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Report: Utah Among Top States For Holiday Spending

December 13, 2017
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Utah holiday shoppers will be among the biggest spenders this season.  A new report from the online printing company “Snapfish” found that on average, Utah shoppers will spend more than one-thousand dollars on gifts and presents.  Shoppers in eight other states will spend roughly the same amount.  That same report also found that 37%...

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Report: Uranium Mill, Utah Lawmakers Pressed For Bears Ears Reductions

December 13, 2017
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 Energy extraction on public lands may have played a large role in the push to reduce the size of Utah’s national monuments.  According to the “Washington Post,” Colorado-based Energy Fuels Resources implored officials for the Department of the Interior to downsize Bears Ears National Monument to protect its uranium mill in Utah’s White Mesa. ...

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Move For Big Horn Sheep From Zion Starts Today

December 12, 2017
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(Zion National Park, UT) Some bighorn sheep living in Zion National Park will be on the move starting today.  Saint George News reports state, federal, and conservation groups began tagging more than a dozen of the animals last month and will move some into other herds in San Juan County.  Officials say the work...

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Report: Utah’s Graduation Rate Improving

December 11, 2017
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(Utah) Utah’s high school graduation rate is surging.  According to the Utah Board of Education, 86% of all high school seniors earned their diploma this year, up 5% from 2016.  Education officials say the spike was fueled in large part by racial minority groups, particularly Latinos, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders.  Davis School District has...

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Report: One Of Six Utah Payday Loan Stores Closed

December 11, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) One out of every six Utah payday loan stores went out of business in 2016.  A new report from the “Utah Commissioner of Financial Institutions” attributes the closures to new options that borrowers are using to escape debt from the high-interest loans.  Utah lawmakers have passed laws forcing payday lenders...

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Utah Wins International Road Safety Award

December 11, 2017
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(London, United Kingdom) Utah will receive an international safety award for legislation passed this year that will drop the legal blood alcohol content for driving to .05%.  The Prince Michael International Road Safety Award will recognize UDOT, the Department of Public Safety, the Utah Legislature and the governor’s office for their efforts to pass...

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State Senator Resigns To Serve In Federal Post

December 11, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) A Utah lawmaker is resigning from his post after he was tapped by President Trump to work in the Department of Health and Human Services.  State Senator Brian Shiozawa has been picked to be the regional director for the agency in Denver.  The Republican lawmaker has served at the Capitol...

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Midvale Crash Critically Injuries Driver

December 11, 2017
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(Midvale, UT)  Midvale police investigators think alcohol may have been a factor in a crash that critically injured the driver.  Investigators say the car was on South Holden Street yesterday afternoon when it swerved off, hit a tree and then plowed into a fence.  The driver was taken to the hospital in critical condition...

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One Killed In Apartment Shooting In Taylorsville

December 11, 2017
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(Taylorsville, UT)  Police investigators in Taylorsville are searching for two male and one female suspects in a deadly apartment shooting.  Investigators say the men forced their way into the unit on South Riverboat Road yesterday morning after the woman knocked on the door.  Police say the men shot and killed one of the people...

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Man Sentenced For Selling $10 Million In Illegal Guns

December 8, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) A Salt Lake City man will spend four years in prison after he was convicted of illegally selling 10 Million dollars worth of guns over the Internet, and from his basement.  According to prosecutors, 40-year-old Adam Webber added to the product line for his online gun store, despite a federal order barring...

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