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Indicted ex-UTA board member wants judge, not jury, to decide his fate
A former Utah Transit Authority board member who allegedly misrepresented more than $1 million on a commuter rail land deal wants a judge — not a jury — to decide his fate.
Equifax has directed victims of hack to a fake website for weeks
Mike Stewart, AP
Equifax shared several tweets that directed users to that website. Upon realizing it was a fake, the company’s Twitter account deleted those tweets, The New York Times reported.
Smith's launches effort to fight community hunger
One of Utah's largest grocery store chains is launching a program aimed at feeding needy individuals and families statewide, as well as doing away with food waste companywide.