BYU Loses Game, QB Mangrum Out For Season

November 6, 2017
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(Provo, UT) BYU quarterback Tanner Mangrum will spend the rest of the football season on the sidelines after being injured against Fresno State.  Mangrum suffered a severe Achilles injury Saturday during the Cougar’s 20-13 loss to Fresno State.  Mangrum was setting up to throw the ball and was not hit by another player.  The...

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Mormon Church Members Hold Resignation Event In SLC

November 6, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  A group of Mormons who say they must leave the LDS Church because of its policies are making their resignations a public event.  Several dozen people gathered in City Creek Park in Salt Lake City yesterday for what organizers called a mass resignation.  The event was held on the second...

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Election Day Tomorrow: Third District Election To Decide Who Replaces Chaffetz

November 6, 2017
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(Provo, UT) Utah’s Third Congressional District is about to get a new representative more than four months after Jason Chaffetz resigned.  Ballots will be counted tomorrow as voters decide between a handful of major party and other candidates.  Provo Mayor John Curtis is the Republican nominee and is considered the favorite.  Other major party...

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State School Board Seeking Addition Resources For Justice Reforms

November 3, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  The Utah Board of Education will ask state lawmakers for additional funding to support juvenile justice reforms passed overwhelmingly by the Legislature earlier this year.  The reforms include new guidelines on how to handle juveniles who commit crimes in schools.  The board argues that the new policies give more responsibilities...

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Nurse Arrested For Refusing Blood Draw Given $500,000 Settlement

November 1, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  The nurse arrested this summer for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient will receive half-a-million-dollars from Salt Lake City.  Alex Wubbels and her attorney announced the settlement with the city yesterday, saying part of the money will go to an initiative to help pay for police body camera...

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Trail Set For Man Accused Of Starting Brian Head Fire

November 1, 2017
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(Brian Head, UT)  The man who authorities say is responsible for starting the Brian Head Fire will go to trial next year.  An exact date for Robert Lyman’s trial on a reckless burning charge wasn’t set during his court appearance Monday, but a judge did say it will start once the calendar flips to...

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