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U Law Profs Say Utah Takeover of Fed Lands Not Legal

October 31, 2014
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U Law Profs Say Utah Takeover of Fed Lands Not Legal

(Salt Lake City)-University of Utah legal scholars released a white paper Wednesday concluding the state has no legal basis to demand the federal government turn over title to public lands. Some state lawmakers have clamored for the state to sue after passing a law in 2012 demanding the feds give the state 30 million...

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Authorities ID Accused National Park Vandal

October 31, 2014
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Authorities ID Accused National Park Vandal

(Washington, DC)  –  The National Park Service is releasing the identity of an artist accused of vandalizing nearly a dozen national parks, including Zions and Canyonlands in Utah.  Officials say 21-year-old Casey Nocket A-K-A Creepytings used acrylic paint to deface rocks and boulders in...

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Texas Man Who Caused Fatal Crash Takes Plea Deal

October 31, 2014
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Texas Man Who Caused Fatal Crash Takes Plea Deal

MONTICELLO, San Juan County — A Texas man has admitted that he was criminally negligent when he drove his car across a double yellow line into oncoming traffic, touching off a four-car pileup that left three people dead. David Lewis had been charged in...

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Stunning New Information in Springville Deaths Investigation

October 30, 2014
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Stunning New Information in Springville Deaths Investigation

(Provo Utah)-Police found medications and cups filled with a “red liquid” next to the bodies of five members of a Springville family found in their home. In court documents...

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State Says Grand One of 9 Counties Voting by Mail

October 30, 2014
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State Says Grand One of 9 Counties Voting by Mail

(Bountiful, UT)  –  Officials in nine counties are asking residents to vote by mail this midterm election.  In Davis County, Election Manager Brian McKenzie SAYS the move is aimed...

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City Council Refuses to Vote on Short term Rental Moratorium

October 30, 2014
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City Council Refuses to Vote on Short term Rental Moratorium

(Moab Utah)- This week, the Moab city council did not vote on tow possible resolutions that would, in effect, create a six month moratorium on construction and conversion of...

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