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Guv Says Utah Will Abide By Supreme Court Ruling On Marriage, Whatever it is.

June 22, 2015
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Guv Says Utah Will Abide By Supreme Court Ruling On Marriage, Whatever it is.

Salt Lake City  With the ruling on same-sex marriage expected any day now from the United States Supreme Court, Gov. Gary Herbert says lawmakers, rather than courts should make policy on gay marriage. “I believe the process is better for us to get to the right end result when people speak through their legislative...

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SLC Police Shoot Man with Knife.

June 22, 2015
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SLC Police Shoot Man with Knife.

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – A man is in serious condition after an officer-involved shooting in Salt Lake City Saturday night. Authorities say a police officer shot a man after the suspect threatened a woman with a knife, then lunged at the officer with the knife. Salt Lake City Police said things began around...

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40 Firefighters Battle Blaze Near Flaming Gorge Reservoir

June 22, 2015
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40 Firefighters Battle Blaze Near Flaming Gorge Reservoir

(Dagget County, UT)  —  Despite strong winds in the area, firefighters think they have a 75 acre wildfire near Flaming Gorge Reservoir under control.  Ashley National Forest spokesman Louis Haynes says 40 firefighters, five fire engines and two air tankers are battling the blaze.  Haynes says campers in the area are under voluntary evacuation...

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Push Continues For Term Limits

June 22, 2015
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Push Continues For Term Limits

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  A high-profile Republican and Democrat are joining the push for term limits on statewide elected offices in Utah.  Republican State Auditor John Dougall and Utah Democratic Party Chairman Peter Corroon have both endorsed a campaign called Utah Term Limits Now.  The group is seeking a state constitutional amendment that...

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State May come to Defense of Commissioner Lyman

June 17, 2015
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State May come to Defense of Commissioner Lyman

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Commission on the Stewardship of Public Lands decided that the federal case against a San Juan County Commissioner is exhibit ‘A’ in their argument against federal control of public lands in Utah. “These are fundamental issues that are at the core of the constitution,” said State Sen. Scott...

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Lands Group Recommends More Wilderness in San Juan Bishop Plan

June 17, 2015
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Lands Group Recommends More Wilderness in San Juan Bishop Plan

(Monticello Utah) (The Petroglyph) The Petroglyph on-line news service reports suggestions from the lands council board for San Juan’s Input into the proposed Bishop Lands Bill be so called Alternative to Plan B. Under that alternative, by lands council would wrap Cedar Mesa, Bears ears, Upper arch, and Hammond Canyon, Mikes Canyon Area and...

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Teen Killed in Auto-Ped Crash

June 17, 2015
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Teen Killed in Auto-Ped Crash

(Millcreek, UT)  —  A 17-year-old girl is dead after her boyfriend allegedly ran over her.  Police say Micaela Klalie Sigala was killed last night outside a home at 416 East 3900 South.  Police say Sigala and her 17-year-old boyfriend were fighting when he got into a Ford Expedition and backed over her.  Investigators are...

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Romney Retreat Lures GOP Presidential Hopefuls

June 12, 2015
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Romney Retreat Lures GOP Presidential Hopefuls

(Deer Valley, UT)  —  Several Republican presidential hopefuls are in Deer Valley, Utah for Mitt Romney’s annual “Experts and Enthusiasts” three-day retreat that began yesterday.  “The Salt Lake Tribune” reports those planning to attend include Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, Florida Senator Marco Rubio, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, Ohio...

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ATV Supporters, Critics Meet with Utah Lawmaker in Moab

June 10, 2015
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ATV Supporters, Critics Meet with Utah Lawmaker in Moab

(Moab Utah) Utah Democratic State Representative Brad King, who represents part of Grand County, met with area residents yesterday afternoon in packed Moab City Council Chambers. County Councilmember Mary McGann said she invited King to meet after she received numerous complaints about ATV noise n city and county streets, recently.  At issue is a...

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Massage Parlors Investigated For Sex Trafficking

June 10, 2015
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Massage Parlors Investigated For Sex Trafficking

(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  Nearly a dozen Utah massage parlors are under investigation for sex trafficking following a ten-month-long investigation.  The Utah Attorney General’s Secure Strike Force says officers served search warrants yesterday on eleven businesses as well as three homes and four cars.  Authorities say they’ve arrested one man and are now...

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