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Microchip Card Technology Deadline Today

October 1, 2015
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Microchip Card Technology Deadline Today

Undated)  —  Today is the deadline for merchants to be ready for credit cards with microchips.  An official at Visa tells “USA Today” that if a merchant doesn’t have a chip terminal by October 1st and a counterfeit credit card is used at that location, they may be held liable for that fraud.  She...

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License Plate Reader Nabs Stolen SUV

October 1, 2015
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License Plate Reader Nabs Stolen SUV

(Salt Lake County)- Unified Police used its license plate reader (LPR) to catch up to a guy driving a car that was stolen. The suspect stopped only after he crashed into another car. Officer Jared Cardon said the screen on his LPR provided him with a picture of the stolen vehicle, the license plate...

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Mike Lee Holds Large Lead Over Challenger

October 1, 2015
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Mike Lee Holds Large Lead Over Challenger

(Undated)  —  One of Utah’s U.S. senators is well ahead of an announced challenger with more than a year until the next election.  Senator Mike Lee leads Democrat Jonathan Swinton 55 percent to 25 percent in a new UtahPolicy.com poll.  Seventeen percent of those polled didn’t know who they would vote for next year.

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Air Service to Moab Still a Question

September 30, 2015
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Air Service to Moab Still a Question

(Moab Utah)-Canyonlands Field Air Service is still in limbo. Airpport Manager Judd Hill says Great Lazkes Airlines has defaulted on a major 27 and half million dollar loan, is trying to restructure, but cannot provide service to Moab until the Spring, at the earliest.  In an email member to airport board and county officials,...

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Court grants Injunction to Prevent State from Cutting Planned Parenthood Funds

September 30, 2015
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Court grants Injunction to Prevent State from Cutting Planned Parenthood Funds

Salt Lake City — A federal judge ruled against the Utah governor Gary Herbert and his push to defund Planned Parenthood of Utah. U.S. District Judge Clark Waddoups granted a temporary restraining order that mandates payments continue until a final decision can be made. Planned Parenthood sought the emergency order a day after suing...

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Chaffetz Committee Grills Planned Parenthood Boss

September 30, 2015
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Chaffetz Committee Grills Planned Parenthood Boss

WASHINGTON D.C. — Utah Congressman Jason Chaffetz chaired a committee hearing that focused on funding for Planned Parenthood. The president of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America spent hours answering questions about her organization’s budget and political activity, in light of a recently released video of a Planned Parenthood executive talking about the sale of fetal tissue for medical research....

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State Senator Heads To DC To Encourage Executive Action

September 30, 2015
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State Senator Heads To DC To Encourage Executive Action

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A Democratic state senator is heading to Washington, D.C. to encourage President Obama to do something many people oppose.  State Senator Jim Dabakis is heading a delegation that plans to ask the President for executive action on creating a national monument in Utah.  Dabakis wants action on the southeastern...

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Planned Parenthood Sues Governor in Funds Cut

September 29, 2015
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Planned Parenthood Sues Governor in Funds Cut

SALT LAKE CITY — Planned Parenthood Association of Utah sued Gov. Gary Herbert on Monday and wants a federal judge to stop his order to cut off the organization’s federal funds before it takes effect Wednesday. “While we have always known that playing politics with the lives of Utahns is wrong and short-sighted, we...

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Elder Scott Funeral

September 29, 2015
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Elder Scott Funeral

SALT LAKE CITY — LDS Church leaders remembered Elder Richard G. Scott as “a cherished friend” and “a sweet and pure man” during funeral services Monday morning at the Salt Lake Tabernacle on Temple Square. Church President Thomas S. Monson called Elder Scott “the most faithful servant of our Heavenly Father” and “He taught...

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BYU Grad Dies In Parachute Accident In California

September 29, 2015
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BYU Grad Dies In Parachute Accident In California

(Squaw Valley, CA)  —  An extreme sport athlete with ties to Utah is dead after a parachute accident in California.  BYU graduate Erik Roner died yesterday after his parachute failed to deploy properly while skydiving.  Roner was a known figure in Utah’s ski and snowboard community before he began doing extreme stunts.  One of...

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