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4 Moab Residents Charged in Felony Assaults

January 7, 2016
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4 Moab Residents Charged in Felony Assaults

(Moab Utah)- 4 Moab area men face felony and misdemeanor charges of kidnapping and assault from a series of incidents December 19th at locations in the area. Charging documents name 31 year old Joshua Laurio, 34 year Gabriel Laurio, 30 year Keith Leavitt and 32 year Jeffry Tranter as suspects in kicking the doors...

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Affordable Housing Project on Hold

January 7, 2016
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Affordable Housing Project on Hold

(Moab Utah)-An affordable housing project that land owners want to develop on Spanish alley Drive in Grand County is still on hold as members of the Grand County Council postponed a planned vote this week. Judy and Gary Charmicheal want to develop ther 20 acres of land into housing that would affordable to middle...

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Bookcliffs Highway Plan may Be Still Alive

January 7, 2016
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Bookcliffs Highway Plan may Be Still Alive

(Vernal Utah)_The multi County coalition of governments that Grand County refused to join last year, may seek Utah Legislature Funding for much talked about Bookcliffs Highway, linking I-70 with the Vernal area. Uintah County Commissioner Mike McKee plans on asking the 6 County Coalition to seek legislative funds for s study on the proposed...

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Obama Action On Gun Control Draws Mixed Utah Response

January 6, 2016
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Obama Action On Gun Control Draws Mixed Utah Response

(Undated)  —  President Obama’s executive action on gun control is drawing a mixed response in Utah.  Republicans lawmakers such as Congressmen Rob Bishop and Chris Stewart criticized the move, calling Obama’s action a political overreaction as well as an abuse of executive privilege.  But one Utah mother Carolyn Tufts remembers her daughter, killed in...

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Appeals Court To Hear Planned Parenthood Case In March

January 6, 2016
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Appeals Court To Hear Planned Parenthood Case In March

(Denver, CO)  —  A federal court will hear Planned Parenthood’s appeal of Utah’s defunding decision in March.  The Tenth District Court of Appeals set a March 9th hearing date for the case.  Planned Parenthood is taking the state to court after Governor Herbert decided to cut off federal funds that were used by the...

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!

December 30, 2015
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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!

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Man Kills Self During SWAT Standoff

December 29, 2015
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Man Kills Self During SWAT Standoff

(Eagle Mountain, UT)  —  A man suspected of shooting his girlfriend to death is dead after taking his own life during a SWAT standoff in Eagle Mountain.  Police say 37-year-old David Brigham Driscoll shot himself to death last night inside his car near the Ranches Golf Club after speaking to a police negotiator for...

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One Killed, Two Injured In I-15 Crash

December 29, 2015
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One Killed, Two Injured In I-15 Crash

(North Ogden, UT)  —  One person is dead and two others are hospitalized following a three-car crash on I-15 in North Ogden.  Police say a Ford Mustang was traveling north when it went out of control and was T-boned near 27-hundred North last night.  A second vehicle then crashed into the first two vehicles. ...

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Victims Identified in I-70 Crash

December 29, 2015
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Victims Identified in I-70 Crash

GREEN RIVER, Utah – Authorities have identified the two people who were killed and the seven others who were injured, five of them critically, after a rollover crash on I-70 near Green River. The Utah Highway Patrol said seven of the people riding in the vehicle were ejected when the SUV rolled on Dec. 23. Officials said...

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MERRY CHRISTMAS from STAFF AND MANAGEMENT

December 23, 2015
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MERRY CHRISTMAS from STAFF AND MANAGEMENT

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