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One stabbed, three arrested in skate park fight

Police arrested three men who they say initiated a fight at Taylorsville North End skate park Saturday evening, during which one man was stabbed. Read more »

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Judge recommends suspension for former prosecutor

A judge has recommended that a former Davis County prosecutor accused of misconduct be suspended from practicing law for seven months, but the decision is on hold pending appeal. Read more »

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Rep. Chris Stewart's bill seeks to allow states to manage wild horses

A Utah congressman has introduced legislation to allow Western states and American Indian tribes to take over management of wild horses and burros from the federal government. Read more »

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American Fork man, 65, arrested in lewdness with dog case

A 65-year-old American Fork man is in jail after being accused of engaging in lewd acts with a dog. Read more »

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Herbert’s agenda in new role is to find balance between states, feds

As Gov. Gary Herbert steps into a leadership role Sunday with the National Governors Association at the organization's annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, he'll have his new chief of staff,... Read more »

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Motorcycle ride raises money, awareness for homeless veterans

A motorcycle ride raised money and awareness for homeless veteran housing programs Saturday. Read more »

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CARE Fair offers services to low-income, uninsured Utahns

The Junior League of Salt Lake City is presenting the or CARE Fair offering free medical and social services to low-income and uninsured Utahns, Friday and Saturday. Read more »

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Police looking for men accused of firing shots while fleeing from shoplifting

Police are looking for two men who opened fire as they allegedly shoplifted from a K-Mart. Read more »

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Four-month investigation leads to arrest in bomb case

A man with a history of creating explosive devices is facing a new charge after police say he intended to sell an explosive device to an undercover officer and possibly use such a device to injure... Read more »

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Domestic violence reaches far beyond individual homes

The mass slayings of a Houston family that helped a relative escape domestic violence demonstrate the ripple effect of interpersonal violence, local advocates say. Help is available 24/7 by calling... Read more »

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Sell or keep Utah State Fairpark? Study outlines costs and benefits

The state will need to spend around $33 million to keep the Utah State Fairpark alive, according to a study of the park that was completed last week. Read more »

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South Salt Lake business owners complain of mulch pile that spontaneously combusted

Investigators determined that spontaneous combustion caused a large compost fire in South Salt Lake, Thursday evening, which reignited Friday morning and caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in... Read more »

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Cancer center announced, brings care to West Jordan

The Jordan Valley Medical Center announced a new cancer treatment center Friday that will keep patients close to home. Read more »

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Salt Lake County Fair releases entertainment lineup

Country music artist Jo Dee Messina will headline the entertainment acts for the 78th annual Salt Lake County Fair. Read more »

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Ex-Tabiona High coach admits to sexual-related crimes with student

A former Tabiona High School teacher who was fired in December after he became the subject of a police investigation entered into a plea deal on the same day he was charged with sexual-related... Read more »

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Court lifts stay, but gives Utah chance to appeal same-sex marriage recognition

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that Utah hasn't proven that the appeals court should stay a lower court's ruling requiring the state to recognize the 1,300 same-sex marriages that... Read more »

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Kids learn about public lands, ATV safety

Summer fun and safety education were on the agenda at the Get Outside and Discover Your Public Lands event at Discovery Gateway museum in Salt Lake City. Read more »

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Japanese festival of joy bonds families, ancestors

In keeping with tradition, Japanese Buddhists will celebrate the Obon Japanese Festival Saturday at the Salt Lake Buddhist Temple, 211 W. 100 South, with food and dance. Read more »

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Lindon Days to be held Aug. 4-9

The annual Lindon Days celebration for 2014 will be held Aug. 4-9. This year, the theme is “Country Fun in the Sun.” Read more »

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Three men arrested in South Salt Lake shooting death

South Salt Lake police arrested three men in connection with the June shooting death of Francisco Antonio Colon, 40, of West Valley City. Read more »

July 11, 2014

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Report: Some Utah babies more at risk of dying before first birthday

A new health department report shows that babies born to Pacific Islander and African-American mothers in Utah are more likely to die than others. Read more »

July 11, 2014

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GOED announces incentives for 500 new Utah jobs

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development announced approval of two tax incentive packages that could bring 500 new jobs to Utah. Read more »

July 11, 2014

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Utahns' satisfaction with downtown Salt Lake City is on the rise

A recent survey by the Downtown Alliance showed that more Utahns are feeling a sense of ownership and connection with downtown Salt Lake City. Residential and business venues continue to expand in... Read more »

July 11, 2014

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Compost fire in South Salt Lake closes roads, threatens businesses

A fire at a compost pile near the freeway Thursday closed roads and kept firefighters working through the night to protect nearby businesses. Read more »

July 10, 2014

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2007 study could be used in decision to split Jordan School District

West Jordan leaders believe a study conducted in 2007 gives them the legal option to ask voters to decide whether to split from the Jordan School District. Read more »

July 10, 2014

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