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Outdoor Retailers Show to Stay in SLC

August 25, 2015
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Outdoor Retailers Show to Stay in SLC

(Salt Lake City)- The massive Outdoor Retailer Winter and Summer Markets has decided to stay in Utah. Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams announced the huge convention and expo will be staying at the Salt Palace through 2018 during a news conference Monday. It has been in Utah for nearly 20 years now. After...

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UHP Arrests Wrong-Way Driver Who Tried To Hijack Other Cars

August 25, 2015
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UHP Arrests Wrong-Way Driver Who Tried To Hijack Other Cars

Ogden, UT)  —  A woman who state troopers say was under the influence of drugs is behind bars after a scary incident on Interstate-15 yesterday.  The state Highway Patrol say Natalie Peterson was driving the wrong way in the southbound lanes of the interstate in Ogden Monday afternoon.  Peterson allegedly drove in circles, tried...

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Chaffetz Victim Of Identity Theft

August 25, 2015
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Chaffetz Victim Of Identity Theft

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A Utah congressman says he, like millions of other Americans, is now a victim of identity theft.  Congressman Jason Chaffetz says he went to file his tax return this year, only to find someone else had already filed under his name.  The congressman and his wife were forced to...

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Corruption allegations filled against San Juan County Commissioner Bruce Adams, Greg Adams, and Zoning Board

August 24, 2015
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Corruption allegations filled against San Juan County Commissioner Bruce Adams, Greg Adams, and Zoning Board

(Monticello, Utah)- A GRAMA Public Documents Requested filed by the Petroglyph News Blog has yielded filings of corruption in a controversial San Juan County Wind Power project. Two formal complaints were filled with the San Juan County, Utah Commission and the Planning & Zoning Commissioners during the first week of August this year.  Copies of these complaints were...

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Family Searches For Missing Boy In Uintah County

August 24, 2015
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Family Searches For Missing Boy In Uintah County

(Vernal, UT)  —  The family of a missing ten-year-old boy is coordinating a search effort after he disappeared while hiking in the High Uintahs.  According to a Facebook page setup to track the search effort, Malachi Bradly was hiking in an area near Vernal Sunday morning after leaving the Paradise Park Campground. He has...

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>>Two Dead, Two Seriously Injured In Car Crash On I-15

August 24, 2015
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>>Two Dead, Two Seriously Injured In Car Crash On I-15

(Riverdale, UT)  —  A father and daughter are dead and two other members of a family are hospitalized after a rear-end collision on Interstate 15.  The Utah Highway Patrol says a family of four was stopped behind a semi near Riverdale late Sunday afternoon as officers tried to clear debris from the interstate.  Another...

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AG Visits Colorado Mine Spill Site

August 20, 2015
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AG Visits Colorado Mine Spill Site

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Utah’s attorney general is trying to determine what exactly happened when millions of gallons of water were released into a river in Colorado.  AG Sean Reyes visited the Gold King Mine site in southwest Colorado yesterday on what was termed a “fact-finding mission.”  Reyes talked with EPA officials about...

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Scheduled Airline Service Delayed Until October 1st at Canyonlands Field

August 20, 2015
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Scheduled Airline Service Delayed Until October 1st at Canyonlands Field

(Moab Utah)-The Times-Independent reports this morning that Great Lakes Airlines has notified the Airport Manager that scheduled airline service to Denver has been delayed until October 1st of this year. Pilot training on larger turboprop aircraft and pilot turnover is the apparent cause of the delay. In addition, TSA has removed staff from Canyonlands...

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Fight To Defund Planned Parenthood Nationally Comes To State Capitol

August 20, 2015
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Fight To Defund Planned Parenthood Nationally Comes To State Capitol

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The fight to completely cut government funding to Planned Parenthood is bringing people out in force.  Hundreds gathered at the state Capitol yesterday for a rally in support of having Congress remove funding from the organization.  Congresswoman Mia Love joined the protesters and said she would continue the fight...

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Legislature Approves Resolution To Build New State Prison

August 20, 2015
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Legislature Approves Resolution To Build New State Prison

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The Utah Legislature votes to move the state prison to a location west of Salt Lake City International Airport.  During a special session Wednesday, debate lasted about two hours before the resolution to build the new prison passed both houses easily. The bill now goes to Governor Herbert, who...

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