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LDS Missionaries Pulled From Madagascar

October 19, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is temporarily pulling missionaries out of Madagascar due to concerns over an outbreak of plague.  Church leaders say none of the 79 missionaries working in the island nation have gotten sick, and the transfers are only a precautionary measure.  69 of the missionaries...

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Man Accused Of Taking Pictures Of Credit, Debit Cards At Restaurant

October 17, 2017
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(Hanna, UT) Investigators say a cashier at a Hanna restaurant took photos of debit and credit cards used at the business and then used them to buy things on his phone.  The Duchesne County sheriff’s office says Andrew Encoe admitted to using the numbers to make purchases after he was caught.  He’s facing twelve...

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Pickup Slams Into West Valley City Home

October 17, 2017
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(West Valley City, UT) Investigators believe a driver having a seizure caused a truck to go into a West Valley City home.  Investigators say the pickup hit the house near the intersection of 1500 West and 2300 South yesterday afternoon.  No one in the truck or the home was hurt in the collision, but...

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Most Utahns Favor Banning Rapid-Fire Gun Devices

October 16, 2017
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Most Utahns support banning devices that allow semi-automatic weapons to fire more bullets quickly.  A new poll by The Salt Lake Tribune and Hinckley Institute of Politics shows 69% of Utahns surveyed want a law banning the devices.  The poll revealed broad support among Republicans, Democrats, and unaffiliated voters. 

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October 13, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) The Great Salt Lake Nature Center and the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance are among 14 recipients of grants from the Utah Office of Outdoor Recreation.  The department today announced $435,000 awarded to projects undertaken by the organizations throughout the state.  Funding goes to trails, campgrounds, bike parks and more.  

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Researchers Say Dropping Fertility Rate Is Likely The New Normal

October 13, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) Fewer women are having babies in Utah, and researchers say that may be the new normal for statewide birth rates.  A study by the University of Utah’s Ken C. Gardner Institute shows that the birth rate has been dropping steadily since 2007.  The birth rate reached a new low of...

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Juvenile Arrested In Shooting

October 13, 2017
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(Millcreek, UT)  A juvenile is in custody of Unified Police and another suspect is still at-large after the shooting of a 19 year old.  Police say the victim was standing outside of a home last night when a car pulled up near him and he was struck by gunshots.  Police believe the two suspects...

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Officials Credit Operation Rio Grande For Fewer Drug Deals

October 12, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  State and local officials are crediting Operation Rio Grande with forcing drug dealing to move from Salt Lake City to other states.  Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown said yesterday that the crime crackdown in the Rio Grande neighborhood had forced dealers to start over in other cities.  Lieutenant...

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Fire Ignites In Warehouse

October 12, 2017
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(Murray, UT) No injuries are reported from a large fire that ignited at an abandoned warehouse in Murray.  Officials closed 4500 South in both directions at 200 West this afternoon as crews rushed to the scene.  The cause is not known.

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Farmington Woman Still Missing

October 12, 2017
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(Farmington, UT)  The family of a missing Farmington woman is still looking for her since her disappearance on October 3rd.  Jeanna Reid has been missing since she walked out of her family’s house.  The 26- year old has a brain disorder that makes her vulnerable.  She’s white, about 5’9, 130 to 140 pounds, with...

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