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UTA employee Kay Ricks remembered as 'endlessly forgiving'

Several hundred friends, family members and co-workers gathered at an LDS Chapel in American Fork to honor the life of Kay Ricks, UTA employee who was found dead on a dirt road outside Kemmerer,... Read more »

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Skateboarder dies after being shot in apparent West Valley road rage incident

A skateboard rider was shot and killed shortly before 2 p.m. Saturday after a confrontation with occupants of a pickup truck stopped for a red light at 3500 S. 5600 West, West Valley Police said. Read more »

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Your stolen car is returned, what next? Get it inspected for meth, police warn

Police are warning owners of stolen vehicles to get them checked for possible drug residue once they've been returned. Many car thieves have drug habits and use the substances in the stolen vehicles. Read more »

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San Juan County Commissioner appeals conviction for 2014 ATV protest ride

San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman filed an appeal Friday, saying the court was wrong to convict him of an illegal ATV protest ride. Read more »

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Former Springville High student charged with threat of terrorism

An 18-year-old Springville man was charged Friday for allegedly making online threats of a terrorism attack at Springville High on May 19. Read more »

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Man with fake gun subdued at Park City hospital, official says

A man caused a brief scare Friday when he attempted to pull from his waistband what turned out to be a fake gun at Park City Medical Center, hospital officials said. Read more »

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Salt Lake City fire chief plans to retire this fall

To some city leaders' surprise, Salt Lake Fire Chief Brian Dale has announced he will be retiring this fall. Read more »

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Man accused of murdering wife to be released from jail

Arrangements were made Friday to release a man from the Weber County Jail, five days after police arrested him for investigation of aggravated murder in the death of his wife. Investigators say... Read more »

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Ex-BYU student convicted in meth lab case arrested in similar Salt Lake case

A former BYU student who originally claimed he was making soap but was later convicted of operating a clandestine laboratory was arrested again Friday for investigation of a similar offense. Read more »

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1 killed, 1 in extremely critical condition after 3-car crash in Vernal

One person died and another was critically injured Friday in a three-vehicle crash in Vernal, according to the Utah Highway Patrol. Read more »

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Photos: Memorial honors those who donated bodies to U.

Patrica Laissez gets emotional during a memorial service in Salt Lake City on Friday for those who donated their bodies to the University of Utah School of Medicine. Read more »

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Libertarian Gary Johnson to never-Trumpers: 'I'm it'

with the Republican Party facing the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency, Libertarian presidential hopeful Gary Johnson could be a factor in 2016. Read more »

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Polygamous leader asks again to be let out of jail

A high-ranking polygamous sect leader accused of helping orchestrate a multimillion-dollar food stamp fraud scheme says he should be let out of jail since the trial has been pushed back to October. Read more »

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Feds announce $10 million for wildfire projects in 12 states

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell on Tuesday toured a massive wildfire rehabilitation effort in southwest Idaho that's part of the federal government's new wildfire strategy. Read more »

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Central Utah International Business Forum set for June 1

World Trade Center Utah, the Utah Department of Workforce Services and the Six County Association of Governments is co-sponsoring a Central Utah International Business Forum on Wednesday, June 1. Read more »

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GOED board OKs grants to help 8 rural businesses

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development board of directors has approved eight rural Utah businesses for Rural Fast Track grants. Read more »

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Mapleton to discuss proposed road fee on June 15

Mapleton will hold an open house on Wednesday, June 15, to discuss and answer questions about a proposed utility road fund the City Council hopes to adopt in July. Read more »

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Consumers warned to beware of real estate scam

The Utah Division of Real Estate warns Utah consumers to be aware of a scam that targets property transactions through fake emails in an effort to trick people into wiring loan transfers and other... Read more »

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Salt Lake Comic Con buys into local gaming convention

Salt Lake Comic Con has expanded its reach on the Utah nerd convention circuit, buying a 50 percent stake in Salt Lake Gaming Con. Read more »

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Body found in Pineview identified as missing Harrisville man

Police have identified a body recovered from Pineview Reservoir Thursday as that of a missing Harrisville man. Read more »

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Splash pad in N. Salt Lake’s Legacy Park opens

The splash pad at North Salt Lake's Legacy Park, 140 W. 1100 North, is scheduled to open Memorial Day weekend. Read more »

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Panel seeks submissions for West Bountiful history book

The Historic Commission is compiling the next edition of the city’s history and is asking residents to contribute pictures, stories, news articles and other items for the book. Read more »

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Prosecutors want more time to file charges in arson death of John Williams

A man who was arrested Sunday in connection with the killing of prominent restaurant entrepreneur John W. Williams may remain in the Salt Lake County Jail without charges being filed for another... Read more »

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Police: Woman died on zip line after falling tree branch hit her

Police say a South Carolina woman killed on a zip line at Sundance Mountain Resort this week was hit by a broken tree branch as it fell. Read more »

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Man found shot to death in Cottonwood Heights parking lot

A 31-year-old man was found dead in the passenger seat of a car parked at a Cottonwood Heights credit union early Friday. Police said he was shot and the crime appears to have occurred at another... Read more »

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10 of the most unusual laws in Utah

Did you know you can hunt skunks without a hunting license in Utah? Find out what other wacky laws are on the Utah books. Read more »

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Riverton man arrested in 'unique' display of nakedness, police say

A Riverton man was allegedly running around naked Thursday afternoon when he was spotted by multiple young witnesses. Read more »

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Man charged with threats of terrorism, robbery in holdup of Riverton bank

A Lehi man was charged Thursday in connection with a bank robbery earlier this week that caused the evacuation of about a dozen businesses in Riverton. Read more »

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Youth volunteers plant 3,000 flags at Sandy cemetery in advance of Memorial Day

About 200 youth volunteers planted 3,000 flags and swept headstones Thursday at the cemetery in preparation for Memorial Day weekend. Read more »

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Man hit, killed by FrontRunner train in Provo

A man was hit and killed by a FrontRunner train Thursday, and police are investigating why he was on the track. Read more »

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Hatch steadfast in holding up Supreme Court confirmation after meeting with Garland

After meeting with President Barack Obama's U.S. Supreme Court choice Thursday, Sen. Orrin Hatch said he still believes the Senate should wait until after the November election to consider a nominee. Read more »

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Photos: Students salute military personnel with patriotic program

Isabel Chavez waves the flag and smiles during Heartland Elementary School's third-grade Memorial Day program, "Freedom Is Not Free," in West Jordan on Thursday. Read more »

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Photos: Deaf, blind students experience ‘Odysseo’

Students from the Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind pet a horse that appears in “Odysseo” in Sandy on Thursday. The students were invited to the show's equestrian world to experience... Read more »

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American Fork appoints interim police chief

Lt. Darren Falslev was appointed Thursday as American Fork's interim police chief, replacing veteran Chief Lance Call. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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100 deadliest days commence with Memorial Day weekend

As Utah enters what statistics say are the 100 deadliest days of the year, experts issue this reminder: The vast majority of fatal car crashes during this window are preventable. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Cache Valley man who claimed top secret military access bilked investors, SEC says

A Cache Valley man claiming to be part of top secret military program allowing him access to warehouses full of Iraqi currency bilked investors of $1.7 million, the Securities and Exchange... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Utah lawsuit challenges porn filter fees

A man with a history of filing long-shot lawsuits is challenging on religious grounds a Utah law allowing internet service providers to charge for filtering pornography. And some experts say this... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Skyline senior rides motorcycle through school as 'prank'; administration, police not amused

Graduation ceremonies will be held Friday at Skyline High School. But a 17-year-old senior may not be attending because of an end-of-year prank that now has him facing criminal charges. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Richard Norby released from hospital, returns home to Lehi, Utah

The last of the four Mormon missionaries wounded nine weeks ago in the Brussels airport terror attacks is home after doctors released him from the hospital this week. Richard Norby continues to... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Man charged with assaulting former boss during rampage

An apparently disgruntled employee who police say went on a destructive rampage that culminated with assaulting his former boss inside his house has been charged. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Lee praises Trump's potential Supreme Court picks but hasn't endorsed him

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, really likes Donald Trump's list of potential U.S. Supreme Court nominees, but that hasn't persuaded him to endorse the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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IRS scam goes far beyond a phone call for Syracuse woman

Scam phone calls where the caller claims to be from the Internal Revenue Service seem to be increasing in Utah, with multiple police agencies reporting new cases in recent weeks. For victim Kayla... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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UDOT to begin I-15 work from Riverdale to Farr West

The Utah Department of Transportation will begin work to replace the pavement on I-15 from the I-84 interchange in Riverdale to the 2700 North interchange in Farr West beginning Friday, June 3. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Autopsy to determine if body found in Pineview is missing Harrisville man

Weber County sheriff's search crews found a body in Pineview Reservoir just off the shoreline Thursday. A medical examiner will try and determine whether it's the body of a Harrisville man who has... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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U. study shows how huge landslide shaped Zion National Park (+video)

A University of Utah assistant professor of geology and geophysics led a study into a huge landslide that happened 4,800 years ago, damming the Virgin River and creating a lake that lasted 700... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Don't know what's causing your infection? Ask your DNA

Three years in the making, Taxonomer may be a "game changer" for how doctors diagnose patients in clinic, emergency rooms and in developing countries, according to co-developer Mark Yandell, a... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Cedar Hills’ Family Festival kicks off Tuesday

Cedar Hills’ annual Family Festival is set for Tuesday, May 31, through Saturday, June 4, at various sites. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Provo’s Bikes and Trikes Festival is Saturday

Provo officials are inviting residents to grab their family, friends and neighbors and pedal to Memorial Park, 800 E. Center, on Saturday, May 28, from 10 a.m. to noon for the Bikes and Trikes... Read more »

May 26, 2016

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Utah and 10 states sue Obama administration over transgender bathroom directive

Utah is joining a coalition of states suing members of the Obama administration for clarification on a directive regarding transgender bathroom policies in schools. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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5 memorable ways to pamper your family this summer

Whether or not you're treating your family to a vacation this summer, everyone deserves a little pampering every so often. Read more »

May 26, 2016

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