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Weber County Officials Credit Tip For Averting School Shooting

October 21, 2015
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Weber County Officials Credit Tip For Averting School Shooting

(Marriott-Slaterville, UT)  —  Officials in Weber County say a tip from a student may have averted a drive-by shooting at a charter high school.  The county Sheriff’s Office said in a Facebook post yesterday that the student informed officials at the school about a possible plot to carry out a drive-by shooting at the...

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Chaffetz Out Of Speaker Race, Will Support Ryan

October 21, 2015
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Chaffetz Out Of Speaker Race, Will Support Ryan

(Washington, DC)  —  Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz is dropping out of the race for Speaker of the House.  In a tweet last night, the Utah Republican said he was throwing his support behind Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan, who he called the “right person at the right time.”  Ryan has been the focus of intense...

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Rubio Makes Campaign Stop In Salt Lake City

October 20, 2015
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Rubio Makes Campaign Stop In Salt Lake City

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Florida Senator Marco Rubio thinks he’s the man to lead the Republican Party into the future as president.  Rubio spoke to a few hundred people at a campaign stop at the Utah Fairgrounds State Park yesterday.  The Florida senator said the federal government is outdated and prevents the U.S....

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Utah’s Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Co-founder dies at 73

October 20, 2015
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Utah’s Great Old Broads for Wilderness, Co-founder dies at 73

(Undated) Susan Tixier, a well-known voice for conserving wilderness in Utah died Thursday at age 73, she is best remembered as a founder of Great Old Broads for Wilderness, the irreverent advocacy group now based in Durango, Colo. At the time, Tixier was a lawyer and associate executive director for the Southern Utah Wilderness...

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Police Identify Elderly Woman Killed Crossing Street

October 20, 2015
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Police Identify Elderly Woman Killed Crossing Street

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The elderly woman killed while crossing a Salt Lake City street Sunday is being identified as Rita Avery.  Police say the 72-year-old was carrying groceries and was not in a crosswalk at the time she was hit by two vehicles Sunday evening.  Investigators believe low light and rainy conditions...

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Elderly Woman Dies After Being Hit By Two Cars

October 19, 2015
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Elderly Woman Dies After Being Hit By Two Cars

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  An elderly woman is dead after trying to cross a Salt Lake City street while carrying some groceries.  Investigators say the 80-year-old died last night while trying to cross near 700 East and 700 South.  The woman was not in the crosswalk and was struck by two different vehicles. ...

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Flash Flooding Strikes Utah Again

October 19, 2015
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Flash Flooding Strikes Utah Again

(S Utah) torrential rains from that storm that caused mud flooding closing Interstate 5 near Los Angeles late last week, moved through Nevada and Southern Utah over the weekend and this morning. Flash flooding was reported in Las Vegas and in Beaver County and Hilldale Utah, where flooding deaths occurred not many days ago....

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Judge To Decide Possible Contempt Citation For State GOP Lawyer

October 19, 2015
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Judge To Decide Possible Contempt Citation For State GOP Lawyer

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A lawyer for the Utah Republican Party is facing a federal contempt citation for missing too many court filing deadlines.  U.S. District Court Judge David Nuffer is giving attorney Marcus Mumford until tomorrow to explain why he should not be held in contempt for missing 17 filing deadlines.  Mumford...

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Tribes Ask Obama For Massive New Monument in SE Utah

October 16, 2015
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Tribes Ask Obama For Massive New Monument in SE Utah

(Blanding, Utah/Washington DC)-  A coalition of Native American tribes gave President Barack Obama a proposal for a new kind of national monument that would take up more than a third of San Juan County. The Bears Ears National Monument would extend from the San Juan River north almost to Moab. It’s a 1.9 million...

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State Funding of Planned Parenthood to Continue For Now

October 16, 2015
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State Funding of Planned Parenthood to Continue For Now

SALT LAKE CITY — A restraining order blocking the state of Utah from cutting federal dollars going to Planned Parenthood will remain in place, at least for now. In a decision handed down from the bench, U.S. District Court Judge Clark Waddoups said he would let a temporary restraining order stand until he issued a written...

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