House Republicans agree with their leader's decision to block the governor's Healthy Utah alternative to Medicaid expansion. Read more »

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Legislature pays tribute to families of fallen Utah soldiers

State lawmakers honored 19 fallen Utah soldiers Friday at the Capitol. Utah’s military endured no combat-related deaths in 2014. The 19 losses were due to accidents, illnesses and suicides. Read more »

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Salt Lake woman threatened to murder judge, grand jury says

A Salt Lake woman has been indicted for allegedly threatening to murder a federal judge. Read more »

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3 tips to follow when moving in with a stranger

Moving in with someone you don't know does not have to be a horrible experience. Make it a great one by following these three tips. Read more »

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Ashley National Forest proposes Christmas tree permit fee increase

Ashley National Forest is seeking input on a proposal to increase permits for cutting down Christmas trees from $10 to $15 per tag. Read more »

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University Place construction timeline released

University Mall in Orem and Woodbury Corp. have released a tentative University Place construction schedule for 2015. Read more »

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2600 South to be closed for construction this weekend

The Utah Department of Transportation is advising motorists that east-west traffic on 2600 South will be closed at I-15 to facilitate continuing work on the I-15 South Davis Project on Saturday... Read more »

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Monarchs say Fairpark deal is dead, team looking for new stadium location

Any chance of salvaging what seemed like a mutually beneficial agreement to develop a new soccer stadium at the state fairgrounds is gone. Read more »

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Zion National Park to resume shuttle service

Zion National Park shuttle service will resume on Sunday, March 15. Read more »

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Bill seeks to remedy 'knotty' problem of math illiteracy

An initiative pushing for better math literacy among high school students is gaining momentum in the Legislature. Read more »

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Bill to ban gas chambers at animal shelters delayed until next year

A bill to ban gas chambers for animal euthanasia in Utah will be delayed until next year’s legislative session. Read more »

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