Body Recovered From Creek In South Salt Lake

August 14, 2017
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(South Salt Lake, UT) South Salt Lake police say the medical examiner will have to conduct an investigation to find out the identity of a man found dead in Mill Creek.  Officers were called to an area near 235 West and 2590 South after the body was seen around 4 p.m. yesterday.  A police...

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Honeyville Fire Burns About 800-Acres In Box Elder County

August 14, 2017
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(Honeyville, UT) A wildfire in Box Elder County is estimated to have burned around 800 acres.  Officials said the fire burning near Honeyville was about 25% contained as of last night.  The fire apparently began on state land yesterday afternoon and then burned its way up a hill onto U.S. Forest Service land.  No...

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Rallies Against Racism Scheduled For Salt Lake City Tonight

August 14, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT) Two groups will be holding rallies calling for unity and an end to racism in Salt Lake City tonight.  The Utah Republican Party will hold a rally on the steps of the State Capitol at 5:30 p.m., with Congresswoman Mia Love and Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox scheduled to speak.  Love...

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Layton Pays 50K To Sandwich Maker

August 11, 2017
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(Layton, UT)  Layton is agreeing to pay 50,000 dollars to a Subway worker who was wrongly accused of spiking a police officer’s drink.  Lawyers for the city yesterday announced an out-of-court settlement in regards to the 18 year old worker arrested last year.  The  teen was arrested after an officer reported feeling woozy from a...

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BYU Graduates Have The Least Debt

August 11, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  BYU students on average graduate with the least amount of debt out of all Utah colleges.  A new report from Lend.edu says graduates of the class of 2016 graduated with an average of a little over 15,000 dollars in debt.  The report says that was a drop from the year before...

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Utah Seeking Nearly $2-Billion From EPA For Gold King Mine Spill

August 10, 2017
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(Salt Lake City, UT)  —  The state of Utah is seeking nearly 2 billion from the EPA to pay for damage caused by a toxic waste spill from a Colorado gold mine.  The Utah Attorney General’s Office confirmed this week that they have filed a claim with the EPA seeking clean-up costs and other damages from...

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